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OBJ: Students will describe Max's character traits with evidence from the text. SP: p5 How would you describe Max? Why? p12 What is happening to his room? p16 Describe the place you think he is going. p29 Was the place you imagined the same/different? Why? p33 How would you describe Max now? End/p38 How do you think he feels about being home? Any more/new traits that Max has?

Marley & Me! SO good. Funny and cute and also very moving and sad at times. Reminds me of certain aspects of my old dog's life. Very good movie too.

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Dr. Seuss and Goldfish Graphing! March 2nd is National Read Across America Day in Honor of Dr. Seuss! This year (2012) we will be reading and graphing, using goldfish colors of course!

reading-as-breathing: “No matter how busy you may think you are, you must find timr for reading, or surrender yourself to self-chosen ignorance.” Confucius

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What Makes a Rainbow? This book is a concept book on colors. It is a great book for helping children learn about different colors and how they all come together to form a rainbow! This would be a great learning tool to use in the classroom to teach that it takes various members and components to make something whole, such as a rainbow!

Mr. Putter & Tabby Feed the Fish by Cynthia Rylant, illustrated by Arthur Howard -- This one is my personal favorite.

This blog by two teachers of a 2nd/3rd grade class make book recommendations on a regular basis. Check out their ideas for integrating art and literacy.