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Children's Books You Might Not Have Read with Great Role Models for Girls. (Or boys! Because boys need strong female role models, too! Great Books, My Books, Books For Girls, Kids Reading, Reading Lists, For Elise, Book Girl, Children's Literature, Library Books

Picture Books You Might Not Know With Great Role Models For Girls - No Time For Flash Cards

Books with Great role models for girls.

Read & Draw Picnic – Comprehension Activity – No Time For Flash Cards List of books in this post that are great for kiddos to draw what they are hearing while you read the stories, then have them retell what they drew/remember. Comprehension Activities, Reading Strategies, Reading Activities, Teaching Reading, Reading Comprehension, Drama Activities, Learning Games, Therapy Activities, Livros

Read & Draw Picnic - Comprehension Activity - No Time For Flash Cards

Work on reading comprehension while enjoying the great outdoors ... or your back patio.

Picture Books About Being Different and Learning To Be Yourself--I'm pretty sure I would want almost all of these books in my classroom library. Good Books, Books To Read, Persona, Library Books, Class Library, Library Science, Mentor Texts, Character Education, Children's Literature

Books About Being Different & Being Yourself

Everyone is different and unique in their own way. Following is a great list of books about being different and how to celebrate your uniqueness.

"The books that the world calls immoral are the books that show the world its own shame." - Oscar Wilde // 25 Quotes That Will Inspire You To Be A Fearless Writer * Reading Quotes, Writing Quotes, Book Quotes, Me Quotes, Literary Quotes, Cherish Quotes, Lesson Quotes, Reading Books, Essay Writing

haunted house, haunted bodies

lisiharrison: “ smartgirlsattheparty: “ evolutionstopshere: “ Banned Books Week: Celebrating the Freedom to Read September 22-28, 2013 ” It’s banned book week folks! Let’s get out those banned book...

See the Creative Ways These Librarians are Sparking a Love of Reading What a creative idea from an inspired librarian! This dress-and-book display features a skirt made from YA book covers.

13 Awesome Library Displays

In honor of Library Week, here are 13 awesome library displays.

Essay on the book the giver by lois lowry Example Literary Essay: The Giver by Lois Lowry, is one of central themes in The Giver. Although the book begins with what, he and The Giver carefully developed. I Love Books, Great Books, Amazing Books, Books To Read In Your Teens, Big Books, Up Book, This Book, Summer Reading Lists, Come Undone

40 Tween & Middle Schoolers' All-Time Favorite Book List - The House of Hendrix

Love this list because it was created by kids! 40 Tweens were asked their All-Time Favorite book. Great insight as to what books really resonate with kids.

11 Inspiring Multicultural Biographies For Kids - I'm Not the Nanny Library Books, Library Skills, Library Shelves, Kid Books, 4th Grade Reading, Mentor Texts, Chapter Books, Children's Literature, Read Aloud

11 Inspiring Multicultural Biographies For Kids - I'm Not the Nanny

These inspiring multicultural biographies for kids become more powerful when children see people who look like them reflected in the books.

26 Children’s Books That Celebrate Black Heroes- **Feb Black History Month, & Juneteenth** Jean Piaget, Teaching Kids, Kids Learning, Learning Games, Books To Read, My Books, Reading Rainbow, Black Books, Early Literacy

26 Children's Books That Celebrate Black Heroes

From scientists and singers, to activists and artists: these books will teach children about black heroes.

Brown Girl Dreaming recommended by Reederama. dekalb library has copies. 2014 Natl Book Award winner -- The first award, Young People’s Literature, went to Jacqueline Woodson, author of Brown Girl Dreaming Ya Books, Good Books, Books To Read, Story Books, Best Books Of 2014, National Book Award Winners, Coretta Scott, Thing 1, Dream Book

Words...Wonder...Wondrous

After the arrival of the package, it is carefully placed on the kitchen counter. Knowing what is inside makes the opening all the sweeter. ...

Take a look at the coolest ideas for a neighborhood & park scavenger hunt for kids. You'll also find free printable invitations, scavenger hunt lists, and many more unique ideas that'll blow you (and your candles) away Scavenger Hunt Riddles, Christmas Scavenger Hunt, Scavenger Hunt Birthday, Photo Scavenger Hunt, Scavenger Hunt For Kids, Free Printable Invitations, Invitation Wording, Invitation Templates, Free Printables

Coolest Around Town Scavenger Hunt List Ideas

On this page you'll find all the coolest around town scavenger hunt list ideas and printables for adults and teens! Print and send out these around t...

Design Awards Enable Aging in Place Best Places To Retire, Story Structure, Aging In Place, Job Opening, Retirement Planning, Enabling, Reading Nook, Read Aloud, Design Awards

The Lifesaving Power of Books

Reading aloud – from a book, not a tablet – can help close the alarming health equity gap.

Total Inequality Researchers know that it’s expensive to be poor. But they are only beginning to understand the sum of the financial, psychological, and cultural disadvantages that come with poverty. Book Festival, Reading Material, Economics, Psychology, Culture, Teaching, Money, World, Psicologia

Inequality Is About So Much More Than Money

Researchers are only beginning to understand the sum of the financial, psychological, and cultural disadvantages that come with poverty.

Bridging a Digital Divide That Keeps Schoolchildren Behind The Federal Communications Commission is expected to vote soon on a plan that could add subsidies for broadband Internet services in low-income homes. Technology Computers and the Internet Seattle University, Leadership Articles, Stem Cell Research, Social Capital, Ethical Issues, Book Festival, Digital Literacy, English Language Learners, Technology Articles

The Federal Communications Commission is expected to vote soon on a plan that could add subsidies for broadband Internet services in low-income homes.

In San Jose, Poor Find Doors to Library Closed New York Times, Ny Times, Book Festival, San Jose, The Borrowers, Libraries, Geography, Science, Computers

The library, owed $6.8 million in fees for overdue and lost items, prohibits children who can’t pay but need the library the most from borrowing materials or using its computers.