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Madeline
Madeline | Ludwig Bemelmans
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Set in picturesque Paris, this tale of a brave little girl's trip to the hospital is as appealing today as it was in 1940. The combination of spirited heroine, timelessly appealing art, cheerful humor, and rhythmic text makes Madeline a perennial favorite with children of all ages. A Caldecott Honor Book. Full-color illustrations.
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MeganLindell
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⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ • 😭I love this book so much. I had the cutest Madeline doll as a child.

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Roary47
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My birthday kids book selections. (I may have helped a little for this 1 year old!) 🥰

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tpixie
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Loving a little reading time with Natalaya! Her twin Emery was listening from afar! Their mother‘s namesake is this book! #LittleLittens

Smrloomis Adorable 😍 1y
Cathythoughts Gorgeous ❤️ Happy Days ! (edited) 1y
marleed So cute! 1y
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tpixie @Smrloomis @Cathythoughts @marleenanna thanks! We have so much fun reading and playing! 1y
LeahBergen So sweet! 💖💖 1y
tpixie @LeahBergen thanks! She loves to color also! Natalya is all about fine motor & Emery all about gross motor and running around! 1y
Nute OMG! Such a cute photo!💕 1y
tpixie @Nute thanks! It‘s so fun Reading to my grandchildren! 1y
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Karissacurrier
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This P, CR Caldecott award winning book is a wonderful story to read to your students. This story touches on themes of health, courage, and friendship. Madeline lived in a house with 11 other girls and was the smallest of them all. After a health scare, Madeline and the other girls learn about the importance of health awareness. #UCFLAE3414SP21

Karissacurrier https://www.uen.org/lessonplan/view/33575

The attached lesson plan includes how to conduct CR with students using this book. The UDL principle 8.3 about fostering a community and EL strategy 2 are essential when conducting CR with the class.
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DrSpalding Choral reading is an excellent teaching strategy to use with primary students. 2y
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Ruthiella
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Pretty sure that this book was my literary introduction to Paris! 😄 🇫🇷

#LitsySpringBreak. Paris

LeahBergen Mine, as well! 2y
Ruthiella @LeahBergen I‘m in good company then! 2y
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Gissy I loved Madeline! 2y
TheKidUpstairs Love!!! 2y
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Cathythoughts Madeline ❤️ 2y
Kelly_the_Bookish_Sidekick Mine, too! 💙❤ 2y
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#3books I've re-read.

I don't re-read often. I like to think I will, so I keep more books than I really need on the off chance I decide to actually re-read a book. That said, here are 3 I've actually read more than once.

@OriginalCyn620 @Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks

OriginalCyn620 👍🏻📚👍🏻 2y
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RaivionneC
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One of my favorite Poetry Fiction book series growing up (made into a show on NickJr.)Madeline is a rhyming story of a Parisian little girl living in a Catholic orphanage with 12 other girls. Great for RA‘s and SA‘s. and can be used for UDL guideline optimization of relevance, value, and authenticity(7.2) For ESOL students I can share the video story read alouds and episodes. #ucflae3414sp20

DrSpalding What kind of fiction? Think of the time frame and reply with the correct genre. These books are excellent books to incorporate into the primary classroom as some students will have prior knowledge. They also expose students to another culture and location in Europe. 3y
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MaddyJ
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This Caldecott award winning RF book is perfect for young readers! The theme of this book is about a little girl, Madeline, who lived with a bunch of girls in Paris. One day, she falls ill and needed her appendix out. All of the other girls miss her so much, that they visit little Madeline, who fearlessly shows them her scar. This book would be great for IR, and students could read more books in the series after reading this one for IR!

