Children's Books are a wonderful addition to every classroom. Educational Toys are another way to improve your classroom. Entertain your student's in their free time with fun and educational Children's Books.
When you're not explicitly teaching the necessary curriculum, educational diversions, such as Children'sBooks are a great way to keep your children entertained on a break. Many Children's stories have educational values intertwined with the text to continue teaching in non traditional ways.
Take a break from teaching to read your students abook for a small amount of time each day. If the story is too long, read it over the span of a few days. Your children will look forward to continuing thebook each day. You can even use children's stories as rewards for well behaved classrooms.
- Classic Children'sBooks are timeless stories that have been read to students by teachers for years. Books like Call of the Wild and Charlie & the Chocolate Factory can be assigned to read as homework for older students. Divide your classroom into reading groups by giving your students a choice of a fewbooks to read. Each week, have the reading groups meet for a discussion of the assigned chapters. Reading groups are a great way to stimulate discussions and critical thinking about the themes and occurrences in thebook's chapters.
- Math Children's Books are a great way to spice up any mathematic curriculum. Divert from traditional teaching methods with stories like Grapes of Math, which teaches counting and problem solving in an innovative way.
- Invite in the holidays with Holiday and Seasonal Children'sBooks. These entertainingbooks are all complete with holiday motifs that with enhance every holiday. Get your children excited for the season with these fun Children's Stories.
- Newberry Medal Books are all excellent storybooks that have been awarded the prestigious literary award. These classic stories are a great way to add new topics and ideas to your curriculum.