My Furry Foster Family series, by Debbi Michiko Florence, illustrated by Melanie Demmer, #ReadYourWorld full review on Goodreads and ChildressInk.com. #PictureWindowBooks #Capstone #EarlyReaders #STEM #AnimalFosterCare #BookLove #pets #AnimalFosterCare #Veterinarian #Diversity #Volunteering #Friendship #Family #DogStories #CatStories #Hamsters #BeardedDragons review on Goodreads and ChildressInk.com, My Furry Foster Family series, by Debbi Michiko Florence, illustrated by Melanie Demmer, at ChildressInk.com #PictureWindowBooks #Capstone #EarlyReaders #STEM #AnimalFosterCare #BookLove #pets #AnimalFosterCare #Veterinarian #Diversity #Volunteering #Friendship #Family #DogStories #CatStories #Hamsters #BeardedDragons
Remember to not only make learning relevant, and meaningful, but also memorable! I absolutely love taking out my teaching materials and making holiday memories while we learn! This 4th of July celebrate our “Independence” by sharing with your little ones some history. Learning can be fun and something we do each day!
Here are some of our 4th of July activities:
- Using our hands to paint the “Old Glory.”
- Listening to patriotic music.
- Reading about the history of our nation and our flag.
- Attending a community firework display.
The Bible is not a book to be read once
Even for its historical significance alone, this book has been studied since first written and gathered together.Continue reading
One Writer’s Musings on Reading the Bible
Some time ago, I read of a woman who read through the Bible for each of her children, praying over each and writing notes as she read (Today’s Christian Woman). I loved that idea and took on that challenge.
What has happened as I have read?
So important! And books play a key part in showing kids all aspects discussed! #Parenting #Education #BooksForLearning
For all of my parents and educators following my blog what are your thoughts on inclusion? Inclusion is just that, including all students. The actual percentages of students with disabilities that are taught in the mainstream classroom are over 95%. These students are taught alongside regular education students. While in the mainstream class students with disabilities are provided with special education services to meet their individual needs.
Although, you will have some students that will enter your classroom prepared you will also have many students that are not prepared or need extra assistance to be successful. “The challenges presented by students who struggle to connect with curriculum learning in school constitute an issue that confronts education systems worldwide” (Wery, & Thomson, 2013, p.1). Some of these students will be a year or more behind while others will be very advanced and need to be challenged.
I believe that by giving…
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Michigan Author & Editor Produces New Picture Book Project, ‘The Legend of the Fairy Stones’
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Book marketing 101:
Compile book lists, including local schools and libraries, print newspapers and magazines, radio and television. Expand and update as you network, include bookstores, book reviewers, authors, editors, and publishers whose books you love. Even all those business cards you’ve collected from conferences over the years. Update contacts as you network. Post in your own platforms, even if only once weekly, and your will gradually grow. And keep in mind, publishers don’t necessarily care about the numbers of followers, but more who your followers are, and those who you follow.
Writers, editors and journalists—those in the publishing industry, need to have a social media presence, even if that means stepping out of your comfort zone. Gradually, your contacts will continue to grow—and lead to opportunities like creation of writers/critiques groups and support networks.