Grateful for Picture Book

Yesterday I had the opportunity to attend a Beginning Teachers set of talks organised by the Toronto District School Board. My mentee was unable to attend but I decided to go anyway. I always learn some nugget of information on days like this. In addition, it was a good opportunity to connect with other teachers. I attended a session on play in the Early Years as I will still be teaching grade 1 and 2 in the upcoming year. I also want to improve on my guided reading practice, so I attended a session on this as well.

What I appreciated most from the day, though, was the gift each person received on their arrival – a picture book. Often the books are in English and I cannot use them but this year we received one in English and one in French. The English one I exchanged with someone for the French so I will be able to give my mentee a token from the day. I love the book I received – and I am sure the children will too. I already have an idea of how I am going to extend it. 🙂

A French Picture Book. © Colline Kook-Chun, 2018

This week I am grateful that I had the opportunity to attend the series of talks but, more especially, I am grateful for the gift of a French picture book.

Processed with RookieWhat have you been grateful for this week? Share your comments or the link to your post below.

© Colline Kook-Chun, 2018

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19 thoughts on “Grateful for Picture Book

      1. Ha- I was trying to be funny!
        And Well I think you have the brain for it for sure! And with the more diverse languages you speak Spanish would likely be easy – I am
        Surprised at how many phrases and words I picked up over the past 20 years – but not as much as I’d like-
        I heard two guys speaking Spanish the other night and I could make out about 25% of their convo – wish it was mas

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  1. Colleen, what a wonderful day and it’s always good to refresh or learn something new. Your picture book was a thoughtful gift. I’m sure your students will enjoy it.

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