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Spring Is Here

Meg Gaertner, Focus Readers Editor

It might not feel like it, but the first day of spring was March 19. This season brings many changes to the weather, the natural world, and the activities people can do. Help students get ready for these changes with Spring Is Here. In addition to its accessible text and engaging photos, each title in this six-book series comes with a free lesson plan perfect for distance learning that helps reinforce key language arts and writing standards.

For example, have students practice using sequencing words to write three-part stories with Spring Weather. Develop students’ descriptive writing skills with A Spring Pond. And help students explore how authors divide texts into chapters with main ideas with Spring Animals.

Get students thinking about warmer weather, new growth, and days spent outside with Spring Is Here.

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