Here's the weekly blogger share discussion... a little late this week. Is anyone else have a busy summer? I know I am! We don't have a video to share this week. We are actually going to try a different way to organize your posts into resource links that people can find right here at we teach. More info will be coming on that, but for now, just share one of your favorite posts from the week.
Also, each month we are going to try and have a few "themes". This month, we are looking for ideas for teaching boys and ideas for back to school. Again, you can share posts on any topic but if you have posts (old or new) on the themes, please share those also!
There are no rules in this thread, but it would be very nice if you visited the same number of links as you share.Look through and find one or two links of interest. Try to comment or share on the web in some way.
Simply add links to posts you'd like to share this week. Posts can be old or new. You can add a reason for others to visit or just leave the links to your best posts.
This is a great way to build a community of like minded bloggers, find new blogs, and get genuinely interested readers. A new thread is started every Tuesday. Share and read all week.
I'm looking forward to checking out Starters!
Nice list! Just discussing books with my 15-yr old who told me that anything the library has he can find on the internet :) Ugh! We haven't read 'Elsewhere' so I'll look into that.
Michelle, I have a books area on my site that I'm trying to get together - but I do have my favorites (without summaries right now) for teen historical fiction on one page. They are all great reads - Calpurnia's my favorite. I've only done 1 page on Squidoo (a local KC page) - is there a way to connect there with others?
Jackie, nice idea for a teen page. Any book by Karen Cushman or Avi is sure to be excellent. Sometimes I like books for teens as some of the adult books are too much for me! Carolyn
I completely agree Carolyn!
I like to read young adult books too.
Thanks for sharing some historical fiction!
You can connect a little in SquidU. It's a forum.
I visit lenses and connect that way at Squidoo.
Michelle, Great list. My 15 year old is always looking for new books. I am passing the list on to her! Thank you!
Thanks Tonya. If your 15 year old has some favorite books to share that would be great.
Haven't been here in a while (because I haven't BLOGGED in a while), but I have a new post up this week:
It's part of the #Kinderchat Summer Blogging Challenge, and any of you are welcome to join us! You don't have to be a kindergarten teacher, or even work in a school setting, to join in -- all kinds of teachers (including homeschoolers) and administrators are welcome.
Love to all - isn't summer blissful?
Yay! I'm so happy that you are back! I love the way you write. I bet you have some good back to school blog posts! Let me know and I'll add them to the resource page.
Love your list of how to teach on your blog! So true. Many teachers agree but can't say those things out-loud, so sad we can't be honest. Thanks! Carolyn