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If You Give a Pig a Pancake
If You Give a Pig a Pancake | Laura Numeroff
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If you give a pig a pancake, she'll want some syrup to go with it. You'll give her some of your favourite maple syrup, and she'll probably get all sticky, so she'll want to take a bath. She'll ask you for some bubbles. When you give her the bubbles... Ages 05
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Branwen
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I ran an If You Give a Pig a Pancake storytime at the library tonight! 🐷🥞 There were books, songs, activities, a character costume, and we served pancakes! Mmmm! 😋 It was tiring, but SO MUCH fun! 💕📚 #librarylove #librariansoflitsy

Texreader I loved those books when the kids were little!! 1mo
Branwen @Texreader Yes! I love them too! They're just so fun! 1mo
Texreader @Branwen in fact I can‘t part with them even though the kids are big old teenagers 🥰 1mo
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Branwen @Texreader Awwww! Omg that's too precious! 1mo
GrilledCheeseSamurai Can't go wrong with pancakes! 🥞 1mo
Cinfhen So fun and I agree with @GrilledCheeseSamurai 1mo
Branwen @GrilledCheeseSamurai @Cinfhen Yes! I totally agree! Pancakes are the best! 🥞💕 1mo
DaveGreen7777 Awww! What an adorable picture! 😍🥰 1mo
Branwen @DaveGreen7777 Thank you so much! 💕 It was such a fun event! 🐷 1mo
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Cd053917
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“She‘ll ask you for some bubbles.”

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I will definitely have this book in my classroom. It was one of my favorites growing up and I think the children will enjoy it. The pictures are super cute and the story is exciting to see what the pig will want next.

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easch
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If You Give a Pig a Pancake by Laura Numeroff, 1998. This book is one of my all time favorites! The story is about a little pig who gets reminding of things she wants to do. The illustrations are so cute. Each page makes me smile and the little pig is so cute. The colors are bright and pop.

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Cd053917

This book is awesome and provides a cute story to the children! The illustrations are amazing and the fact that there are so many variations of these type of stories also is very awesome! I can‘t wait to read this!

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Cd053917
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“If You Give a Pig a Pancake” was written by Laura Numeroff in 1998. This book is my absolute favorite because of the adorable illustrations and the minimal words used to describe the scene. The pictures say a thousand words. I can‘t wait to read this book to my classroom!

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“If you give a pig a pancake, she‘ll want some syrup to go with it.”

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elisaschwass
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if you give a pig a pancake by Laura Numeroff was published in 1998. This book is also another classic I read growing up! Its a great read for all kids and will make you laugh!

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OrangeMooseReads
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1. Pancakes or cereal
2. A toilet themed restaurant in Japan, I saw it on a travel show.
3. I don‘t mind.
4. I don‘t know I‘ve heard of and seen a lot of weird/different /out there flavors and flavor combos.
5. Anyone that hasn‘t played along yet tag you‘re it!
@Eggs #wounderouswednesday

Eggs Thanks for joining in 👏🏻👏🏻👍🏼 5mo
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DogEaredBooks
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I was plagued trying to remember a specific book from my childhood so after fruitless online searching I pulled out a box of my childhood books and found these little literary trips down memory lane. (More pics to follow!)

What are your favorite childhood books? What is your go to baby shower book gift?

Soubhiville My faves were Where the Wild Things Are, The Best Nest, Blueberries for Sal, Sylvester and the Magic Pebble, and the Little Monster books. Just to name a few 😉. 10mo
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DogEaredBooks @eraderneely yes! Such a good choice! 10mo
DogEaredBooks @ephemeralwaltz I love that book! I wish they made it as a board book for my nieces and nephews! 10mo
DogEaredBooks @Soubhiville ❤️♥️ I‘m going to need to look into a few of those! Little monster books were one of my favorites too- I forgot about those! 10mo
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Kaelya
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If you give a pig a pancake by Laura Numeroff illustrates by Felicia Bond is a hilarious story about a pig that is all over the place changing what she wants every minute but coming back to the same ending as when she started. I would use this as storytelling, like I did in class. The students could create a circle and fill in the blanks for each thing the pig does. This book is fantasy because obviously pigs don‘t eat pancakes and hang wallpaper.

