Over the past several years a national parent-driven, grassroots movement has successfully promoted new state policies focused on identifying students at risk for dyslexia. These
When children first learn to read, they will already understand a lot of spoken language. But written words and letters can be as strange to them as these marks below:
April is National Poetry Month, and you can help celebrate it by sharing poems with your students. Need some suggestions for what to read? CKLA is delighted to share this brief
Swimming in the swimming pool is where I like to 'B' wearing underwater goggles so that I can ‘C’ — Excerpt from “Swimming Ool”- Kenn Nesbitt
Must-Have Poetry Books for a Diverse and Engaging Classroom Library
1. A Child’s Introduction to Poetry by Michael Driscoll, illustrated by Meredith Hamilton
Learning through digital gameplay is being adopted by more and more educators every day. Despite the overwhelming interest, educators are left in search of support and ideas for
In an NGSS classroom, students do what scientists do in real life.
The NGSS calls for deep linkages between the three dimensions of crosscutting concepts, disciplinary core ideas,
March 2018 is Women’s History Month, and you can help celebrate it by sharing with your students texts about the contributions women have made to all parts of society. Need some
Over the course of this series, we have explored numerous questions about gaming and learning. We started by asking how a phenomenon such as gaming has garnered such global appeal.
Name: Jessica McNary School:Gunnison Elementary-Lake School District: Gunnison Watershed School District What grade do you teach? Kindergarten How long have you been teaching CKLA?