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Susanita
Laundry Day | Maurie Manning
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I couldn‘t find this book or series in the Litsy database, so I went with a washboard theme. 😁

#sleigh (ed)
##hollyjollyreading

OriginalCyn620 Well, hello abs! 😛 3d
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leximcmillin
Olivia | Ian Falconer
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This Caldecott Honor picture book is a classic MF about a pig named Olivia who is very hyper and loves to annoy her mother and brother. However, they love her anyway. This story would work as a DR because Olivia‘s character is very dramatic so it would be easy to reenact how she acts in the book. https://www.rif.org/literacy-central/book/olivia This site contains many resources and activities to assess students comprehension of the book and engage

leximcmillin students more in the lesson. A UDL strategy that aligns this book is 3.4 Maximize transfer and generalization. An EL strategy that could go with this book is 1. Teach questioning for clarification. 4w
DrSpalding All of the Olivia books are valuable contributions to an elementary classroom library. I specifically enjoy Olivia goes to Venice. Use these books and resources like this to assist students in comprehension and simply foster a love of reading. 3d
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cassandram
Knuffle Bunny | Mo Willems
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Knuckle Bunny is a RF book by Mo Willems that has won a Caldecott in 2005. It shares the story of Trixie and her dad taking a trip to the laundromat and leaving behind her beloved stuff animal. The images in the book are so unique because it combines photographs of Brooklyn with cartoon drawings. This is such an adorable story that would be great for a simple IR. Or if you wanted to incorporate a lesson plan with this hook this site #ucflae3414f19

cassandram Is great https://www.scholastic.com/teachers/lesson-plans/teaching-content/knuffle-bunny-.... For a UDL principle I would use 3.2 by highlighting patterns within the story, such as text bubbles. Then for the ESOL strategy I would use 4 which links lesson to students prior knowledge. This could be to ask students when was a time they lost something super important to them. 4w
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JennaMichelleCohn
Knuffle Bunny | Mo Willems
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This RF book won Mo Willems the 2005 Caldecott Honor. Trixie goes to the laundromat with her dad when she realizes her beloved stuff bunny is missing. This book would be great for RA and S. ESOL strategy 9, “Teach note-taking strategies: T-lists, time lines, etc.,” would work well here, especially if one were to conduct a lesson on the beginning, middle, and end of a story. #ucflae3414f19

JennaMichelleCohn When focusing on beginning, middle, and end, UDL 3.2, “Highlight patterns, critical features, big ideas, and relationships,” and 6.3, “Facilitate managing information and resources,” would work well. http://pigeonpresents.com/content/uploads/2017/08/knuffle_teachguide.pdf this guide comes from Mo Willem‘s site itself, and focuses on diving deep and really understanding the story from the author and illustrator himself. 4w
Tinks This book remind me of when my daughters lost their stuffed babies and were devastated over it. I am definitely going to look into this book. 4w
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shannontevis
Knuffle Bunny | Mo Willems

“Aggle Flaggle Klabble!” This is what Trixie says to her dad when she realizes her knuffle bunny is lost. Her dad doesn‘t understand her and thinks she is just being fussy.

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shannontevis
Knuffle Bunny | Mo Willems

This is a story almost every kid can relate to. It‘s about a little girl loosing her favorite stuffed animal.

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shannontevis
Knuffle Bunny | Mo Willems
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Knuffle Bunny by Mo Willems 2004. Caldecott Honor. This was one of my favorite books growing up! The pictures in this book are very unique. Willems uses black and white pictures of Brooklyn New York and uses his own illustrations over top.