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There is no such thing as a boy book or a girl book. Books are for everyone! Kids should be able to grow up and follow their own dreams, not one that society thinks they should pursue based on their gender. We have been adding several books to our collection over the past few years that help break gender stereotypes and I want to share some of our favorites with you.
Your students are probably familiar with the story of Goldilocks and the Three Bears. But, have they heard other versions of this tale that provide a twist on the story? Here are some of my favorite versions of Goldilocks and the Three Bears. You can read these books for fun, but they are also a great tool to use when students compare and contrast two or more texts.
Friendships are an important part of childhood. They teach our children about kindness, cooperation, empathy, sharing, and more. But friendships don't come easily for every child. That's when books can help. Here are some of my favorite friendship books for kids. These stories help children learn how to be a good friend, how to include others, and how to see things from another person's perspective.
We know that germs are everywhere. Right now, kids have a lot of questions about germs and how viruses spread. Here are some children's books about germs and staying healthy. These books might just help your kids develop some healthy hygiene habits that help stop the spread of germs.
With so much going on in the world, it can be hard to feel brave. I want my kids to know just how strong they are. That despite their size, they can find the courage to face their fears. Sometimes I like to turn to a book when I can’t find the words myself. Here are some great books about bravery and courage.
The mystery genre is great for engaging kids while keeping them challenged. Young readers love finding clues and piecing them together like a puzzle. They must use observations, inferences, and deductive reasoning to determine the solution before the last page. Here are some great mystery books for kids to share in the classroom or at home.
Many primary classrooms invite family and community members to visit the classroom as a guest reader during the school year. However, not all of these visitors know exactly what book they should share. Instead of scrambling to find a book at the last minute, you can put together a special collection of read aloud books for guest readers. Here are some book suggestions that are sure to be a hit with the class.