Bear Feels Sick tells the story of how friends take care of each other. This loving story utilizes rich vocabulary, fun rhymes, and stunning illustrations to show how friends care for their sick Bear friend.
This book teaches about all the different animals who lay eggs, from chickens to rays, to the platypus. The author uses fun rhymes, interesting facts, and beautiful illustrations to engage the readers. Check it out.
This book identifies the feeling of being grumpy in what it looks like and how to cheer up - if you want to. Here are activity ideas to use with the book "Grumpy Monkey" by Suzanne Lang.
Here is a playful book for St. Patrick's Day fun by Adam Wallace.
I Love You Blue Kangaroo by Emma Chichester Clark is a cute story about a toy blue kangaroo and his favorite child Lily. Things change when new stuffed animals arrive.
This book provides numerous angles for instruction both as a stand-alone literacy unit or with lessons about friendship and kindness.
This beloved story delves into feelings related to the arrival of a new sibling and showcases the growth and change of the main character.
Playing with stories increases imagination, vocabulary, comprehension, and love of books! Here are some activities to play with concepts from the story Room on the Broom by Julia Donaldson and Axel Scheffler.
Here are some ideas when using the story, The Gingerbread Man as a theme.
Looking for rhyming practice or final /r/ practice? This cute book tells the story of a mouse who uses many /air/ rhymes to vent his anger about the bear in his chair.
Lucille Colandro's ever famous Old Lady Stories engage young readers with rhythm, rhyme, imagery, and fun. This article provides visuals and activities for Valentine's Day based on this "Rose" version.
Children love to hear their favorite stories again and again. With each read, teachers can focus on different aspects of the story. Here are some examples of different objectives for the book, The Very Hungry Caterpillar by Eric Carle.