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100 Free Writing Prompts for Your Students

100 Free Writing Prompts for Your Students | Technology Sites for Teachers | Scoop.it

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Free Interactives, lesson plans, and resources for teachers, students, and parents from ReadWriteThink

Free Interactives, lesson plans, and resources for teachers, students, and parents from ReadWriteThink | Technology Sites for Teachers | Scoop.it
Providing educators and students access to the highest quality practices and resources in reading and language arts instruction.

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Jennifer Dyke's curator insight, October 12, 2013 11:50 AM
A lot of great resources that are printable!
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15 Free Must Have iPad Apps for Elementary Students

15 Free Must Have iPad Apps for Elementary Students | Technology Sites for Teachers | Scoop.it
In the list below you will find 15 free must-have iPad apps that will help your children or students practice and learn everything covered in school in an elementary level.

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Free Technology for Teachers: Things to Think About - A Free iPad App Built By Students for Students

Free Technology for Teachers: Things to Think About - A Free iPad App Built By Students for Students | Technology Sites for Teachers | Scoop.it

"Things to Think About is a free iPad app that offers 100 writing prompts created by students for students. The prompts were created by 2nd through 5th grade students in Jackson County, Michigan. The app itself was built by two high school students in the same county."


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