School is out for the summer! While this may mean more time for fun in the sun, it can also mean that kids may start to lose some of the math skills they've learned during the school year. This is why it's important to continue practicing math during the summer months or any school holiday break. Here are five fun ways to do just that!
So when home learning struck, I added the option for my Once Upon a Crime Reading Mystery worksheets to also be available via Google Slides. Now, I don't know about your experience, but sometimes those worksheets in Google Slides were not always ideal (depending on the device and student) and I usually still preferred using the paper option whenever possible. The reading mystery worksheets were a band aid fix that I added to quickly cater for the sudden change in our learning situation due to the pandemic a couple of years ago. So recently, I decided to start using those Reading Mystery stories to create a colorful online digital game much like some of my other interactive games that have become quite popular for paperless learning.
The first mystery I'm releasing in this new Digital CSI Reading Mystery Game line is, A Knight's Tail! For 48 hours only, the price will be 50% OFF via my TPT Store.
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Dedicated quality family time has many benefits, including improved academic performance, fewer behavioral issues, increased self-confidence, better conflict resolution, stronger communication skills, and more. It’s not something to put off and it’s something you should cherish whenever you can get it. However, with busy lives for parents and kids alike these days, it’s not always easy to organize. That can be doubly so if you want to go somewhere or feel you need to in order to make family time more special.
Yet this presumption just isn’t the case. Quality family time can happen just about anywhere, especially in the home where everyone can feel most comfortable and have easy access to everything they need. In fact, big events and places can often distract families from interacting with each other, being overall counterproductive to the goal of spending time together.
A 21st century School Teacher, Mother, and Wife.
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