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Books for Thanksgiving

The Thanksgiving holiday provides many opportunities for teaching, whether it’s a lesson about character or a lesson in history. Below is a list of some picture books you might want to use with your students: An Old Fashioned Thanksgiving by Louisa May Alcott: When their parents are called away to help a sick grandparent, seven children decide to finish preparing the Thanksgiving dinner on

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Math Matching Game – Concentration

Here’s a fun matching game that will help your child explore different representations of equivalent items including: matching quantities to their numerals matching shapes to their names matching fractions to decimals and percents matching quantities to multiplication facts or numerals matching words to quantities or numerals and many more! Children can play by themselves or against a friend (or parent!) to form pairs and

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Free

We have some exciting things in the future of SmartTutor.com including some free items. I know these days we all need to cut costs (especially because gas is so expensive) so Smart Tutor wants to help out with that. Soon… we will be offering some free educational activities that will include many of our characters like you see here. If you don’t want to

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The Fun Place to Learn

After almost 4 years of working at Learning Today, Inc., I realize that I’ve learned even more than the kids that use our Smart Tutor program. Yes, my math skills have improved greatly from going through each lesson during the Quality Assurance process but there is more to it. The people in this company are dedicated to children and their education. Detailed research and

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