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The Gift of Stories

In December 2018, we shared a blog post entitled “Light: an inclusive perspective on holiday traditions.” We’d like to revisit that idea this holiday season by looking at the word LIGHTS as an acrostic – Loving, Inspiring, Giving, Helping, Teaching, Stories. Stories are all these things and more.   Family Stories Stories are what is…

Sharing Young Students WriteReader Stories with Seesaw

My first graders love how easy it is to share WriteReader stories to our Seesaw journals. This makes it super simple and fun to share our books with our families. Here’s how!   Link Sharing I like using the Link Sharing feature, rather than downloading as a PDF. I encourage my students to add their…

WriteReader – A Powerful Book Creator for Students

WriteReader is honored to have received such a glowing review from Pernille Ripp – author, educator, presenter, and parent. With Pernille’s consent, we are excited to repost her blog post here. We’re sure that you will find her experience with WriteReader, as a parent and literacy expert, both interesting and informative.     My own…

How to Boost Engagement and Collaboration with WriteReader and Seesaw

If you’re looking for a way to integrate WriteReader and Seesaw to boost engagement and collaboration between your students, I hope this post will provide you with some ideas as a base to expand upon in your own classroom setting – be it virtual or on campus!  My name is Artemisa, and this is my…

Remote Learning in Elementary School

Remote, virtual, distance, or hybrid learning have become the reality for many students these days. Over the past six months, remote learning has touched most students around the world for weeks or even months.   Lack of remote learning inspiration for emergent writers Last month, I attended a seminar by Google Education in Scandinavia covering…

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