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Just Ask: Activities to Promote Diversity and Acceptance

“Just Ask” by Sonia Sotomayor is a beautiful book to share with students that presents important topics in a simple and relaxed way. The ease…

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Speak Up: Student Activities to Take Action

From the second I picked up “Speak Up!” by Miranda Paul, I fell in love with the vibrant colors and spirited illustrations. As I dove…

How to Teach Nonfiction Text Features

As readers, we know the importance of using text features as we read.  But, many students, especially struggling readers, do not use text features and…

We Don’t Eat Our Classmates: Friendship Activities

“We Don’t Eat Our Classmates” by Ryan T. Higgins is always a favorite read-aloud book…for the teacher and the kids! It is funny, engaging, and…

All Are Welcome: Activities to Build a Class Community

“All Are Welcome” by Alexandra Penfold and Suzanne Kaufman is one of my favorite books to read aloud. It truly shows that we are all…

Your Name Is A Song: Getting to Know Your Students

“Your Name Is a Song” by Jamilah Thomkins-Bigelow is such a beautiful story that celebrates the beauty behind our names. A little girl does not…

Making a Movie in Your Mind: Strengthening Comprehension with Visualizing

Teaching visualizing is always a fun reading skill to teach. Visualizing is a skill that is essential for student’s reading comprehension. It helps students bring life…

How to Teach Students to Make Meaningful Predictions

What is predicting? Making predictions is an important reading strategy that helps to improve students’ comprehension. Making predictions helps students think ahead and teaches them…

5 Reasons to Use Mentor Text in Your Classroom

There are so many benefits to reading mentor text in your classroom.  Reading aloud helps develop positive reading habits, exposes children to advanced vocabulary, demonstrates…

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