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Favorite December Activities and Read Alouds

December sometimes feels like a whirlwind; there are concerts, parties, and lots of interruptions to your normal schedules and routines.  Trying to keep your students…

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Saturday: For When Things Don’t Go as Planned

“Saturday” by Oge Mora is such a beautiful book to share with your students.  Not only are the illustrations just beautiful, but the story will…

The Legend of Rock Paper Scissors: Rising to the Challenge

“The Legend of Rock, Paper, Scissors” by Drew Daywalt is one of my very favorite read-aloud books because of the fun and humorous storytelling.  The…

I Believe I Can: The Power of Teaching Self Esteem

“I Believe I Can” by Grace Byers is a story that you will instantly fall in love this. Maybe I say this too much, or…

Be Kind: Favorite Activities to Promote Kindness

“Be Kind” by Pat Zietlow Miller is a relatable story about kindness that allows students to imagine real-life situations and look at things from different…

When Grandma Gives You a Lemon Tree: Activities to Promote …

“When Grandma Gives You a Lemon Tree” by Jamie L.B. Deenihan is a bright, colorful book with so many great discussions to be had. There…

Words and Your Heart: Activities to Discuss Feelings

“Words and Your Heart” by Kate Jane Neal is such a beautiful book about feelings. The message is a profound message for students (and adults)…

Tomorrow I’ll Be Kind: Favorite Activities to Promote Resilience

“Tomorrow I’ll Be Kind” by Jessica Hische is such a beautiful book with vibrant colors and illustrations as well as an important message.  The beautifully…

Remarkably You: Embracing Student’s Talents

“Remarkably You” by Pat Zietlow Miller is such a beautiful book to share with students. The rhythmic storytelling catches students’ attention and gives the message…

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