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!
Colorful Pages got to be apart of the 2019 Seattle Ethnic Studies Institute this week. I wanted to create a post about some of the books we have on display at the 2019 Seattle Ethnic Institute for our virtual followers. The following titles are books that educators, librarians, and families can use to build their ethnic studies lessons and libraries! We will cover three books for elementary and three books for secondary.
n addition, it is important for all readers to see other races and cultures in the books we use for Guided Reading Groups. When we do this, we are showing that diversity and cultural appreciation is as foundational in our classroom communities as phonics and reading comprehension. To help classrooms, families, and libraries, I have compiled a list of my favorite diverse books for Guided Reading Groups.
Recent research has proven the racism that lies within Dr. Seuss. Colorful Pages is presenting book/lesson alternatives to Dr. Seuss so that you can pick Anti-Racism over "Tradition".
There is a Racial Justice Gap in our nation! Learn two steps to start to close the gap.
Welcome to Colorful Pages! Are you ready to create a Colorful Classroom? Recently our nation has been plagued with some horrific events, especially for people of color. Sometimes it seems as if every time it gets better, there is something lurking to smother color and culture. As teachers, librarians, and parents, we want to make … Continue reading 3 First Steps for Creating Colorful Classrooms