Do you have students who are like peanut butter and jelly? No, I don’t mean they’re sticky. (Well, maybe at lunchtime, just a little). These are kids who are terrific on their own but together make up a dynamic duo. Kids know that everything seems just a little bit better (or a little less worse) with friends by their sides.
Alfred A. Knopf
Put a Sock in It? Only if It’s Recycled!
What do you think your students do with a sock that has a hole in it? Chances are, they pitch it in the trash. But here’s something to teach them: Textiles should never go in the trash. Even worn, torn, and stained items can be recycled and reused. Get free resources to teach about textile recycling and enter to win a $200 Amazon gift card!
Children’s Books: Serving Up a Few More Favorites
Sample these reviews of terrific new children’s books! Plus, if you post a comment on our blog by Tuesday, November 3, you could win a copy of Come to the Fairies’ Ball, by Jane Yolen. One lucky reader will win!