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  • Elaine Haddad

    S First grade teacher Carrie Fischer of Imperial, Missouri picks a first read aloud focused on names: During the first week of school, I read a book called The Name Jar by Yangsook Choi. After reading the book, each child takes their name home with a letter to their parents explaining the activity. Each child discusses with their parents how their name was chosen, and what follows are many art, literacy, and community building activities in class.

  • Mary Darden

    CHILDREN'S BOOKS: The Name Jar by Yangsook Choi What’s in a name, Shakespeare asked. For a child whose whole world is changing, the continuity of her own name may mean an awful lot. And friend who are willing to take the time to learn her name may mean even more. This is a great book about acceptance, friendship, and change.

  • Cathy Greene

    The Name Jar by Yangsook Choi this book reminds us of the importance of a child's name. In this time when classrooms are filled with children of many cultures, this is an important book, about acceptance, kindness, and friendship. This is one to share.

  • Sheri McManus

    Two for Tuesday- Back to School Mentor Texts {The Name Jar and Officer Buckle and Gloria}

  • Kai Little-White (Lorenz)

    The Name Jar by Yangsook Choi, Being the new kid in school is hard enough, but what about when nobody can pronounce your name?

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