Frankenstein Friday!

It’s Frankenstein Friday–a rather obscure holiday created to celebrate the accomplishments of Mary Shelley and her literary creation, Frankenstein or The Modern Prometheus. Mary Shelley led an interesting–sometimes tragic–life. Here are some Mary Shelley stats: Mary became involved with the poet Percy Bysshe Shelley when she was 16. Unfortunately, he was already married. When his…

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Falling for Literacy

This Sunday, September 23, is the first day of fall! Let’s celebrate with these literacy epackets featuring picture books and booklets. Our epackets are insanely affordable bundles of activities and printables you can download immediately and use. Take a look at these two fall favorites:       Click here for this adorable collection of…

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Too Soon?

Is it too soon to begin posting fall-related blogs and activities? I hope not because I’m done with summer. I’m tired of sweating and applying bug repellent. (Mosquitoes find me delicious.) Plus, I figure you need time to make your lesson plans. So here is my first official fall-related blog with a selection of awesome…

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