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Best books for summer reading

On the final day of summer break last year, my daughter devoured Caddie Woodlawn. Last week I wrote about the techniques I use to encourage my children to read. This week, I am sharing a list of our favorite books. Some of them are award-winners—but even better—all of them win the approval of my three unforgiving children. So pull out the hammock, spread out a blanket, or puff up a beanbag. These books are sure to draw you in! 0–2 years Goodnight Moon, Margaret Wise Brown The Very Hungry Caterpillar, Eric Carle Drummer Hoff, Barbara Emberly and Ed Emberly The Snowy Day, Ezra Jack Keats Brown Bear, Brown Bear, What Do You See, Bill Martin Jr. Guess How Much I Love You, Sam McBratney The Little Engine That Could, Watty Piper Good Night, Gorilla, Peggy Rathmann Quick as a Cricket, Audrey Wood Piggies, Audrey and Don Wood
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Limited-English proficiency is growing—especially here in the U.S.

Even though English is the most widely spoken language in the United States, growing populations with limited-English-language skills are presenting challenges—and opportunities—for educators everywhere.
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A day to recognize our modern-day pioneers: teachers

Every July, we set aside a day to celebrate our pioneer history in Utah. We recognize the early settlers who braved their way across the plains and established our state. And today at Imagine Learning, we'd like to celebrate a different kind of pioneer; the sometimes unsung hero in the classroom: the teacher.
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The new kids on the block

As you're going through lesson plans this summer and prepping for the upcoming school year, you might be surprised to know that some of the most advanced educational tools for developing creativity … are right in your kids' toy bin.
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5 dangerous things you should let your students do

Now that school's out, your students are going to have plenty of time on their hands to go exploring. Should you be concerned?
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