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Sherlock Holmes Mystery


Hello Sherlockians!   Even the best detectives need a break from their mystery. That is why my violin is so important to me. It helps clear my head and allow me to focus on the mystery at hand....
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Sherlock Holmes Mystery


Hello Sherlockians! Recently an unknown thief stole my beloved violin, rendering me incapable of solving crimes. With their notes carefully collected in their detective journals, the young detectives...
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Sherlock Holmes Mystery


Hello Sherlockians! I am the distinguished Sherlock Holmes. The week of February vacation, tragedy struck. Someone stole my violin!   What Happened? My violin is my most prized possession. It...
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Fun and Easy Ways to Connect Math with Literacy


Math is a way of measuring, sequencing, patterning and exploring shapes, volume and size.  Math for young learners should not be complex and can be incorporated into their daily routines. Below...
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Fun and Easy Ways to Connect Engineering with Literacy


Engineering is a way of doing.  It is about learning to solve problems, using various materials, designing, creating, and constructing things that work. Listed below are books and hands-on...
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Fun and Easy Ways to Connect Technology with Literacy


Technology is a way of doing.  It is about using tools, identifying problems, being inventive and making things work. Below are various books and activities to connect technology with literature!...
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Play and its Relationship to Language


Play and its Relationship to Language By Karen A Francioso-Howe, MS CCC Play, play, play It is such an important part of a child’s preschool development.  It is how a child learns to...
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Fun and Easy Ways to Connect Science with Literacy


Science is a way of thinking.  It is observing, predicting and experimenting, forming a hypothesis, testing it through experiments then comparing the results with the predictions.  Typical science...
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Technology and your Child’s Sleep – Helpful or Harmful?


Technology and Your Child’s Sleep – Helpful or Harmful? By: Amy Gemmiti, LCSW In many households, a common bedtime routine looks like this:  after dinner, your child watches a TV show or...
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Ear Infection and its Impact on Speech and Language Development


Ear Infection and its impact on speech and language development By Karen A. Francioso-Howe, MS CCC You may not think of speech and language development as being related to health. In fact, there are...
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