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Using Children's Literature to Teach in Today's Classroom: Circulating Books

A list of resources supporting the use of children's literature in today's classroom, including a representative list of children's books that have been, or can be, used by teachers.

About these Resources

Here is a list of circulating books helpful in using children's literature to support classroom learning. Many of these items can be found in the Curriculum Materials Center located on the lower level of the Long Island Library. Other circulating print items housed in NYIT's Long Island Library are located on that library's second floor.

Circulating Books / Print & Online (Electronic)



Bridges to Reading: Teaching Reading Skills with
Children's Literature
Connecting Math With Literature:  Using Children's
Literature as a Springboard for Teaching Math
QA135.6 .C76 2002 OW:CMC
Math Links: Teaching the NCTM 2000 Standards
Through Children's Literature
QA135.6 .E84 2001 OW:CMC
Neal-Schuman Guide to Recommended Children's
Books & Media For Use With Every Elementary Subj.
Z1037 .M2865 2002 OW:CMC
Teaching Art With Books Kids Love N362 .F76 1999 OW:CMC
Teaching Language Arts Through Literature:
Grades 4-6
LB1576 .K384 2002 OW:CMC
Teaching Science Through Literature:  Grades 4-6 LB1585 .K45 2002 OW:CMC
Teaching Social Studies Through Literature:
Grades 4-6
LB1584 .K35 2002 OW:CMC
Teaching With Caldecott Books:  Activities
Across the Curriculum
LB1044.9 .C35 M63 1991 OW:CMC
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