Our Projects

Take a look at some of our projects. If you work with or have young people in your life, feel free to download and use the resources with them. Don’t hesitate to share with others.

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Teaching Guide for I AM series by Susan Verde and Peter Reynolds

Here is a guide for how to use the beloved books: I AM YOGA, I AM PEACE, I AM HUMAN and I AM LOVE in classrooms or at home to celebrate mindfulness, creativity and human connection with children. These NY Times Bestsellers have become a go to for teachers and parents all over the country. This guide is full of ways to help students express their feelings through movement, discussion questions, activities and more.  The books are an essential addition to everyone’s library.

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Classroom Guide for MAX EINSTEIN – THE GENIUS EXPERIMENT (Book One)

This guide is full of interdisciplinary hands on activities that connect to multiple subject matters.  Our expert educator, Michelle Assaad, uses her experiences as a middle school STEAM specialist to find the most engaging ways to bring students into the world of Max Einstein.  An immediate NY Times #1 Bestseller, “Max is a heroine for the modern age and will be looked up to by readers for generations to come.”  We couldn’t agree more!

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Classroom Guide for BIRTH OF THE COOL: HOW JAZ GREAT MILES DAVIS FOUND HIS SOUND

This picture book offers a wide range of learning possibilities. For younger learners, it introduces Miles Davis in a vividly unique way by using art and language together.  For more mature readers, it adds depth and texture as a source of biological information.  Through rich discussion and interdisciplinary activities, all ages will enjoy learning about  the musical life of Miles Davis.

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Classroom Guide for HECTOR: A BOY, A PROTEST, AND THE PHOTOGRAPH THAT CHANGED APARTHEID

Although this story is tragic, it is an inspiring way for young readers to connect to history or for older readers to begin a conversation about the struggles that existed in South Africa for years.  Use this guide in your classroom as a sensitive and thought provoking way to engage your kids in these historical topics.

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Classroom Guide on SERENA THE LITTLEST SISTER

We’re excited to be working with Page Street Publishing and their amazing picture books.  Use this one to spark important dialogue about women in sports, the power positivity, grit and the importance of a supportive family.

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