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    Remind 101
    Text and Email Notifications
     
    • Teachers never see their students’ phone numbers. Students never see theirs.
    • Remind is a one-way broadcast system.
    • Remind is a safe, simple and free messaging service. Standard text messaging rates apply, so it is necessary that anyone who subscribers has a phone plan that allows sending / receiving text messages.
    • If students & parents cannot receive texts, they can subscribe via email instead.
    • Download a free app compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.                                                 
     
     
    To subscribe to text messages about important things happening in the classroom slick the link below. 
     
     
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    Tips for Talking about Reading with Your Child
     
    Here are some great questions you can ask your child about what they are reading: 
    • If you could be friends with any character in the book, who would it be and why?
    • What was the most exciting part of the book?
    • What surprised you most about the story? Why was it surprising?
    • What do you think the saddest part of the story was? Why?
    • Is there anything in this story that is similar to something that has happened in your life? What was it and how is it similar?
    • What would you do in a situation similar to that faced by a character in the story?
    • What part of the story made you think it would end the way it did?
    • How would you change the book's ending if you could re-write it?
    • How is this book like one you read in the past? Discuss how they are alike and different. (Note: This could be a book by the same author, but doesn't have to be.
    Courtesy of: http://www.scholastic.com/parents/resources/article/milestones-expectations/tips-talking-about-books-your-child
     
     
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