50 Great Books For Parents And Teachers

Not too long ago, we posted a graphic that highlighted 50 must-read books for teachers. They ranged from books on lesson planning to classroom management, and real-life classroom stories. I stumbled upon this handy infographic, which is clearly just a different iteration more geared towards parenting. We know that many of you are parents yourselves, so some of them may be more relevant to you based on what age your kids are (or what grade you teach, in some cases) we thought it was worth highlighting a few gems that will be relevant for anyone who is a teacher – regardless if you’re a parent or not. Beyond the ones we’ve noted below, take a look a bit further into the list – many of these may be good recommendations to make for the parents of your students, depending on the situation.

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Great Books For Parents and Teachers

  • The Read-Aloud Handbook
  • How To Talk So Kids Will Listen and Listen So Kids Will Talk
  • Positive Discipline
  • Generation Text: Raising Well Adjusted Children In The Age of Instant Everything
  • Ending The Homework Hassle
  • What Kids Really Want To Ask: Using Movies To Start Meaningful Conversations