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Books Worth Reading

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Essential reads for middle schoolers

Macke, Kelsey - English / YOU NEED A GOOD BOOK!

Biographies about famous women in history for kids. This will help in the classroom when we are teaching students something that could be known as boring. A picture grabs the readers attention and would be a great start to a history lesson.

Kids' Books for Women's History Month

My favorite book to read to my class - they love seeing me get in trouble for reading a book!!

25 Versions of Little Red Riding Hood (from Fantastic Fun & Learning)

Books about reading

Picture Books About Reading - No Time For Flash Cards

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Teaching TIME- Math Mentor Texts!

The Boy Who Loved Math - Teach Mentor Texts

ESSENTIAL BOOKS FOR 3-5 GRADE CLASSROOM LIBRARIES~ WeAreTeachers recently polled over 200 teachers about the best books in their classroom libraries, from their favorite read-alouds and fiction books to the top science, humor and poetry titles. Check out the lists!

1001 Books

Good for intro to writing about how st got their name.

Perfect for teaching vivid verbs

An amazing children's book which teaches children all about perspective in stories by retelling the same story 4 times, through 4 different characters.

Teaching Problem & Solution...Great book!

My favorite book to read to my class - they love seeing me get in trouble for reading a book!!

Just Kidding - a book about teasing and then saying you're kidding

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.

Hungry Caterpillar

This is a Fabulous book that teaches about some great historical figures

Every little girl should read this book. It is amazing!!

kindie...100 books

Books and Core Standards connections.

THE KISSING HAND-- SO CUTE! and I already have a hand shaped cookie cutter.

great for teaching dialogue and point of view

This amazing internationally-acclaimed book would make a good wrap up for the end of a unit on fairytales. Students must have background knowledge of fairytales before encountering this book. This book would also make a good mentor text for teaching vocabulary. Some complex words and phrases include: Furthermore, scrabbled, illustrator, desperately, “dressed to the nines”, and “furious discussion”.

Who's Afraid of the Big Bad Book?