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Resource of books and subject links

Discussion in 'Primary' started by MayBees, Jan 4, 2011.

  1. MayBees

    MayBees New commenter

    Hi. Long time lurker, first time poster ; )

    I was wondering if you knew of anywhere that has a list of children's books and ideas on how to use them in the curriculum? For example, Baa for Beginners by Deborah Fajerman has a different font for each 'baa' to convey the meaning, such as written in a shaky font to show scared (there must be a word for this, like onomatopoeia but by how the word looks on the page...). Anyway, do you know of a website that has something like this? I want to get more books and reading into the class schedule, and thought this would be a good way.

    Thanks in advance

    MayBees
     
  2. MayBees

    MayBees New commenter

    Hi. Long time lurker, first time poster ; )

    I was wondering if you knew of anywhere that has a list of children's books and ideas on how to use them in the curriculum? For example, Baa for Beginners by Deborah Fajerman has a different font for each 'baa' to convey the meaning, such as written in a shaky font to show scared (there must be a word for this, like onomatopoeia but by how the word looks on the page...). Anyway, do you know of a website that has something like this? I want to get more books and reading into the class schedule, and thought this would be a good way.

    Thanks in advance

    MayBees
     

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