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Children's Book List: Picture Books about Perseverance Children's Book List: Stories about Perseverance (Great set of stories for back to school)~ Kids Reading, Teaching Reading, Teaching Kids, Reading Books, Teaching Tools, Reading Lists, Preschool Books, Book Activities, Preschool Kindergarten

Children’s Book List: Picture Books about Perseverance

The beginning of the year (or beginning of the school year) is a great time to talk about setting goals and perseverance. This children’s book list contains a collection of picture books perfect for initiating conversations about never giving up and always reaching for the stars! Follow our Book Lists and Book Sets Pinterest board! …

Books with Adjectives. Some of them are teaching books that explain adjectives and how you use them and others are books that have a good number of adjectives in them. Teaching Grammar, Teaching Language Arts, Teaching Writing, Speech And Language, Teaching Ideas, Teaching Resources, Grammar Games, Grammar Skills, Teaching Time

Books with Adjectives - This Reading Mama

Books with Adjectives These are some of our favorite books with adjectives. Some of them are teaching books that explain adjectives and how you use them and others are books that have a good number of adjectives in them. My kids enjoy listening to me read them aloud. Afterwards, we sometimes do “adjective hunts”, looking ... Read More about Books with Adjectives

Books for Making Inferences and Predictions fantastic texts for teaching kids to read between the lines This Reading Mama Reading Lessons, Reading Strategies, Reading Skills, Reading Activities, Teaching Reading, Teaching Kids, Kids Learning, Inference Activities, Guided Reading

Books for Making Inferences and Predictions

Looking for a book list for making inferences and predictions? Here you go! Be sure to check out all the book lists I have for teaching comprehension. *This post contains affiliate links. Making inferences and predictions are highly related comprehension strategies. In fact, most books for teaching comprehension lump them together. For the younger ... Read More about Book List for Making Inferences and Predictions

TEACH YOUR CHILD TO READ - Picture Books to inspire kids to change the world. For all ages (maybe from about age 5 , depending on content, up to older kids, including preteens) Super Effective Program Teaches Children Of All Ages To Read. Kids Reading, Teaching Reading, Teaching Kids, Teaching Tools, Reading Lists, Reading Resources, Reading Stories, Good Books, Books To Read

Books To Inspire Kids To Change The World

Picture books that will inspire kids to change the world. Children can have a positive impact. These books are excellent teaching tools.

Teach Your Child to Read 50 Texts for Modeling Comprehension Strategies - This Reading Mama Give Your Child a Head Start, and.Pave the Way for a Bright, Successful Future. Reading Lessons, Reading Skills, Guided Reading, Reading Books, Math Lessons, Reading Resources, Reading Games, Kid Books, Reading Groups

50+ Books for Modeling Comprehension Strategies

In this huge list are 50+ texts {including poetry, picture books, and more} that you can use when modeling comprehension strategies to your readers.

Books for Making Connections Lessons and link to other comprehension strategy books/ideas Reading Strategies, Reading Skills, Reading Comprehension, Comprehension Strategies, Readers Workshop, Writing Workshop, Kindergarten Reading, Teaching Reading, Making Connections


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Read "How Do You Hug a Porcupine?" by Laurie Isop available from Rakuten Kobo. It’s easy to picture hugging a bunny, or even a billy goat…but how would you even begin to try to hug a porcupine? Cute Writing, Teaching Writing, Writing Activities, Kindergarten Writing, Procedural Writing, Teaching Themes, Class Activities, Student Teaching, Holiday Activities

Valentine Writing Activity - Classroom Freebies

Have you ever wondered how you could hug a porcupine? Well, read this adorable book to your class and find out how! Then, have your students complete this cute writing activity! Head on over to my blog to grab your free copy and to learn about a Valentine’s Day classroom management idea! Click my button ... Read More about Valentine Writing Activity

Lemonade in Winter: A Book About Two Kids Counting Money: Emily Jenkins, G. Brian Karas, siblings selling lemonade on a winters day Counting For Kids, Counting Money, Counting Coins, Teaching Money, Teaching Ideas, Teaching Reading, Student Teaching, Teaching Resources, Math Books

Perfect Picture Book Friday - Lemonade In Winter: A Book About Two Kids Counting Money

Woo hoo! It's Friday! And you know what that means... Perfect Picture Books! :) As you know, I'm trying to switch my blog over to Wor...

I'm linking up with Doodle Bugs Teaching (for the second week in a row!) for her Five for Friday Linky Party! January 15, Book Suggestions, Novels, Doodles, Friday, Party, Parties, Donut Tower, Fiction

Five for Friday - January 15

I'm linking up with Doodle Bugs Teaching (for the second week in a row! Holla!) for her Five for Friday Linky Party! This was my first day back with the kiddos and we had a fabulous week!

Five for Friday! by 2 Literacy Teachers! Book Suggestions, Gaston, Little Red, Literacy, Friday, Teaching, Children, Young Children, Boys

2 Literacy Teachers - Teaching Every Child to Read

Happy Friday friends!! Who's thankful for a 3-day weekend?!?!? This girl! I am pooped! We are super-excited to link up with Doodle Bugs Teaching for our favorite linky! It's DRA time again! My kiddos are just making leaps and gains right now! It is taking me FOREVER to get through these assessments but I LOVE, LOVE, LOVE, the progress!! If you give the DRA I know you feel my pain with this picture. "He started and started and started..." Oh boy... We are wrapping up our comparing and…

Tidy Teacher: Five For Friday! Martin King, Martin Luther King, Today Is Friday, Happy Friday, Happy Birthday Martin, Dr Martins, All Schools, Book Suggestions, Im Excited

Five For Friday!

Yay! Today is Friday! It's raining ....but I don't even care because it's a 3 day weekend. So today I'm screaming "Happy Friday!" Oh yeah and I'm linking up with DoodleBugsTeaching to share with you my 5 for Friday! Check out this FREE Pennant! It's a fun, easy and quick activity you can do with all school ages to celebrate Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.'s Birthday! Check out this cute video! BrainPop Video: https://youtu.be/rJTQubbS7VY & Our Friend Martin are also great video resources…

Read "Blue Chicken" by Deborah Freedman available from Rakuten Kobo. A mind-bendingly clever farmyard romp In this deceptively simple picture book, author-illustrator Deborah Freedman has c. This Is A Book, The Book, School Library Lessons, Blue Chicken, Chicken Art, Children's Picture Books, Picture Story, Arts Ed, Children's Literature

Teachers for Teachers | It’s Monday – Here are Some Great Read Alouds for Kindergarten and First Grade

Blue Chicken is a fun text with a clear problem solution structure. Readers will enjoy predicting what might happen next and revising their predictions as the story progresses. We can’t wait to hear students discuss how the problem in this story gets resolved. Did the chicken figure out how to solve it or was it just an accident?

Manners in the Lunchroom (Way to Be! Manners) by Amanda Doering Tourville 1st Day Of School, Beginning Of The School Year, School Fun, Back To School, School Stuff, School Starts, Classroom Behavior, School Classroom, Classroom Management

Kindergarten Rules and Routines: Lunch

Teaching School Routines is Essential! The first few days weeks of school, I go over every single routine I can think of and explicitly teach students the expectationsregarding those routines. Never take anything for granted!! Trust me--if you just assume that five-year olds know how to sit at a cafeteria table with 20 or so of their new friends and quietly eat their lunches--you're going to end up with 20 or so kids running around the cafeteria with chicken nuggets in their pockets and…