Category Archives: Educator Resources

Lesson plans, activity guides, and helpful tips from our literacy specialist and guest educators.

New classroom guides, discussion questions, and more

We’ve created lots of new content this February to help you extend the experience of reading our books long after the last page has been turned. Here are some of our newest resources to go with our titles:

Free Classroom Guides for:
First Come the Zebra
John Lewis in the Lead

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Forever Leaf

The odd and the beautiful are photos taken from the streets of New York City, our commutes, and our travels. Sometimes humorous, often times unusual, they offer a taste of life in the big city and beyond.

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Modern Superheroes

Green Lantern and Superman
Comic Con 2010

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A Lunch at the Museum

The odd and the beautiful are photos taken from the streets of New York City, our commutes, and our travels. Sometimes humorous, often times unusual, they offer a taste of life in the big city and beyond.

Audience Participation

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Row, Row, Row, Your Boat…

The odd and the beautiful are photos taken from the streets of New York City, my commute, or from my travels. Sometimes humorous, often times unusual, they offer a taste of life in the big city.

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This Truck Has a Name

The odd and the beautiful are photos taken from the streets of New York City, my commute, or from my travels. Sometimes humorous, often times unusual, they offer a taste of life in the big city.

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Fish Lover

fish pants
Awesome Fish Pants

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Seed Paper Update: Sign of Life!

Two weeks ago, we started an office project: planting seed paper, printable paper that contains wildflower seeds.

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Rock On!

Rock on crossing signal
Rock on crossing signal

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The Daily Commute

a fellow commuter
a fellow commuter

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