MaddyJ https://www.rif.org/literacy-central/book/madeline - a great site for a lot of different material and ideas for the classroom specific to the book! The UDL principle 7.1 to optimize individual choice and autonomy and ESOL 21 to record your lectures, presentations, or stories on audiotape, especially for new students who have very limited exposure to English could definitely be accomplished using this book! #UCFLAE3414SP20 3y
Keishla.O Thank you for reminding me of this book! I had completely forgotten what happened in this book since I read it so long ago. The resource you provided offers SO many options for enhancing comprehension. I love the birthday kit. 3y
Zelymarie.R I love the summary of this story!! I was expecting something else! Now I really want to read the story! Great resource! Keep the great job! 3y
Tabitha_H I remember reading the book in elementary school as well as watching the tv series. UDL 8.3 could also be a good principle to use. 3y
DrSpalding See my previous comment about the genre. These definitely took place well in the past. Excellent resource and alignment. 3y
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hadassajl
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This classic, Caldecott awarded, RF book follows Madeline, the smallest girl at her school and her adventures. For great resources for this book, visit This book would be great for an AS on Ludwig Bemelmans and the other iconic books in the Madeline series. UDL 8.3 about fostering collaboration and community works great because this is a book where the students can be involved in the reading.

hadassajl EL #5 which is about teaching technical vocabulary supporting key concepts also works because some words would need to be defined such as appendix or solemn. #UCFLAE3414SP20 3y
KatiaP I like how you added what words to define for the kids. Love the art on the book sounds like a great read! 3y
Rachelleleduc I used to love this book! I remember reading it so many times and even having my mom read it to me! This book is perfect for elem students and i like the ESOL accommodations you made. 3y
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Ashley_B Omgoodness I forgot about this book, it used to be one of my favorites! Your ESOL strategy goes good too. 3y
McKaylaH Madeline!! Brought me back so many memories, thank you for sharing! Choosing UDL 8.3 is perfect for this book! 💚 3y
DrSpalding Great idea to use an author study! Looking at the front cover and knowing that this book took place well in the past, what genre do you believe it is now? 3y
DrSpalding Correct. This is a good review for your final!🙂 3y
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LeahH
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Bemelmans was awarded the Caldecott Medal for his classic story of Madeline. This poetry (P) book talks about Madeline the smallest yet bravest girl of them all. Madeline is rushed to the hospital and the other 11 girls parade her with gifts so she can recover. This book is great for a RA and to have students share a time when they were brave!
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UDL: 2.2 ‘clarify syntax and structure‘ students pay attention to the rhyming words

LeahH EL: 13 ‘use preview and review activities‘ teachers need to show EL students rhyming words and do some activities so they understand when reading. 3y
LeahH http://www.readwritethink.org/parent-afterschool-resources/activities-projects/r... “construct-a-word” is the technique teachers can use to help children get familiar with rhyming words 3y
DrSpalding Remember me saying that not all things that rhyme are poetic. This is an example of that! Madeline would not be poetry but what genre would it be? Excellent resource that aligns with rhyming words. 3y
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Bookishgal71
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It has been too long since I read this book - perhaps a decade. I had forgotten how lovely it is. Reminds me of The Little Princess with the girls at boarding school.

GingerAntics Oh I love these stories!!! I even got the first one in french when I was studying for my proficiency exam. 3y
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fabozzia
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This TL, Caldecott award winning book was written and illustrated by Ludwig Bemelmans. The book is about a young girl who lives with 11 other young girls and taken care of by Miss Clavel. One night Madeline cried and cried and needed to get her appendix out. The girls all missed her and wanted theirs out too. #UCFLAE3414F19

fabozzia I would use this book as a RA, and I found this great rhyming activity for students. http://www.readwritethink.org/parent-afterschool-resources/activities-projects/r... 3y
fabozzia I would pair this book with UDL strategy 2.1 because there is a lot of great vocabulary for students to clarify, which aligns with EL strategy 5, to teach technical vocabulary supporting key concepts. I believe this story would be one of the simpler books, in some ways, to incorporate these lessons and strategies. 3y
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This Caldecott award winning HF picture book by Ludwig Bemelmans is about the smallest but bravest girl Madeline and the other little girls she lives with. In the middle of the night, mother finds that something is not right and it‘s off to the hospital with Madeline. https://www.rif.org/literacy-central/book/madeline This book would best be taught in an RA. #ucflae3414f19

