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This 2020 CBCA Noteable is a story about sharing and cooperating rather than bullying and taking over. Teaching printables for this book include making a “Say No To Bullies” poster, a match words to their shape graphology activity, Venn diagram information sorting, rhyming words, how to draw a possum and enlarging a picture using a grid as guidance.
This 2019 Caldecott Winning and 2020 CBCA Noteable book is beautifully illustrated and follows the life of a Light House Keeper through his loneliness, joy, love and eventual forced retirement. Printable activities include a spot the difference, comprehension, time sheet, research and drawing activity.
Charlie’s Shell is all about being happy with who you are and standing up to bullies. There are printables on anti-bullying poetry, literacy activities, art and craft snail making, puzzle and game resources.
This 2019 Caldecott Honor Book is a Pay It Forward story where Omu’s good deeds are returned quickly and in abundance. Teaching printables and activities include a word match, a picture collage activity and more!
A story about love for another person be they young, old, the same as you or different. Literacy activities include questioning What Makes A Friend, How To Make Friends, Shape Poetry and Persuasive Writing.
A bright and colourful rhyming story about animals and the hair styles they choose to wear. Teaching activities include art and craft hair styles, find-a-word, matching words and word shapes.
This 2019 Batchelder Award honors book is an interesting story about accepting who we are and where we find ourselves in life. This story is interspersed with sayings and phrases as one young boy discovers that he can be happy he just has to choose to let happiness in. Activities include understanding sayings, making an origami fox, learning about your parents and pottery.
This 1963 Caldecott winning book is a classic story of one boy’s day of discovery in the snow. From snowmen, to snow angels to the discovery that snow disappears when you bring it inside where it is warm. Activities for this book include drawing snow angels, handwriting, water as matter flow chart, opposites and making a personal snow flake.
This is the true story of one amazing man who worked to pay for his freedom. That of his wife, son, mother, brothers, sisters, aunts and uncles and how this changed the course of history for a lot of people. 2018 winner of the New Voices Award activities for this book include calculating the cost of William “Bill” Lewis’s freedom and that of his family, a comprehension on what slavery was and what it is today and a research activity on segregation and various freedom fighters.
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