Hey Sigmund shares 20 tips for building resilience in children–most can be used by parents and teachers alike.
Barnes & Noble Blog curates an interesting list of 16 Books Everyone Should Read Before High School.
Book Riot explains why Why Public Libraries Should Support Black Lives Matter and gives a list of practical ways to do this (many of which could be incorporated into classroom or school libraries as well).
The last thing I need is more podcasts, but I’m still excited to discover these 3 Great YA Book Podcasts.
Three Teachers Talk compiled a starter kit with all the documents you need to get started with Reader’s Workshop in your classroom.
Beth recommends three recent 9/11-themed books–all of which are now on my TBR list.
I missed #pb10for10 this year, but luckily I can still read all the posts. I especially loved Carrie’s list of picture books that inspire philosophical discussions and Michele’s list of picture books to share at the beginning of the year to build a thoughtful community of learners and thinkers.
Lynne Kenney has tips for writing a classroom mission statement.
As always, Jess Lifshitz clarifies everything I want my own and my son’s classrooms to be about: Let Them Know Love.