Episode Twenty: Our Favorite Winter Books - Mrs. Wills Kindergarten

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Episode Twenty: Our Favorite Winter Books

December 9 Deedee 1 min read

Join Deedee and Adam as they share some of their favorite winter books to use in your classroom!

Here are some of the books we mentioned in this episode:

Winter Dance
Snow
The Snowy Day
Ice Bear
The Snowbelly Family of Chillyville Inn
The Missing Mitten Mystery
Snow Day
The Emperor’s Egg

Find additional winter read-aloud book suggestions by clicking here

About the Podcast

The Classroom Collaborative Podcast is a show about teaching, classroom, and education. We tackle new classroom tips and tricks in every episode.

About Your Hosts

Deedee Wills is an early childhood educator, instructional coach, and international educational consultant. She is also the author of the award-winning blog, Mrs. Wills Kindergarten.

Adam Peterson is a kindergarten teacher, nationally recognized speaker, and educational consultant. He also the creator of the popular YouTube channel, TeachersLearn2.com.

I hope you enjoyed this episode! See you on the next one!

Deedee & Adam

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2 Comments

  • Dorothy December 9 at 7:36 pm

    Hi Deedee,
    I love listening to The Classroom Collaborative! You and Adam always have great advice with a fun twist. I would love to hear yours and Adams ideas about journal writing in the K/1 classroom. We have a daily time block for journal writing with no prompts. What did journal writing look like in your classrooms? How did you use this work to help move students forward without marking up their writing? What were your expectations for journal writing at the K/1 level?
    Thanks so much,
    Dorothy

    • Deedee December 29 at 8:31 am

      Thanks for listening! We use a series of rubrics for writers workshop. Most students write a story with 5-6 sentences with beginning capitalization, ending punctuation, and word wall words spelled correctly. Phonetic approximations for the other words is accepted and applauded. I hope that helps.

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