Starting Black History Month with studying Born on the Water is the move! This book is written and illustrated by @nikolehannahjones @nikkolas_smith and Renee Watson! The words in this book are not only so powerful, but the illustrations are so lovely and just as powerful as well.
It is just what is needed to continue the learning of Black History. Check out 1619books.com to get educator guides for grades K-8, 9-12 and for leaders of buildings/districts as well!
Check it out and the new documentary on @hulu as well! 🔥🖤 #blackhistorymonth #blackhistory #blacklivesmatter #bookds #bookstagram #booksforkids #booksforlearning #reader #read #reading
Hello fellow teachers and friends! This is my second time setting up a blog. Don't laugh!! I hope that I can keep it up! It is definitely something that I have been wanting to do for a long time. So here it goes! I’ve was in the classroom for 13th years as an elementary school teacher. It is amazing to think that! I can't believe that I have taught four years in first grade, seven years in second grade, and two years in fifth grade! The bulk of my teaching was in the state of Virginia and the rest in Georgia. My 13 years teaching have taught me a lot about authentic teaching, life long learning and the dreaded state testing all while adjusting to a higher grade level. I truly feel that those years upped my level teaching in ways that I never could have imagined! I am now an Instructional Coach! This blog will be my journey. Hopefully you will stick with me!
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