Links I Loved This Week: A Round-Up of Online Reading 8/14/16


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.





2 responses to “Links I Loved This Week: A Round-Up of Online Reading 8/14/16”

  1. Melissa Rosfeld Avatar

    Thanks for the very timely, relevant and helpful links this week. I fell down the internet rabbit hole exploring this morning and let my dog steal the leftover bacon off the kitchen table! The reading workshop documents are especially helpful to me right now as I am in the process of making my own, along with interest surveys for the beginning of the year.

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