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Puzzles are often found in preschool and kindergarten classrooms as a fun toy.  But, what about in upper elementary classrooms?  Using jigsaw puzzles in the classroom can offer benefits for students of all ages.
First Chapter Fridays are a quick and easy way to expose your upper elementary students to new novels.  By reading just the first chapter, you'll engage them in reading and encourage them to pick up a new book!First Chapter Fridays are a quick and easy way to expose your upper elementary students to new novels.  By reading just the first chapter, you'll engage them in reading and encourage them to pick up a new book!

Ready to get your students eager to read more books than ever before?  Try First Chapter Fridays!  It is a quick and easy way to expose your students to a variety of books. This process is such a simple concept, but can have powerful results!
Book talks will turn your students into avid readers!  This blog post shares tips for getting started with book talks in your upper elementary or middle school classroom.

Book talks are the tool you need to create avid readers in your classroom!  They will engage your students in new genres.  Book talks will encourage them to expand their reading tastes.  They will get your students discussing books more.  Book talks will motivate your class to read!
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