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KidLit TV is an AASL Best Digital Tool for Teaching and Learning. The recognition honors electronic resources that provide enhanced learning and curriculum development for school librarians and their educator collaborators. Read more »
"Creative" is usually considered "artistic" but that is wrong. I truly believe everyone is "creative", it just manifests itself in different ways. Read more »
Read along with some of your favorite kidlit authors and illustrators to find Easter eggs (hidden pictures or names) in books. Read more »
This month in Creativity Corner, Terry Shay has a few quick crafts in preparation for International Dot Day to help you keep creating all summer!! Read more »
Creativity Corner Quick Crafts: Making Clay Dots uses the Celebridot that Susan Eaddy made with clay and a link to her website and YouTube channel! Read more »
Students, have you ever dreamed of being published in a magazine? One place to publish your work is Hutch Magazine. Read more »
Here are two new Picture Books To Help You Be A Better and More Creative Writer, plus a list of favorites from KidLit TV team member, Terry Shay. Read more »
Join BONAPARTE, Margery Cuyler & Will Terry for the KidLit TV Halloween Special! Will Terry teaches us how to draw BONAPARTE and Margery Cuyler shares a ghost story and MORE!...
This is my twenty-second book from the PopSugar 2015 Reading Challenge list – A POPULAR AUTHOR’S FIRST BOOK...
Today's Creativity Corner guest is author Anika Aldamuy Denise to discuss her next book called A GIRL NAMED ROSITA. Read more »
by Terry Shay Dot Jewelry I met M. C. Baker from Fletcher Elementary School in Vermont at the International Society for Technology in Education Conference in Chicago last summer. We...
I saw a great Dot Day celebration on Twitter and I just had to contact the person who posted it to learn more about their celebration. This project makes me smile so I am happy to share the work of these educators and students. Read more »
by Terry Shay One great source of creative inspiration throughout the year is the Celebridots website. The Celebridot gallery was inspired when Newbery Medal winner Sharon Creech sent me a...
International Dot Day, a global celebration of creativity, courage and collaboration, began when teacher Terry Shay introduced his classroom to Peter H. Reynolds’ book The Dot on September 15, 2009....
Martha Stewart from Soundzabound, a provider of a subscription-based, royalty-free music contacted me to let me hear a new volume of music Read more »