Books Teachers Love: February Books


Hey friends! Another edition of Books Teachers Love is here!
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My book is about the ever so famous, Susan B. Anthony.
The book walks the kids through election time in the 1870’s
Susan B. Anthony illegally casts her ballot for president.
If you have an account with BrainPop, there is a great video to help explain Susan B. Anthony!
Once the kids have some background to who Susan B. Anthony is, I will read them the book!
Now that the kids know who she is, it is time for them to create!
One of the quickest and easiest ways to assess students understudying of material AND integrate technology is a simple 4 square!
Download the app: PicCollage
Create a 4 square
Answer the following questions:
What did she do?
Why is she famous?
What character traits describe Susan B. Anthony, why?
You can use this idea for any topic!
I just used this four square idea for types of energy!
Kids had to define and insert a picture of that type of energy in the school.
I like to have my kids upload their finished products to SEESAW so their parents can view it.
Want to learn more about Seesaw?
Enter in our giveaway for a chance to take home these four amazing books!
Don’t forget to pin the image below so you can reference these books for next year!
I hope this was a Peppy Zesty idea for you!




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3 Comment

  1. Reply
    One Sharp Bunch by Ashley Sharp
    January 10, 2016 at 2:43 pm

    Amber, you are seriously the queen of technology! Once we get our classroom iPads, you are going to be my go-to girl! Thank you so much for sharing your book! I'm definitely going to add this one to my collection too!

    One Sharp Bunch

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    Easy Teaching Tools
    January 10, 2016 at 4:44 pm

    What an awesome assessment tool that the kids will love! I'm feeling burned out on assessments so this is perfect!

  3. Reply
    Jessica Plemons
    January 10, 2016 at 7:54 pm

    What a great book for February, and an amazing way to use technology! You're awesome, thanks for sharing!

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