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15 great princess books that have positive messages for kids .
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Positive princess books for kids. I love this. I hate when girls are obsessed with princesses only because they are bombarded with merchandise with Disney princesses all over it and they have no idea what the word princess even means or any of the real stories.
positive princess books for kids Many other book lists for kids here too.
Positive Princess Books For Kids - hope some of these will send a good message to Ellie if I can get her to move on from the princess obsession
15 Positive Princess Books for Kids
15 great NON DISNEY princess books that have positive messages for kids.. we have read a lot of these since we often do a title search for princess at the library.
Math in Children's Literature
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Math in Children's Literature love2learn2day Musings--Math Blog & More--from a Momma with a Master's in Education... ▼ Math in Children's Literature Latest Update: Jan. 30, 2012 I try to update the following list of Math Books for Kids on a regular basis. You can always access it from the link at the top of the home page. Why Do I Keep Up This List? 1. I'm addicted to math-related children's books. 2. I teach continuing education courses utilizing this list and many of these books. 3. Most importantly, if you're interested in purchasing any of these books through Amazon, all commissions go toward foster care in China through Grace and Hope at no additional cost to you. I do not keep any money myself. Thank you for making a difference in children's lives! I've provided links but suggest that you look around if a book looks outrageously high. I've noticed that many of the OOP (out-of-print) books have multiple listings...some for pennies and some for hundreds of dollars, often for the same book. Please let me know of new books on the market. Linking Children's Literature to Math A few important notes about this list: 1. Book titles/authors are organized by concept. You may disagree with some of my categorization. I sometimes had a hard time deciding. Know that many of the books could fit multiple categories. 2. Over time, I'll be trying to add OOP notations to books as well as links to "reviews" and "lessons" within my blog. 3. New addition...I'm putting an "*" in front of a few of my favorite titles. Usually it's just because I truly enjoy the book as a good literature. (I was a language arts and literature teacher before I became obsessed with math!) Sometimes a book becomes a favorite because it made a lesson come alive. Sometimes it's just because. Plenty of great books don't have "*"...and some that you love may not be marked. Addition/Subtraction *The 329th Friend, Marjorie Weinman Sharmat (lesson) The Action of Subtraction, Brian Cleary Centipede's 100 Shoes, Tony Ross Each Orange Had 8 Slices, Paul Giganti (also multiplication) Elevator Magic, Stuart Murphy (subtracting) The Grapes of Math, Greg Tang Math Appeal, Greg Tang Math Fables, Greg Tang Math For All Seasons, Greg Tang Math-terpieces, Greg Tang Monster Math, Anne Miranda (counting) My Little Sister Ate One Hare, Bill Grossman Panda Math; Learning About Subtraction from Hua Mei and Mei Sheng, Ann Whitehead Nagda Ready, Set, Hop!, Stuart Murphy (building equations) The Real Princess: A Mathematical TaleBrenda Williams (variety of problems) Rooster's Off to See the World, Eric Carle Safari Park, Stuart Murphy (finding unknowns) Shark Swimathon, Stuart Murphy (subtracting two-digit numbers) Splash!, Ann Jonas Subtraction Action, Loreen Leedy Area/Perimeter Spaghetti and Meatballs for All!, Marilyn Burns Counting/Early Childhood Topics (a LOT of books exist in this category. My focus is