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Reading and Writing Redhead

 
 
About Reading and Writing Redhead
I have been teaching second grade in Massachusetts for 17 years (how time flies) and recently completed my Reading Specialist M.Ed. I have been spending time creating new games and activities for phonics, comprehension, and vocabulary. I also love teaching math. One of my favorite books is "Math Curse". I have a blog called Reading and Writing Redhead.

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19 Reviews
19 Reviews

    cute idea....
    May 17, 2016

    ...considering turning it into a school wide project/bulletin board in the lobby.

    Tina W - Homeschooler, Parent, Teacher, Super-hero - Member Since November 2015
    Neat idea!
    Apr 13, 2016

    I like the 100 Random Acts of Kindness list, because it gets my kids thinking. They are more apt to do them and take ownership when it's something they came up with.

    Emily J - Homeschooler, Parent, Teacher - Member Since September 2015
    kindness always pays
    Apr 13, 2016

    this was a good way to explore how we can be better to one another, great conversation starters

    Angela J - Teacher - Member Since November 2015
    It's OK
    Mar 02, 2016

    While I completely agree with acts of kindness this was a printable that one could easily use a note book for. If you like things neat and done for you this is the print out for you to brainstorm and keep track. Ink inexpensive part of homeschooling and we try to keep our costs down. Therefore, writing it out with a pen or marker is cheaper. Sorry to the maker but thanks for sharing.

    Tal G - Homeschooler - Member Since December 2015
    Great Writing Lesson!
    Mar 01, 2016

    I think this is an awesome writing lesson. Great way to teach children to come up with their own ways to be kind.

    Brenda W - Member Since August 2014
 
 
 
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