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Education is the Key to Knowledge. Created by street artist Marcin “Barys” Barjasz, in Lódź, Poland. Photo by Regina Lang

40 examples of street art and murals about books, libraries, and reading

Education is the Key to Knowledge. Created by street artist Marcin “Barys” Barjasz, in Lódź, Poland. Photo by Regina Lang.Street art - Education is the Key to Knowledge

The ABCs of Information Literacy Infographic - e-Learning Infographics

The Importance of Food Education Infographic

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10 Ways To Celebrate Christmas Morning {regardless of what’s under the tree}

10 Ways To Celebrate Christmas Morning {regardless of what's under the tree}

Such a great and sad book about a man who gets surgery to increase his intelligence. Teen/Adult Fiction

10 Great Science Fiction Novels with Go-Back-To-Bed Depressing Endings

beyond obsessed with this TRUTH #quote "If you educate a man you educate an individual, but if you educate a woman, you educate a nation." - African proverb

I love the proverb! - Kiera for We Leave No One Behind. Thanks to the Half the Sky Movement for the image.

Do you have tattling troubles? No matter how many ways I have tried to cut down…

Tattling Troubles: Fostering Kindness in the Classroom

Instagram in the Classroom . . . many of these ideas can be incorporated into Google sites or other online tools.  Presented by Hannah Hudson on We Are Teachers.

10 Surprising Ways to Use Instagram in the Classroom

I LOVE this activity, because it doesn't seclude social media only to outside the classroom. It allows for parents to be included on what goes outside the classroom at their leisure. Definitely will be using this in the future!

This review activity for Romeo and Juliet by William Shakespeare is a series of puzzles covering plot, character, figurative language, conflict, and quote identification. You can present this as a Breakout Box (groups work at their desks) or as an Escape Room (groups seek clues you’ve hidden in the classroom). It has been designed to take 30-40 minutes. This resource includes a complete Teacher’s Guide (set-up, printing checklist, differentiation) and Answer Key. (grades 7-12)

Romeo and Juliet Escape Room Review Activity

This review activity for Romeo and Juliet by William Shakespeare is a series of puzzles covering plot, character, figurative language, conflict, and quote identification. You can present this as a Breakout Box (groups work at their desks) or as an Escape Room (groups seek clues you’ve hidden in the classroom). It has been designed to take 30-40 minutes. This resource includes a complete Teacher’s Guide (set-up, printing checklist, differentiation) and Answer Key. (grades 7-12)

My Shoe String Life: August 2013

ESSENTIAL BOOKS FOR GRADE CLASSROOM LIBRARIES~ WeAreTeachers recently polled over 200 teachers about the best books in their classroom libraries, from their favorite read-alouds and fiction books to the top science, humor and poetry titles. Check out

Teacher Tap has one of the most comprehensive and organized lists of e-libraries I have come by. It contains a key of symbols to include which sites contain sounds, multiple languages, flash media, etc. Moreover, the list is broken down by approximate age/ reading levels.

The Teacher Tap is a free, professional development resource that helps educators and librarians address common questions about the use of technology in teaching and learning by providing easy access to practical, online resources and activities.

one of the best interactive sites I've found for teaching reading comprehension skills, and its free !

Into the book strategies: for students and teachers. Brilliant site with fantastic interactive activities. Would work really well with CAFE reading.

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