Kids book club
Dave Raymond's American History (Review)
I you ask Bradley what his favorite subject is, he will unequivocally declare it to be history. And why not? History is like adventure. When you study history your imagination is opened up to times and places that you could have never thought up on your own. This year, we are using once again the Veritas …
Best Fairy Tales and How They Aid Child-Development | Rythms of Play
Best Read Aloud Fairy Tales - Studies show that reading aloud to children has countless benefits. Whether it's fairy tales, folk tales, myths, or legends, they all aid in a child's development. Here's a list of our favorites! | #ReadAloud #BookList
January Read Alouds that Aren't About Winter!
The best children's books to read aloud in January. Good books for classroom reading, family read alouds and independent reading. This curated list contains picture books, nonfiction, poetry and chapter books for all ages. #childrensbooks #reading #books #readaloud #picturebooks
Revolutionary War Book Clubs
Blog Post - Have you ever tried book clubs before? Are you integrating you social studies concepts into your reading block? This post will explain how to cover loads of ELA standards and social studies content too. Students leave book clubs with an understanding of a time period in history that's deeper than any textbook can offer, and they've authentically used ELA skills and strategies in a real life situation. #wildaboutfifthgrade
Books for Kids Who Like Little House on the Prairie
Books like Little House on the Prairie for kids and grown-ups.posted by Erica... I do think the Little House books are examples of superior storytelling and should be read. I just don’t think its portrait of life as a pioneer should be as idealized as it has been.