CPettersen UDL 3.2 should be used to highlight the patterns in Madeline‘s life and how she is distinct from the other children. I would also use ESOL strategy 1 and show students that if they do not comprehend a part of the story they can ask questions to increase comprehension and that asking questions is welcome in the classroom. 3y
DrSpalding Reading is fundamental is a high-quality site. 3y
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ebrown
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This beautiful Caldecott winning F book could almost be considered traditional literature, for how many people have loved it for so long. I would use it as a RA in the classroom with this https://www.rif.org/literacy-central/material/madeline-common-core-lesson-ideas lesson plan accompanying. #ucflae3414f19

ebrown UDL (3.3) guide info processing and visualization with mind maps. ESOL strategy 42. 3y
DrSpalding This is a classic. You need more of a summary to show that you truly know what your books are about. 3y
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abbie-cadabbie
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“Madeline” by Ludwig Bemelmans is a super cute P book that tells the story of a young girl named Madeline who may be smaller than all the other girls, but definitely doesn‘t act like it. She is the most daring of all and doesn‘t fail to cause her teacher headaches! This Caldecott award winner makes a great RA for younger students! #UCFLAE3414F19

abbie-cadabbie The lesson plan I chose includes key vocabulary, comprehension strategies, and ways to activate prior knowledge. This will be of great help to the story! https://bookpagez.com/resource/madeline-lesson-plans/ 3y
abbie-cadabbie The UDL strategy I chose to pair with this story is to activate or supply background knowledge (3.1) because of the great information that the lesson plan includes! The ESOL strategy I chose is to reinforce the key ideas I present again and again (15) 3y
DrSpalding Not everything that rhymes is poetic… What other genre do you think this classic could be? You truly know how to align your universal design and English learner strategies as well as find helpful resources to use these quality books in the classroom. 3y
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AlyssaB
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(CMC) Madeline is an RF book written by Ludwig Bemelmans which won the Caldecott award. This book is about a girl who lives in the beautiful Paris who shows no fear and is always matching. She gets a really cool scar... read to find out how. This book would be a great RA or S.

AlyssaB An ESOL strategy would be 22 which gives enough wait time for second language learners to respond to questions. An UDL principle would be 3.1 which activate or supply background knowledge on different types of surgeries 3y
AlyssaB A great resource to use in the classroom would be this lesson or activity on rhyming: https://create.piktochart.com/output/41885160-kelly-barhill-author-study #UCFLAE3414F19 3y
KevinKantola I might just check it out! Seems like a great read! 😁 3y
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Mwinship I love this book! The kids I used to babysit for had me read this to them all the time and I even used it for a previous class‘ RA assignment. 3y
KristenScala I loved Madeline as a kid and I still have multiple books from when I was little that I can't wait to put into my classroom library. My favorite part about this book is the beautiful pictures along with how awesome Madeline is! 3y
abbie-cadabbie I used to love Madeline! I loved your review on this book and i think using piktochart as a resource was a great idea :-) 3y
DrSpalding Our CMC has so many wonderful resources for you. This is a classic! This would not be considered realistic fiction… What genre? 3y
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Alexush
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Madeline by Ludwig Bemelma, a RF book, is about a girl who lives in Paris in an old house. In this version, Madeline gets sick and has her appendix removed the other girls are at first worried , but after visiting her they want to be just like her and have their appendix removed as well. https://www.brighthubeducation.com/lesson-plans-grades-1-2/98771-second-grade-ma... this website has a great activity that goes with this book.

Alexush This book is a Caldecott Honor Book. For this book I would use UDL 3.1. The kids can use background knowledge by thinking of a time when they knew someone who was sick or when they themselves were sick. The ESOL strategy I choose is 4 “Link lesson topic to students prior knowledge.” For this book I would RA. #ucflae3414f19 (edited) 3y
cassandram Really enjoyed how you would connect this book to something all children could relate to. When the children are able to connect with a topic I think they receive it better! 3y
KristenScala I LOVED this book as a kid, I think it‘s smart to have students use background knowledge to connect with the story 3y
ebrown i also read this book for litsy!! it‘s a staple in every childhood, I feel like everyone remembers it. I agree completely, the connection that it gives students is very valuable! 3y
DrSpalding Just looking at the front cover you can tell this is not to current day… What other genre do you believe this would be knowing it is not realistic fiction? 3y
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MatchlessMarie
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📖 Madeline (tagged book)

