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I am a third grade teacher in an incredibly diverse and amazing Chicago Public School. My students continue to surprise me on a daily basis with what they are able to understand and discuss. Current events have always lent themselves to easy discussion and connections for the students. I first encountered Time for Kids Magazine as a student teacher (7 years ago) in a college town. The students always eagerly awaited the weekly magazine and LOVED reading and discussing the articles. However, when I dedicated myself to working in urban schools, I quickly realized that the resources weren't always available to provide my students with the most authentic and meaningful learning experiences. It is difficult to ask for $5 per child for a weekly magazine when many of those parents are struggling to support their families. I would like to be able to give my classroom and my students a weekly injection of new events to talk about and current reading materials. A class subscription to Time for Kids would greatly help foster a love for reading, as well as a love for talking about what we are reading. Thank you!
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|TIME For Kids Magazine- News Scoop Edition w/ Go Places with TFK! (grades 2-3). Pricing is valid for orders placed between August 1 and October 16, 2004. TIME For Kids reserves the right to prorate issue quantity, free gifts, and pricing for orders received after October 16, 2004. Only valid for orders in quantities of 10 or more. Orders for less than 10 subscriptions will NOT be fulfilled • Time for Kids||$5.29||27||$142.83|
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