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    Staying Cool in the Library — Picture books

    My 6 Favorite End of School Read Alouds

    As the school year winds down I wanted to share with you six of my favorite end of the year read alouds. As we all know it can be extra challenging keeping our students’ engaged during the end of the year excitement. Summer break is calling their name and they definitely have some ants in ... Read More about My 6 Favorite End of School Read Alouds

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    My 6 Favorite End of School Read Alouds


    As the school year winds down I wanted to share with you six of my favorite end of the year read alouds. As we all know it can be extra challenging keeping our students' engaged during the end of the year excitement. Summer break is calling their name and they definitely have some ants in their pants! So you want to make sure your read aloud selections are ones that will hold their attention....

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    10 Poetry Books Kids Love!

    April is national poetry month and if you are not already sharing poetry with your students now is a great time to start. Some educators shy away from reading poetry to their students. Many students think poetry is boring and unexciting. When you tell the kids they are going to listen to some poetry they ... Read More about 10 Poetry Books Kids Love!

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    There’s a Shark in the Library!

    Do your students love sharks as much as mine do? My students ask for books about sharks more than almost any other nonfiction topic. And it’s all grades from kindergarten to fifth grade. I’m not sure what it is about sharks that they all love so much. Maybe it’s the huge mouth full of sharp, ... Read More about There’s a Shark in the Library!

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    There's a Shark in the Library!

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    Do your students love sharks as much as mine do? My students ask for books about sharks more than almost any other nonfiction topic. And it's all grades from kindergarten to fifth grade. I'm not sure what it is about sharks that they all love so much. Maybe it's the huge mouth full of sharp, razor-like teeth or the fear of getting eaten by a shark. Although I will admit, I have watched shark week...

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