You can always count on a great book and the wonderful words it brings. Even better if you can enjoy it with friends, just like Abigail.
Structures and words, they all start with a base. What words will you build today? What bases will you use?
As you engage with the creative process in this story, think about how we use words creatively and can even create new words.
We are all living with the power of the magical yet. What words are you yet to discover and what new lessons are there to be learned?
Life can go by in a blur, just like this school year. Wherever you are looking to gradually graduate to, we wish you congratulations.
Consolidate, revisit and review. Our students do it and we can too. Be reminded about the ways we can study words using great books.
Why not take A Walk in the Words with Hudson Talbott and Engage. There is no need to feel overwhelmed, just consider a word at a time.
When you go walking what do you see? We see lots of high frequency words! Rebecca Loveless joins us this week to discuss The hfw Project.
(Sea?) see it (hear?) here, a (grate?) great book about homophones! So many interesting phonemes to explore with students and this llama.
Anchoring in meaning, exploring structure, noticing phonemes; our word knowledge grows everyday as does a tree and family in this book.
Picture books + words + discoveries + friends = Engage With The Page. Which word combinations add up to something special for you?
The power of ‘uno’ in creating balance in our world. Words and numbers unite in this classic impactful story just in time for Earth Day.
Let’s get to know and respect our unique planet and its place in our universe so we can unite to help it thrive.
Lilly can’t contain her excitement for her purple plastic purse and we can’t contain ours for this classic book.
Bodies are Cool and so are words! Words can be wavy and knobby and lanky just like bodies. Jump in and appreciate both with this book.
Wordius notici maximus, is what we are as we delight in this priceless book. It is fun and factful with endless inquiry possibilities.
Ooh look, a new book! Explore
Musicians, mathematicians, chemists and activists are featured with inviting artwork and an introduction to women who dream and lead.
Collectors, noticers, inquirers, drawers and readers join us in finding words and finding ourselves, with Aaron Slater, Illustrator.
Morning: Read book. Laughed. Afternoon: Noticed words. Wondered. Evening: Engaged with past tense verbs. Thought. Learned. Smiled.