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Celebrate Digital Learning Week With Online Resources

As we recognize Digital Learning Week in our classrooms, our job is to emphasize that whenever students use any type of technology, they are expected to be good digital citizens. Digital Citizenship goes beyond the classroom curriculum. It's important to empower today's generation with skills so they can actively participate in social justice through positive engagement with social media. Celebrate Digital Learning Week in your classrooms with the online resources I've provided. 

Here a girl sits at her computer which says "Digital Citizenship Week" - where she is celebrate digital learning week.

5 Easy Tech Activities for a Chilling Halloween

Fall is my favorite time of the year. I love the colors, the crispness in the air, and all of the fun activities. In this post, I'm sharing 5 easy tech activities so your students will have a Chilling Halloween.

I've shared some fun Halloween learning activities for your students. These include FREE products, activities for the iPad, and Google.



Teaching Characterization With The Most Magnificent Thing

I've joined fellow bloggers from the Reading Crew to Build a Love of Reading With Mentor Text. Each one of us has selected a book to share along with a skill to teach. In my post, you'll learn how to use Pic Collage Kids (PicKids) in teaching Characterization With The Most Magnificent Thing. Plus, I have a freebie you can download.

Teaching characterization does NOT have to be a challenge with the ideas & FREE download presented here. Plus your elementary students will utilize technology, which increases engagement. Use these activities with your 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th, or 6th grade classroom or home school students. Teaching the reading skill of character traits will be a breeze. Plus the step by step directions included make this an easy lesson plan. Click through to learn more! {second, third, fourth, fifth, sixth graders}

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