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Reading Graphic Organizers and Printables

Reading Graphic Organizers and Printables
On this page you will find various graphic organizers and printables you can use along with your reading selection. These are available for you to use in order to organize your thoughts and help you with reading comprehension. You have a choice in downloading these documents in either PDF or Microsoft Word files, just click on the appropriate icon in order to download the format of your choice. I hope you will find these documents useful. Happy reading! *~* Back Home *~*

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Teacher librarians crucial in info age The 21st century librarian, who work in places like the RMIT library, has degrees in education and information services. Photo: Eddie Jim We stand at the crossroads of two futures for Australian children. The first sees them navigating an increasingly interconnected world as savvy consumers and producers of information who are capable of critically assessing what they read, see and hear. The second sees many of them as simplistic, non-discerning searchers probably plagiarising much of what they produce, easy prey for those who wish to fool them. What is the best way to ensure the first scenario? Smart Apps For Special Needs: Top 10 Free Educational Websites for Kids! We’ve been working hard around our house to keep the little brains working over the summer. We’ve been lucky to find lots of educational apps, but there are times when we need to turn to online content to help (i.e. when mommy needs the iPad or when we are at the grandparents’ house). There are a ton of good educational websites available out there, and many of them are free. Here's a list of ten websites (well, actually eleven, but I am counting both of the National Geographic websites as one) that we have found to be fun and educational. These are in alphabetical order, because I don’t want to play favorites. They are all also free.

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