🎬 Once Upon a Mattress

🎶 I Need Some Sleep by Eels
#ManicMonday @JoScho

JoScho Thanks for playing 💙 3y
Becca.in.a.book Tell-Tale Heart 3y
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kateschaeffer
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This is an artfully illustrated,funny, fearless classic. Madeline delights with its scenery and spunk

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kateschaeffer
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no one car resist a tale of a brave little redhead girl who attends a parisian boardsing school, and is known for not just taunting the tiger at the zoo but surviving a midnight. ruptured appendix.

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Tamarity
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I love doing literary tattoos ❤️❤️❤️

readordierachel Lovely! 4y
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LaGasseSam1996
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Madeline is about a little girl who lives in Paris along with eleven other little girls. One night Madeline (who was the littlest of the girls) isn‘t feeling well and has to go to the hospital. Madeline is a Caldecott award winner and the author and illustrator is Ludwig Bemelmans.#LAE3414sp19

LaGasseSam1996 I think this book would be a good RA book to teach children about friendship. I think when reading this book students would need ESOL 5. Students would need to know what a hospital is and you could show them what Paris looks like. 4y
LaGasseSam1996 In this story you would use UDL 3.1 to give the students the background knowledge they would need to really understand the story of Madeline. 4y
LaGasseSam1996 https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Madeline-by-Ludwig-Bemelmans-A-Compl... in this lesson students would have to learn sequence of events. 4y
DrSpalding This is a classic. Good choice and nice explanation regarding the universal design principle you aligned to this book. (edited) 4y
DrSpalding There are free resources that you can use. Remember to go to the publisher‘s website. 4y
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Mmw2478
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Classic children‘s picture fiction B by Caldecott winner Ludwig Bemelmans. Fiction . Story of young Madeline getting her appendix out. Encourages friendship, courage, discipline. TS-would be good as RA OR S. EL 4 and 14 apply to this book in regards to linking prior knowledge of a hospital stay, and simplifying speech, slower and redundant. LAE3414sp19

DrSpalding See some of my previous comments and check the genre. 4y
Mmw2478 UDL principles 3.1 activating or supplying background knowledge, 3.2 highlight patterns, critical features, big ideas, and relationship are appropriate for this book. 4y
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Mindyrecycles
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My daughter was Miss Clavel for Halloween. She‘s the cutest. ❤️ #family #fallintoreading

Texreader Yes she is!! Love it! 4y
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GripLitGrl
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📑Madeline 📝A.A. Milne 📺 Manifest
🍝 macaroni and meatballs
#ManicMonday #letterM @JoScho

JoScho 💙😊💙 4y
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Reviewsbylola
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The trip to @Mdargusch ‘s storage unit to sift through forgotten treasures paid off with this nearly perfect Madeline dollhouse. Florence is in heaven.

Soubhiville How fun! I loved my dollhouse growing up! 4y
emilyhaldi ❤️ 4y
Leftcoastzen Oh how wonderful!🤗 4y
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Kappadeemom Can you at least give her a pillow to sit on?? 😂😂😂 4y
LeahBergen Aww! I love this. It makes me want to sit down and play, too! 4y
AlaMich Florence was my grandmother‘s given name, but she was always called Faye. Your Florence is a cutie! 4y
minkyb ❣️ 4y
Reviewsbylola Omg I love Faye! I may have to try and sneak that in. She‘s named after my great grandmother Florence (and my husband‘s great grandmother Florence too) and she goes by Flo, Florence, or Flossie. @AlaMich 4y
Texreader Awww!! 4y
Mdargusch 😁 4y
AlaMich @Reviewsbylola Faye always sounded sort of glamorous to me. 😊 4y
Cathythoughts Little pet 💕💕💕 4y
britt_brooke 😍 4y
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Reviewsbylola
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Thank you to the litten who inspired me to go through and cull and organize my daughters‘ bookshelves. I got rid of all the baby books except the ones I knew they wouldn‘t part with. I organized the books into collections (where applicable) and I got some early reader books out for my budding reader. Her homework last night was to read me a book she knew very well. ♥️

