Exciting lesson ideas, book lists, videos, classroom strategies, and reproducibles in a daily blog by mentor teachers
Check out Jeremy's summer-themed books and activities, crafted for grades PreK and up. Enjoy some summertime poetry, and learn how to make a beach frame with your students.
Scholastic blogger Jeremy Brunaccioni offers up some quality ocean themed resources, along with picture books, to use in the early childhood classroom. Learn how to make a patterned jellyfish as an integrated art and math activity.
This week, I review some spring-themed picture books and talk about how to garden in the early childhood classroom.
See recommended book titles and activities to celebrate poetry in the early childhood classroom.
In this post, I review outstanding animal-themed picture books to use in the early childhood classroom.
This post, "I Do So Like Green Eggs and Ham!" is a collection of book reviews and activities to use in the early childhood classroom.
Maple sugaring is an important part of the seasons in rural New England. These book reviews and resources will help teachers in the classroom as their students learn about maple sugaring.
Valentine’s Day, the perfect antidote to a dark and dreary winter. There’s nothing like seeing bright red valentine mailboxes lining the classroom. What a super, authentic activity for children to participate in. Armed with their valentines and a...
It’s the time of year when your classroom smells like wet mittens and snow gear must be worn for recess, necessitating an extra 20 minutes to get dressed to go out. To help with the torment of readying for the great outdoors, I’ve chosen a few...
So it’s that time of year, when the “best of” everything from movies to shoes are reviewed and presented with awards. Since the last movie I saw was Good Will Hunting and I usually just wear sneakers, I’m sticking with picture books. There were...