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    The Starry Night by Neil Waldman.

    Summary: Students will make sentences using all the letters in the alphabet to describe things they see in the library. Genre: Children's Humor Writing Techniques: vocabulary, library learning, ABCS Writing Trait: Word choice, sentence fluency, and conventions are all taught through this book by making sentences and pointing out things in the library in ABC order. Farmer, Bonnie, and Chum McLeod. ABC Letters in the Library. Montréal: Lobster, 2005. Print.

    Vincent Van Gogh (Getting To Know The Worlds Greatest Artists) , www.amazon.com/...

    The Yellow House: Vincent Van Gogh and Paul Gauguin Side by Side: Susan Goldman Rubin, Jos. A. Smith: 9780810945883: Amazon.com: Books

    Summary: Each letter in the alphabet must climb up to the tree. Will they all have enough room? Genre: Children's literature Writing Techniques: rhyming, letters of alphabet, letter fluency Writing Traits: Conventions is a great way for this book because students will learn their ABC's. Martin, Bill, John Archambault, and Lois Ehlert. Chicka Chicka Boom Boom. New York: Simon & Schuster for Young Readers, 1989. Print.

    12 picture books about Vincent Van Gogh @mercyisnew.com -art for the non-artistic

    Relentlessly Fun, Deceptively Educational: Starry Night Printable Book & Art (Van Gogh Study)

    Vincent van Gogh and the Colors of the Wind

    Van Gogh Art Projects for Kids: The life and art of Vincent van Gogh is presented in an assembly to make art history come alive. Voice tapes, music lyrics, and van Gogh dress-up props motivate the children to investigate his artistic genius. In their classroom art activities texture is emphasized as they create their own oil pastel masterpieces of A Starry Night.

    Lessons from the K-12 Art Room: Van Gogh's Cat. Inspired by the book: Vincent Van Gogh's Cat. Replicated Stary Night, created a cat and cut it out. Learned about negative space. .

    Based on the Common Core - Henry & Mudge and the Starry Night Making Connections, ELVocabulary, Story Structure, Story Map, Mini Literature Study