Cathythoughts That‘s fab ! Well done 👍🏻 4y
SilversReviews Love your shelves. I see one of my son‘s favorite books peeking out...THE POKEY LITTLE PUPPY. (edited) 4y
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JennyM I SOOO need to do this. Mine are 8 and 6 and the bookshelf still has baby board books in. 4y
BarbaraBB So many books! You‘re raising them well 😉😘 4y
minkyb Well done! 4y
Mdargusch Nice! 👏🏼👏🏼👏🏼 4y
britt_brooke 😍 So pretty!! I love that we‘re all rearranging our kids‘ shelves. This is how you raise happy, organized readers! 4y
Cinfhen I can't believe G is getting homework already🙀🙀🙀nice job on the shelves 4y
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MirrorMask
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I couldn't just choose one, hahaha! In Middle School, Madeline, Alice's Adventures in Wonderland, and The Chronicles of Narnia were my favorites.

#YAWednesday @TheFunkyBookworm

TheFunkyBookworm 💜💜💜 great picks! 4y
tammysue 💖💖💖 4y
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GGallegos
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This RF book is a classic to me. This is a Caldecott winner and just a funny book. The book Madeline is about a girl named Madeline who lives in Paris with no fear and is always matching. One day she gets really sick and need surgery. The 12 other girls then want to do the same and have a scar like her. This would be a great LC book. This link is all about building comprehension:

GGallegos http://www.readwritethink.org/classroom-resources/lesson-plans/picture-understan... UDL principle 3.1 linking it to knowing someone or havin surgery themself. ESOL strategy 22 to wait and see their comprehension level. #UCFLAE3414SuB18 4y
Gabylaurel10 This used to be my favorite book as a kid! I had so many! 4y
DrSpalding Some minor errors. Excellent resource. 4y
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maddiereadthat
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Re-Read this one for the #7in7readathon 😻😻😻

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RF. RA. Madeline was awarded the Caldecott Honor. It is about a little, French girl who keeps her teacher, Miss Clavel, on her toes with all of her antics. It is the first book in the Madeline series and she is a great character to introduce to young readers. This book was awarded the Caldecott Honor. UDL 1.3 Offer alternatives for visual information. ESOL 13. Use preview/review activities. #UCFLAE3414SP18

Kendallc I use to love Madeline as a kid!! Great choice! 5y
BookaholicNatty Madeline!!!!! Awwwwww one of my absolute favorite as a a kid!! 5y
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LisaMart
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My favorite RF book from childhood! This is a Caldecott Honor book by Ludwig Bemelmans about a risk-taking little girl named Madeline, who needs emergency surgery on her appendix. A nurse read me this book after I had my tonsils removed, and I‘ve carried it with me ever since! This classic sparked a series of books, shows, and movies! Great for S, which I plan on doing in class. 😉 #UCFLAE3414SP18 UDL: 1.3, 3.3 & 5.1 EL: 8, 14, & 17

LisaMart Go to Madeline‘s official site for more info on the author and games: http://www.madeline.com And visit this site for great lesson activities to incorporate with the book and a link to the Madeline movie: https://www.rif.org/literacy-central/book/madeline 5y
JenniferMc A fun book that I remember from my childhood. I love that students can still relate to the story today. It will be a fun addition to a classroom library. 5y
KaitlynN I love that you have the little Madeline plush doll too!! Such a cute pair! 5y
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mabell
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"Maids" could mean servants or young girls, and young girls need milk to grow strong and healthy. In Madeline's school, out of those 12 little girls in two straight lines, I'm sure there are at least #8maidsamilking which is to say, young girls drinking their milk.

#12daysofchristmas

LibrarianRyan 👍🏻🤓🎅🏼🎄 5y
LeahBergen Good one! 5y
mabell @LeahBergen My husband was pushing for "Lovely Rita Meter Maid" ... I went with this. ? 5y
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#UCFLA3414F17 Madeline by Ludwig Bemelmans is a historical fiction book that has won the Caldecott Honor Book. The story follows a young girl named Madeline who lives in a boarding school in Paris and she goes around the city getting into different sorts of antics.

