I thought that this was a good book for spring, but I think that it can be implemented into any curriculum. I like that the book had so many interesting points; imagination, sharing, spring, responsibility, planting and hard-work. Bunny imaged a garden with big juicy tomatoes, but he wasn’t responsible and didn’t do what he was supposed to do. Bear worked hard to get what he wanted, then shared them with Bunny. Spring is a good time for planting certain fruits and vegetables.
Speak up for yourself, and negotiate more pay.
If the student is in your class, why wouldn’t you educate yourself on their holidays and celebrations. Isn’t that building a relationship with them?
Inside, Outside Christmas by Robin Spowart Here is a book to get your students talking about Christmas and everything they see inside and outside. It is a simple book about…
How do they celebrate Christmas in Canada?
Here is a picture of the “Lamingtons” courtesy of “Merry Christmas Everywhere” Greetings: Happy or Merry Christmas.” As Early Childhood educators it is always important to know a little about…
Consider the *Whole Child*
Reading to your child/students covers many domains of learning
Don’t forget what works in Early Childhood
Curriculum ideas from the book; “A Night light for bunny.
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