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Practicing Conversation Skills with Quiet Please, Owen McPhee!
Classrooms are bright and lively places each day. Students are learning new material and building relationships with classmates all day long. However, this also means classrooms can be loud, messy, and a bit chaotic. While nothing is wrong with this, there must be structure and compromise. This … [Read more...] about Practicing Conversation Skills with Quiet Please, Owen McPhee!
The Importance of Respecting Others with Do Unto Otters
While it would be ideal for everyone to get along and be friends, this is just not the case. However, students must realize that everyone deserves respect. In other words, students must recognize that they always need to treat others the way they want people to treat them. This Golden Rule is the … [Read more...] about The Importance of Respecting Others with Do Unto Otters
Best Picture Books of 2022
As the end of the year approaches, I wanted to pull together all of the best picture books of 2022! These are my favorite books that were released this year. I had planned to choose 22 books, but it turned out that I had more favorites than that. Check out this list of best picture books of … [Read more...] about Best Picture Books of 2022
Kwanzaa Books for Kids
Kwanzaa is a beautiful and festive African-American celebration of life that is celebrated from December 26th through January 1st. With seven principles of unity, self-determination, collective work and responsibility, cooperative economics, creativity, and faith, this is a festival with … [Read more...] about Kwanzaa Books for Kids
Exploring Strengths and Challenges withThere Might Be Lobsters
Honestly, the world can be so overwhelming. There is just so much to take in all at once. Whether this is going to an amusement park or the library, there are many aspects to see, touch, hear, and smell. So, children often end up with different fears or worries. Sadly, students feel they must keep … [Read more...] about Exploring Strengths and Challenges withThere Might Be Lobsters