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The Warden's Daughter | Jerry Spinelli
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Love You Forever | Robert N Munsch
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😢❤😢❤

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Mama's Little Duckling | Marjorie Parker
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Love this dedication! A cautionary tale about Dandelion the ducking, playing and staying safe.

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Coleen
Souvenir: A Novel | Therese Fowler
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Mehso-so

This was somewhat sappier than my typical read. I‘m a little bit of a sucker for tales of teenage loves reunited. A little Lifetime movie-ish with some expected predictability, but the writing wasn‘t terrible. It was decent as a breather between heavier reads.

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alexblanco
Are You My Mother? | P.D. Eastman
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“Are You My Mother?” is a fiction picture book written by P.D Eastman. My mom use to read this book to me all the time as a child. I absolutely loved it! It‘s about a baby bird looking for his mom after she went to find him food. He is so determined to find his mother, that he asks all of these different animals if she is his mother! It is so cute, you must read it. I would use this book as a read aloud in my classroom.

alexblanco The UDL strategy I‘d use for this book would be to offer alternatives for auditory information because there may be some hearing impaired students in the classroom. An ESOL strategy I would use would be to give enough wait time for second language learners to respond to questions. 2mo
alexblanco This is important because it might take them longer to translate what you asked them in their head or to fully comprehend it, so by extending the wait time, it will maximize their opportunity to answer questions. 2mo
alexblanco https://betterlesson.com/lesson/593822/are-you-my-mother This is the lesson plan I would use for this book. I loved the idea of the bubble map! It would be great for audio impaired students because they would be able to physically see the board and what we‘re doing. It also fosters collaboration which is another UDL principle. #ucflae3414f19 2mo
haleyklein I love this book! Thank you for sharing your insight on how to use this in a classroom! (edited) 2mo
DrSpalding What kind of fiction? This is a classic that can be used in a variety of ways in your classroom. 1mo
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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.
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DrSpalding Great idea to use the Florida Department of Education lesson website resource. 2mo
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abbie-cadabbie
Are You My Mother? | P.D. Eastman
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“Are You My Mother?” by P.D Eastman is a silly F story about a newly hatched bird who wanders around looking for his mother who left to find food for him. He asks a cat, a hen, a dog, and many more if they are his mother! This story makes a great S or RA that young readers will definitely laugh at! #UCFLAE3414F19

abbie-cadabbie The lesson plan I chose includes a writing activity that follows the story. This activity includes the use of a bubble map which is great for visual learning. https://betterlesson.com/lesson/593822/are-you-my-mother 2mo
abbie-cadabbie The UDL strategy I chose is to guide information processing and visualization (3.3) This is because of the visual learning in the provided lesson plan. The ESOL strategy I chose is to encourage the use of diagrams and drawings as aids to identify concepts and seeing relationships (30) 2mo
Alexush I loved this book as a kid! This book is great for visualizing and getting kids to listen to descriptions. 2mo
DrSpalding You are correct! I have seen this as a storytelling and read aloud and both strategies work. The bubble map and various other graphic organizers are not only English learner compliant and universal design compliant, they are fabulous teaching tools to enhance comprehension. 1mo
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JennaMichelleCohn
Love You Forever | Robert N Munsch
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This RF book is another one by my absolute favorite author, Robert Munsch. This book absolutely must be approached with caution when reading to children as it deals with the heavy themes of aging, illness, and death. This story follows a mother and son as they grow through their years and face many changes, although one thing remains constant for them: their love for each other #ucflae3414f19

JennaMichelleCohn Not-so-fun fact: Munsch wrote this book in honor of the two children they lost to miscarriages. https://www.teachingchildrenphilosophy.org/BookModule/LoveYouForever this website, along with https://www.edu.gov.mb.ca/k12/cur/physhlth/hs_k-8/gr2less3part1.pdf help educators teach students about the importance of love and kindness, as well as the harder things like death and loss. 3mo
JennaMichelleCohn To help guide along with the above sites, UDL 9.3, “Develop self-assessment and reflection,” works well here. ESOL strategy 42, “Have students use timelines to arrange and sequence important facts and information,” would be great here since the story takes place over roughly 50 or 60 years. This book would be great for RA or S. 3mo
YvetteE What a touching story and background. Thank you for sharing. 3mo
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Tinks This book looks like it will be an adorable read. Love the post. 3mo
Erinehart I will definitely have to check this book out! 3mo
Lrobertson This is the book I remember my mother reading to me when I was little. I still cry every time I read it! 2mo
DrSpalding This is a wonderful book to read aloud around Mother‘s Day. It is also a great book to share with friends that have baby boys. If you are brave enough, sing the repetitive parts! This provides an engaging and interactive read aloud opportunity. 1mo
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ccipriati
Mother Bruce | Ryan T. Higgins
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#UCFLAE3414F19 This funny, fantasy picture book written and illustrated by Ryan T. Higgins will make you laugh out loud. This book is a part of Higgins‘s “Bruce” series. In this book, Bruce loves to cook recipes, especially using eggs. One day he found the perfect recipe and went out to get the ingredients. But Bruce is encountered with one big, unexpected problem that will change his life.

ccipriati This book won the Ezra Jack Keats Award and the E.B. White Read Aloud Award. This would be a great book for a partner read or a read aloud. Higgins‘ illustrations are awesome and there is a lesson to be learned by reading the story. 3mo
ccipriati The UDL Guideline strategy that I have chosen for this book is 1.1 which is a strategy intended to offer ways of customizing the display of information. You can do this by showing the students a read aloud with pictures and audio. 3mo
ccipriati The ESOL Strategy that I picked for this book is #2 which is a strategy where you promote cooperation (small groups). This can be done while the students are engaged in partner readings. Also by pairing a number of ELL students together who are reading at different levels together with some non-ELL students will foster collaboration among them. 3mo
ccipriati This is a great link to use into your classroom to satisfy the UDL Guideline strategy. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JteBHvIEEic 3mo
DrSpalding You could add your lovely Piktochart as a resource as well. I am thrilled you enjoyed learning more about his work and students truly enjoy this series. Mother Bruce is a wonderful folklore variant to share with your students. 1mo
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