Are your students patient? I didn’t think so! In that case your kiddos will relate to this book, in which an impatient caterpillar wants to become a butterfly. But it takes soooooo loooooong…. Can he do it?
To enter our random drawing, submit a comment to this blog to let us know when you’re most likely to be impatient. (Update: Congratulations to Tracey, our lucky winner!) Send your comment by Wednesday, February 27; one lucky teacher will be randomly selected to win.
Here are some other freebies and goodies that I’m passing on this week:
The 2019 Dr. InBaeYoon Invent It Challenge has K–12 students dreaming up a new tool to enhance older people’s lives. Get all of the details at inventitchallenge2019.epals.com. Prizes include a trip to Washington, DC.
Working on a class or school yearbook? This year try Shutterfly. You’ll get ready ready-to-use to-do lists, quick tips, sample yearbook pages, and more. Yearbooks can be 20–111 pages. Take a look at shutterfly.com/yearbook.
Help spread kindness throughout your school with free K–8 lesson plans from Kindness in the Classroom. Download free samples or create a free account and get all of the lessons at randomactsofkindness.org.
I could use a little more patience every day. The very impatient caterpillar may be my new hero!
Waiting patiently for you to submit your comments,
PS: Learning magazine now has a free digital mini-mag. Check it out here.