Regular readers of this blog know Barbara Gruener, the school counselor in Texas who writes monthly installments for us, in addition to maintaining her own blog, The Corner On Character. We’re pleased to announce the publication of her new book, What’s Under Your Cape? Superheroes of the Character Kind, which is available in our online store, her […]
Help students get organized while they learn about the Six Pillars of Character.
This month’s free featured lesson plan speeds in the fun with the characters from Auto-B-Good. This popular character education series of books and DVDs is available in our store, including a brand new disc with ELA activities, but is not required for the lesson.
Extra, extra, read all about it! Good News Nelson by Jodi Moore will be released by Story Pie Press and heading to a bookstore near you in early December 2012, and that’s good news! Why is that good news, you ask?
Looking for some good books for the younger ones? Emily Bazelon of The New York Times reviewed three new children’s books this past weekend that are sure to capture the imagination and teach some valuable lessons along the way.
In one month, a new law protecting students will go into effect in New York State. Called the Dignity for All Students Act, the law requires schools to protect all elementary, middle, and high school students from harassment and discrimination by students or school employees on the basis of their actual or perceived race, color, weight, national origin, ethnic group, religion, religious practice, disability, sexual orientation, gender (including gender expression), or sex.
We’re excited to announce that Obediah Thomas, of the children’s performance troupe Razzle Bam Boom, now offers The Character Show to elementary schools.
If you’re looking for a gourmet bullying-prevention resource, try Spaghetti in a Hot Dog Bun: Having the Courage to Be Who You Are, a spicy story about Lucy, a wide-eyed, curly-locked child with a uniquely-flavored zest for life.
What do cars and character have in common? Find out in Barbara Gruener’s latest review, and learn some terrific strategies to deal with bullying in the younger grades.