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"The Parthenon - Acropolis, Greece" by Sam Valadi

Everything Has a Story
4 Fun Printables and Other Interactive Ways to Learn About Ancient Greece

There is a cafe in our local library call Her Story. I love this cafe and its name. It reminds me that everyone and everything has a story. These stories are so important, even the ones we deplore, and have shaped the world that we live in.

"The Parthenon - Acropolis, Greece" by Sam Valadi

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"Exercise Plays Vital Role Maintaining Brain Health" by Saad Faruque"Exercise Plays Vital Role Maintaining Brain Health" by Saad Faruque

If You Don’t Use It They’ll Lose It
5 Fun Activities to Review Language Arts Skills

It is no secret that we have been working on the parts of speech over here at Let’s Learn With Style. We have had a lot of fun and I feel like some great learning took place too. The challenge is making sure kids retain what they learn.

"Exercise Plays Vital Role Maintaining Brain Health" by Saad Faruque"Exercise Plays Vital Role Maintaining Brain Health" by Saad Faruque

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How Tough Can Spelling Bee?

How Tough Can Spelling Bee?
4 Fun Activities to Learn Spelling Words

Spelling is one of those things that many people struggle with for years. My daughter is a first grader this year so we added a list of spelling words to her curriculum each week. She really loves learning the new words but she is always worried she won’t know them at the end of the week. How Tough Can Spelling Bee? Continue reading

Go Above and Beyond While Teaching: 6 Fun Ideas for Teaching Prepositions

Go Above and Beyond While Teaching
6 Fun Ideas for Teaching Prepositions

In, on, under, behind, near, opposite, beside, beneath, inside, outside… Prepositions are function words. They have two main functions, connect the noun to the rest of the sentence and specify the position of the noun. Simple enough, right? Maybe not if you are little and just being introduced to the complicated world of grammar and all of the crazy rules that go with it.

Go Above and Beyond While Teaching: 6 Fun Ideas for Teaching Prepositions

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Conjunctions Can Be Puzzling but Let Me Put the Pieces Together: 5 Ways to Keep Your Students Engaged While Learning Conjunctions

Conjunctions Can Be Puzzling but Let Me Put the Pieces Together
5 Ways to Keep Your Students Engaged While Learning Conjunctions

Conjunctions are words that connect two independent clauses or sentences. Conjunctions always make me think about the Schoolhouse Rock song, Conjunction Junction, What’s Your Function? I am not sure why that one stuck in my head but it definitely did.

Conjunctions Can Be Puzzling but Let Me Put the Pieces Together: 5 Ways to Keep Your Students Engaged While Learning Conjunctions

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