This guide is for parents or teachers to expand on the picture book All Kinds of Strong by Sharon Reiss Baker, illustrated by Kris Wiltse. It contains pre-reading questions, farming discussion, farm animal math activity, printable post-reading farm animals anagram activity, printable household chores match-up activity, printable post-reading chore chart activity, printable what is strength activity, and create your own Torah activity.
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Despite being small and frail, Sadie Rose is strong in other ways. She never forgets to check the chicken coops so the foxes can’t get in. She notices when the farm animals are sick. And she always has a new idea when it’s needed. Even so, her neighbors worry that she’s not strong enough for life on a farm. But when there’s a calamity and friends and family can no longer celebrate the Sabbath in their neighbor’s parlor, Sadie Rose comes up with an idea that proves that there are “all kinds of strong.” Set in a tight-knit community of Jewish immigrants and filled with eye-catching artwork and universal themes, this book imagines a story of the past that all families can enjoy.