Dr. Seuss Book, "Mulberry Street," Turns 75 →
I enjoyed this article by Michael Winerip today and think you will, too! http://www.nytimes.com/2012/01/30/education/dr-seuss-book-mulberry-street-turns-75.html?_r=1&ref=education My favorite Dr. Seuss book is “Hop on Pop.” What’s yours?
Teacher Uses "Pierre the Penguin" to Discuss...
Penguins are studied in lots of kindergartens at this wintery time of year. Recently, I was told that a kindergarten teacher in New York City reports that she is using my non-fiction picture book Pierre the Penguin to talk about bullying with her kindergartners. In this true story illustrated by Laura Regan and published by Sleeping Bear Press, a real scientist at the California Academy of...
The Importance of Hands-on Experiences for Young Children in Kindergarten Today In the classroom we need to make sure that learning involves hands-on experience as much as possible. In this activity children record mathematical information about the number of legs various animals have. Kids might not actually see animals in their classroom, but they know quite a lot from their observations of...