LaurenR This was one of my favorite shows when I was little! Definitely reading this! 5y
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Samantha.K
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Madeline is a realistic fiction picture book about 12 little girls that live in an orphanage in Paris. Madeline is the most daring and smallest of the girls. One night Madeline wakes up Madame Clavel with her crying and is rushed to the hospital. While in the hospital the other girls visit Madeline. She shows off the scar she gets from getting her appendix taken out.

Samantha.K This book won a Caldecott Medal for its beautiful pictures. For this book I would use GR because the students might need help understanding the moral of the book. I would use UDL 7.2 optimize relevance, value, and authenticity. The ESOL strategy I would use is number 30 encourage the use of diagrams and drawings as aids to identify concepts and seeing relationships. (edited) 5y
Samantha.K http://www.liveoakmedia.com/assets/guides/28056.pdf this link takes you to a lesson plan that has comprehension questions to discuss. #ucflae3414f17 (edited) 5y
CaseyL This was my sister‘s favorite book growing up. She memorized the entire story and knew exactly what to say and when to turn the pages when she was only two and not able to read yet. She also had the Madeline doll who had stitches, and she would often draw the stitches on herself. I always remember this book fondly because it was a staple in my house as a child and for its story and amazing illustrations! 5y
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Madeline is a P picture book that is written and illustrated by Ludwig Bemelmans. It has become well known since being published in 1939. This is the first book in the Madeline series and has won the Caldecott Honor award for its gorgeous illustrations. Madeline is a book that should be displayed through a RA. Madeline is not afraid of anything, even though she is the smallest one of the twelve girls she lives with. #UCFLAE3414F17

kkidwell She is a remarkable character that can be the center of many lessons, including independence and individuality. This text is about getting to know Madeline and setting the precept for the following books in the series. #UCFLAE3414F17 5y
kkidwell Link: http://www.brighthubeducation.com/lesson-plans-grades-1-2/98771-second-grade-mad...
The first link displays multiple activities that can be completed post read-aloud. The activities range in terms of subject area, including math and English language arts. The vocabulary and character web diagram are the most in-depth activities that would be best for gauging comprehension.
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kkidwell Link: https://www.scholastic.com/teachers/lesson-plans/teaching-content/time-rhyme/
The second link is a rhyming activity that aids phonemic awareness and literacy skills. This activity will also help the students understand the concept of rhyming that they witnessed in the Madeline book.
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kkidwell UDL: 6.4 Enhance capacity for monitoring progress
UDL: 2.1 Clarify vocabulary and symbols
ESOL: 16 Integrate speaking, listening, reading, and writing activities
ESOL: 5 Teach technical vocabulary supporting key concepts
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Marianna_Reads
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The first book I ever loved 💚

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Madeline ❤️💛💚💙💜💖.
She‘s a great character - though the smallest, she‘s the bravest. She‘s the one most likely to create trouble and mischief – but also fun!

#twelve #12 #novemberbythenumbers
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mangokittty I LOVED Madeline. I had a sticker book I spent a year obsessed over. I even had the movie. 5y
Cathythoughts Oh very good one. I love Madeline 💫👍💕💕 5y
CarolynM I used to watch the cartoon version with my children. Loved those outrageous French accents! 5y
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merelybookish Great pick!! 5y
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Madeline | Ludwig Bemelmans
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Flashback to when Juliet was little enough that I got to pick her Halloween costumes. 😍😍😍

Melissa_J Aww. It‘s Madeline! 5y
Bookzombie So adorable! 5y
readinginthedark I only got to pick my son‘s first two Halloween costumes. 😕 5y
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Bookzombie
Madeline | Ludwig Bemelmans
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#monstermadness2017 🎶I'm Madeline, I'm Madeline...🎶 Madeline is pleasant, personable, looking for fun, and making friends with everyone. #casper

