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Summer reading programs offer readers ways to explore thematic lists, complete fun activities, and discover new books. This month, we’re focusing on ways that public librarians, parents, and readers can use Book Connections, TeachingBooks’ sister site, to connect more deeply with summer reading.
Glenn Erick Miller talks about how teaching young adults to discover their voice allows them to find connectedness in the world around them.
TeachingBooks resources are great for building literacy, prompting discussion, and enriching the world of a favorite book. But they’re also fun to use! In this month’s post, explore some ideas to engage your students in learning that ranges from kinetic to creative.
Each month we feature free and fun book contests and giveaways. We hope you will enjoy the following opportunities as well as the author and book resources available via TeachingBooks.
Conversations that support Social Emotional Learning (SEL) invite students to cultivate empathy for themselves and others. Identifying and understanding emotions, behaviors, and differences can help students build a sense of community within their classrooms, schools, and beyond. The resources below can be used to guide SEL conversations at different grade levels.