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Fez223
How to Eat | Thich Nhat Hanh
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Yes

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thejessashmore
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This book, a Caldecott award winner, is a story about an old lady who kept swallowing animals to catch the animal she swallowed before it.

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thejessashmore

I would use this book in my future classroom, because it can get a quiet, more relaxed, classroom more excited and energetic due to how fun and silly you can make your voice while reading it.

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thejessashmore

I don't know why she swallowed the fly. Perhaps she'll die.

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MrBook
More Pies! | Robert N. Munsch
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Pie, pie, and more pie! 😱

Pumpkin pie, mince meat pie, apple pie, chocolate pudding pie, and coconut custard pie.

And jello and homemade whipped cream.

I don‘t eat pie 😬, so I‘m sticking with the jello.
And ice cream sandwiches 🤫. And tea.

Kayla.Adriena Oh man my grandpa loves mincemeat pie! 😬😝 2w
Scochrane26 You don‘t eat pie??!!!!! 2w
Laura317 Send the coconut cream! I‘ll take it off your hands! 2w
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kaysworld1 I'd take it all but the mince meat! 😋 2w
LauraJ I‘ll eat yours! 2w
MrBook @Scochrane26 😂👏🏻 Nope. @Laura317 @LauraJ Okie-dokie 😉🙌🏻! 2w
kspenmoll I‘ll eat any but mince meat- or maybe just that whole bowl of whipped cream?! 2w
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TheHeartlandBookFairy
Layover | David Bell
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Current situation ..
Long layovers are rough 😅
#reading #charging #chilling #eating #metime #glutenfree #papadeaux

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Mwinship
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The Watermelon Seed is a cute, humorous picture book about a crocodile who loves watermelons but is fearful of swallowing a watermelon seed. This F, Theodor Suess Geisel award winning book is written and illustrated by Greg Pizzoli.
This book would be great for a RA because of its humorous storyline, it will have students entertained. Here is a link for a RA that students can follow along with: https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=Gp9F50QzRa0

Mwinship #UCFLAE3414F19
The EL strategy 16 about integrating speaking and listening activities and UDL guideline 5.3 about building fluencies with support align with this book and RA.
1mo
DrSpalding This award winner is perfect for your emergent readers. If you teach kindergarten or first grade, this should be utilized in your lesson plans. 1w
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VioletMoonBooks
Untitled | Unknown
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alexblanco
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The author and illustrator of Watermelon Seed is Greg Pizzoli. This book is very light humored and fun. It‘s about a crocodile who loves watermelon, ate a seed, and thought he was going to turn into a watermelon tree, turn pink, and be put in a fruit salad. After he burped it out he said he‘d never eat it again and then ate watermelon right after. It‘s super vibrant and the colors are bold so it definitely would attract kids. #ucflae3414f19

alexblanco The genre is realistic fiction and it won the Theodore Seuss Geisel Award in 2014. A teaching strategy I‘d use for
This book would be RA. It seems like an entertaining book to read and use good intonation to capture the students attention.
2mo
alexblanco The standard I‘d use would be the one that follows: https://www.cpalms.org/Public/PreviewStandard/Preview/5678. It deals with describing the relationship between the illustrations and the story which I thought would be great for this book because there‘s so many illustrations that help form the story line. 2mo
alexblanco An EL strategy I would use is to promote cooperation (small groups) because other students can help them if they are having a hard time. A UDL strategy I‘d use is to guide appropriate goal setting. This is important because some kids might get off task with such a fun story but it is significant to ensure that they have a set goal and achieve it. 2mo
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mack2799

Loved the illustrations and set up of the book with different size holes inside of it. Would just be a good enjoyable read for kids when in the mood for a laugh.