Nov 11, 2020
Inviting more imagination into our classrooms is one of the most effective ways to truly light kids up and fully engage them in learning. I've had a lot of experience experimenting with and researching different ways to infuse imagination into my classroom. Let's talk about 5 ways you can start doing this today!
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