Category: Reading

A Proclamation

A very interesting take on the power of the picture book.  Well said. (image, via)

November Author Study: Todd Parr

As we begin learning about the significance of Remembrance Day, there is perhaps no author more fitting to read than one who writes about love and kindness. Introducing, Todd Parr. (images: 1, 2, 3)

Counting Down

Back to… school. It never fails.  When I start hearing those words (seriously, as early as July) I get crazy anxiety.  Not because I don’t love what I do – I most certainly do and in many respects, it’s such …

Bravo

Here are the top 5 reasons why Reader’s Theater is so awesome: 1.  You have an excuse to be dramatic. 2.  You get to brush up on your reading fluency and practice reading with expression. 3.  You have an audience …

Because good things come in threes

Ponytails and paints. “Ohhhh, I get it! 10 – 6 = 4!” Because a good book is always better when you’re comfy. All in a day’s work.  Just happily ticking along…

Imagine

Imagine a day when you forget how to fall… Imagine a night when you can ride your bike right up the stairs to your bed… Imagine a place where your mind opens wider than any walls around you… Dripping with …