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National multimedia project that offers reading strategies, lessons, and activities to assist parents, teachers and other educators help young children learn to read and to read better.
Free web-based service that provides information, activities and advice for educators and Spanish-speaking families of English language learners (ELLs). The name comes from a playful phrase that is often said at the end of stories in Spanish-speaking countries. There's no literal translation, but the phrase is similar to "…and that's the end of the story!" or "…and they lived happily ever after."
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