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Freebie: Playdough-to-Plato Releases 2015-2016 Lesson Planner for Teachers and Homeschooling Families

Playdough to Plato

Playdough to Plato (Photo via Facebook)

If you are involved with children as a parent, teacher, extended family member or friend, but you haven’t heard of Playdough-to-Plato yet, you’re in for a treat.

Here’s the long description of their mission as stated on their Facebook page:

At Playdough to Plato, we’re all about fun. That’s why our activities are a perfect balance between “Look at what I can do now!” and “I can’t wait to do that again!”

Whether you need to supplement what you’re doing in the classroom or you’re looking for ways to teach your kids at home, we have creative activities that will make your job easier.

Follow along with Malia and the other hands-on P to P teachers and mamas at http://www.playdoughtoplato.com

Malia, the website’s founder, has just recently surrounded herself with a team of contributing writers to insure that the site explodes with fresh activities and ideas for students in the classroom and/or your own kiddos at home.

For your free 2015-2016 Lesson Planner, head on over to Playdough-to-Plato. Note that this is a subscriber freebie so you’ll need to register if you aren’t already one of her 25,000+ subscribers. You can learn more about Playdoh-to-Plato on the following sites: YouTube, Facebook, Twitter, PinterestInstagram and TeachersPayTeachers. You can also find Malia on GooglePlus. Whew!


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