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How to Make and Use Name Kits for Preschool Name Practice | Fun-A-Day!

A simple way for young children to work on name practice. Names are the jumping point to many other literacy activities, so name kits are a great start!

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Rhodes: Auburn schools committed to making Every Student Present

In today’s fast-paced classroom, it is more important than ever for children to attend school every day. When children miss school, they cannot learn, and their opportunities disappear. Research is

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Tape Resist & Silhouette Lighthouse – The Pinterested Parent

Spread the love We love canvas art projects in our house. We have so many canvas paintings that I could probably cover every inch of our home with them. There are some that we love…Continue Reading…

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News, Updates, Articles, Tips, Advice - Leader In Me

Get the latest happenings with Leader In Me right here in the News and Information section of the Leader In Me website. This is where we focus on Leadership in the home and give you the tools you need for a promising educational program for your children. Learn more by visiting the Leader in Me today.

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How You Can Create a Peace Path of Your Own in 6 Steps. - Leader In Me

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Parents brighten up elementary school's bathrooms to encourage students

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Teachers paint uplifting art on bathroom stalls for kids who need it most

Growing pains we experience in middle school can feel like there's nowhere to turn. Staff members gave these kids an option.