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21 Picture Books About Art

Great art books for kids.{ Going to the art museum is a hike for us so in a pinch these books give us a chance to talk and check out great art}

Talking bubbles for books on the shelf. Great for a books into movies display. Could also put with movies that say "I'm also a book" #display #teen #library

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Hello, First Grade! {Beginning of the Year Writing Activities & Book Responses}

Hello, First Grade!! Back to school writing, book responses, and all about me activities! $

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Visual Art Rubric for Elementary Level

Visual art rubric for elementary level. I like the idea but wouldn't pay to download it but rather I'd make my own and adjust it to fit the needs of the students I am working with.

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Circle Art :: An Open Ended Art Activity for Kids - Artful Parent

Kids circle art inspired by The Dot! Love this book; love the art!

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Books about Famous Artists, Art and Museums

Build upon kids' natural love of art with these books about famous artists, art, and museums.

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13 Civil Rights Picture Books for Kids

So important! Teach your kids about the civil rights movement: 13 must read picture books to get you started.

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Books About Death

Books about death for kids { this is an old post with great books to gently talk with young kids about death. There are added title suggestions in the comments}

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End Of Year Activities

End Of Year Third Grade Memory Book - Includes many fun activities for children to complete at the end of the school year.

SUB PLANS: In your sub binder put the book "Miss Nelson is Missing" and have the substitute read the book to your class. Have the children then write a story about where they think you are while you are out from school. I can only imagine how funny and creative these stories will be!