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The Invisible Boy: Activities to Teach Kindness

“The Invisible Boy” by Trudy Ludwig is a story that you will never get sick of reading. From the beautiful and symbolic illustrations to the…

5 Tips for Shopping the Teachers Pay Teachers Sale

The Teachers Pay Teachers site-wide sale only happens a few times a year, and it is always a great time to grab resources that are…

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…

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…

Getting Started with Book Clubs

One of my favorite activities with students has always been book clubs. Book clubs are one of the most effective ways to engage students in…

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…

Setting Writing Goals in Writing Workshop

Setting goals is an important part of being a writer, but it can also be a hard concept for students to grasp. It is not…

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…

The Importance of Interactive Read Aloud

Reading aloud to students has always been one of my favorite parts of the day. Connecting through books is so powerful. The read-aloud strategy is…

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