Category Archives: Early Elementary Books
From www.nationalnannies.com The story of the Little Red Hen has been told for ages to teach young people basic moral values. Using farm animals for the characters makes it interesting and fun for children, and stimulates their imaginations as they … Continue reading
From aupairjobs.com Christmas is a magical time of year for both kids and adults alike. The kids are out of school, the holiday cheer keeps everyone in high spirits, and spending time together as a family is at the top … Continue reading
Students are presented with pro/con arguments for the question, “Should students choose their bedtimes?” Each side gives facts/opinions to support its position. Then decide for yourself: should children choose their own bedtimes, or should parents choose for them?
Submitted by Mike B. Click here to like teachertime123 on facebook! Help to celebrate the birthday (March 2) of Dr. Seuss! Along with this display, students will draw scenes from their favorite Dr. Seuss books. Older students can write a … Continue reading
One Hungry Monster : A Counting Book in Rhyme Board Book by Susan Heyboer O’Keefe My Monster Mama loves Me So by Laura Leuck A rhyming verse describes the myriad ways a green, googly-eyed mother shows her boundless … Continue reading
This book will teach any parent, of any skill level, to teach any child, of any age, to play chess! The book will be released April 2012 by Mongoose Press.
By Ray While not a book, I think that this dvd/cd can be an effective tool. I have been a fan of this band for 25 years now and was thrilled when they started releasing children’s albums a few years … Continue reading
Annie picks her apples, and sorts and organizes them. Some she turns into applesauce, apple muffins, apple cake (recipes included), and cider. The best she saves to sell at the market. Happily, she sells everything and returns home to rest, … Continue reading
he rhyming, sing-song text counts down from 10 as a succession of farm animals consume apples from a tree, beginning with a horse: “Ten red apples hanging on the tree./ Yippee, fiddle-dee-fee!/ Horse came and ate one,/ chomp, chomp, chomp./ … Continue reading
Author Jerry Pallotta and illustrator Rob Bolster use a variety of different apples to teach kids all about fractions in this innovative and enjoyable book. Playful elves demonstrate how to divide apples into halves, thirds, fourths, and more. Young readers … Continue reading