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Tomorrow Most Likely: Activities That Activate Students’ Imaginations

“Tomorrow Most Likely” by Dave Eggers is an unexpected favorite read-aloud with whimsical pictures and just the right spark of imagination.  This book starts with…

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March Activities for Upper Elementary Students

March can be an exciting month in your upper elementary classroom. There is the excitement of a new month ahead, hope for the arrival of…

11 Favorite Mentor Text to Teach Informational Writing

Informational writing is one of the most common forms of writing that we use in our everyday lives.  Before teaching students any form of writing,…

Cloudette: Promoting Perseverance in Your Students

If you have not yet read “Cloudette” by Tom Lichtenheld, you are in for a treat.  Cloudette is an adorable little cumulus cloud.  While she…

Listening with my Heart: Activities about Self-Compassion

“Listening with my Heart” by Gabi Garcia is a beautiful story that touches on kindness, empathy, and self-compassion.  Esperenza spreads kindness to others but when…

Activities to Talk about Feelings with “In My Heart: A …

I just want to give this book a big hug…I love it so much, it is one that i find myself pulling out time and…

I Am Love: Favorite Activities to Promote Compassion

Just as all Peter Reynold and Susan Verde’s collaboration books are, this “I am Love” is really a special one.  It celebrates kindness, compassion, self-love,…

Unplugged: Activities to Discuss Screen Time with Students

“Unplugged” by Steve Antony was a favorite right from the first time that I read it.  Unplugged tells the story of Blip, she is an…

“What Do You Do With a Problem?” Problem Solving Activities

“What Do You Do With a Problem?” by Kobi Yamada is a story that is sure to leave an impact on your students.  Many times…

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