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An excellent resource for teaching about planting, harvesting, and the life lesson on diligence.
Perfect for “Earth Day” and “Arbor Day.” A gentle reminder to me that I should never take trees for granted!
Some of my students’ favorites. Lends itself well to genre studies and comparing/contrasting with non-fiction texts about flies, worms, and spiders.
This is a cute story which is perfect for making predictions, inference skills, and some good wholesome laughter.
I love to use this one in May around “Cinco de Mayo.” It’s a fun story that can “spice” up your instruction.
Lucille Colandro’s books are always great for rhyme and repetition. I think I own all of them in the series!
I just love Jan Brett’s style of writing and illustrations. This one can be used in so many ways to connect with Easter, art, and writing.
I recently added this one to my collection, and it’s beautiful! It can really be used any time of the year because it shows the trees throughout each season. It’s a wonderful text for discussion about season changes and weather.