The Classroom Bookshelf gives teachers and educators a comprehensive guide across the curriculum, including Primary Sources, Answers to Hard Questions, Author and Illustrator Study, and much more.
Pair this book for young readers with THE BOY WHO DREW BIRDS: THE STORY OF JOHN JAMES AUDUBON by Jacqueline Davies, as well as Jane Yolen’s, Owl Moon. All three books introduce readers to a bevy of birds.
The Classroom Bookshelf created a detailed and valuable resource guide including references, links, as well as Teaching Ideas and Invitations for grades kindergarten and up.
The Classroom Bookshelf created a detailed and valuable resource guide including references, links, as well as curriculum activities Thinking in Pictures, Teaching Ideas and Invitations, and more, for grades kindergarten and up.
Who was Horace Pippin? Here’s a video to find out more.
There are a number of great ways to share this picture book biography with readers of all ages. Download the EDUCATOR’S GUIDE, the ACTIVITY KIT including templates for making finger puppets and designing your own parade balloons.
Here’s a short video celebrating the Texas Bluebonnet Nomination.
The University of Minnesota Kerlan Collection created the Engineering of a Picture Book, a comprehensive digital resource about the making this picture book biography.
Author Jacqueline Davies created a stunning Educator’s Guide, including activities linking to science and technology, extinction, migrating, and nature journaling, to name a few.