Happy holidays to you and yours! You are, of course, why Rebecca and I are here each week, sharing our stories, pictures, and ideas. To offer my heartfelt thanks, I have created a little giftie for you all: a fully-revised, doubled-in-length, second edition of Resources for the Creative Educator! This 24-page booklet is a catalog of my dream education library, organized by topic. I include all my favorite non-fiction books, online resources, even some games not to be missed (and a few fiction picks thrown in there for good measure). I also include tips on how to understand and use your local library to find all the best gems.
And best of all – I’m offering it free to you! Just click on the picture of the guide, and you’ll download a printable pdf. Set your printer to print front and back, flipping on the short side, and voila: you now have your guide. Extra bonus points for those of you who have a booklet stapler.
Hopefully you’ll recognize a few of these titles from my vlog episodes. If not, be sure to check out my YouTube channel for up-close and personal reviews of these fabulous books. You can also view the newest episode on this website on the right-hand side of the page.
Oh, but Gwyn, what can we do to thank you in return? Aww – you’re so kind; I thought you’d never ask! My only request is simply for each of you to pay it forward. If you find the guide helpful, pass this link along. Share it with your homeschooling co-ops, your public school teachers, your education professors, your friends, your librarians – be creative and generous. Perhaps you could even print out several copies, and bind them up with bows for your favorite educators or readers. The resources in this guide are such amazing gifts – share my enthusiasm to let the world know about them!
Enjoy! And if you need to print it out again, or share it along with folks in the coming year, you can always find it under the “Resources/Printable Resource Guide and Templates.” Questions? Comments? Suggestions? Please be sure to tell me what you love about the guide and what you wish was in it, so I can create even better editions in the future.
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