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Hands-on activities for teaching prepositions in English! Teachers and tutors can use these simple activities with their English ESL EFL classes and students. These are also great for homeschool parents. These activities require little to no preparation, and your students will love them!

Hands-on activities for teaching prepositions in English! Teachers and tutors can use these simple activities with their English ESL EFL classes and students. These are also great for homeschool parents. These activities require little to no preparation, and your students will love them!

Kid Confidential: “Join In on the Stim!”

Kid Confidential: “Join In on the Stim!”

This is exactly what we need @Emily Schoenfeld Schoenfeld Schoenfeld Johnson

What to focus on when teaching pronunciation by level

This is exactly what we need @Emily Schoenfeld Schoenfeld Schoenfeld Johnson

5 Free Resources for Teachers of English Language Learners from Hello Mrs Sykes - These strategies are great for all elementary readers. #Literacy

5 Free Resources for Teachers of English Language Learners from Hello Mrs Sykes - These strategies are great for all elementary readers. #Literacy

These parent reading level letters help to explain the characteristics of students independent and instructional reading levels. Great for conferences and to model for parents!

These parent reading level letters help to explain the characteristics of students independent and instructional reading levels. Great for conferences and to model for parents!

Have a look at this funny homophone illustration we put together for you to find out the difference between words that sound the same. Illustrations by Eliza Lucescu

Have a look at this funny homophone illustration we put together for you to find out the difference between words that sound the same. Illustrations by Eliza Lucescu

The WiDA standards have lesson ideas for every grade level for every objective; thematically based. Another source is here: http://www.uen.org/core/englishlanguage/index.shtml  The best part is that it lets teachers and parents know what each level of English development should look like.

The WiDA standards have lesson ideas for every grade level for every objective; thematically based. Another source is here: http://www.uen.org/core/englishlanguage/index.shtml The best part is that it lets teachers and parents know what each level of English development should look like.

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