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Halloween Clipart and Free Games

Do you need some cute Halloween clipart?

I have several different clipart sets and digital papers to choose from.

And once you've had a look at those, be sure to check out some great Halloween games and freebies I have (links are at the bottom of the post).



Skelly the Skeleton Girl Review: Free Activities

I have a very sweet book to share with you, plus some free follow-up activities

It seems a little early in the season to share skeleton books, but I have it on my mind because I've been making sugar skull clipart for the last week. 

Cactus Books for Kids: Free Coloring Page

Hi Friends!

I've been making cactus clipart the last couple of weeks so I thought I'd look for some books about cacti and share those with you.


Clementina's Cactus by Ezra Jack Keats is a charming wordless picture book. It's a very sweet story about a man and his daughter, Clementina, who happen upon a lone cactus. The next morning they discover a beautiful cactus surprise!

I really enjoyed the gorgeous watercolour paintings.

And of course, wordless picture books are perfect for the classroom where you can create your own text in a shared writing format.

Cow on the Couch Book Review and Activities

I just received a copy of this brand new book, Cow on the Couch! I really got a kick out of this book and think it has great possibilities. Read on and I'll tell you why.

 
a cow on the couch book review


Stop Worrying: Every Little Thing Book Review and Activities

Every Little Thing by Bob Marley is one of my favourite books.

I bought it a couple of years ago and it quickly became my favourite!

 
Title: Every Little Thing

Author: Based on the Song "Three Little Birds" by Bob Marley

Adapted by: Cedella Marley

Illustrated by: Vanessa Brantley-Newton

Publishing: 2012, Chronicle Books

Suitable for Ages: 3 to 8

Theme: Fiction, Love, Children's Song

Peace Week in Miss Fox's Class: Book Review, Activities, Free Clipart


TitlePeace Week in Miss Fox's Class

Author/Illustrator: Eileen Spinelli, Anne Kennedy

Publishing: 2009, Albert Whitman & Company

Suitable for Ages: 4 to 8

Theme: Fiction, Peace, Getting Along

Opening Lines"The children in Miss Fox's class had been squabbling. And squabbling. Day after Day".

Brief Synopsis (from the book jacket)Miss Fox is tired of hearing her young students quarrel. So she announces Peace Week -- no more squabbling for one whole week! Soon, to their surprise, the little animals are finding that it's easy to help others, take turns, and say nice things, even when someone is grumpy to them.

Why I Recommend This Book
: Peace Week in Miss Fox's Class is one of those books that's perfect to read throughout the school year to gently remind your students about the importance of cooperating. Also, I was really surprised at how enthusiastically my own students responded to the book (see below).