grades 2-5 and up, however, so this category is mostly limited to what's on my shelf. ) Anno's Counting Book, Mitsumasa Anno Anno's Counting House, Mitsumasa Anno The April Rabbits, David Cleveland *The Button Box, Margarette Reid (lesson, lesson) (sorting) Changes, Changes, Pat Hutchins (wordless picture book, building with blocks) Count and See, Tana Hoban *Equal, Shmequal, Virginia Kroll (equality) (review) How Many Feet in the Bed?, Diana Hamm (count by 2s) (lesson) How Many Snails?,Paul Giganti In My Garden, Ward Schumaker Is It Larger, Is It Smaller, Tana Hoban Little Quack's Hide and Seek, Lauren Thompson The M&M's Counting Book, Barbara Barbieri McGrath Monster Math, Grace Maccarone (Hello Math) Monster Math, Ann Miranda More, Fewer, Less, Tana Hoban (photos) More or Less a Mess, Sheila Keenan (Hello Math) (sorting) More Than One, Miriam Schlein (concept of one...one pair, one week, one dozen) Nine Ducks Nine, Sarah Hayes One is a Snail Ten is a Crab April Pulley Sayre One, Two, Skip a Few! (review) Seaweed Soup, Stuart Murphy (matching sets) The Sundae Scoop, Stuart Murphy (combinations) Ten Little Elvi, Laura Henson (counting book for Elvis fans!) Ten Little Fish, Audrey Wood *Two Greedy Bears, Mirra Ginsburg (maybe early division?) What's a Pair? What's a Dozen?, Stephen Swinburne (explores number words) Direction Bug Dance, Stuart Murphy (My 5yo loves this book. Big Book Edition available) Division 17 Kings and 42 Elephants, Margaret Mahy A Remainder of One, Elinor J. Pinczes Bean Thirteen, Matthew McElligot Cheetah Math, Ann Whitehead Nagda The Doorbell Rang, Pat Hutchins Divide and Ride, Stuart Murphy The Great Divide, Dayle Ann Dodds One Hungry Cat, Joanne Rocklin (Hello Math) *Two Greedy Bears, Mirra Ginsburg (maybe early division?) Estimating Betcha!, Stuart Murphy The Candy Corn Contest, Patricia Reilly Giff (chapter bk) (review) *Great Estimations, Bruce Goldstone (lesson, review) *Greater Estimations, Bruce Goldstone (author letter, review) *How Many Seeds in a Pumpkin, Margaret McNamara (review) Fractions, Decimals, Percents Apple Fractions, Jerry Pallotta Eating Fractions, Bruce McMillan Fabulous Fractions, Lynette Long Fraction Action, Loreen Leedy Fraction Fun, David Adler Full House, Dayle Ann Dodds The Grizzly Gazette, Stuart J. Murphy The Hershey’s Fraction Book, Jerry Pallotta Jump, Kangaroo, Jump!, Stuart Murphy *Little Numbers and Pictures That Show Just How Little They Are!, Edward Packard Music Math, Kathleen Collins *Picture Pie, Ed Emberley (lesson here, here) Piece=Part=Portion, Scott Gifford Twizzlers Percentages Book, Jerry Pallotta The Wishing Club, Donna Jo Napoli (review) Geometry All About Where, Tana Hoban The Amazing Book of Shapes: Explore Math Through Shapes and Patterns, Lydia Sharman (OOP) Captain Invincible and the Space Shapes, Stuart J. Murphy (lesson) *A Cloak for the Dreamer, Aileen Friedman (tessellations)(lesson here, here) Changes, Changes, Pat Hutchins (wordless picture book, building with blocks) Cubes, Cones, Cylinders, and Spheres, Tana Hoban Eight Hands Round: A Patchwork Alphabet, Ann Whitford Paul (Quilts) Grandfather Tang's Story, Ann Tompert (lesson here, here) *The Greedy Triangle, Marilyn Burns (lesson here, here, here) Hamster Champs, Stuart Murphy (angles)(review/lesson) Icky Bug Shapes, Jerry Pallotta If You Were a Polygon, Marcie Aboff If You Were a Quadrilateral, Molly Blaisdell (lesson) The Incredibly Awesome Box, Joanne Rocklin (Hello Math Reader) A Light in the Attic (poem, “Shapes”), Shel Silverstein The Magic Mirror Book, Marion Walter (OOP, symmetry)(lesson) Magic Mirror Tricks, Marion Walter (OOP, symmetry)(lesson) *Mouse Shapes, Ellen Stoll Walsh Museum Shapes, Metropolitan Museum of Art *Mummy Math: An Adventure in Geometry, Cindy Neuschwander (lesson) The Seasons Sewn, Ann Whitford Paul (quilts) Shapes, Shapes, Shapes, Tana Hoban The Silly Story of Goldie Locks and the Three Squares, Grace Maccarone (Hello Math)(lesson) *Sir Cumference and the Dragon of Pi, Cindy Neuschwander *Sir Cumference and the First Round Table, Cindy Neuschwander (lesson,lesson) *Sir Cumference and the Great Knight of Angleland, Cindy Neuschwander (lesson, lesson) Sir Cumference and the Isle of Immeter, Cindy Neuschwander Sir Cumference and the Sword in the Cone, Cindy Neuschwander (lesson) So Many Circles, So Many Squares, Tana Hoban *I Spy Shapes in Art, Lucy Micklethwait (lesson) Square Cat, Elizabeth Schoonmaker Three Pigs, One Wolf, and Seven Magic Shapes, Grace Maccarone (lesson) The Village of Round and Square Houses, Ann Grifalconi When a Line Bends…A Shape Begins, Rhonda Greene Zachary Zormer, Shape Transformer, Joanne Reisberg Graphs, Charts, Coordinates, Data Bart’s Amazing Charts, Dianne Ochiltree (Hello Math Reader) The Best Vacation Ever, Stuart Murphy *The Fly on the Ceiling: A Math Myth, Dr. Julie Glass (Step into Reading) The Long Wait, Annie Cobb (Math Matters Reader) Tiger Math, Nagda & Bickel Measurement The 100-Pound Problem, Jennifer Dussling *Balancing Act, Ellen Stoll Walsh Beanstalk; the Measure of a Giant, Ann McCallum (lesson) The Biggest Fish, Sheila Keenan (Hello Math) Biggest, Strongest, Fastest, Steve Jenkins *Counting on Frank, Rod Clement *The Dragon's Scales Sarah Albee (weight) (review) *Equal Shmequal, Virginia Kroll (review) Hottest, Coldest, Highest, Deepest, Steve Jenkins *How Big is a Foot?, Rolf Myller (lesson) How Big Is It?, Ben Hillman How Long Is It?, Donna Loughran How Long or How Wide?, Brian Cleary How Tall, How Short, How Faraway, David Adler *If Dogs Were Dinosaurs, David Schwartz (Ratio/Proportion) *If You Hopped Like a Frog, David Schwartz (Ratio/Proportion) *Inch by Inch, Leo Lionni (lesson here, here) Inchworm and a Half, Elinor Pinczes Incredible Comparisons, Russell Ash (boys in my class love this book!) Is a Blue Whale the Biggest Thing There Is? Robert Wells Jim and the Beanstalk, Raymond Briggs Length, Henry Arthur *The Librarian Who Measured the Earth, Kevin Hawkes (review) Me and the Measure of Things, Joan Sweeney Measuring Penny, Loreen Leedy Millions to Measure, David Schwartz More For Me!, Sydnie Meltzer Kleinhenz (Hello Math) Pastry School in Paris: An Adventure in Capacity, Cindy Neuschwander Pezzettino, Leo Lionni (area)(Mathwire lesson) Pigs in the Pantry, Amy Axelrod Racing Around, Stuart J. Murphy Slower Than a Snail, Anne Schreiber (Hello Math) Spaghetti and Meatballs for All!, Marilyn Burns (area, perimeter) Super Sand Castle Saturday, Stuart Murphy Ten Times Better, Richard Michelson (multiplying by ten) Twelve Snails to One Lizard, Susan Hightower Twenty-One Elephants, Phil Bildner (see lesson) Twenty-One Elephants and Still Standing, April Jones Prince (see lesson) Weight, Henry Arthur What's Smaller Than a Pygmy Shrew?, Robert Wells *Who Sank the Boat?, Pamela Allen (lesson) Money 26 Letters and 99 Cents, Tana Hoban A Dollar for Penny, Julie Glass *Alexander Who Used to Be Rich Last Sunday, Judith Viorst *Arthur's Funny Money, Lilian Hoban (review) The Big Buck Adventure, Gill & Tobola Benny's Pennies, Pat Brisson The Coin Counting Book, Rozanne Williams (review) Growing Money, Gail Karlitz (resource/reference) How Much is that Guinea Pig in the Window?, Joanne Rocklin (Hello Math) How the Second Grade Got $8,205.50 to Visit the Statue of Liberty, Nathan Zimelman (review) If You Made a Million, David Schwartz Jelly Beans for Sale, Bruce McMillan (review) Jenny Found a Penny, Trudy Harris Max's Money, Teddy Slater (Hello Math) *Monster Money, Grace Macarone (Hello Math)(My boys love this) My Rows and Piles of Coins, Tololwa Mollel (setting: Tanzania) *Once Upon a Dime; A Math Adventure, Nancy Kelly