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Are your students ready to tackle multiplication? Whether you are teaching equal groups, repeated addition, arrays, or just trying to help students understand multiplication, children's books are a great way to bring math concepts to life. Here are some great multiplication books for kids.
Who wants ice cream? Kids do! Summer is just around the corner. Here are some great ice cream books to help you stay cool. I even have an ice cream craft you can pair with one of these stories.
The beginning of the school year is a busy time filled with teaching expectations and procedures. However, it is also a time to celebrate just how diverse and important each student is to your classroom! Just like a box of crayons, each student plays an important role in the overall picture. For this reason, I love to read crayon-themed picture books to help set the tone and build classroom community.
Telling the truth doesn't always come easily or naturally for children. Kids know they should tell the truth, but they also don't like to get into trouble or disappoint adults. We need to teach children to be truthful with their words and actions. In addition to modeling this, I like to share picture books with this message. Here are some of my favorite children's books about telling the truth.
Kids are surrounded by technology in both the classroom and at home. It's important for us to teach our students about technology, how to stay safe online, how to deal with cyber bullying, and how to recognize the need to unplug from time to time. Here are some of my favorite technology books for kids.
Reading and writing make a pretty great pair, right? I mean, our students get some of their best ideas from books they have read. When it comes to helping kids become better writers, I like to draw upon picture books as mentor texts. Here are some of my favorite picture books about writing for kids. These are sure to inspire some great writing!
Kids are fascinated by money – especially in a world where pocket change is slowly disappearing in favor of adults using debit cards and credit cards. Whether you are teaching children to identify coins, count change, or about personal financial literacy, picture books can help! Here are some great children’s books about money.
The story of Little Red Riding Hood has been a staple in homes and classrooms for decades. But, did you know that many authors have adapted the story? Some books represent different cultures from around the world, while others just put a humorous twist on the original. Whether you're reading these stories to compare and contrast or just for fun, here are some of my favorite versions of Little Red Riding Hood.
Now that it's spring and temperatures are warming up, many people are starting to dig into their gardens. Whether you're excited about planting flowers or food, books are a great way to extend that excitement once you get back inside. Here are several children's books about gardens that I think your kids will love!