Invisible String--I have used this book not only with kids that have loved ones far away or had died, but have shown them how much support they have by having the student draw a circle in the middle of the paper and then draw lines (the invisible strings) to their loved ones (living or dead or in any location) and the loved ones were represented by a circle also. This became a wonderful visual for the child to see how much support and love they have in their lives.
Julia Green Elementary School in Nashville, TN would like to build a community through healthy food & nutritional information while providing a complete educational curriculum to enhance vitality, and sustainability for the future. At present it is just beds - but they’ve received our ADA compliance and now we'd like to expand it to be an outdoor classroom. #diggingdeeper
Yet by mholtzen I started using the word “Yet” with my students a couple years ago. When a child says, “But I don’t get it,” or “I can’t do this,” which happens often in my land of perfectionists, I add the word, “Yet” to the end of their declaration.