Ooh look, a new book! Explore with this text that has a few cool words. It is perfect for your school day, morning or afternoon.
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.
We three all really enjoy the number two. If you want to, you too can enjoy two, possibly twice as much!
Love is… Use our book this week to think about all the things you love. Why not develop your love and curiosity for words together too!
The pigeon wants to notice words! Use this classic text to look at long vowels and engage young readers to be playful in their reading.
Caldecott winner, Newbery honour and wonderful word inquiry opportunities too! Will the words or the pictures capture your heart?
Make the purrfect cat stack while you work with words and numbers. This colourful, active book really stacks up for our young readers.
What words would you use to describe your favorite day of the year? Celebrate friendships and words with this any time of year text.
We all have the power to make changes, big and small. Anthems and rousing words inspire us to investigate language and to take action.
The pear is sweet, the rhyming a treat, the words worth a look as you engage with this book. Climb in and investigate!
Be brave and dive into investigating double letters and related families with Sacha Cotter’s The Bomb, also published as Cannonball.
What little things are you thankful for today? We are thankful for words that keep us thinking, wondering, inquiring and learning.
We want our children to use their imagination pretending to be animals that are thriving, so together let’s take care of our Earth.
You might not be an excellent word inquirer…yet. That’s OK. Be a noticer, thinker, and practicer and you will become a word knower!
When we can’t connect using a shared language we need to find a way to draw together. And what does draw really mean anyway?
Every dog has a tale to tell and every word a story. We’ve selected a few of our favourite books as we investigate pets and plurals.
‘One day we packed our bags, and we crossed a bridge as wide as the universe, bringing with us our gifts.’ Words let you tell your story.
Ever wondered the actual size of a goby fish or whether actual is part of the act family? Find out when you join us this week.