In this first post, we are going to give support in how to develop the reading skill of Wondering in your students at home. This includes a diverse book list and discussion questions to do at home.
Considering all of this, we are creating a series of blog posts called, “Colorful Pages at Home”. During this series, we will be posting several blog posts with a diverse book list and discussion questions focusing on a specific reading skill. Colorful Pages hopes to alleviate some of the stress of pseudo-homeschooling that is burdening our families due to the coronavirus.
Happy (almost) National Tell A Fairy Tale Day! On February 26, National Tell A Fairy Tale Day is celebrated in different settings. Celebrate with a diverse fairy tale!
Instead of Dr. Seuss Day or General Read Across America Day, participate in 2020 Read Across America with Colorful Pages Week. Check out this article to get a unit plan, worksheets, book list, and more online resources!
My students are rapidly developing their reading skills, so I have been trying to find more diverse early chapter books. Therefore, here is a list of 5 Diverse Early Chapter Books to add to your classroom, library, or home!
In order to help you participate in Indigenous Peoples Day within your home or school, I have composed a list of Ten Books By Indigenous Authors. It is very important to make sure Native people are the ones telling their own stories at all times, and especially during this day.
As I am sitting in my Tūtū’s house writing this article, I feel at peace, but also a strong sense of kuleana (responsibility) to make sure every teacher has resources to help eradicate negative stereotypes of Native Hawaiians and teach the richness of us. Therefore, I am listing 5 Books Featuring Native Hawaiian Characters for this Fast Five Friday.
The first day of school is rapidly approaching for us and may have already happened for some of you. Check out these Five Picture Boys for the First Day of School!
CM Harris's book explores diversity, identity, and intersectionality. Check out our interview with her as we discuss these topics!
When I finally got my hands on Daria Peoples-Riley's book, I was instantly captivated by her illustrations: Wow, just wow. I felt like I was right next to the main character, walking through a well-loved community. I just had to feature this book and author-illustrator on Colorful Pages! Luckily, when I reached out, Daria agreed to do an interview to discuss her own story and latest picture book.