Books You Can't Put Down
But here's the thing. As you fellow mommies know, spare time in the day to actually find to read a book can be hard to come by so I don't have the time or patience to "get into a book." It has to grab me from the first chapter and be so good it becomes one of those books you can't put down.
100 Kindergarten Books
Do you love to read to your students? If your answer is yes, which I am sure it is check out this list of "must read" books. It is recommend for Kindergarten but any age should enjoy them. Reading a book to my students is one of my favorite things to do as a teacher. I love the way kids get so engaged in a story. It makes me feel like I am five years old again. Well here is the list....enjoy! 100 Books
The Official Website of Robert Munsch
Hi, welcome to robertmunsch.com. I hope you enjoy this selection of my work, as well as the creative art and short stories donated by kids and teachers.
Don't Let the Pigeon Be Principal!
After reading Mo Willems' picture book Don't Let the Pigeon Drive the Bus! our first graders brainstormed ideas for a sequel. Nathan, the funniest kid I know...
Inspired by Kindergarten
This is a rewind of a post I did last December (2011). It is one of my favorite lessons to teach this time of year. How to Accept a Gift. I first saw a version of this lesson taught by an awesome counselor a few years ago and have since modified it (a little) to work with my teaching style. Here it is: 1. I open a previously wrapped present in front of my class (I wrap up an ugly sock). I tear the wrapping paper off without looking to see who it's from, I say mean things about it once it's…
The Three Little Pigs - Story Time with Ms. Booksy (Cool School)
The three little pigs built their houses with straw, sticks, and bricks... But the Big Bad Wolf was hungry for some bacon, spare ribs, and pork chops! This w...