Allen (review) The Penny Pot, Stuart Murphy Pigs Will Be Pigs: Fun with Math and Money, Amy Axelrod A Quarter from the Tooth Fairy, Caren Holtzman (Hello Math) The Story of Money, Betsy Maestro Tight Times, Barbara Shook Hazen The Toothpaste Millionaire, Jean Merrill (chapter book) *Where the Sidewalk Ends (poem, "Smart"), Shel Silverstein (lesson here, here) Multiplication, Skip Counting, Doubling, Square Numbers The 512 Ants on Sullivan Street, Carol Losi (Hello Math Reader), (doubling, add, multiply) A Grain of Rice, Helena Clare Pittman (doubling) Amanda Bean’s Amazing Dream, Cindy Neuschwander Anno’s Mysterious Multiplying Jar, Mitsumasa Anno Arctic Fives Arrive, Elinor Pinczes (skip counting by 5s) Bats on Parade, Kathi Appelt (mult, square #s) *The Best of Times, Greg Tang Bunches and Bunches of Bunnies, Louise Mathews Counting Coconuts, Contando Cocos (counting by 2s,3s,4s,5s,10s...#s also in Spanish) Double the Ducks, Stuart Murphy Each Orange Had 8 Slices: A Counting Book, Paul Giganti, Jr.(multiply, add, count) How Do You Count a Dozen Ducklings?, In Seon Chae *How Many Seeds in a Pumpkin?, Margaret McNamara (review) *The King's Chessboard, David Birch (doubling)(lesson here, here) The King's Commissioners, Aileen Friedman (addition, skip counting) The M&M's Counting Book, Barbara McGrath (counting, add/subtract/multiply) More M&M's Math, Barbara McGrath (many topics) My Full Moon is Square, Elinor Pinczes (square #s) *One Grain of Rice, Demi (doubling)(lesson here, here) One Hundred Hungry Ants, Elinor Pinczes One Hundred Ways to Get to 100, Jerry Pallotta (many topics) *Sea Squares, Joy N. Hulme (square numbers) (lesson here, here) Sir Cumference and All the King's Tens, Cindy Neuschwander Stay in Line, Teddy Slater (Hello Math), (add, multiply) Spunky Monkeys on Parade, Stuart Murphy (count by 2s, 3s, 4s) Too Many Kangaroo Things to Do!, Stuart Murphy (multiplying) *Two of Everything, Lily Toy Hong (doubling) *Two Ways to Count to Ten, Ruby Dee Number and Operations, Number Sense (lg/sm) *100 Ways to Celebrate 100 Days, Bruce Goldstone (100 day celebrations)(review, author) *365 Penguins, Jean-Luc Fromental (review, lesson) Big Numbers: And Pictures that Show Just How Big They Are!, Edward Packard Can You Count to a Googol?, Robert E. Wells Dinosaur Deals, Stuart Murphy (equivalent values) How Big is It?, Ben Hillman (large numbers) How Many Candles?, Helen Griffith *How Much is a Million?, David Schwartz If You Made a Million, David Schwartz Less Than Zero, Stuart Murphy *Little Numbers: And Pictures that Show Just How Little They Are!, Edward Packard A Million Dots, Andrew Clements On Beyond a Million, David Schwartz Zero: Is It Something? Is It Nothing?, Claudia Zaslavsky (OOP) Zero Is the Leaves on the Tree, Betsy Franco Odd/Even Numbers *Even Steven and Odd Todd, Kathryn Cristaldi (Hello Math) Missing Mittens, Stuart Murphy Ocean Counting: Odd Numbers, Jerry Pallotta One Hundred Days of School *100 Ways to Celebrate 100 Days, Bruce Goldstone (review, author) The One Hundredth Day of School!, Abby Klein (chapter book) Patterns *Growing Patterns, Sarah Campbell (Fibonnaci #s) *Pattern Bugs, Trudy Harris (lesson) *Pattern Fish, Trudy Harris (lesson) *Patterns in Peru: An Adventure in Patterning, Cindy Neuschwander (review) The Rabbit Problem, Emily Graves (review) Place Value Earth Day—Hooray!, Stuart Murphy (place value) Sir Cumference and All the King's Tens, Cindy Neuschwander (base 10)(lesson) Probability, Data Analysis, Graphs Do You Wanna Bet? Your Chance to Find Out About Probability, Jean Cushman (chapter bk) Pigs at Odds, Amy Axelrod Probably Pistachio, Stuart J. Murphy Socrates and the Three Little Pigs, Mitsumasa Anno A Very Improbable Story, Edward Einhorn (review) Problem Solving *365 Penguins, Jean-Luc Fromental (review, lesson) Anno's