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The Teacher's Corner

Name: The Teacher's Corner Brief Description of the Site: The Teacher's Corner is a resource for thematic units, finding keypals and pen pals, offers lesson plans in the various content areas, and provides suggestions for seasonal topics, including bulletin boards for primary and intermediate grades. How to use
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Brief Description of the Site:
The Teacher's Corner is a resource for thematic units, finding keypals and pen pals, offers lesson plans in the various content areas, and provides suggestions for seasonal topics, including bulletin boards for primary and intermediate grades.

How to use the site:
The resources include lesson plans you can use and you're invited to submit your own. Thematic units and content areas often link to other sites as resources, but there are enough interesting ideas at this site in writing and literature to make it worthy of a site visit.

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