School's out for summer, but we're still learning at Reach Every Voice! This month we're excited to welcome a new curriculum writer, Dustin Duby-Koffman, to our team. Dustin uses a letterboard or keyboard to communicate and to write his lessons for us. Check out Dustin's first lesson, an introduction to the Harlem Renaissance. Also hot this month is our lesson (designed for older students) about the recent controversy over families being separated at the U.S. border.
We are still adding lessons that are specifically designed for users of the split-alphabet stencils. Each lesson features questions with two choices whose first letters are on the same stencil.
Here's what is new in our library this month:
Introduction to the Harlem Renaissance
Why is Everyone Talking about Families Being Separated?
Making a Budget
How is Tennis scored?
Fireflies (designed for split-alphabet stencil)
We're exploring the controversy over families being separated at the U.S. border. This lesson is designed for older students.
What is a budget? What kind of expenses do people plan for? This lesson in our math & money series helps students think about financial literacy.
It's June! Time for the junebugs or fireflies or lightning bugs... Whatever you call them, these neat little critters are fun to learn about.
Our introduction to the Harlem Renaissance gives learners a peek into this creative time in our nation's history.
Game, set, match! Learn about the complicated scoring of a favorite summer game, tennis.
Looking for more? Check out the Lesson Library for our growing archive of lessons!