Is your stress level astronomically high?
It's that time of year, I guess.
What better to relieve stress than a Girls Night Out?
That's just what Antoinette and I had tonight with 5 of our close teacher friends.
We were finally in the same place at the same time! (For those of you who are new to our blog, we used to work in the same building, but Antoinette is now a Teaching and Learning Coach at 2 other buildings.)
We all aired our grievances, shared stories, and had plenty of laughs.
We even talked about some teaching ideas, hopefully we will get around to sharing them soon.
How do you relieve stress this time of year?
Now onto something you can possibly use!
We are talking about narrative non-fiction in my classroom.
So of course I had to read Tarra & Bella.
I really wanted to emphasize to the kids that narrative nonfiction can be great for kids that don't like non fiction. Heart warming and emotional, not just facts.
I had several other examples for kids to read during readers workshop.
Of course they are all knew:
and a Show Me Award (MO book award) nominee:
What books do read to start a more in depth study of non-fiction?