Category: Resource

Cultural Fabric: Follow-Up

About a month ago, I shared a Cultural Fabric activity that I invited my school to participate in. Please see my post Cultural Fabric: Class Building Activity for more information, including a link to a PDF for instructions. To my delight, they did πŸ™‚,…

NOV8…INNOVATE: Character and Design Cards

Yesterday I shared my NOV8…INNOVATE family events ideas. Well, after some think time, and some discussion with my amazing colleagues, I have decided on using character and design cards (which is sort of a combination of my ideas): Please click HERE to access the…

Native American History and Experience

Today I want to share another book resource with you…Brightly. Brightly’s mission is to help all of us raise (or teach) kids who love to read. Isn’t that wonderful! One of the many book lists and shares that they have is one that highlights…

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. πŸ™‚ 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!) πŸ™‚  One of the resources they have shared with us is a site called Next Generation Science Storylines. To…