Because there are limited variety or few resources when teaching classroom or character education this year I have come up with read-alouds or scenarios to explain the expected school and classroom behaviors to young children in a friendly manner with some open-ended questioning. The read-alouds are
Incorporate digital citizenship lessons into your reading curriculum! This lesson is perfect to use as a guided reading activity with whole groups or as part of smaller reading groups. The focus of this lesson is to teach students the difference between private and personal information. By the end o
Are you looking for a creative way to include character education? These mini- reader’s theater scripts can be used as a springboard for class discussions.
Each one page script focuses on one of the following:
*The Golden R
This Fugleflick QR code starter book links students directly to their favorite Fugleflicks. Set the book in your classroom and let students use an iPod, iPad, iPhone, etc to scan the QR code and view an entertaining student created, art related video that will teach them something about art. Each pa
"No pasa nada" Short Engaging Story about Internet Safety and "Texting".
The resource includes the short illustrated story "No pasa nada" and 7 accompanying activities (Answer key will be added this week!).
“No pasa nada” is a short story about a girl named Manuela, who is madly in love with her