398.2 I always loved this book. 😀 5y
LibrarianRyan 👍🏻🤓👻 5y
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Madeline | Ludwig Bemelmans
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In this P book by Ludwig Bemelmans we are introduced to the feisty Madeline. She may be the smallest of the girls in two straight lines, but she's not scared of tigers or mice and she loves snow and ice! Bet used as a RA this rhythmic picture book is fun for young readers and beyond! https://www.teachingbooks.net/tb.cgi?a=1&tid=4263 this website has links to things like lesson plans and to Madeline's very own website! I would use EL strategy 10

JordanD And UDL 2.1 to clarify vocabulary students are unfamiliar with. Caldecott Honor book #ucflae3414fl17 (edited) 5y
LaurenR I use to watch this as a kid when it was a cartoon! I wasn't aware there was a book. Now I'm excited to check it out, I don't even remember what any of it was about but I had to wake up early on the weekend just to see it ! 5y
ashley.v I love this story! I used to watch it as a kid. I knew there was a book, but I‘ve never read it. This is an excellent book for young girls to read. 5y
DrSpalding Lovely image Jordan. Great idea to clarify vocabulary being that some of it is French! 5y
JordanD Thank you! I look forward to using this one in my classroom. 5y
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Cinfhen
Madeline | Ludwig Bemelmans
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Needed help from Google...#Publishedin1930s How awesome that these childhood favorites are still childhood favorites for the newer generations of readers @RealLifeReading #UncannyOctober

TrishB Babar 💓 5y
bookishkai All-of-a-Kind Family! Are they still in print? You may have just made my weekend, I loved these as a kid. 5y
Cinfhen I really don't know @bookishkris I know I saw a copy in the library last year!!!! But it looked REALLY OLD 🙄 5y
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Cinfhen Exactly @TrishB 🐘💚 5y
rubyslippersreads @bookishkris @Cinfhen The AOAKF books are available as ebooks. (I have them all.) 😀 5y
bookishkai @rubyslippersreads thank you 😀 5y
Cinfhen Good to know @rubyslippersreads although I'm still a Dino who LOVES her paper bound books 😉 5y
DivineDiana @bookishkris Me too! Coming from a large family, I felt that I could relate! 5y
DrexEdit I love All of A Kind Family! If I read it once I read it 100 times! The whole series! 5y
Andrew65 Babar The Elephant. 😊 5y
rubyslippersreads @Cinfhen I haven't checked, but I assume if they're ebooks, they probably also back in print as "real" books. ? 5y
Jinjer Love all those books! 5y
Mdargusch I didn't realize Little House on the Prairie was that old! 5y
Reviewsbylola All of a Kind Family and Madeline. ❤️❤️❤️ 5y
JaclynW I loved Little House and All of a Kind Family! Thanks @rubyslippersreads for the ebook info! I'm definitely checking that out! 5y
tpixie Love these books! Except, I‘ve never heard of AOAKF! I must check it out! My oldest daughter is named after Madeline.... she tells the Tiger in the zoo Boo! 👻 🐯 5y
Cinfhen You need to find the series @tpixie it's so wholesome!!!! And J' adore Madeline ❤️❤️❤️ 5y
tpixie @Cinfhen Oui! I‘m going to hunt for them today! 5y
Librariana I know of a few of these... but haven't read any of them 😔 5y
Cinfhen You gotta read them ALL @Librariana ☺️💜💜💜 5y
emilyhaldi LOVE LOVE LOVE All-of-a-kind Family. Gives me major nostalgia 💕 5y
MyStoriedLife I loved Babar as a child 😍 5y
Cinfhen Same @emilyhaldi @AWellReadPlanner but I'm always nervous that a well loved book from childhood might not be as loved if I were to read it now as an adult😔 5y
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Madeline | Ludwig Bemelmans
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#PublishedInThe1930s I loved Madeline when I was a kid. The books and the tv show and movie! Crazy that they started coming out in the 30s! I also enjoyed Of Mice and Men when I read it in English class. #UncannyOctober

erzascarletbookgasm I adore Madeline! The books and the tv series! 5y
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