Hat Tricks, Mitsumasa Anno Anno’s Magic Seeds, Anno (lots in here!) The Case of the Backyard Treasure, Joanne Rocklin (Hello Math Reader) The Further Adventures of Penrose the Mathematical Cat, Theoni Pappas (chapter bk) Math Curse, Jon Scieszka (humor) Math Trek, Paterson & Henderson (chapter book) Painless Math Word Problems, Marcie Abramson (chapter book) You Can, Toucan, Math, David Adler Roman Numerals Fun With Roman Numerals, David Adler (new!) Roman Numerals, David Adler (this is the book I own which I don't see on Amazon. I'm wondering if it's an older version of Fun With Roman Numerals??) Roman Numerals I to MM, Arthur Geisert Sorting & Classifying *The Button Box, Margarette Reid (lesson, lesson) More or Less a Mess, Sheila Keenan (Hello Math) (sorting) Seaweed Soup, Stuart Murphy (sets) Spatial Sense/Direction Pigs in the Corner, Amy Axelrod Square Numbers Bunches and Bunches of Bunnies, Louise Mathews My Full Moon is Square, Elinor Pinczes *Sea Squares, Joy Hulme (lesson here, here) Time All About Time, Jeunesse & Verdet All in a Day, Mitsumasa Anno, et al Bats Around the Clock, Kathi Appelt Chimp Math, Nagda & Bickel Clocks and More Clocks, Pat Hutchins Cluck O'Clock, Kes Gray Four Season Make a Year, Anne Rockwell Just a Minute!, Teddy Slater (Hello Math) My First Book of Time, Claire Llewellyn On the Same Day in March, Marilyn Singer Telling Time, Jules Older Telling Time with Big Mama Cat, Dan Harper ********** Additional Assorted Topics in Math ********** Activity Books Circles: Fun Ideas for Getting A-Round in Math, Catherine Ross *Math Games & Activities from Around the World, Claudia Zaslavsky *The Secret Life of Math: discover how (and why) number have survived from the cave dwellers to us, Ann McCallum (lesson) Art/Math MathART: Projects and Activities, Carolyn Ford Brunetto (teacher book) *Math-terpieces, Greg Tang Museum Shapes, Metropolitan Museum of Art Biographies *Blockhead: the Life of Fibonacci *Carry On, Mr. Bowditch, Jean Lee Latham (chapter book, Newbery Award, maritime biography) *Mathematicians Are People, Too, Reimer (two volumes, biographies of mathematicians) Of Numbers and Stars: The Story of Hypatia, D. Anne Love *Odd Boy Out: Young Albert Einstein, Don Brown Fact & Photo Books (fun for kids to share during gathering time) *A Closer Look, Mary McCarthy Incredible Comparisons, Stephen Biesty Life-Size Aquarium, Teruyuki Komiya Penguins Swim But Don't Get Wet; and Other Amazing Facts About Polar Animals, Berger History *The History of Counting, Denise Schmandt-Besserat (picture book, advanced) The Warlord's Beads, Virgian Walton Pilegard (history of abacus) Poetry Count Me a Rhyme: Animal Poems by the Numbers, Jane Yolen Mathematickles!, Betsy Franco Puzzles, Rhymes and Riddles (I LOVE opening math sessions with things from this category!) Amazing Math Puzzles, Adam Hart-Davis Arithme-Tickle: An Even Number of Odd Riddle-Rhymes, J. Patrick Lewis *Easy Math Puzzles, David A. Adler How Many Feet? How Many Tails?, Marilyn Burns (Hello Math) Sideways Arithmetic From Wayside School, Louis Sachar (chapter book) World With No Numbers (great to spur creative writing) A Day With No Math, Marilyn Kaye (OOP)(lesson) Missing Math, Loreen Leady (lesson) Neil's Numberless World, Lucy Coats (OOP)(lesson) Chapter Books (or more advanced, reference) The Adventures of Penrose the Mathematical Cat, Theoni Pappas Arithmetricks, Edward Julius Body Math, Penny Dowdy The Candy Corn Contest, Patricia Reilly Giff (early chapter book) *Carry On, Mr. Bowditch, Jean Lee Latham (chapter book, Newbery Award, maritime biography) Chasing Vermeer, Blue Balliett Fractals, Googols and Other Mathematical Tales, Theoni Pappas The Further Adventures of Penrose the Mathematical Cat, Theoni Pappas G is for Googol; A Math Alphabet Book, David Schwartz Go