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Under The Big Top: Ten Perfect Books for New Kindergartners

Miss Rumphius, Barbara Cooney

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All of Debbie Miller's books are worth reading. This book will help you teach your students strategies for comprehending text.

I love Linda Hoyt books. I use this book all of the time! Need to teach a lesson on character analysis, cause and effect, or inferencing....use this book to find it. There are read aloud suggestions for teaching standards, fluency, and comprehension.

In this book, Debbie talks about how to set up your classroom to build comprehension, the use of intentional language, comprehension instruction, and lesson design.

This is one of my favorite writing resources. You will find a year long planner for guiding your writing instruction, a skills continuum, and tons of mini-lessons for working on grammar, spelling, punctuation, and writing conventions.

The rhyming text and great illustrations make this book so much fun! Edward is tired of being an emu so he tries about being a few other animals at the zoo.

Another great book of photographs. This is a great book to help with setting up and planning for your classroom.

Felicity visits the zoo and makes all of the animals sick. I use this story to make a class book. Students choose a zoo animal and write and draw about what happens when they get sick at the zoo.

I love Keiko Kasza's books. I use this book when we celebrate the 100th day of school. We brainstorm foods we would want 100 of or we make a list of 100 foods we would like to eat.

My all time favorite zoo story. I have students brainstorm how they could help if anything ever went wrong at the zoo.

This is a great book for starting the school year. I use it to make a t-chart of good things and bad things to share at school.

This story holds a special place in my heart because it reminds me of a former student. A great book to use at the beginning of the year with a lesson on names.