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Let's Play Vocabulary Bingo!

Looking for a supplemental vocabulary activity for young learners? We've got just the thing: vocabulary bingo. At Imagine Learning, we incorporate fun into every part of our language and literacy program. The reason is simple: we know that fun and learning go together. To help educators, we also offer multiple offline teacher resources within Imagine Language & Literacy. Each time teachers enter the Imagine Learning portal (Imagine Manager in older versions), they can choose offline activities like worksheets, coloring pages, and other printables. Vocabulary bingo is just one example of a fun, engaging activity that teachers can print for their class.
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Top Ten Imagine Learning blog posts

It's eleven days 'til winter break, and we've got another great gift in store for you, dear readers: it's a list of 11 can't-miss blog posts from 2011. So whenever you need a break from the breakneck pace of these next few weeks, put yourself in time out and take a moment to savor one of our most popular posts of 2011:
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Back to school inspiration for teachers

When it's time to get back into educator mode for the new school year, where do you turn? Which resources help you go from summer fun to school time in a few weeks (or days) flat? It's time to share your favorite ways to get ready for back-to-school. Do you scour a particular education news source, lesson plan website, or education blog? Or do you simply like to soak in your fellow educators' tips and tricks before the new year starts? Leave a comment and tell us what you do to start your year off right. And if you're looking for some inspiration, check out these three favorite back-to-school posts:
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