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List of Reading Resources that include The Rag Coat

 

Scholastic Rag Coat Lesson Plan

Cantering the Country w/ CD by Loree Pettit and Dari Mullins

25 Mini-Lessons for Teaching Writing (Grades 3-6) by Adele Fiderer

Multicultural Literature and Response: Affirming Diverse Voices by Lynn Atkinson Smolen and Ruth A. Oswald Ph.D.

MegaSkills for Babies, Toddlers, and Beyond: Building Your Child's Happiness and Success for Lifeby Dorothy Rich Ed.D. and Beverly Mattox

Reading Together: Everything You Need to Know to Raise a Child Who Loves to Read by Diane W. Frankenstein

Activities for Building Character and Social-Emotional Learning Grades 3–5 (Safe & Caring Schools) by Katia S. Petersen

Raising Good Children: From Birth Through The Teenage Years by Thomas Lickona

A Picture Perfect Childhood by Cay Gibson

Mastering Basic Skills® Fourth Grade Activity Book by Brighter Child

The Wonder of It All: When Literature and Literacy Intersect by Nancy J Johnson and Cyndi Giorgis

The Story Hour Library Developing Character by Barbara J. Saylor

Helping Children Grieve: When Someone They Love Dies (Revised Edition) by Theresa M. Huntley

Lasting Impressions: Weaving Literature into the Writing Workshop by Shelley Harwayne

Getting Beyond "Interesting": Teaching Students the Vocabulary of Appeal to Discuss Their Readingby Olga M. Nesi

Teaching Memoir Writing: 20 Easy Mini-Lessons and Thought-Provoking Activities That Inspire Kids to Reflect on... by Perdita Finn

Picture Book Activities: Fun and Games for Preschoolers Based on 50 Favorite Children's Books byTrish Kuffner

The Children's Literature Lover's Book of Lists by Joanna Sullivan

Third Mind: Creative Writing Through Visual Art by Tonya Foster and Kristin Prevallet

Teaching Kids to Care & Cooperate: 50 Easy Writing, Discussion & Art Activities That Help Develop Responsibility... by Kathy Pike, Jean Mumper and Alice Fiske

Best Books for Children: Preschool Through Grade 6 (Children's and Young Adult Literature Reference) by Catherine Barr and John E. Gillespie

Reaching Out Through Reading: Service Learning Adventures with Literature by Carrie Sorby Duits and Adelle K. Dorman

Month-by-month Quilt & Learn Activities: 25 Easy, No-Sew Quilting Activities for Reading, Writing, Math, Social... by Kathy Pike, Jean Mumper and Alice Fiske

Social and Emotional Well-Being (Growing, Growing Strong) by Connie Jo Smith, Charlotte M. Hendricks and Becky S. Bennett

Turning on Learning: Five Approaches for Multicultural Teaching Plans for Race, Class, Gender and Disability by Carl A. Grant and Christine E. Sleeter

In the Company of Children by Joanne Hindley

Raising Spiritual Children: Cultivating a Revelatory Life by Patricia Mapes, Greg Mapes and John L. Sandford

The Librarian's Complete Guide to Involving Parents Through Children's Literature: Grades K-6 byAnthony D. Fredericks

For the Love of Reading by David Bouchard, Anne Letain, Sally Bender and Lucie Poulin-Mackey

Democratic Social Education: Social Studies for Social Change (Critical Education Practice) by David W. Hursh and E. Wayne Ross

Discovering Geography of North America with Books Kids Love by Carol J. Fuhler and Audra Loyal

 

 

 

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