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The Missing Mitten Mystery {Primary Flourish}

This book companion has various  ’The Missing Mystery' cross-curricular activities: Reading: Summarizing the story, Spelling: Word making with the word: mitten, Math: Smitten with Mittens addition game and Narrative Writing graphic organizer and writing paper.

Are we really talking January?!  Yep!  We are here again this month to provide inspiration and resources to help you add sparkle to your January lesson plans!  Look at all these great books we have for you!

Gingerbread Baby {Primary Flourish}

The Gingerbread Baby by Jan Brett is the much-loved story of the gingerbread man retold with a delightful twist!  Somebody opened the oven door before the gingerbread man was finished baking and out jumped the Gingerbread Baby!

A Turkey for Thanksgiving (Primary Flourish)

November provides so many fun thematic teaching opportunities!  Books are a great way to introduce standards in other curricular areas.  We have 12 amazing books and activities for you this month!
A Turkey for Thanksgiving by Eve Bunting is a delightful story about the Moose family at Thanksgiving.  The illustrations are totally engaging and add sweet charm to this story.
A Turkey for Thanksgiving is a delightful story about the Moose family at Thanksgiving.  The whimsical illustrations are totally engaging and add a sweet charm to this story.

Scarecrow (Primary Flourish)

Scarecrow by Cynthia Rylant is a lovely story about a scarecrow who has other things going on in his head than doing his job of scaring crows away.  We are entertained and challenged to live a little more fully, as the scarecrow does . . .
Scarecrow by Cynthia Rylant is a lovely story about a scarecrow who has other things going on in his head than doing his job of scaring crows away.  We are entertained and challenged to live a little more fully, as the scarecrow does . . .

Is that a Fact?

Teaching the difference between facts and opinions is such an important comprehension skill for students - actually, for all of us!
Just because we saw it on TV or read it on the internet does not make it a fact.
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