The Bible creation story is always fun to teach. We get to create the world along with God … on the backs of our shelves!
We also get to talk about some ways in which the story reflects long-ago thinking, and some ways in which it’s still relevant. Continue Reading
The Three Bears by Byron Barton is my favorite book to use in shared reading. It provides many great opportunities for differentiated instruction.
When we read it out loud together, it helps us learn how to use different characters’ voices for the “Who’s been eating my porridge?” lines. That brings it to for every learning level, and builds joy for reading. Continue Reading
School has begun and I have 16 wonderful children to teach and enjoy every day.
One of the first things we talk about is behavior. It never fails that one child (or more) struggles with rules. Continue Reading