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thejessashmore

This book, a Geisel Award winner, is about blades of grass growing into different “ests“ but ultimately coming to together with similarities in the end.

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thejessashmore

I would use this book in my future classroom, because it is an easy read for children and it could help children find their own identity.

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thejessashmore

We are ALL the SOMETHING-est!

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ju.ca.no
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Pickpick

My dad‘s christmas presents for my mom- „what to do with a chance?“and „what to do with a problem?“ (we already have „what to do with an idea?“) -they are such lovely children‘s books, I love the illustrations and the cute stories, even though they are somewhat similar. If you are looking for a motivating, lovely children‘s book- I can recommend them😍

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Alexush
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Pickpick

What do you do with a chance is another great hit by Kobe yamada. This modern fiction book teaches children that if they are given a chance they should take it. For this book I would do a literature circle. The UDL I would use for this is 9.3 because they can use this book for self-assessment and reflection.

Alexush The ESOL strategy I would use is Number 3 which is to encourage self talk and positive thinking. The website I would use that has a great lesson plan for this particular book is https://www.kirstenskaboodle.com/what-do-you-do-with-a-chance-activities-and-rev.... 1mo
DrSpalding Your English learner strategy works perfectly with this particular book! Again, you could include your author study as an option as well. 1w
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SaunteringVaguelyDownwards
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#growth

I sometimes struggle to feel like I'm actually accomplishing anything because I've taken so long on my dissertation, but putting this message up in the study room at my library to celebrate the 1 year anniversary of their new building made me realize just how much I've done!
(I actually wrote over 60,000 if you include notes)!

#gratitude30

SaunteringVaguelyDownwards I'm actually going to combine this with day 2: #knowledge! 1mo
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ds111717

“We are ALL the SOMETHING-est!“

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ds111717

I thought this book was age appropriate and appealing to children who feel different or aren't sure who they are yet.

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ds111717
Pickpick

We Are Growing written by Laurie Keller. Geisel Award winning book. A cute picture book about grass growing and becoming different “ests“ but in the end it focuses on what makes us the same.

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Eggs
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“It was hard for Little Acorn to believe he would ever be a big, strong oak tree. Soon Little Acorn grew into Little Oak. But now what was he to do?”

There‘s a miracle inside each of us

#acorn
#quotsysept19
@TK-421

Dragon 🧡🍂 🌳 3mo
gradcat 🥰♥️ (edited) 3mo
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