Dinosaur Book Resources for Pre-K & Kindergarten

While working on this dinosaur post series, I thought it might be nice to add a list of our favorite dinosaur books and resources that we’ve found and used throughout our dinosaur unit study.

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Ice Storm Downtime

The storm we were prepping for finally hit!

Of course, the usual indoor activities of Netflix, playing “dinosaur” – a glorified game of chase – and lots of naps have happened too. I’m working hard on being content in the quiet, still moments. I’m glad God reminded me this weekend to slow down a little with this beautiful storm.

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Our Minimalist Calendar Time

Any other teachers out there excited about a fresh start, new activities/curriculum, or even new d√©cor for the new year? I am 110% that nerdy teacher who gets pumped about changing bulletin boards. Fair warning. ūüėÄ

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Library Dramatic Play: A Wintry Invitation

So it’s 20 degrees with a windchill of who-knows-let’s-not-go-outside-to-find-out where we live! So with¬†lots of indoor play ahead, I put together this little invitation to play for my library-loving daughter to enjoy.

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Ten Beautiful Holiday Libraries

Is there nothing more cozy and cheery than a warm, bright library at Christmastime?

The Biltmore House photo below inspired this entire post, which is purely eye-candy for book lovers at Christmastime!

If you’re snowed in,¬†grab¬†a warm cup¬†of tea and take comfort in these cozy, Christmas-ready libraries.

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