One of my favorite types of resources to create are bible lessons and activities. Having children of my own made me realize how important it is to connect real life with stories of the bible. Not only do we read bible stories, but I also like to incorporate picture books for my bible lessons. My […]

Sorting by Attributes Books and Games

As a preschool, pre-k and kindergarten teacher, it’s so important to have the right tools for teaching beginning math concepts. Sorting by attributes is a huge skill in the early years of math. Hands on activities and books are great supplemental items to have in your classroom. Here are some of my favorite sorting by […]

Native American Picture Books to Add to Your Library

One of my favorite units to teach is my Native American thematic unit.  I’ve been lucky to have  students of American Indian heritage in my classes and it’s so fun to watch them listen to books about their heritage. It’s even better when they make personal connections to the books and share with the class.  […]

Picture Books for Writing Conventions

Writing conventions are challenging to teach at times. I know in my experiences, it’s hard to bring authentic lessons and activities to keep learners engaged. Because who really wants to look at sentences and break them apart? However, my style of teaching changed when I found these picture books for writing conventions! My students beg […]

Spring Books for Little Learners

Spring came early in Texas this year…after a winter of no snow and very few freezes the weather is warm and rainy and signs of spring are starting to appear.  I love welcoming spring and the other seasons of the year with some engaging books for my little learners. I decided to share a few of my […]