Figure!, Johnny Ball How Math Works, Carol Vorderman Isador A. Inchworm's Magic Math Glasses(old, but good)(lesson) The Longitude Prize, Joan Dash The Man Who Counted, Malba Tahan Mathemagic (Childcraft, old but good) Murderous Maths series by Kjartan Poskitt. You can sometimes find them used and inexpensive on Amazon, but there are a few dealers who sell them new in the U.S. *The Number Devil, Hans Magnus Enzensberger Sideways Arithmetic From Wayside School, Louis Sachar The Toothpaste Millionaire, Jean Merrill (chapter book) Walk Past the Wolf: A Mythmatical Battles Adventure, Scrivener Minion Book list © 2010-12 love2learn2day.
picture books that teach math concepts
38 children's books about friendship. Helps kids learn how to make friends, work through conflict, etc.
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Summer Reading ~ 100 Great Books for Children (she: Jocelyn) - Or so she says... Picture Books!
books to read this summer with kids
38 Children’s Books About Friendship
100 Great Kids Books for Summer Reading
Children's book week- list of children's books and fun activities to do with each
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Over 100 children's books and activities to go with them. Kid's book club?
I love this book!!! List of children's books and fun activities to do with each one- :}
Children's Book Week - Share Your Favorite Children's Book Activities ~ over 100 children's books and activities to go with them
book activity A list of children's books AND fun activities to do with each Book !! GREAT Ideas !
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I think I would read most of these books. List includes The Hunger Games, The Help, The Kite Runner, and Bossypants. (I know I have read most of them, definantly good reads)
Summer reading list? I think I would read most of these books. List includes The Hunger Games, The Help, The Kite Runner, and Bossypants.
40 books you won't be able to put down - I've read a lot of these. Good ideas for new books
Great to look at when you need a new book! Book Club?
40 books you won't be able to put down...read the comments as well--more good book ideas
A list of 100 books every child should read
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Top 100 childrens books :) can't wait to read bedtime stories..
That Wild Rumpus in the Sky // RIP Maurice Sendak. – Modern Kiddo one of the coolest ever childrens books and childrens illustrators ...this is what happened when where the wild things are played charades
Maurice Sendak passed away recently at age 83. Where the Wild Things Are received the Caldecott Medal, the Most Distinguished Picture Book for Children, in 1963
Where the Wild Things Are! Greatest kids book ever and the movie was fantastic!
100 books every child should read (UK The Telegraph) The early years: The Twits, by Roald Dahl / Burglar Bill, by Janet and Allan Ahlberg / The Tiger Who Came To Tea, by Judith Kerr / Where the Wild Things Are, by Maurice Sendak / The Tale of Samuel Whiskers, by Beatrix Potter / Yertle the Turtle, by Dr Seuss / Fungus the Bogeyman, by Raymond Briggs / The Story of the Little Mole Who Knew It Was None Of His Business, by Werner Holzwarth and Wolf Erlbruch/ Room on the Broom, by Julia Donaldson /
Here are top toddler books for National Reading Month (March). What are your kids asking to read?
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Here are top toddler books for National Reading Month (March). Cute Ideas for Kids books!
Developmental Domain: Language and Communication Developmental Indicator: LC 30: The younger toddler listens to stories Description: This pin shares some of my favorite toddler books. The lesson plan would consist of reading a book to children. I always like to read books really enthusiastically to get children engaged!
