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Five Must-Read Mentor Texts for Teaching Persuasive Writing

Are you ready for your students to write persuasive essays with ease? Teaching persuasive writing is such an important skill for elementary students. It can…

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I Need A Hug: 5 Meaningful Activities About Friendship

“I Need a Hug” by Aaron Blabey is a sweet story of a porcupine that just needs a hug but all of the other animals…

Why is Reading Aloud Important?

There is something so special about reading with students, hearing their excitement, listening to their questions, and having discussions.  Reading aloud provides a connection between…

A Flicker of Hope: Activities of Hope & Resilience

“A Flicker of Hope” is a beautiful book about a little candle whose flame is not as bright as it once was.  The story is…

April Activities & Ideas for Upper Elementary

There are so many fun activities to do during the month of April! The weather is (hopefully) getting warmer and you’re able to get outside,…

The Thing Lou Couldn’t Do: Discussing a Growth Mindset

“The Thing Lou Couldn’t Do” by Ashely Spires is a very accurate depiction of what kids go through when they are confronted with something that…

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…

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…

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