How to Use Children's Literature to Teach

~ Free Learning Resource Guide ~

Hey Friends!!! Something I have noticed when working with teachers is how little children's literature is used in the classroom. Oftentimes children's literature is a "read once and put away for next year" resource ~ a one and done mentality.


Unfortunately, putting these books away for another year

is leaving TONS of lessons in the closet!!


I want to help you use a text several times in a variety of ways to support your students' developing literacy skills, regardless of grade level or learning needs.


My goal in this "All Are Welcome Literacy Resource Guide" is to share several lesson ideas and provide more inspiration, so you can look at children's literature as a multiple use resource! From this perspective, you'll be able to use any text to teach reading and writing skills and strategies with ease.


I also have three videos lessons (reading, writing, word study) sharing this book in action to help you get started. With some guidance, soon you'll be able to look at a piece of text with another instructional perspective and developing lessons to support your learners.


Are you ready?


Let's get started uncovering the multifaceted learning opportunities

you can have right here in this text, All Are Welcome!

How to Teach Children's Literature Resource Guide ~ All Are Welcome by Alexandra Penfold

Go ahead and download this FREE resource with 20+ reading, writing, and word study lesson ideas to inspire you usage of this book, All Are Welcome!

Then hop over to my YouTube channel, The Digital Teacher Blog, and see three lessons in action along with instructional comments to assist you every step of the way.


I love to hear from educators and how you are using these resources. Tag me on social media and let me know how this free resource is helping you with your learners.

If you have any questions or have trouble accessing the information you requested, please send me an email, so I can help you out.


I appreciate you!!

~ Dr. Annette

The Digital Teacher Blog

annette@thedigitalteacherblog.com

https://thedigitalteacherblog.com