Today is Multicultural Children’s Book Day 2021! The book I am spot lighting is,The Pirate Princess, written by Alva Sachs @alva.sachs and illustrated by Patricia Krebs. This enjoyable story is about a young girl, named Madison, who was sad about it raining outside. She wanted to play with her friends outside and the plans were … Continue reading Multicultural Children’s Book Day!—The Pirate Princess
What this is NOT is a toxic positivity post. It is not posted to invoke any positive or negative feelings one way or another. (well…hopefully some encouragement) This is a research-based post. Let me say this first and foremost, it’s always safety first. Teachers, you deserve to feel safe and valued. If you don’t feel … Continue reading Teachers are the Secret Sauce!
Who doesn't remember growing up, building with LEGO Bricks and loving it? So simple, yet so powerful. And nothing beats the creativity of building with LEGO. Not only does it allow students to create, it helps them to learn to collaborate, discuss, play and have fun while doing it. LEGO Education creates educational products using … Continue reading The Wonders of LEGO®️ Education BricQ Motion