June 2022 | PLS Classes

Month: June 2022

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All About Juneteenth: The History Of and How to...

Juneteenth, also referred to as America’s Second Independence Day, marks an important event in our nation’s history, as does its declaration as a federal holiday in 2021. Incorporating Juneteenth activities into your classroom is a great way to engage students while promoting an understanding of the history and meaning of this important day. In this […]

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Free Print Materials

Summer Break Bucket List Printable

Did someone say summer vacation? Ah yes, the moment we’ve all been waiting for. Looking for ways to have fun in the sun this summer? We’ve got you covered! This free Summer Break Bucket List printable provides a list of activities to keep you, your students, and just about anyone active this summer. This worksheet, […]

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Great Ideas in Teaching

Summer Reading Recommendations from PLS Instruc...

It’s the most wonderful time of the year! Summer break is here. There are finally some extra hours in the day to spend doing the things that you like to do. One of the things we love most at PLS Classes is relaxing and getting lost in a good book. Today we’re sharing some summer […]

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News & Events

Enroll Today & Help Spread the Love

Happy Pride Month! To show our support for the LGBTQIA+ community, we will be donating to GLSEN, a national network of educators, students, and local GLSEN Chapters to ensure the rights of LGBTQ youth are protected. For each enrollment we receive in our Strategies for the Inclusive Classroom™ course throughout the month of June, we […]

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Great Ideas in Teaching

Portrait of a Graduate. Giving Students the Too...

The word congratulations rings through the air like a clear peal of a bell, and suddenly the sky is filled with colorful caps reaching skyward. You look around and see the students whose academic, emotional, and social development you have been helping to sculpt, wildly grinning as they watch their graduation caps float and fall […]

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