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Bones: Skeletons and how They Work | Steve Jenkins
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Featuring intricate, collage-style cut-paper images by a Caldecott Honor-winning illustrator, a guide to human and animal skeletons provides informative comparisons while sharing such facts as the number of bones in the human body and the ways that skeletal structures work.
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Ddzmini
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Yea I really feel this way about certain books 🙌🏽📖😋

vivastory *cough* winds of winter *cough* 4w
Crazeedi YES 4w
julesG @vivastory The third King killer Chronicles by Rothfuss. It's been ages. I'm wondering what will arrive first, the 20th anniversary special edition of the first and second book, or the first edition of the third. 4w
Ddzmini @vivastory exactly when is the question though, @Crazeedi 🤪 @julesG I hope it‘s not that long and I‘m here 20 years later looking for his first addition third book while the others are called historical significant reads 🙌🏽😳🧐🤨 4w
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In this really cool NF picture book, Steve Jenkins uses his fantastic art to teach kids about skeletons - both human and animal. This would be a great book for RA, CR, SR, and even AS.

The following lesson plan has a really fun activity for the kids involving clay!: http://picturebooksbeyondbasics.blogspot.com/2011/07/bones-skeletons-and-how-the...

juliek1
A good UDL would be 3.2. Highlight patterns, critical features, big ideas, and relationships, as students will begin to learn that a lot of skeletons share types of bones, regardless of whether or not they are human. This is a great change to use ESOL strat 18. Use commands and directions that involve overt student actions as in Total Physical Response (TPR), as you can quite literally point out, and have students model after you, which bones you‘re learning about. Point to your femur, your spine, your hip, etc. #ucflae3413f17
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