We know that in the midst of summer school, kids and adults alike can get that itch to go outside and play. Try these resources to give your students a change of pace and enrich your summer programs.
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When communicating with students and families, sharing tools allow for ease of availability. Selecting a resource and sending it through our share tools gives the recipient immediate access.
Open the curtains and kick off your lesson with resources for readers of all ages! Build reading confidence and background knowledge while encouraging interaction with the text.
Books with diverse characters give our readers an opportunity to see themselves when they read.
We can embrace a maker mindset and providing opportunities for our students to really show what they are capable of. Every kid is a maker. They are naturally curious and unafraid to try new things.
Looking for resources to support your students during book club conversations or when leading literature circles? We have the resources to prepare and empower students to be leaders.
STEAM and literacy go hand in hand guiding student inquiry and encouraging critical thinking skills. Learn more about connecting literacy across your STEAM curriculum with TeachingBooks.net. Learn how Gail Jarrow’s curiosity and real-world thinking skills inspire her to write about deadly diseases with her TeachingBooks.net Guest Blog Post. Encourage students to use visual […]
Often the way to engage students is to empower them with opportunity and choice. TeachingBooks.net content supports giving readers voice.
Making the words on the page spring to life through drama and theater is one way to connect students to literature outside of the classroom.