Here are top toddler books for National Reading Month (March). Anna's favorite books right now are:: "The story of the snow children," "Goodnight Moon," "Moo, baa, lalala," "Fruit," "Mother's Milk," and "Grandfather Twilight." What are your kids asking to read?
Toddler books to read
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The Hobbit, by JRR Tolkien -- The New Yorker: "The Hobbit" is a better and more satisfying read than its gargantuan successor, “The Lord of the Rings.” http://www.newyorker.com/online/blogs/books/2012/12/why-the-hobbit-is-a-better-book-than-the-lord-of-the-rings.html
The Hobbit is the story of Bilbo Baggins, a hobbit from the shire who goes on the adventure of a lifetime. The Hobbit is less complicated and easier to read than the Lord of The Rings but still full of adventure, excitement and exploration.
Celebrating the new movie of The Hobbit! One of my favorite books... now on the big screen.
J. R. R. Tolkien' 'The Hobbit', 1997 edition. #hobbit #jrrtolkien #book #cover
Books to read - should get a few each week when we go to the library
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List of picture books that have positive messages and valuable character building lessons. Plus a great site for all kinds of kids books!
75 books for kids that build character without "being preachy" or turning the message into a lecture. I think it is important to have a variety of books and of couse you wantsome of your books to instill positive charactersitics into students. These books do just that, they stay away from racy subject areas and have great character building morals.
75 Books for kids That Build Character - I need to read some new kids books - I haven't read any of these.
children's book list: 75 books that build character
75 books for kids that build character - nice to get ideas of good books
Wonderful post for parents: 10 steps to teaching your child to read
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10 Steps to Teaching Children to Read
I hope my children love reading as much as I do!
Some good ideas here, 10 steps to teaching your child to read.
10 steps to teaching kids to read
How to teach reading tips.
Wonderful post for parents: 10 steps to teaching your child to read (via #spinpicks)
7 Things you should be doing as you're reading to your child
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7 things to do while reading aloud
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7 things you should be doing as you're reading to your child! Great to give to students' parents!!
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USA Today's 100 Greatest Books for Kids
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Charlotte's Web [HarperCollins Children's Books] is No. 1 on a new list of the "100 Greatest Books for Kids" ranked by Scholastic Parents Read the full list at USA Today: http://www.usatoday.com/life/books/news/story/2012-02-14/100-greatest-books-for-kids/53095042/1
The 100 "Greatest Books for Kids," ranked by Scholastic Parent & Child magazine. This was my favorite book!
The 100 "Greatest Books for Kids," ranked by Scholastic Parent & Child magazine. Not the order I would have them in, but its a great list! #kids #books
USA Today's 100 Greatest Books for Kids - use this as a book list for the kids during the summer. Cool!
A large list of kids chapter books with follow up printables...one activity for each chapter.
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Mrs. Winston's 2nd Grade Reading Trifolds for Treasures Stories and More!
Reading Tri-folds - for use in reading groups, literature circles, & reading partnerships. Specific books listed.
A large list of chapter books with follow up printables...one activity for each chapter...could be used for guided reading groups.
Reading response journal tri-folds already created for a large list of chapter books. Questions after each chapter or two focusing on different reading strategies. Great for lit circles and reading partnerships.
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Great list! 100 picture books to read before Kindergarten :) How many have your kids read?
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Great list! 100 picture books to read before Kindergarten :) How many have your kids read? Brown bear is Autumn's favorite book!
Your fav book
I'm always looking for good kid books
Great list! 100 picture books to read before Kindergarten -I love brown bear, brown bear, what do you hear!
100 Books to Read to children before Kindergarten. This is Brown Bear. :)
Great list! 100 picture books to read before Kindergarten :) How many have your kids read? // You know that thing where you ask people to bring a children's book to a baby shower? Yeah, here's the list.
Wordless picture book
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Mystery: Tuesday ~ This book is about the mystery of flying frogs on lily pads and is a picture book; maybe the second oldest group could create their own script to it like how the oldest group is writing their own mystery?
One of my favorite children's books -- with no written words. My daughter also thinks this book is hilarious.
No pictures fun
Tuesday - Love all David Wiesner's books!
Wordless picture book by David Wiesner. Classic.
This is a great website! There are over 150 digital books! Really good books... All free.