Relief Teaching Ideas

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Book Recommendations

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I love books! So much in fact, that at one point I considered opening my own little book store. The economic realities of such a venture stopped me. I’m always looking for new books to add to my own private collection though.
On my Facebook page we often have people asking for book recommendations.
This post is something I’ve been wanting to do since I started Relief Teaching Ideas; create a list of book recommendations, made by teachers, for teachers!
Thank you to all of those who contributed their favourite books that they like to use in the classroom. I’ve started compiling people’s answers, adding them to some of my own, and now have this document to share. It is still very much a work in progress. There are so many more books that can be added and more learning opportunities that can be inspired by these pieces of literature! Ideally, I would love to have activities typed out for each book. Time prevents me from doing so now, but I hope to continue to add to this document throughout the year.
I have both a PDF & Word version for you to download & use as you wish. With the Word version you can add to it & make it your own.

Book Recommendations Word
Book Recommendations PDF

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Disclaimer: These are recommendations only. It is important to read these books first yourself, to determine if the content is appropriate for the needs of your students and your lesson objectives. The age recommendations are only a guide. I sometimes use junior picture books for older grades too, depending on the lesson’s objective.

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5 thoughts on “Book Recommendations

  1. HI,
    I am nominating you for a Leibster Award. Check out my blog for further info. You have a great blog here, and I love the ideas that you share! litcoachblog.wordpress.com
    Mel 😀

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