November 11, 2019
This week’s recommendation, How to Babysit a Grandpa, comes from Mrs. Koller. As we prepare for Thanksgiving and think about spending time with our family, this is the perfect book! This is Mrs. Koller’s favorite book, as she says that the events in the story are very humorous, and her class always enjoys reading it. She also said the text structure helps her students with their own writing!
November 4, 2019
Showing respect for an “enemy” is a great way to turn a relationship around. Dad knows this, and helps out in a big way!
(Check out the link above and you can enjoy the story being read by a member of the Screen Actors Guild.)
October 28, 2019
There are many books about safety that you may wish to consider for your child. Here is another list of recommendations.
October 21, 2019
We encourage you to check out these titles about safety for your child.
October 14, 2019
Here is collection of books we recommend for you and your child!
The Recess Queen by Alexis O’NeillIn The Recess Queen, we meet mean Jean, who rules the playground by bullying kids. She must do everything first and the other kids obey and try to stay out of her way. However, when a new student joins the school, things start to change. Mean Jean learns a valuable lesson in this relatable story.ctober 15, 2019
October 7, 2019
Engage your child in great discussion regarding fire safety by reading, No Dragons for Tea, written by Jean E. Pendziwol.
September 30, 2019
The book recommendation this week is Unselfie, by Dr. Michele Borba. For parents who attended Open House, this is the text I mentioned that all Waverly staff will be reading this year.
September 23, 2019
Franklin’s Neighborhood by Paulette Bourgeois
September 16, 2019
Be My Neighbor, by Maya Ajmera and John D. Ivanko celebrates neighborhoods around the world.
September 9, 2019
Todd Parr’s entire bibliography is full of picture books about loving your family and your neighbors and your community and the world you live in. His newest, Love the World, is no different, highlighting the ideas of peace and unity within the global community.
September 2, 2019
Here are some suggestions of book titles to share at home to help your child adjust to the start of the school year.
Wemberly Worried, by Kevin Henkes
My name is Yoon, by Helen Recorvitz
Here are some other texts you may wish you consider to prepare your child for the first days of school:
The Berenstain Bears Go to School by Jan and Stan Berenstain
First Day Jitters by Julie Danneberg
Junie B. First Day of First Grade by Barbara Park
Amelia Bedelia First Day of School by Herman Parish
Kindergarten, Here I Come! By D.J. Steinberg
How Do Dinosaurs Go to School? By Jan Yolen and Mark Teague
If you’d like to read a wonderful story about the library, and friendship, check out “Library Lion” as read by Mindy Sterling:
(This is one of my favorite books!)
(Edited by Eastchester Schools Moodle Administrator - original submission Sunday, 28 April 2019, 11:29 PM)