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Fine Find #1: Who Made This Cake?

Imagine opening a picture book you’ve never seen. You’re browsing books at random when you see Who Made This Cake? in tiny white script sideways on a book’s spine. 119 more words

LA everyday

I am a very passionate person when it comes to literacy and language arts in early childhood. Emergent literacy is a huge predictor of later academic success and should be heavily weighted in the early childhood years. 152 more words


Favorite Thanksgiving Read Alouds

Thanksgiving is the holiday that seems to get overlooked a lot. We just finished all the fun Halloween books and we are getting all our winter and Christmas books ready. 354 more words


Week 11 ~ Poorly Sick

A slow week this week…Elianna was feeling under the weather on Monday, which by Tuesday had turned into a sore throat & heavy cold. Rose followed along shortly afterwards, but as is typical for our girls, had a lighter version of the same illness as her big sister. 313 more words


The American Academy of Pediatrics Recommends Reading Aloud to Children

As teachers, we’ve known for decades that reading aloud to children is imperative to young children’s development. On June 24, 2014 the American Academy of Pediatrics published a policy statement regarding the critical importance of reading to young children beginning in infancy, giving increased credence to the magnitude reading aloud to children has on their development. 106 more words

Favorite Thanksgiving Picture Books

Here are three of my favorite picture books to share with preschoolers for Thanksgiving. Of course your library has lots to choose from so stop by today! 103 more words


Read-alouds for your littlest listeners

Are you looking for a picture book read-aloud for a group of little listeners? Try one of these great titles in your next storytime!

Green is a Chile Pepper… 333 more words

Primary (K-2)