A handful of books I’ve read recently that stuck with me. Two teaching-related books, a biography, a book about, like, everything, and one great sci-fi novel.
A reader asked for some non-fiction books appropriate for middle elementary, but also challenging enough for a gifted reader. Here’s what the crowd came up with!
I thought I’d start sharing some of my favorite readings of the month, whether tweets, blogs, or full on novels.
Lots and lots of friends on Facebook and Twitter sent in their favorite books to use with gifted kids. Enjoy!
A reader was looking for examples of high-quality books for gifted/talented 4th and 5th graders, but she was constrained to a lexile range of 900-1000. Here are the recs I received…
Many readers sent in recommendations for sci-fi and fantasy stories for gifted readers. I’ve gathered these together here as a growing collection.
Looking for something to read this summer? Here are a few sorta-teaching-related texts I’ve enjoyed.
With Halloween approaching, it’s a great time to expose students to some spooky classics. Lucky for us, many of these stories are in the public domain and freely available in many formats.
The public domain is a rich collection of creative works whose copyrights have expired. More than ever we have incredible access to this art and literature. Public domain images and writings add depth to lessons and expose students to classic works.