Category: Resource

Resource Share: Booksource

Have you gotten so many books that you struggle to remember what you own? Also, if you lend them out, do you struggle to remember who has it? I do…so much so that I have, on occasion, bought an already owned book. Yikes (but…

She Series Posters, Other Resources, and an Idea

If you haven’t checked out the “A Mighty Girl” Facebook page (https://www.facebook.com/amightygirl) or their website (https://www.amightygirl.com/) then please add it to your check-them-out list. 🙂 Recently I saw a Facebook post from them about the “She Series” posters and other resources. Here is a…

McCall, Idaho Public Library

On a quick getaway before the 2019-2020 school year starts, I visited the McCall, Idaho Public Library. This mountain gem has a inviting selection of children’s books! When visiting a library, I first love to see which books are highlighted. But highlighted, I mean,…

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…

Valentine’s Day and STEM

Planning ahead, I came across a site that I would like to share: Valentine STEM and Reading Activity from Jennifer Findley’s Teaching to Inspire Website. There you will find written and visual directions on how to create the cupid’s bow, along with a reading…

Site Update: Science Topic Book List

I have recently made some changes to my Science Topic Book List. Those changes include adding books to the list that I have recently featured, and adding a column that connects to my blog post featuring that book. Granted that part, the link to…

Novels and Engineering? YES, PLEASE!

I came across this amazing e-article by Katrina Schwartz, who writes for “Mind/Shift: How We Learn” (do you follow them on Twitter or get their newsletter? You should consider it. I love their posts!). Click HERE for the link to read the full-article…and set…