Month: April 2018

Tuesday Morning Reads for April 24, 2018

For this morning’s reads, I have two books featuring clouds. While clouds are a great wonder and exploration any time of year, this turn of the weather really brings me back to my childhood of looking up into the bright, sunny sky, and seeing…

Animal Book List

Hello Everyone! 🙂 I am working on my Science Topic Book Lists, because my number of books keeps growing and growing! Yes! 🙂 In addition to my book lists, I am in the process of creating sub-pages so that you don’t have to view…

A Different Type of Science Story…

Currently I am engaging in an Educurious STEM and PBL workshop, which has deepened my knowledge based and my resource based. (Yay! I love learning!) 🙂  One of the resources they have shared with us is a site called Next Generation Science Storylines. To…

Tuesday Morning Reads for April 17, 2018

I came across two partner books this week… I call them partner books, because one, All the Animals Where I Live, discusses the transition from a city home to a country one, and the other book, Florette, the transition from a country home to…

Wordless Books and “Say Something”

I am here to report! 🙂 I tried the wordless book strategy called, “say something” that I featured on two different posts last week: Build, Assess, Build Vocabulary with a Wordless Book and More Wordless Books! with my 2nd grade co-teaching class, using the following…

More Wordless Books!

A few days ago I shared a possible wordless book strategy, Say Something, along with a link to other wordless book ideas, in my Build, Assess, Build Vocabulary with a Wordless Book post. I am going to be trying the Say Something strategy with…

Featured Book: “Charlie and Kiwi: An Evolutionary Adventure”

I am so happy that a Pinterest search brought this title to my attention! Peter H. Reynolds (amazing author and illustrator) and the New York Hall of Science collaborated on this evolutionary adventure. I have never come across an evolution-based picture book, so I…