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So many uses for this book! reading comp: theme. Writing: word choice, voice, illustrating, brainstorming, vivid verbs persuasive writing- having students write an advertisement for a book they have written.

hilarious picture books

Hilarious New Picture Books Your Kids Will Love - Imagination Soup

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Must do this

a quote by Lewis Buzbee

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But this summer publishers will release one more rhyming read.

Newly Discovered Dr. Seuss Book To Hit The Shelves In July

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read before doing the "how to blow a bubble" writing

Mrs. Carter's Calling

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Emma Kate by Patricia Polacco {This book is fabulous for teaching synthesis. It's all about a friendship between an elephant and a little girl. It makes the kids wonder whether it's fantasy and they really are friends or if the elephant is an imaginary friend. They change their thinking a few times, and in the end, they learn that the elephant has an imaginary child. I always re-read it one more time once they make this realization!}

One Extra Degree: Favorite Read Alouds & Literacy Resources!

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POINT OF VIEW LESSON TO IDENTIFY WHO THE NARRATOR WAS, 1ST OR 3RD PERSON, PLOT, AND ALSO CAN PAIR WITH CINDERELLA OR ELVES AND THE SHOEMAKER. A NONFICTION PARTNER IS HERE. www.amazon.com/...

A great book to intro a fairy tale unit. The characters are all from other fairy tales and nursery rhymes. Adorable.

The Friend - Launching Writer's Workshop - "why writer's write"

Flamingos and Butterflies: Picture Book a Day

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Students write why they like themselves-paragraph idea?...also class boom with a poetry template

Creative Elementary School Counselor

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Something Beautiful- Miss Rumphius for city children

Book to use for Genius Hour!

What's Making You Feel Excited About Starting a New School Year?

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Book about problem solving

sequencing

4th Grade Frolics: First Week Fun!!!

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This site has easy books to teach language concepts. There is also a link to the author's site for activities to go along with his books.

Teach with Picture Books

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The Pumpkin Book Project. Students turn a pumpkin into their book character. Cute idea for a fall project.

Oh' Boy 4th Grade: Halloween Hullabaloo

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The Perfect Gift - good text to use for a writer's workshop mini lesson on small moment writing.

Plant a Seed...Read a Book: The Perfect Gift

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The Black Rabbit (Activating background knowledge, Making connections, Making predictions, Making inferences, Visualizing, Alliteration, Author's purpose, Dialogue)

Teach Mentor Texts: The Black Rabbit

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I Hate Picture Books! by Timothy Young. One of my favorite new picture books! If you love picture books you have to get this book!

Excellent BOY book about friendship and making everyone feel part of the classroom community.

Ballet for Martha (Mentor Text for: Context clues, Vocabulary Development, Imagery, Word Choice, Visualizing)

Teach Mentor Texts: Ballet for Martha

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50 Fun Books to add to your Child's Summer Reading List. #Summer #Reading #kids

Everything you need to encourage summer reading - simple as that

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WHAT'S HAPPENING IN THE ART ROOM??: 3rd Grade Giraffes

WHAT'S HAPPENING IN THE ART ROOM??: 3rd Grade Giraffes

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Those shoes book and writing activity for students to discuss when they have showed empathy to another person.

Those Shoes | two apples a day

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Please, Louise by Toni Morrison and her son Slade Morrison: After a walk through a dark and scary world, a young girl arrives at her local library, her 'shelter from any storm', which was Morrison's safe haven as a child too. #Books #Kids #Toni_Morrison #Slade_Morrison