My Favorite Picture Books by Black Authors and Illustrators Reading books that center BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, and People of Color) characters is important, especially for white families. Children need to see people of all colors, races, religions, backgrounds, and orientations in their life and their reading materials! It helps to build flexible thinking and a... Continue Reading →
November Learning Theme
What's in store for all Sharing Circle Education subscribers for the month of November? Here's a little sneak peak! The above photo is a clue. Can you guess the theme for November? Click the link above for a sneak peek video. Not a subscriber but want fun stories, songs, and other learning inspiration for children... Continue Reading →
New Story Time For Subscribers!
Will sweet Stumpkin get to be a Jack O'Lantern for Halloween? Come listen to one of my favorites, Stumpkin by Lucy Ruth Cummins, and find out! Click on Stumpkin to see the story time video. After listening, you can head on over to the Sharing Circle Classroom for some Stumpkin-themed art activities! Want to see... Continue Reading →
New Fun Stuff For October
New Books Lists and Activities are posted in the Sharing Circle Classroom! More activities will come throughout the week, and lots of videos all month long! Want fun stories, games, and activities for children ages three to eight? Join the circle! Log in
Activity Video For Subscribers!
Want to make a mini folded book with one piece of paper and a scissor? Check out this video to learn how! https://videopress.com/v/T6Ye6epL?resizeToParent=true&cover=true&posterUrl=https%3A%2F%2Fsharingcircleeducationcom.files.wordpress.com%2F2022%2F09%2Funtitled-1200-c397-628-px-copy.jpg&preloadContent=metadata&useAverageColor=true For printable instructions, head on over to the Sharing Circle Classroom and look in the Printable Pages section under Foldable Book. Supplies Needed: Paper, Scissor, and Your Imagination! What will you make... Continue Reading →