another little tidbit from Chrysanthemum that I relate to 💕 going through all the children's books I got from the library. this was one I just LOVED!
The dad is most definitely me 😂😂
The dad is most definitely me 😂😂
“Chrysanthemum” by Kevin Henkes is a sad, but fulfilling F story about a young mouse named Chrysanthemum who absolutely loves her beautiful, long name! She begins to get made fun of by a few of her classmates which results in her despising her name. This Notable Children‘s Award winning book would make a great RA to teach good morals. #UCFLAE3414F19
The genre of this book is RF. We read this book the first week of school because it shows how behavior expectations should be. Chrysanthemum has a long name and is teased for it but read to find out how the teasing stopped. This book is a great S for the first week of school.
Chrysanthemum is a MF by Kevin Henkes. The book follows her on her first day of school. She thinks everything is going to be perfect until the other students start making fun of her. The book honestly looks at teasing, self-esteem and acceptance. It could be used for a PR. #ucflae3414su19
Chrysanthemum is a cute little story (F) about a little mouse named Chrysanthemum. Chrysanthemum absolutely loves her name until she goes to school and is made fun of because her name is too long! This book would be great as a RA and can be used to show students that being unique is nothing to be ashamed of! #LAE3414SP19
1) Homemade chicken based soup, sweets, and junk food.
2) My mom always read me Chrysanthemum by Kevin Henkes.
3) laying in bed watching TV and doing nothing...honestly pretty much the same. I just wish I had someone to make me homemade soup & buy me goodies like when I was a kid.
Chrysanthemum was written by Kevin Henkes and was one of my favorite books as a child! This book won the ALA Notable Children‘s book award in 1991 and focuses on the importance of being nice to others and being proud to be who you are!
Chrysanthemum by Kevin Kenkes is listed as Modern Fantasy (F). This book is a great story about a little girl who was given a unique name, which she loved until she went to school was was made fun of by the other students. This book will help the students that are bullied or mad fun of because of a difference they can't help. This book can be used as a IR, SR, and PR amongst students.
Chrysanthemum by Kevin Henkes is about students making fun of Chrysanthemum for her 13-letter name. In the end she was able to learn to love her name and it makes her who she is. Which is true for all students. Your name is what makes you who you are. #ucflae3414f17
Chrysanthemum written and illustrated by Kevin Henkes is a F ALA Noteable Book award winner and would make a great AS book. This would be a good author study book, because Kevin Henkes has written multiple books that children enjoy. This book teaches children about bullying and self acceptance. UDL Principle 2.5 (Illustrate through multiple media) would be good for this book because not only is it a picture book that can be displayed on a
This F, ALA notable book is perfect for RA with primary grades. Chrysanthemum is a young mouse who loves her name until she goes to school and the other children make fun of it. They say it is too long and they tease her because she is named after a flower. Chrysanthemum wants to change her name until, Mrs. twinkle, a beloved teacher shows support to her for her unique, beautiful name. This book is a great lesson about staying true to yourself.
I would have appreciated this book in elementary school! I have a unique, foreign first name that no one could ever pronounce during my school years. I always longed for a simple, stylish name like...Sandy! Being unique and original is beautiful! #kidlit #picturebook
This F book encourages children to embrace what we have, and to not let people bring us down. In the book, Chrysanthemum loves her name, until she starts school and the children begin to pick on her unique name. What happens next, is a great take-away message for everyone to appreciate. The following website provides a plethora of lesson plan options. https://www.varsitytutors.com/englishteacher/chrysanthemum-lesson-plans #ucflae3414sp17
Chrysanthemum is an animal fiction story about a sweet mouse who has an extraordinary name, but when she gets to school her peers are not so sure about her name. This story shows readers the importance of being unique and accepting everyone's differences. For some classroom resources to follow along with the book go to https://www.varsitytutors.com/englishteacher/chrysanthemum-lesson-plans
Chrysanthemum is a realistic fiction picture book. The little girls parents think everything about her is perfect, especially her name. Chrysanthemum also thought it was perfect until she went to school and her classmates made fun of her name. Until one day one adult changes things.
This realistic fiction picture book won School Library Journal's Best book of the year, and for good reason. This little mouse can teach children about acceptance, kindness and confidence, while also addressing topics such as bullying and the importance of family. Scholastic provides a great "change your name" activity for students to further understand kindness & acceptance http://www.scholastic.com/browse/collateral.jsp?id=32395 #UCFLAE3414sp17