Bunny’s Book Club meets at the library every Saturday. The forest friends read and use the computer while Bunny swaps book recommendations with his book buddy, a little girl named Josie. When Josie admits she’s nervous about starting school, Bunny and his pals come up with a plan. (Hint: Don’t be shocked to see Squirrel in the school gym or Bird in the music room.)
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If you were going to have an animal as a member of your class, what animal would it be?
A sheepdog to herd your wayward students where they need to go? A friendly lion to call the class to attention? A wise old owl to inspire thoughtful questions? So many fun possibilities!
Here are some other fun possibilities for you to explore this week:
Invite an author to your classroom—for free! Author Alane Adams travels all over the country spreading her message that reading is a superpower. Learn more about inviting Alane to your school and download free book club materials at alaneadams.com.
Create a culture of literacy in your class. The upcoming ILA 2019 annual conference focuses on how to inspire students and set them up for greater success. The conference will be held October 10–13 in New Orleans. See the list of speakers and learn more at literacyworldwide.org/conference.
Provide students with an endless stream of stories in their native languages at storyweaver.org.in. Choose a level and language, then students can read, save, and download books. Stories are available in over 100 languages. It’s all free!
If I got to choose an animal for my classroom, I’d hope for a giraffe. I could use a little help getting items off of high shelves.