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Imagine Learning all-new for iPad

Imagine Learning has released an all-new iPad app designed to teach early literacy skills, and features new activities specifically optimized for touchscreen use. Putting early literacy right at your students' fingertips Imagine Learning is placing early literacy into the hands of students with the all-new app, Imagine Learning for iPad. The new app from Imagine Learning features rich media content and rigorous activities that have been specifically designed to help emergent readers. Imagine Learning for iPad takes core literacy components of Imagine Learning that schools have already used successfully, and puts them into the new format teachers have been asking for.
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Imagine Learning approved for Georgia’s 2013 list of K–12 ELA Learning Resources

Imagine Learning has just been approved by the Georgia State Board of Education to be included on the 2013 list of K–12 ELA learning resources.
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How to write a limerick

St. Patrick's Day is almost here! To get your students in the Irish spirit, here's a fun little song about writing limericks featuring Nick from the Imagine Learning software. Nick's song makes a perfect lesson plan to teach your students about writing limericks (the lyrics are below for your reference). [jwplayer config="16x9" file="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k-rN3DGMCsE&feature=channel_video_title" image="/sites/institutional/files/blog/2013/03/Limerick-song.png"] OR watch the video on YouTube here. And to get you in the Irish spirit, we'd like to have you participate in our annual limerick contest! Write your own limerick in the comments section below. Prizes will be awarded by our judges to the top three limericks: 1st prize: a $25 Amazon gift card 2nd prize: a Booster bobblehead 3rd prize: a talking Mike the Microphone plush toy We'll accept submissions through end-of-day Monday, March 18th. Special consideration will be given to limericks with an educational flavor, and also to student submissions. Check back often to see the entries—and who won! Good luck (o' the Irish) to everyone! LIMERICK SONG LYRICS Hello! How are you? I’m Nick. Here to teach you a fun little trick. To have a good time when writing a rhyme try writing your own limerick! There are limericks of all different kinds. So how do you write one that shines? You’ll see that it’s cool if you follow the rule: a limerick is made of five lines. So listen close to this song. Lines one, two and five are all long. And in poems of this sort make lines three and four short and I promise you’ll never go wrong. You need to be sure and contrive to rhyme lines one, two, and five Then do it once more with lines three and four and your limerick surely will thrive! So let these pointers take hold And if you’ll write as you were told at the rainbow’s end you’ll find there my friend your own limerick pot o' gold!  
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Day: 11 Updated reports

Over the first 12 days of December, we're going to give you 12 reasons why Imagine Learning version 12 is such a groundbreaking release.
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There's something spectacular about our vernacular

How can schools help children learn English when the students are not even fluent in their native tongue?
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