January is my favorite month to read books about snowmen, and Snowzilla by Janet Lawler is one of my favorites! Here are some activities to pair with the story along with a winter kid craft that your students will enjoy! Snowzilla Cami Lou and her brother build the biggest, hugest, most mammoth snowman the world has ever seen. It’s… Read More
January may not bring Antarctic temperatures your way, but that shouldn’t stop you from reading about penguins. Here are some of my favorite penguin books for kids. I have included some great nonfiction choices along with some fun fictional characters, too! Throughout this post I have included links to each penguin book. You can click on book covers to learn… Read More
If you’re looking to start the new year off with making resolutions and goal setting, you should read Squirrel’s New Year’s Resolution by Pat Miller. I have a fun resolutions craft and other activities you can pair with this story. Squirrel’s New Year’s Resolution In this book, Squirrel hears about making New Year’s resolutions on the radio, but she… Read More
When the temperatures drop, it’s time to snuggle up under a warm blanket with a good book. Check out my winter reading list to find out what books I’m reading next.
The Legend of the Poinsettia by Tomie dePaola is a beautifully written and illustrated story. It is a great choice to read when learning about celebrations around the world. I want to share a few activities to help with comprehension of the story and new vocabulary. There’s even a poinsettia craft to pair with student writing! All About The… Read More
As a fan of books written by Julia Cook, I was thrilled to receive a copy of her latest book, A Flicker of Hope. This story shows children that it is okay to ask for help while also encouraging them to be a hope builder for others. I want to share a few activities you can use with this story… Read More