Posts tagged with "books17"

Resources · 08-06-2017
Professional development does not have to be a formal, dry exercise- it can be a lot of fun and our Book Study Tool Kit provides a great framework to both have fun and learn new teaching approaches at the same time.

Reading is relaxing
Books · 07-04-2017
Relax and learn at the same time. Recharge with the following 5 books that will enliven your teaching this fall.

Quotes in the Classroom
Resources · 05-05-2017
How to use book quotes to enrich classroom discussions.

Visual Data Postcard of Email Usage
Activities · 04-12-2017
McDaniel College student's data postcard

Newbery Medal Winner 2017:  The Girl Who Drank the Moon by Kelly Barnhill
Books · 02-21-2017
Barnhill, Kelly. The Girl Who Drank the Moon. Algonquin, 2016. Winner of the 2017 Newbery Medal A witch lives in the forest, and the people of the Protectorate fear her. They have taken steps to never see her, with terrible consequences. But the witch in the forest is kind, as is her child, Luna, whose magic is more powerful than anything. Ages 10+

The Wonder of Snow on a Forever Stamp
Books · 01-08-2017
Ezra Jack Keats’ joyful picture book, The Snowy Day, will be honored on a set of postage stamps later this year. The U.S. Postal Service will showcase four stamps of “main character Peter exploring and playing in his neighborhood while wearing his iconic red snowsuit.” The Snowy Day remains one of the most beloved and influential children’s picture books. It is a Caldecott Award-winning classic that transports readers into a snowy world of wonder. Published during the 1960s civil-rights...

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