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Intriguing #kidlit: The Cat Who Came in off the Roof http://buff.ly/1Tb0ePk via Sue Warren Allen & Unwin
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10 Early #Literacy Resources at Your Public Library (Besides Books) via Jen Robinson #librarylove http://buff.ly/1CcaFOG
The journey toward literacy starts at birth, as a child begins to collect information about language through his everyday experiences. The knowledge base surrounding reading and writing that the child develops in these early ...
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Want your kids involved in some #writing? Check out Storybird Summer Writing Club http://buff.ly/1GLEy3R #edtech
Discover an endless library of free books, picture books, & poetry or use simple tools to create books in minutes. Storybird is a creative community where readers & writers celebrate storytelling.
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Spellblock - word puzzle game on website or #app via ABCSplash http://buff.ly/1GLlYIT
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Grab this book! Children's Book Review, Go to Sleep Jessie!
Children's Book Review by Susan Stephenson, www.thebookchook.com Go to Sleep, Jessie! is a children’s picture book, written by Libby Gleeson, illustrated by Freya Blackwood and published by Little Hare, (Hardie Grant Eg...
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Hey #CLMOOC peeps, try uJam, experiment with sound! via Tim Rylands
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6 Websites Where Kids Can Create Digital Art #edtech
Blend fun with learning using these creative sites and apps with your kids.
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Fun chapter book for young readers! The Princess in Black #kidlit via Jen Robinson
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Need an app for making stories and presentations with kids? Children’s iPad App, 30 Hands
Children’s iPad App, 30 Hands by Susan Stephenson, www.thebookchook.com As you have probably guessed by now, I love to find ways for kids to create digital stories. I have a huge list of tools suitable for this creative a...
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creative literacy: Connected Learning Instead of Homework http://buff.ly/1JnnkxC #elemed
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TOP READS from real kids! (June 2015) | via Alphabet Soup mag #kidlit
After a very busy month at Alphabet Soup, it's that time again! Our team of Top Readers* are back with their favourite reads from June. * Today we welcome Xavier to the team --- Xavier is 6 and liv...
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The Book Chook blog brings tips to parents, teachers and librarians about helping kids read, write, create and learn. You'll find book reviews of wonderful children's literature, educational software reviews, explanations of how to use great online resources with kids, and lots of ideas for making learning fun. The Book Chook is the blog of Susan Stephenson, an Australian teacher and writer, who is fascinated by technology and what it can do to motivate kids and help them learn.