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Charityann
Shivery Shades of Halloween | Mary McKenna Siddals
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Perfect for today‘s #chillingphotochallenge - GREEN 22 points #teamslaughter #scarathlon @Clwojick

Linsy Cute! 3w
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leximcmillin
A Day with No Crayons | Elizabeth Rusch, Chad Cameron
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This is a super cute RF that is about a girl named Liza who loves to color but then one day she colors her bedroom wall and her mother took away her crayons! Liza was very sad, but then she goes outside to play and realizes that there are colors all around her in the outside world! This story would be perfect for a RA. This book was the winner of the Eloise Jarvis McGraw Award for children‘s literature.

leximcmillin https://www.cpalms.org/Public/PreviewStandard/Preview/5690 This standard would go well with this book because it is about the who/what/where/when/why of stories. Students can answer questions like “who is the main character?” and “why did Liza feel sad” or “why did Liza get her crayons taken away”. A UDL strategy that aligns with this book would be 3.2, Highlight patterns, critical features, big ideas, and relationships. 3w
leximcmillin This is because there are a lot of patterns in the book such as the name of her crayons matching the colors she sees outside, and there are big ideas, such as the fact that there are just as many colors, if not more, in the outside world that there are in a crayon box. An EL strategy that aligns with this book would be 11. Place language in meaningful context. This one fits because the vocabulary that the author uses highly enhances the meaning of 3w
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mandarchy
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This page caused a catharsis about recess. An 8 year old's aha moment.

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Lf196117

There isn‘t a specific quote I enjoy about this book because there is a lot of repetition. I think a teacher should read the “what do you see” in the same rhythm each time to create almost a song effect to this book.

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Lf196117

I would only read this book to an infant or toddler classroom. It‘s too easy for anyone over. A teacher could use silly voices for each animal to make it a more enjoyable read for the students.

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Lf196117
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This is a perfect read aloud to infants and toddlers. This book has a consistent repetition that if read enough, a child could remember it and read it back to you. In the end, it shows all the animals together, allowing children to create connections to the beginning and end of the book.

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peytonfleming
Pink Is for Boys | Robb Pearlman

Review: Pink Is for Boys by Robb Pearlman, 2018, is a beautiful picturebook all about colors. Specifically it's about how colors don't have a gender, and that they are for everyone, even pink!
Blurb: This book is a simple story made for a younger crowd, but that tells a powerful message nonetheless. Teaching children that certain colors aren't for certain people is important.
Quote: “And all the colors are for EVERYONE. Girls and boys.“

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