Caroline Woodward grew up on an isolated home- stead in northeastern British Columbia. Without electricity, television, telephone, or running water, her imagination was influenced by her relationships with domestic and wild animals, farm work, the land itself, and books. She began her education in a two-room school and earned degrees from the University of British Columbia. Her paid writing career began in Grade 11 with a column in the Alaska Highway News. She is the author of seven books so far, with The Village of Many Hats (Oolichan Books, 2012) published most recently. Caroline is a lighthouse keeper living near Tofino, British Columbia.
- Keep ’em Reading
Thinking Outside the Box: The Magic of Imagination
Snow & Ice Are Nice!
- Freebies, Doodads, & Helpful Hints
Wintry Quiz, Snowboard Pattern, Wintry Vocabulary Word Search
- Curriculum Connections
Winter Sleepers Reproducible
- Library Lessons
Red Sled Visuals and Activity Sheets
- Keep ’em Reading: Please Pass the Nonfiction!
“Sharing Reading Excitement with a Fiction Book Pass” [October, 2011]
- Author Extensions
A Series of Unfortunate Events Activity Sheets
- Keep ’em Reading: Family Literacy Night
Extended Programming Ideas, Activity Reproducibles, and Bibliography