Monthly Archives: October 2016

Tips to Build Inferencing Skills

Who hasn’t been to a Halloween party where one of the costumed characters puzzle everyone. Who is that? we think, rummaging through a list of possibilities in our mind, using the process of elimination and what we know about who … Continue reading

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When is Fake not Funny?

Many of us, especially our kids, consider Halloween the funniest and most enjoyable holiday of the year. During the month of October, fake scarecrows, witches, haunted houses,monsters and costumes are everywhere. Most of the time, this fake is fun! When … Continue reading

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Link In to Some Great Reads

In keeping with this month of ghosts, ghouls and other ghastly creatures, I’m sharing this link to a site called Monster Librarian. This link will take you to an extensive list of books, each accompanied by a comprehensive description. I … Continue reading

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Trick and Treat

In Eastern Pennsylvania, it’s clear that Mother Nature knows its October. There’s been a definite dip in the temperature, the strong sun of September has pulled a disappearing act, and trees are looking sparser by the day. Of course, October … Continue reading

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