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Wednesday, February 19, 2020

Menachem Moscovitz Shares Top 7 Kindergarten Books

Are you a kindergarten teacher? Then you must agree with this that the most fun about teaching a kindergarten is introducing a new book! Menachem Moscovitz has some amazing book suggestions that you should ‘at least’ think about teaching in your class.

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  • A Busy Creature’s Day Eating by Mo Willems
Mo Willems delivers a super-easy way to learn alphabets, she is a fantastic way to go from A to P and then finds her way to Z. As teachers, we try to find creative solutions to problems, and this book hilariously teaches about alphabets.
  • Thank You, Omu! by Oge Mora
“Thank You, Omu!,” is a story about a kid named ‘Omu’, who cooks stew and then shares with his neighbors. To which they show gratitude by bringing her food.

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Menachem Moscovitz believes that through this unique book students can learn the significance of sharing and develop this kind of habit.
  • All Are Welcome by Alexandra Penfold
No matter what you wear, or what your background is all are welcome here! Through this book author, Alexandra has tried to touch a very sensitive topic and has been successful with it. 
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Through this book, students can learn about diversity and it can create make a kid look beyond religion and class. And that’s what we all need for our kids to be an empath and open-minded towards each other.
  • Pink is For Boys by Robb Pearlman
Make your students think beyond gender stereotypes and create a classroom culture where everyone is equal and welcome.

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  • Elmore by Holly Hobbie
Holly Hobbie through this book shares the thought that how hard can it be to make friends. Menachem Moscovitz expresses that through this book students can learn to make friends. This is an amazing book to read and learn from.
  • The Word Collector by Peter H. Reynolds
Another amazing book you can teach kindergarten students is ‘The Word Collector’, in this book a kid named Jerome loves to collect words and he does! Jerome discovers the magic of words around him.

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Through this book, students can learn new words and it may make them curious to explore vocabulary. A good teacher is who can invoke a passion for reading in a kid.
  • One Fox: A Counting Book Thriller by Kate Read
Teachers find it very hard to make especially counting tough for kids, but through this book filled with creativity and sharp visuals, even the laziest kid will start loving counting. Menachem Moscovitz share that students can be interested only when you teach it with interest!

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This is it for today! We hope you liked our book suggestions and teach these amazing books in your class. Menachem Moscovitz would like to conclude that enthusiasm and curiosity are also needed in teachers if, they want to see the exact traits in students.