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JenlovesJT47
Huggy Kissy | Leslie Patricelli
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Got this new board book at the library yesterday. I enjoy all of her books and this was no exception. I especially like her bilingual books! 4⭐️

#WinterGames
#TMSkellington
#TBRread
#Jace

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Texreader ❤️❤️❤️ 24h
emtobiasz Her books are great! Just the right number of words 😉 22h
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JRone
The Kissing Hand | Audrey Penn
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The Kissing Hand, written by Audrey Penn and illustrated by Ruth E. Harper and Nancy M. Leak, is a F that features Chester the raccoon and his mom. Chester is terrified to start school and being away from his mother and his home. Chester's mom tells him the secret of The Kissing Hand to comfort Chester. This New York Times Best Selling Book would be a great choice for a SR where the teacher can model fluent reading. #UCFLAE3414F19

JRone ESOL strategy #4 Link lesson topic to students‘ prior knowledge and UDL strategy 7.2 Optimize relevance, value, and authenticity would be great for this book because a student can relate to how Chester feels.

https://www.cpalms.org/Public/PreviewResourceLesson/Preview/62230 is a lesson plan that uses prior knowledge and guiding questions help the students comprehend the book. It also adds A Pocket Full of Kisses as another book to use.
1mo
DrSpalding Great idea to use the Florida Department of Education lesson website resource. 1w
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kradebaugh
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This is cute fantasy book by Audrey Penn and Illustrated by Barbara Leonard Gibson. I love this book and I think it would be a great add to any library where kids are involved. I read this book to my kids at home but I also read this book to my high school students. I think that this book helps to teach children that just because an adult shows affection to someone else doesn't mean they do not care about us. #ucflae3414f19

kradebaugh The UDL's I chose are 8.3 foster collaboration and community and 2.4 promote understanding across languages. For ESOL Teaching questioning for clarification and teach to two objectives, language, and content. 2mo
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meganslats
Counting kisses | Karen Katz

“Two, gentle kisses on tired closing eyes.“

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meganslats
Counting kisses | Karen Katz

I'm not sure if I would read this book in my classroom, but I definitely would read it to my own children before they go to sleep. It is a great book to read to them when they are beginning to learn to count and when they want love.

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meganslats
Counting kisses | Karen Katz
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I love this picture book. My parents used to read it to me when I was a young kid all the time, and it was my favorite! It is a simple book that can help the kids learn to count, but it is also a good book to read to young children before bed. It counts backwards from 10 to 1 and the baby is getting one less kiss each time, but by the end (one) the baby falls asleep.

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mack2799
The Pout-Pout Fish | Deborah Diesen

“She approaches Mr. Fish, but instead of saying hey...she plants a kiss upon his pout and then she swims away.“

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mack2799
The Pout-Pout Fish | Deborah Diesen
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This was a picture book. It had a repetitive structure that made the same replies and questions happen until suddenly a turn was taken and as a result, the pout pout fish became happy again. Its illustrations kept me entertained and the watercolors added to the effect of under the sea. It also showed different moods that each fish had in an effective way to get a better sense of characterization.

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mack2799
The Pout-Pout Fish | Deborah Diesen

Cute story with a good plot showed how one regular sad fish became happy in the end.

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megnews
A Kiss Goodbye | Audrey Penn
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A sweet book about dealing with change. This would be a good read for a child who‘s moving or changing schools.

#BBRC #A2Z

LibrarianRyan 👍🏻😁❤️ 3mo
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