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Tag Archives: Chaucer in the Classroom
What’s happening to the carefree days of childhood? First, they took away running and dodge ball during recess. Then recess itself. And now summer vacation is under assault. Education publishing has a new niche category: summer workbooks. These often hefty … Continue reading
Chaucer will be launching his third Bark for Books! Campaign this Saturday at the May Fair in Rindge, New Hampshire. For every copy of Learning Is Cool… It’s the First Day of School! sold between now and 15 August 2013, … Continue reading
When visiting Tucson recently, some of The Armarium Press team discovered the Pima County Public Library’s Read-to-a-Dog program. We’ve heard about read-to-a-dog events at indie bookstores elsewhere around the country, but this is the most extensive such program we’ve come … Continue reading
Thanks to Fire Marshal Brian, Chaucer and his team secured some great photos a while back for the prolific terrier’s forthcoming book about careers (Surgeon, Sculptor, Sailor on the Sea… What in the World Do I Want to Be?) We … Continue reading
Announcing a New Chaucer in the Classroom Project: Free Downloadable Phonics and Spelling Worksheets
With the new school year in full swing, we’re excited to announce the launch of a free teaching resource section of The Armarium Press website–featuring downloadable phonics and spelling worksheets for early readers. This new section will also include free … Continue reading