Terrific Teacher Resources

It’s back to school time, and I’ve got some great resources related to my books for teachers!

She Spoke: 14 Women Who Raised Their Voices and Changed the World

This unique nonfiction picture book highlights 14 women who raised their voices and changed the world! Learn about these heroes and hear their inspiring words in their own voices at the touch of a button. Each entry features discussion questions ideal for the classroom.

Speak Up! Listen Up!: Using She Spoke in the Classroom: guest post at Pencil Tips: Writing Workshop Strategies from Children’s Authors and Illustrators

She Spoke Pinterest board – More links, clips, and recordings of the amazing women profiled in the book and more heroines you should know.

21 Printable Coloring Sheets That Celebrate Girl Power by Emily McCombs

 

Nita's First Signs final coverNita’s First Signs

Nita’s First Signs teaches ten essential signs for every parent and child to know, including eat, more, hungry, milk, all done, ball, play, love, please, and thank you. A simple story about Nita and her parents teaches each sign in context, and repetition throughout each story makes them easy to practice. Even better, each page slides open to reveal accurate instructions on how to make each sign, plus tabs on the side of each page make it simple to locate every sign for later reference.

Nita’s First Signs Teacher/Librarian Guide

Little Hands Signing Storytime & Craft Ideas

Teaching Sign Language to Kids with Nita’s First Signs at Babies to Bookworms

Also by Kathy MacMillan: Little Hands and Big Hands: Children and Adults Signing Together

Resources for Signing with Babies and Young Children

Resources for Signing in Storytime or the Classroom

Picture Books about ASL and Deaf Culture

Online coaching sessions for affordable, personalized professional development.

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