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This is Not My Hat | Jon Klassen
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This Is Not My Hat is a F, Caldecott Award winning book written and illustrated by Jon Klassen. This book follows a little fish who stole a hat from a big fish and his journey underwater. I think this would be a good book for a PR. Science could be incorporated into this lesson plan by having students study the environments the animals in this story live in with their partners.

Mwinship This worksheet has students draw the environments the animals live in from the story: https://www.candlewick.com/book_files/0763655988.kit.2.pdf
The EL strategy 46 about discovery learning activities and UDL guideline 2.1 about clarifying symbols and vocabulary align with this book and lesson. #UCFLAE3414F19
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ChrisC
President Squid | Aaron Reynolds
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President squid is a traditional literature picture book that would be great for read aloud in a k-2 classroom. I‘m this book the author explores the qualities of a leader. It is a funny book that children will enjoy. #ucflae3414f19

ChrisC You can find resources and lesson plans at www.teachingbooks.net The ELL strategy that would work with this book is to use graphic organizers to help students compare and contrast the characters. The UDL principle that would benefit the students would be a 6.3, facilitate managing information to help students set goals for reading. (edited) 1d
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ChrisC
Ultimate Ocean Rumble | Jerry Pallotta
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This is a nonfiction picture book about what would happen if sea creatures met in a tournament. Who would be the ocean champion? This is a good book for independent readers in grades 3-5. #ucflae3414f19

ChrisC The ELL strategy I would use would be activate prior knowledge to help students make connections. The principle that would go along with this book is 3.1 activate or supply background knowledge to help students with making connections. To find good resources at a modest price visit www.teacherspayteachers.com they have resources and lesson plans to use with this book. 1d
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karlasanabria1
Swimmy | Leo Lionni
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Swimmy by Leo Lionni is a Caldecott winning F picture book that teaches students the importance of wonder, exploration, teamwork, and perseverance. A must have to both inspire and entertain your elementary aged students. Performing a RA with this book will make for a memorable lesson your students will love. #UCFLAE3414F19

karlasanabria1 This link provides excellent teacher resources https://www.rif.org/literacy-central/book/swimmy. The UDL Guideline I‘d attach to this story is maximizing transfer and generalization (3.4). While the ESOL Strategy would be structuring advance organizers consisting for new terminology that learners will encounter in the new lesson vocabulary to be reviewed (23). 2d
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GatheringBooks
Hello Lighthouse | Sophie Blackall
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#Movember Day 9: #LaIslaBonita reminded me of this Caldecott Medal book. Fats‘ review: the book “is a beautiful tribute to lighthouses and lighthouse keepers around the world. Written in verse, the book portrays the duties of a lighthouse keeper: tending the light from sunrise to sunset, sounding the signal to warn ships when it‘s too foggy, doing household chores, meticulously recording what happens each day in a logbook.” https://wp.me/pDlzr-k0t

mdm139 Loved this book 3d
TracyReadsBooks Absolutely love this book and the fantastic illustrations! 3d
Cinfhen I remember this gorgeous book 😍🤩🥰 3d
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