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Just about everyone is on summer break this month, but a handful will be heading back any week now. In the U.S., July kicks off with a bang on the fourth (Independence Day) and continues with historical days devoted to topics such as space exploration and the Civil Rights and Women’s Rights movements.

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Independence Day (July 4)

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TCR8979 Year Round Poetry for Young Learners

TCR8979 Year Round Poetry for Young Learners
Using poetry is an easy way to help children develop phonemic awareness, decoding skills and reading fluency. Choose from over 100 poems related to social studies, holidays, numbers, nature, seasons, animals, and food. Related activities provide opportunities for differentiated learning. [more]

Grade(s): K-2
Pages: 112
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TCR3909 Number Puzzles Grade 4

TCR3909 Number Puzzles Grade 4
Both teachers and parents appreciate how effectively this series helps students master skills in reading, mathematics, penmanship, writing, and grammar. Each book provides activities that are great for independent work in class, homework assignments, or extra practice to get ahead. [more]

Grade: 4
Pages: 48
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TCR8391 Real-World Math Problem Solving Grade 6

TCR8391 Real-World Math Problem Solving Grade 6
Build problem-solving skills with this unique series that uses fiction and nonfiction text to present mathematical problems and situations. Students are required to read the passages then use critical thinking to complete each task. Each unit includes a sidebar with tips, tools, and strategies students can use in the problem-solving [more]

Grade: 6
Pages: 112
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Moon Day: Neil Armstrong Walks on the Moon (July 20)

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TCR8372 Document-Based Questions for Reading Comprehension and Critical Thinking

TCR8372 Document-Based Questions for Reading Comprehension and Critical Thinking
Give students practice in answering the types of questions used in standardized tests. High-interest stories, primary source documents, and comprehension questions will hold students' attention and encourage the use of higher order thinking skills. The content is correlated to the Common Core State Standards (CCSS). [more]

Grade: 2
Pages: 112
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TCR8063 Mastering Complex Text Using Multiple Reading Sources Grade 5

TCR8063 Mastering Complex Text Using Multiple Reading Sources Grade 5
Equip students with the skills they need to synthesize information from a variety of different text types. Each unit provides multiple text sources. Students are prompted to explore the reading materials and complete the accompanying activities. The activities are designed to teach students to:

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