Stumbled upon this little gem during a recent walk.
@LibrarianRyan has set up a fantastic year-long challenge that I am really looking forward to doing! It includes reading books from birth (picture books) through childhood and teen years (easy readers, middle grade, YA) to adulthood. Find the #BBRC details on her page!
Just signed up for @LibrarianRyan ‘s #BBRC reading challenge, which looks so fun! A chance/excuse to explore books in different age categories- I‘m using it as preparation for impending auntie-hood, as I‘m totally out of touch with younger childrens‘ books.
Thanks for running this Ryan - it looks great!
This is my favorite part of the end of the school year, when parents as me to write in their child's Oh the Places You'll Go book.
I know it takes time, but I put the effort in to write a Bible verse on every page. I hope they all appreciate it when they get it in years to come.
Train bound to Chicago!! Finally found Bookmarks magazine at B&N, one would think they would have more bookish mags sheesh! Baby girl is with my mom this weekend. 💗🌸
I love this book! I got it as a kindergarten graduation present that was meant to be a reference when I graduated high school. I read it once I graduated and it choked me up because the message is so inspiring, more-so than young children understand their first time reading it.
This famous P book encourages students to be excited about the future and to know that they will do great things. It is a great book for RA in the classroom and also for students to do an AS on Dr. Suess outside of the classroom. ESOL strategies 14 and 17 can be used while reading to students. ESOL strategy 46 can be used for students to create crafts related to the book and the future places they will go. UDL 7.3 can be used to keep students
One day until Dr. Seuss‘s birthday, and in honor of this special event, Kindergarten celebrated today.
This will always remain one of my favorite Seuss books due to its positivity and uplifting message.
And even though, bad things happen, as Dr. Seuss mentions, things will be good again.
“Your mountain is waiting... so get on your way!”
This has been my mood here lately. I feel like I‘ve been surrounded by lackluster people and people who love me for what I can do for them. So here‘s to reading more books this year, going on more trips this year, spending more time with Pat, spending more time with my best friend, and walking away from things that force me to be something other than myself. ❤️✨
1. I don't have a lot of travel experience unfortunately, so I tend to fall in love with almost everywhere I get to go. And I definitely fell in love with Scottsdale, Az when I went for the first time this past September.
2. I'm reading 2. Bath in England and Tuizelo in Portugal.
3. No idea.
4. Depends on my mood.
5. A suburb of Houston, Tx.
I have failed you!! I didn‘t post our last day yesterday. I apologize. I was having a ton of bad hip pain and just didn‘t even think about it. But here it is a day late!
What is the most important book you think every child should read?
Rhymes are form of poetry right 😊😉😊
A timeless inspiration for me. I like how the verses are realistic while brimming with #Positive reminders.
The detested Waiting Room, the place of frustration, hand-wringing, anxiety and fret, is integral part of Life. Yet we are reminded it's not permanent and better things continue to wait for us. #poetryMatters
This New York Times Bestseller is filled with an abundance of P and is a great book for a RA. This is the book one of my high school teachers read to my class senior year right before we went to graduation and there wasn‘t a dry eye in the room which shows you how impactful words can be and also how appropriate this book can be at any grade level. To assist you in your RA you can use https://youtu.be/PLH-CgYQG9g to read to the students. This
“On and on you will hike.
And I know you‘ll hike far
And face up to your problems
Whatever they are.”
And I will be with you every step of the way
Should you need me or not, be it night or by day.
#mylgabbi #drseuss #ohtheplacesyoullgo #gabbisbooks #childrensbook #raisingreaders #raisingreadersph
1. Florence, Italy. It‘s where my Grandma was born and raised, so it would be very special for me to go there. Also Ireland has always been at the top of my list.
3. J.K. Rowling, Dr. Suess, Shel Silverstein
4. Drive Route 66 beginning to end!
5. Nancy Drew......those were the first chapter books I remember reading when I was a kid and I thought she was so cool, lol!!
#tellmetuesday @Ke633 these were fun to answer!
Oh, The Places You‘ll Go by Dr. Seuss is a great F book for RA in kindergarten and even beyond. This book is very motivational for people of all ages, it gives students and adults the courage to do whatever they put their minds to and go wherever they want. I love the powerful message Dr. Seuss is conveying in the book. This book hasn‘t won any awards but it won the hearts of many people and is a beloved children‘s book.
I‘m super excited for this #HelloFromExchange! I‘ve done a decent amount of traveling in the US but haven‘t gotten everywhere yet! And maybe I‘ll just have to go to the place I get paired with. Thanks @bullbunny for hosting this!
#litsyswap #travel #adventure #mpls #twincities
1) I have avoided listening to the recording so I can‘t say 🤷♀️
2) definitely music! I always have my country stations blasting in the car or while I‘m trying to be productive at home
3) two Fridays ago for me 🙌
4) just finished my first year of grad school
#MS-STEP #UMN #gradlife #student #friyayintro @jesshowbooks #mpls #twincities
1. Yanny then Laurel then back again
2. Music or audiobooks I guess. High needs children so mostly meltdowns prevent hearing anything.
3. This Wednesday
4. My 3 year old is done with his first four months of preschool but hopefully we can continue therapy through summer break!
Such a proud mom today! My oldest daughter graduated valedictorian of her class. (I know this isn‘t book related, but I‘m proud.) 👩🏻🎓