Category Archives: Library Resources

New Titles : October reading pile

Benny Doesn’t Like to be  Hugged  [by Zetta Elliot; Illustrated by Purple Wong] is about the difficulties kids with Autism can experience. The book is written from Benny’s friends’ perspectives. Vibrant images depicting kids with autism interacting with friends and the acceptance … Continue reading

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Featured Activity Kit: Color Mixing Glasses

Looking for a creative way to increase a young student’s interest in Science? Introducing, Color Mixing Glasses. This activity kit will create excitement, interest and learning in your classroom! Colour theory is taught through a variety of interactive colour glass … Continue reading

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New Titles: Identity and Education

Who Are You? The Kid’s Guide to Gender Identity by Brook Pessin-Whedbee This book introduces children to gender as a spectrum by talking about how individuals experience gender differently. By assuring children that it is okay to talk about how … Continue reading

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Featured Activity Kit: Squishy Circuits

Looking for an exciting and educational way to teach your students about electrical circuits?  Squishy Circuits may be the thing you’ve been searching for! With Squishy Circuits, electrical circuits can be installed without the need of breadboards or soldering. Instead, … Continue reading

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New Titles

Check out some New Titles to help plan for your student’s transition back into learning! Malala: Activist for Girls’ Education by Raphaële Frier ; illustrated by Aurélia Fronty. Education should be a fundamental right for all, including girls. This concept is based … Continue reading

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