Great resources for strategies to teach with primary resources.
I really like my new bag that I got, and so does Raven, the cat.
Although the site has lots of information on books for children, it has a great section focused on books to get boys reading. http://www.kidsreads.com/features/great-books-for-boys
Teen Reads is a great site for teens who are looking for ideas about what books to read. It has an Ultimate Reading List comprised of books that are “compelling, beautifully written, pure fun, thought-provoking or edge-of-your-seat gripping; books that we would hand to someone and say, ‘read this!'”
Made me think of this…
This site has an extensive list of well-done book talks. Check it out! http://www.digitalbooktalk.net/browse-books/trailer-list/
I am not meaning this as a commentary on the current educational system, but I thought it was interesting to see the two lists.
A great lesson for reading, writing, or social studies. http://www.classtools.net/blog/create-a-tweet-for-a-fictionalhistorical-character/