The Girl Who Never Made Mistakes. great for teaching that mistakes are ok...and how to learn from mistakes. So great for setting up a positive learning environment.  Good for beginning of year

The Girl Who Never Made Mistakes. great for teaching that mistakes are ok.and how to learn from mistakes. So great for setting up a positive learning environment. Good for beginning of year or FHE lesson.

This book lists and discusses a number of books that kids will actually love to read. Each section has areas such as, "if your child likes..." and parent notes.

I'm guessing it's a good list for kids who Love to read as well! pinner said: This book lists and discusses a number of books that kids will actually love to read. Each section has areas such as, "if your child likes." and parent notes.

This looks like a great book to start the year off! Hilarious! What third grader doesn't use too much glue?

Great book for the first day of school; Realistic fiction I want this book for a fun read aloud for the first or second day of school. Its a quirky story of a kid who is going to school for his first day and gets in some sticky situations.

Find the Perfect Book for whatever you're teaching--from manners to reading skills--a huge list sorted by theme.

WIld Rumpus School House: Find the Perfect Book for whatever you're teaching--from manners to reading skills--a huge list sorted by theme.

Best chapter books to read aloud 3-8yr olds

Chapter books for the younger kids

The Boy Who Loved Words. A book that sparks conversation about using better vocabulary in writing.

The Boy Who Loved Words by Roni Schotter Illustrated by Giselle Potter 2006 Selig was a collector or words. He loved everything a.

I love the way they introduced this book about metaphors: 'Here's a BRIGHT IDEA: read this book. It's a PIECE OF CAKE. And trust us; no one will call you A TURKEY. For more metaphors, look inside.'

Figurative language _>I love the way they introduced this book about metaphors: 'Here's a BRIGHT IDEA: read this book. It's a PIECE OF CAKE. And trust us; no one will call you A TURKEY. For more metaphors, look inside.

Great book to read aloud to class when studying figurative language--puns ...about a boy that is punished and can only speak in puns. The cure can only be found when he is sent out in search of other types of words...Awesome!

Great book to read aloud to class when studying figurative language--puns, palindromes, anagrams.about a boy that is punished and can only speak in puns. The cure can only be found when he is sent out in search of other types of words. I love puns!

Figurative language- similies, metaphors, alliteration, etc. Examples of books as well as anchor charts and activities for each!

Figurative language- similies, metaphors, alliteration, etc. Examples of books as well as anchor charts and activities for each! USE THIS PULLMAN TEAM! - /megybeth/favorite-children-s-books/ BACK

First Week Lesson: Classmate Connection activity w/ read aloud (revise "getting to know you" lesson) from thirdgradethinkers

Kindness goes a long way in this sweet book! Great for a little girl! Spaghetti in A Hot Dog Bun: Having the Courage to Be Who You Are by Maria Dismondy

Little Red Writing - A new spin on a Classic. Guess who's the wolf...

Little Red Writing - illustrated by Melissa Sweet. Exuberant retelling of Little Red Riding Hood, in which a brave, little red pencil finds her way through the many perils of writing a story, faces a ravenous pencil sharpener (the Wolf and saves the day.

Teaching Empathy to Elementary Students Through a Charming Read Aloud

The Corner On Character: PPBF: The Potato Chip Champ.author has a FREE comprehension guide to go along with the book!

Blog that lists, describes, and reviews books that teach social skills.

Bully - new picture book from Patricia Polacco - takes on cyber bullying and its consequences - looks like a great addition to the classroom.probably better for older grades, but I LOVE Patricia Polacco!

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