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Gifted Education

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Questions, Exclamations and Statements Looking for a way to teach your child about the difference between a question, a statement and an exclamation? Well, look no further! Here is a fun way to t…

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Are you looking for some unique gift ideas this Christmas? Gift giving doesn’t have to be expensive and it doesn’t have to involve a lot of clutter. I try to think of something the receiver has wanted to do or own, but hasn’t done yet. Here are a few gift ideas that will create lasting memories and that won’t immediately end up as more clutter. Find more ideas for the holidays at learnincolor.com!

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A quirky fact about butterflies to share with your class - from Treetop Displays. Visit our TpT store for printable resources by clicking on the provided links. Designed by teachers for Pre-Kindergarten to 7th Grade.

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Target SEVEN different skills that little ones need the most with "Dot, Cut, and Color Activities for Preschool and Early Childhood: Halloween"! This print and go product allows you to target: size (big and small), same and different, yes and no questions, category sorting, number matching, shape matching, and color matching!

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Your new favorite teaching strategy: This pared-down version of learning stations keeps the movement, interactivity and variety while minimizing the prep work.

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Gifted kids are so much more than test scores and grades. Still, it’s sometimes difficult to see past the potential to the child who may be anxious, lonely, confused, or unsure of what the future might bring. This book, now fully revised with updated information and new survey quotes, offers practical suggestions for addressing the social and emotional needs of gifted students. The authors present ways to advocate for gifted education; help gifted underachievers, perfectionists, and…

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