Category: Space

Full Moon Adventures

With rhyming text follow a family of four (plus their little dog) on a family night indoors…well, until the lights go out and they head outside under the natural light of a full moon. Under this bright night sky, and with the bright layers… Continue Reading “Full Moon Adventures”

Tuesday Morning Reads for March 6, 2018

Fort Building Time by Megan Wagner Lloyd. Illustrations by Abigail Halpin: Granted I was the type that was an indoor fort builder, with couch cushions, pillows, blankets, etc. but I could still relate to this great fort building book…a fort for every season! I… Continue Reading “Tuesday Morning Reads for March 6, 2018”

1st Grade Researchers!

In first grade we have been learning about astronauts and transportation. Witnessing the student excitement about these topics, my co-teacher and I decided to extend the unit with some choice to learn more about either transportation or space. Using a KWL chart, we gathered… Continue Reading “1st Grade Researchers!”

Tuesday Morning Reads for January 16, 2018

“B” is for “Books”! 🙂 I am still combing through the “B” section of the children’s section of our library, for some great fictional stories in science. Here are some finds from this week: Stars! Stars! Stars! by Bob Barner: I found this book delightful.… Continue Reading “Tuesday Morning Reads for January 16, 2018”

A Never Before Published Picture Book, From Margaret Wise Brown…

Brought to us by illustrator Loren Long Beautifully illustrated, Loren Long, brings us the story of the transition from day to night, with familiar faces, now in a flourishing community. As Bunny says good morning to the world, and to daylight, there are interactions… Continue Reading “A Never Before Published Picture Book, From Margaret Wise Brown…”

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