Kaelya The UDL I would use for this book is 7.2 because students may be able to relate to themselves as all over the place like the pig or may be able to relate to the little girl if theyre sibling does things like the pig does! I would use number 8 for ESOL because of the images you can create to describe what is happening in the story. #ucflae3414sub18 lauranumeroff.com 1y
Gabylaurel10 This book is so good! It would be great for story telling!! 1y
SierraC I loved this book as kid! I know this would be a great RA :) 1y
DrSpalding Minor errors. Nice EL and UDL alignment. 1y
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LibrarianJen
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I had promised Ezekiel that we would go Build-A-Bear after school today but that obviously didn‘t happen. So instead of spending $7 on 2 stuffed animals I took the goobers to the bookstore and spent &50 instead. 😳💖 #Zeek #raisingreaders

goodbyefrancie Better investment. Cute little readers! 1y
Ericalambbrown Cutest goobers ever! 😊 1y
Louise Love the look of determination on your little girl‘s face. She has found what she wants! 1y
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Izai.Amorim Your girl is so cute! But if I were in the same kindergarten I wouldn‘t mess with her 😁 1y
LibrarianJen @goodbyefrancie @Ericalambbrown @louise Thanks! They are quite cute 💖 1y
LibrarianJen @Izai.Amorim she is a force to be reckoned with that‘s for sure and she only just turned 2! Also hi! Haven‘t seen you on Litsy in a while. Hope all is well with you and your family. 1y
Izai.Amorim @LibrarianJen Thanks. l'm under a lot of stress at the moment but things will get better. 1y
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AndreaG
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This is a sweet F book was a New York Times Best Seller that I would use as a RA to introduce sequence of events in a text for younger classrooms (K-1). I would expand this lesson to have students write their own If you give a ____ a ____ stories. This story follows the day of a girl and her pig friend. The girl spends her day trying to accommodate a pig who finds she needs one thing after the other. #UCFLAE3414SP18

AndreaG UDL 2.2 is provided in the text by the familiar structure followed in each phase of the book. ELL strategies 6, 8, 32. https://www.scholastic.com/teachers/lesson-plans/teaching-content/if-you-give-pi... (edited) 2y
WendyV I LOVE this book, and using it to teach a lesson on sequence of events is a great idea! I can‘t believe I don‘t own this book, but after being reminded how cute it is, I need to make sure to add it to my growing collection! 2y
Laura.S @AndreaG I love this book and the entire collection! I think they are so cute and funny and truly engages students when it is read. I want to make sure my classroom library as all the books of this collection! I think the activity you found is so creative and really allows students to become authors. 2y
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morganhillman This was one of my favorite books growing up! I loved your idea on allowing the kids to come up with their own phrase similar to the book. It‘s a great idea and allows them to be very creative and have fun with it. Great book and lesson plan you added! 2y
ambera I loved these books as a child. I can't wait to introduce these books to my younger students. 2y
erin.yarbrough This one is from my childhood too! 2y
BriannaR Favorite book growing up. Love your choice. 2y
DrSpalding I love the idea of a text innovation; students making their own class book following the style of this author, is a wise choice. 2y
DrSpalding Each of her books make for excellent choices for storytelling as well! What strategy were you thinking? 2y
SadiqaH I like this book because it is great for story telling . 2y
AndreaG @drslalding I was thinking RA, then scaffold to show students what a “If you give me a ____” story would sound like. I‘d have them practice aloud in small groups and them let them branch off independently to write their story. I think this would make text-to-self connections. (edited) 2y
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KatherineBeckham
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If You Give a Pig a Pancake, written by Laura Numeroff and illustrated by Felicia Bond, is a F picture book that is a circular story of what happens when you give a pig a pancake. This book is perfect for an AS of Laura Numeroff, because you can teach the students how she tends to write many books that contain a circular story, thus beginning a lesson on what circular story means. A UDL strategy is 6.2 (support planning and strategy development).

KatherineBeckham This strategy works because you are building the students knowledge of writing strategies by teaching them about circular stories. An ESOL strategy is 42 (have students use timelines to arrange and sequence important facts and information). This link actually takes you to an activity that will help accomplish strategy 42: 2y
MadisonCarter LOL love this image, Katherine! I want all of the books from this series 🐷🥞 2y
elifkelly I love that this book is a part of a series, so students have something to look forward to after they‘ve read her previous books. Great picture! 2y
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readinginthedark
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Read this book with my son last night (love this series!), and then he ordered this for brunch today! Piggy pancakes!

wen4blu Cute! 3y
MrBook Haah! Love this! 3y
readinginthedark @wen4blu @MrBook Fun and yummy! I stole some. 😊 3y
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Varshitha Nice one😆 3y
readinginthedark @Varshitha Thanks! I know we all like our book-themed foods! 3y
Soubhiville That's so fun! 3y
LauraBeth I ❤️ed reading this series to my daughter - if I can remember there are animals hiding in the pictures 3y
readinginthedark @Soubhiville I thought so! Normally the restaurants just do silly faces; pretty original. 3y
readinginthedark @LauraBeth Oh, I didn't know that! We'll have to look for the hidden animals! 3y
LauraBeth @readinginthedark I think there are hidden words too 😀 3y
readinginthedark @LauraBeth Perfect! My son loves look-and-finds! 3y
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