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Written By: Jodi on May 2, 2008 No Comment

I received this information today and thought it might be helpful to some of my readers. :-)


Access to Thousands of FREE Resources During Teacher Appreciation Week

We all owe much of our success in life to teachers everywhere. We at Learning A–Z want to thank educators the best way we know how—by opening up access to our websites. Last year during Teacher
Appreciation Week, we held an Open House that provided FREE access to ALL of our educational websites. Response was so overwhelming that we are going to do it again, and for even longer!

Explore Six Websites Bursting with Materials

Each day during this year’s Teacher Appreciation Week, May 5–9, plus May 12, Learning A–Z will open one of its six password-protected websites. This will allow teachers to leisurely explore all of Learning A–Z’s resources, including our newest website for differentiated instruction, Science A–Z.

We invite teachers everywhere to sample the Internet-delivered books, lessons, activities, and worksheets—for FREE.

Enjoy Six Days of FREE Access
The websites will be open on the days indicated below, from midnight to midnight Central time.

May 5 readinga-z.com
Thousands of printable books, including leveled readers and supporting materials

May 6 raz-kids.com
Interactive leveled reading library and online progress management system

May 7 writinga-z.com
The most complete collection of elementary writing resources anywhere

May 8 vocabularya-z.com
Custom vocabulary lessons and activities to match thousands of topics

May 9 reading-tutors.com
Skill-specific materials for students needing extra reading help

May 12 sciencea-z.com
Science units with multi-level books, lessons, experiments, and labs

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