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National Geographic Young Explorer (Student Magazine) - April 2013

National Geographic Young Explorer (Student Magazine) - April 2013

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Audio Stories & Brain Games For Kids Windswept(5 mins) Written by Nadine D’Souza. A Copperpod tree learns that it takes two to tango. Piggis Play Games(6 mins) Written by Dave Donicci. Reading Games – Free, Interesting, Online Reading Games for Kids Reading Games Reading Games is a collection of fun online games and activities from Knowledge Adventure, the maker of award-winning educational games. Reading Fun for Kids with Online Reading Games Reading regularly is very beneficial for kids of all ages. Reading helps develop spelling, vocabulary, comprehension and grammar. It also increases concentration, focus and creativity. Mapping News by Mapperz Geography appeals to a wide audience due to the fact that it both influences and is influenced by a staggering number of subjects. History, politics, earth sciences, anthropology, archaeology, social sciences, technology and myriad other disciplines all contribute to geography as a cohesive whole. Unsurprisingly, the internet overflows with blogs that analyze the topic and its close relationship with every other discipline imaginable. Readers pining to learn everything they can have plenty of free, wonderfully diverse resources available to quell their thirst for information. Peruse everything they have to offer – and don’t forget to check out the contributions of other blogs who sadly did not end up on this list, likely due to a slower update schedule. Just because they didn’t end up here doesn’t mean that they don’t have anything valuable to offer!

22 Creative Book Report Ideas for Every Grade and Subject Reading about other people and perspectives helps kids learn beyond their own experiences. Students don’t need to dive deeply into every single book they read, but occasionally showing them how to dive in can help them view reading in different ways. Digging into characters (or settings or themes) from the books they read can really help them learn how to look beyond the prose. Here are 22 creative book report ideas designed to make reading more meaningful: 1.

A great option to get k-1st reading. It helps that the student can listen along while they read. by msilvadun10 Jul 20

National Geographic Young Explorers magazine is for kindergarten and first grade students. Children can listen to the magazine being read to them as they follow along with the highlighted text. This site gives students access to non-fiction stories and its related vocabulary. Most kids love looking at and reading nature books and this is a great way to do it. by vickiekwiecinski Jul 2

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