December 2021 | PLS Classes

Month: December 2021

Mental Health Resources

5 Ways To Relax and Recharge This Winter Break

Winter break is right around the corner. (Cue applause!) For many teachers, this is a time of year that you can kick back and relax for a little while. You aren’t plagued by end-of-year testing and you have some time before classes start up again. What should you do with all your extra time? Since […]

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Best Practices for Educators

Before Heading into the New Year, Reflect on th...

The New Year is a time for resolutions, goal-setting, and new beginnings. However, how can you best chart a course and determine where to go next without first reflecting on where you’ve been? The best way to plan for the future is to consider past successes, opportunities that did not achieve optimal results, and lessons […]

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News & Events

A Well-Deserved Thank You

Thanks to loyal participants like you, we were able to donate $900 to our charity of choice as part of our Cyber Monday promotion. For every enrollment in a PLS Class during the promotion period, we raised $10 for Shoes That Fit, an organization that donates athletic shoes to children in impoverished communities across the country. […]

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Free Print Materials

31 Days of Winter Activities Printable

‘Tis the season to be freezin’! While December is a month filled with cheer, it also brings colder temps and shorter days. To prevent the winter blues from getting you down this season, we wanted to pass along this free 31 Days of Winter Activities printable. This printable, which is appropriate for all ages, lists […]

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Reading & Writing

Reading Intervention Strategies for Young Students

When is a student experiencing a normal progression of reading skill development, or possibly slightly behind the curve, and when are their struggles indicating they need additional support? For students who need individualized reading support, early intervention—particularly before the third or fourth grade—is vital to helping them achieve incremental growth in their comprehension and skills. […]

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