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#QuotsyAug19 Day 21: #Elder - I can live with this.

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jmartucci
Mr Tiger Goes Wild | Peter Brown
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Mr. Tiger Goes Wild, by Peter Brown, is such a beautiful MF book. The pictures were amazing and it won the Golden Kite Award. It is about a tiger who lives with all the other animals in the city and one day decides that he wants to live in the woods. This book would be fun as a DR, allowing the students to act it out and enjoy themselves.

jmartucci You can activate background knowledge (UDL 3.1) by asking the students if they‘ve ever seen these animals anywhere, like the zoo. ESOL strategy 4, link lesson topic to students‘ prior knowledge, allows the students to recognize they already have some understanding. This website has some fun activities for this book.
https://firstgradeblueskies.com/mr-tiger-goes-wild-activities/ #ucflae3414su19
3mo
monalyisha I absolutely adore this book! 3mo
DrSpalding Thank you for sharing this book! I think you should make the tiger cookies! Use this in a primary classroom. Helpful resource. 2mo
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4thhouseontheleft
Finding Wild | Megan Wagner Lloyd
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#bbrc #picturebook #a2z Letter F:

The beautiful illustrations were the best part of this book for me. The two children go out to find The Wild. It has a beautiful message to seek out adventure, and how the wild can be found even in urban environments. Even if the wild sometimes includes ouchy or itchy things, beauty is right around the corner.

Doesn‘t quite fit my theme for this part of the challenge, but it was still lovely.

Tex2Flo 🌼💕🌹👌🌺🙏🌸 4mo
LibrarianRyan 😁👍🏻❤️ 4mo
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BooknerdsLife
The Hunger Games | Suzanne Collins
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#30JuneBooks #WildBooks
Spotted some books in the #Wild the other day while visiting my daughter‘s Uni and they have this street library near the day care centre there. It‘s so gorgeous and have some nice books, both adult and kids books too. So I took one home & returned with more today 🤗 I love seeing books in their wild habitats 😆
Do you have a street library near you?

#booknerd #readinglife #AussieReaders #bookworm #StreetLibrary #library

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GatheringBooks
Mr Tiger Goes Wild | Peter Brown
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#SongsOfSummer Day 20: this is an immensely powerful book that celebrates the richness of diversity and being true to one‘s self without necessarily distancing one‘s self from everyone else. Mr Tiger eventually found a happy compromise without sacrificing his integrity or his truth by being one of them #WildOnes. My review: https://wp.me/pDlzr-deX

Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks So pretty and a great story!! 4mo
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DrSpalding
Mr Tiger Goes Wild | Peter Brown
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#bookaday June 2, 2019

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MrsBuell
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GatheringBooks
Wild | Emily Hughes
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#SeasonsReadings Day 11: These #GreenBooks also have a wild streak in them. Reviewed all four of them in this post on “Finding Wild in Picturebooks.” Tagged book is this tangled mess of greens and bursting whites and untamed blues that ripple out into the open sea. What a fascinating read into what constitutes civilized behaviour, and from whose lenses is the notion of ‘wild‘ defined. My review: https://wp.me/pDlzr-deX

Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks 💚💚💚 10mo
vkois88 Where the Wild Things Are 😍😍😍 10mo
MayJasper Splendid books you have chosen 10mo
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GatheringBooks
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#Gratitude30 Day 4: Fats‘ review: “Fall in love with Swatch as she runs around town in search of colors! As a “#color-tamer,” Swatch sure knows how to make her world a colorful place. The book celebrates our “wild” side and inspires us to create a colorful masterpiece every chance we get.” Her full review: https://wp.me/pDlzr-cST

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GatheringBooks
Finding Wild | Megan Wagner Lloyd
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#31BookPics Day 25: Def one of the #BooksInTheWild, I feel that my inner dryad has been awakened by this lyrical picturebook that knows wildness in its core. There is a sweeping green to this story. Sometimes tucked in little corners, or sneaking up on the reader unawares. But most often, it is described as a whiff of the wind, a grazing on the cheek, a gurgle of a lake somewhere. My review: https://wp.me/pDlzr-deX

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