That's Bad! That's Good! On Santa's Journey is a book that I am using to help teach my young students about choice. After reading this story, we talk about the fact that good and bad things happen. Then we discuss making good choices. I play a game with the students called Good Choice vs. Poor Choice. I say a choice out loud, if I say a good choice the students do a certain action and if I say a poor choice the students do another action. Check out the game below.
How the Grinch Stole Christmas is a classic book that can help teach children the true meaning of Christmas. After reading this story, the class brainstorms ways to give to others. I use an anchor chart to document the ideas. The poster can hang in the classroom to remind the students ways to give to others. This helps create a great classroom environment while teaching kids the true meaning of Christmas.
Merry Un-Christmas is my favorite Christmas story. This is a great story that helps teach children not to take blessings for granted.
"For God so loved the world, that He gave His only begotten Son, that whoever believes in Him shall not perish, but have eternal life." - John 3:16
This website is for all the Tennesseans reading my blog. We have the opportunity to use the free Tennessee Electronic Library. This website has a lot for awesome attractions for educators. I have used this website to help teach career, counseling standards by using a database that lets the students research different careers.