Put away the cellphone and take out the finger puppets!
Over in the Meadow is an old Appalachian counting rhyme that’s popular with young children.
An engaging format for practicing contraction formation.
The story gets its name from the events on a field trip to a farm where the class picks apples and makes cider. Every child picks a plump red apple, except for Farah.
An amusing romp that introduces readers to the meanings of different conjunctions.
Combine simple sentences into a complex one showing a cause-effect relationship.
“Poetry many not be able to redeem the world, but it offers lasting satisfactions. It can sharpen the wits, fire the imagination, perhaps even leave the reader with a grain of wisdom. It can heighten the experience of being alive. This seems enough to ask of it.”
-X. J. and Dorothy M. Kennedy
Expand children’s vocabulary by engaging partners in creating semantic gradients.
Xoom Cubes are designed to be used in a variety of word building games for 2-8 players, aged 6 to 96.
It is evident that all along the way to the Supreme Court, Sonia Sotomayor studied extremely hard and continuously demanded more of herself.