Today we learn about how even though we are all unique and different, in many ways we are also the same! We read Everybody by Elise Gravel and Same, Same but Different by Jenny Sue Kostecki-Shaw.
Break your students into groups of 4 and provide them with a list of questions. Find out all the ways in which they are the same and all of the ways they are different! Here is a sample handout you can use. For younger, non-reading students, you can ask questions and tally the answers on the board.
I am so happy to welcome our students and teachers back to the library space! To help celebrate the start of this new school year, I am reading ‘If You take A Mouse to School’ by Laura Numeroff and illustrated by Felicia Bond.
Today’s wonderful story is Bee Love (Can Be Hard) and is written by former Supreme Court Justice, NFL Pro, and grandfather, Alan Page. It is co-written by his daughter and school teacher Kamie Page. And the artwork is by illustrator David Geister.
For more bee stories, check out this storytime video;