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#Onomatopoeia
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Valink
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Highly entertained to see The Book with no Pictures right under the sign for “Picture Books”!

tracey38 🤔😆 2d
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LMJenkins
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I loved #SantaThing last Christmas and I'm excited to do it again!

https://www.litsy.com/web/santathing

sblbooks I just signed up! #firsttimer 2mo
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cassandram
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We‘re going on a bear hunt by Michael Rosen is a super fun F book that shares a families journey to catch a bear. This would be great for a RA because once you get into the groove of it, it‘s such a catchy book. This awesome site http://case.cy.edu.tw/mediafile/4220012/news/350/2010-9/72010-9-13-15-47-52-nf1.... provides a script of the book, link to a song, and fun activities teachers could use for this book. #ucflae3414f19

cassandram For a UDL principle I would use 8.3 by fostering collaboration by getting students involved. The ESOL strategy I would incorporate 17 by providing contextual support through the videos, script, and activities in the link above. 2mo
DrSpalding What a phenomenal resource! Songs work well! They are motivating and help children remember content. As you have noted they also comply with English learner and universal design principles. 1mo
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TheReadingMermaid
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This is such a cute book and me and my son absolutely love reading it together.

21pts for #TeamStoker
#Scarathlon

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jb72
Where's My Mummy? | Carolyn Crimi
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#scarathlon #teamstoker

6 points - book read and participation

jb72 And this one? @TheReadingMermaid 3mo
TheReadingMermaid 🧟‍♀️ 3mo
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CoverToCoverGirl
The Listening Walk | Paul Showers
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Apparently all those audible #audiowalks have earned me a collection of badges.. didn‘t even know this was a thing - cool 😎
#audiobooks

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Jewelwinkler
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#ucflae3414f19 This RF book is about how a family is on an adventure to find a bear but it doesn't turn out the way they hoped! This book would be perfect for a DR since you the students could easily act out the different scenes in this book. The UDL guideline I would use for this book would be 3.2 (Highlight patterns, critical features, big ideas, and relationships) as this book is repetitious (in a good way!)

Jewelwinkler The EL strategy I would use is number 17 Provide contextual support through audio visuals, models, demonstrations, realia, body language and facial expressions) since this book will be acted out it will provide a great visual representation for EL's. A great resource to get more information on this book is https://www.scholastic.com/teachers/books/we-re-going-on-a-bear-hunt-by-michael-....
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GroeningsC loved this post! Very organized and easy to follow, also loved the picture. SO CUTE! 3mo
Mwinship Wow those kids are adorable but also I love that book! I know this book is easily remembered from a lot of people‘s childhoods and I believe it is a great RA! 3mo
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cassandram LOVE this book. When I first started working at a preschool this was the book that always got the children to listen and relax on the carpet. 3mo
cassandram They even have a CD with it and it‘s great too 3mo
Shannyblake Hey Jewel, I really love this post! The kids are adorable and this is a great book. Your EL strategy and UDL is aligned well to your post. Great job :) 3mo
DrSpalding Another beautiful image with adorable children! Great post. 1mo
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