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LogiKitty
Chrysanthemum | Kevin Henkes
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The dad is most definitely me 😂😂

Lifeisasnap My daughter as a toddler loved this book. She wanted a flower name too. She didn‘t have one. Lol 8h
LogiKitty @Lifeisasnap by then it's too late to change names haha! I adored it (: what a wonderful book. 7h
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ChrysFey
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Nora Roberts is doing a photo challenge on Instagram. This is what I posted for Day 6 Trilogy, which could‘ve also worked for Day 4 Garden.

#noraroberts #trilogy #garden #littens #litsy #flowers

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SaunteringVaguelyDownwards
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Day 12: #beauty

I love flowers, but my late kitty had a habit of chewing on them (Subject seen here studiously pretending to be a still life painting until I go away), so I rarely got them. I'm grateful for seeing them in nature--and for the rare times my husband gets them for me!

#gratitude30 #flowers

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abbie-cadabbie
Chrysanthemum | Kevin Henkes
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“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

abbie-cadabbie The lesson plan I chose includes a fun, tactile way to teach “how unkind words can wrinkle your heart.” It includes a during and post activity for younger students to enjoy. https://heartmindonline.org/resources/lesson-plan-teaching-kindness-with-chrysan... 1w
abbie-cadabbie The UDL strategy I chose is to develop self-assessment and reflection (9.3) because this story should help students become kinder and more considerate of other‘s feelings. The ESOL strategy I chose is to encourage self-talk (positive thinking) (3) 1w
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ds111717

“Queen Bee
...
My princely sons are known as drones-
Not one of those boys ever phones!
When it's too crammed,
Then I take a wing.
With such a life-
Who needs a king?!“

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ds111717

I would used this book in my classroom because it could spark interest in one of the children and further create questions about bees that I could use to incorporate in my lesson plans.

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ds111717
Pickpick

UnBEElievables: Honeybee Poems and Paintings written by Douglas Florian. This is a book full of poems that are very informative about honeybees, and included below the poems are description boxes full of facts that are written in the poem. These description boxes reinforce the meaning of the poem by describing what the poem means and the facts it includes.