Have you seen this book? I love Sky Color, by Peter H. Reynolds. All of his books are inspiring and speak to creativity. We read this book in my kindergarten classroom last week and started really looking at the sky. Winter, in the Pacific Northwest, does not always lend itself to a sky study. We
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Our experiences contribute to our literacy lives in a big way. Every little activity that we participate in is filed away in our brains until there comes a time when we need it. Early childhood is such a fun and magical time to help kids see HOW these little experiences connect to their literacy lives.
Thanksgiving is here, which means that Gingerbread Season has officially begun! I truly believe that if there was a title of Gingerbread Queen, it would be mine. At home and in the classroom, December is filled with gingerbread. (Side note: I think part of the reason I love it so much is that it’s not
I spotted this book at a reading conference last summer and knew I had to read it. If you aren’t familiar with Mem Fox, she is one of my all time favorite children’s book authors. In my mind, Mem Fox creates the reading magic for children. I’ve spent the past few days reading this book
I’m a kindergarten teacher and I’m always on the look out for books my kids can read independently. It’s not easy finding great books that 5 and 6 year olds can read. We tried the BOB books, but many of my students think they are boring. I have to admit, I think they are a