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Laura Candler's Common Core
Free Mini Pack Offer!
Please join me this July in Fayetteville, NC, for one or both of these Common Core Summer Workshops
- July 25th - Power Reading Workshop: Targeting the Common Core
- July 26th - The Dynamic Duo: Effective Math Teaching at its Core
Get energized and ready for the new school year! When you register and pay by June 15th, you can get a free Mini Pack worth up to $5.00. Visit my Workshops page for more details about this special offer.
Certificates of attendance for CEU credit will be given for each workshop. Group discounts available; learn more on the Workshops page. I hope to see you in July!
July 16, 2013, 8 p.m. EST
It seems like forever since I did my last webinar, so I'm especially excited to announce that I'll be presenting Mastering Multiplication Facts on July 16th. This webinar will be similar to the first Mastering Math Facts webinar I did 2 years ago, but I'll be sharing new information regarding how to meet Common Core standards as well as some new motivational strategies and tips for ensuring that all students master the times tables. If you aren't able to attend the live session on July 16th, you can still receive the recording, absolutely free, if you register.
Autographed Book Giveaway
During the webinar I'll be giving away one autographed copy of Mastering Math Facts, but you do have to be present at the live session in order to win. If the winner already owns Mastering Math Facts, he or she may choose one of my other books or any digital resources worth up to $20.
New! Free Class Handbook Covers
Updated for 2013 - 2014
I know that some of you are still in school, so I might be posting this a little early. However, I also realize that some of you will use time at the end of this year to prepare for next year, so I decided to share this freebie anyway!
Last year I wrote a blog post on Corkboard Connections about why I create a class handbook and I also provide a free sample handbook you can customize. It included a cover to customize, but this year I decided to add to the freebie by creating two different handbook covers in both black and white and color. You can download them for free from my Seasonal page. I hope you enjoy them!
Summer Professional Reading
20% Off Print/Digital Combos
Summer is a great time to do some professional reading and think ahead to the coming school year.
Newsletter subscribers can use discount code CCC20 at checkout to get 20% off any print book shown above when ordered through the links in this email, and every print book comes with a free digital version!
How Many Ways
are You Smart?
Do you teach your students about Multiple Intelligence theory? You might think it seems a bit complicated for kids, but I found that when you use the kid-friendly MI terms shown on the right, upper elementary students can easily grasp the concept that people are smart in many ways. I took time to share my views about teaching MI theory to kids on Corkboard Connections
this week, and I included an engaging free multiple intelligence survey you can use with your students. I also have a page of Multiple Intelligences
resources on my website for you to browse. Teaching these concepts at the beginning of the year will help you get to know your students so you can teach to their strengths. It's a great way to start!
Gearing Up for the Next Generation Science Standards
Guest blog post by
Wendy Goldfein and
Is your state one of those that will be implementing the Next Generation Science standards? If so, you'll want to read this guest blog post by two educators who have recently launched a website called Get Caught Engineering. If you thought that engineering lessons were only for secondary students, think again! In their blog article, Wendy and Cheryl share strategies that elementary teachers can use to integrate engineering into other parts of the curriculum. I know you'll enjoy their blog post, Gearing Up for Next Generation Science. Please leave a comment to let them know what you think!