PICK A CIRCLE, GATHER SQUARES: A FALL HARVEST OF SHAPES by Relicia Sanzari Chernesky Read this book to your child, and then visit a pumpkin farm! Instant learning! http://catalog.cincinnatilibrary.org/iii/encore/search/C__Spick%20a%20circle%20gather%20squares%20a%20fall%20harvest%20of%20shapes__Orightresult__U1?lang=eng&suite=cobalt
HELLO, MY NAME IS RUBY by Philip C. Stead Great book about friendship, and sadness when d rejected. Help students ID all the birds. Older students make a design from smaller shapes as with the elephant of birds in the book. http://catalog.cincinnatilibrary.org/iii/encore/search/C__Shello%20my%20name%20is%20ruby__Orightresult__U1?lang=eng&suite=cobalt
It is 1941, and President Franklin D. Roosevelt has just made Thanksgiving a national holiday in the United States. Takari's family is coming from near and far to celebrate together. The Thanksgiving Dinner Platter by Randa Handler is available on Bookshare at https://www.bookshare.org/browse/book/902759. (Image: A little girl carries a platter holding a square of cornbread.)
THE DIGGERS ARE COMING by Steggall The lyrical text combined with the big bold construction trucks makes this a book your child will want to see again and again. Lots of detail also in the illustrations for students to discover.
TAP TAP, BOOM BOOM by Elizabeth Bluemle Cuddle up with your little one on a rainy afternoon and enjoy this book together! For teachers, practice your sound effects before reading, and the kids will join right in!