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Kidspiration works the way students think and learn and the way teachers teach. As students make visual connections, they build fundamental skills in reading, writing, math, science and social studies. Kidspiration offers activities in all curriculum areas, so students use visual learning naturally and confidently.
Kidspirations offers unique and effective professional development and consultation for early childhood education programs.
This book has beautiful, warm illustrations of baby animals. Turn the page to see the baby together with its parent. This lift-the-flap book isn’t specifically about animals, but Spot has a lot of animal friends you can talk about while looking for Spot. 1. Brown Bear, Brown Bear, What Do You See?
This book has beautiful, warm illustrations of baby animals. 8. Maisy’s Morning on the Farm Maisy has a lot of animal friends, so any Maisy book is great for talking about animals. This one introduces farm animals and farm chores. Brown Bear, Brown Bear, What Do You See? Another great one from Eric Carle (with Bill Martin), this book teaches colors while introducing a variety of animals. Excellent for teaching the rhythm of English.
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Jan Ray was born in Bay City, Michigan, and grew up in Saginaw, Michigan. Dr. Ray has taught first grade, second grade, third grade, and fifth grade in the public schools. Kidspiration(R) for Teachers Oct 1, 2001. She attended Central Michigan University, as well as Colorado State University, Smith College, University of South Florida, United States International University, and West Texas A&M University. Paperback.
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Jan Ray. Professor of Education, University of Hawai'i at Hilo. Welcome to the Blogosphere: The Educational Use of Blogs (aka Edublogs). J Ray. Kappa Delta Pi Record 42 (4), 2006. Encapsulated Presentation: A New Paradigm in Blended Learning. R Rose, J Ray. The Educational Forum 5 (3), 228-243, 2011. The Use of Wireless Technology to Augment Problem-Based Learning in Special Education Preservice Teachers. JM Blackbourn, JG Fillingim, S McCelland, GF Elrod, M Kritsonis, J Ray. Journal of Instructional Psychology 35 (2), 169, 2008. Managing Technology in the Classroom.