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This bundle includes BOTH Nearpod games and Halloween fluency passages. Both the Nearpod and passages are differentiated, so this bundle will help you reach EVERY learner in your primary grade classroom.
Upper-grade teachers, are you looking for a fun way to celebrate Halloween all while encouraging collaboration, building classroom community, and improving critical thinking skills? If so, this resource is for you!!!
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Hi! My name is Melody, and I am a K-6 teacher who specializes in differentiated instruction and intervention. I truly believe that EVERY child can learn, and I hope to help educators make differentiation easy to manage.
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