follow:

 

• Dede Dankelson - CCA Mom - Follow her on Twitter for updates about CCA & Wonder (@ddankelson)

 

• Follow Dede's Choose Kind Board on Pinterest

 

• Read Dede's blogs

 

• Sherry Gick (@libraryfanatic) Blog - School Librarian from Indiana

 

• David Etkin (@DavidAEtkin) #WONDERschools Blog - Middle School Teacher from New York

 

• Reilly Posey (@PolkaDotOwlBlog) Blog - 5th Grade Teacher from Baltimore

 

• Deb Tyo (@ChocolateAir) Blog - 6th Grade Teacher from Ohio

Wonder-related Links, Blogs, Resources

 

• Download teaching resources from Random House and take the "Choose Kind" pledge.

• Visit #WONDERschools to see how other teachers around the country are embracing the "Choose Kind Campaign" in their classrooms

• Do your students want to connect with a real-life Auggie or Via?

Download pdf file

 

• Teaching Wonder to Students: A Guide to Online Resources

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• "Empowering Children to Cope with Teasing" One-Sheet

Download pdf file

 

• "Fostering Tolerance: Ways Parents and Kids Can Stand Up to Bullying" One-Sheet

Download pdf file

 

• "Take CCA's ChooseKind Challenge" Flyer

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• Read about a real-life "Auggie".

 

• Read about CCA's involvement with the book.

 

• Other ccakidsblog posts about Wonder.

 

• Watch Peter's Precept video to hear from a real-life Auggie and his sibling.

 

 

• Visit R.J. Palacio's website to read more about the author and to watch the book-trailer video.

 

• Read the author's blog.

 

• Visit Random House's Choose Kind tumblr site.

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