Monday, June 8, 2015

"Books that Stretch Children's Thinking," NAEYC

This blog has a very predictable format; however, this morning I am deviating from that format to call attention to a list of books developed by NAEYC that promote children's thinking.  Systems thinking instruction, after all, is about giving learners as many tools as possible to think more deeply and communicate more clearly.

The link below connects to NAEYC's list, which features the following titles:   Round Like a Ball, Not a Box, Not a Stick, Just How Long Can a String Be? and Duck! Rabbit!  You can expect to see these books featured in future posts on this blog, but in the meantime check out these suggestions by NAEYC and begin to make your own thinking connections.

http://families.naeyc.org/learning-and-development/reading-writing/books-stretch-childrens-thinking