Tag Archives: Literacy

But We Can’t Read!

I had such a cool teaching moment today. I work with 3 and 4 year olds. All I want to do is make them love books and feel like reading is something that will open doors for them. If I … Continue reading

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Where Do Your Books Live?

If you work with young children, take a moment and think about your space. Where are the books? Are they in a cozy reading corner? Think about when books make an appearance in your day. Is it just when you … Continue reading

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5 Minute Object Lesson: Secret Pizza Party

Of all the presents under the tree, the one that has brought the most giggles is the book “Secret Pizza Party” by Adam Rubin and Daniel Salmieri. After just a few readings we were all craving pizza but we couldn’t … Continue reading

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Red- Michael Hall

Most education articles and books focus on how to help kids understand difficult concepts in concrete age appropriate ways. Sometimes though, it is the adults who need that even more. “Red” by Michael Hall is a clear reminder that every … Continue reading

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