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  • Jessie Hoffman

    Thank You, Mr. Falker - Great book for the first month or two of school to emphasize the role of the teacher

  • Marsha Foster

    great blog with awesome ideas for using picture books to teach different concepts...has them catagorized with what book to use to teach what. (Thank you, Mr. Falker is my FAVORITE children's book!)

  • Holly Ard

    great blog with awesome ideas for using picture books to teach different concepts...has them catagorized with what book to use to teach what. Exapmples: Teachers make Terrible Pets - to teach plot diagrams Diary of a Worm - to teach point of view & voice Thank You Mr. Falker - to teach about the importance of reading

  • Dean Glass

    Thank You, Mr. Falker by Patricia Polacco. Picture Book. About a gor Trisha who cant wait for school to start but soon becomes down when she cant read or anything because she sees the letters all jumbled. Her classmates make fun and she hates school but one teacher sees and starts to help her and sees she is good at drawing. Its a very good book and can be used to show not to make fun to the kids.

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