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For this book (2), I picked this book because I love multicultural books and this looked like a great one. For this book (1), I would have students write about a time they did something all by themselves. (1), I picked this book because it had penguins in it and my kindergarten class is learning about penguins. For this book (1), I would have students write what their favorite antarctic animal is and what they learned about that animal from the book. (1), I picked this book because it looked like a nice story about fireflies. For this book (1), I would have students write what they learned and thought was interesting about fireflies (1), I chose this day because it is about day of the dead and would be a good way for kids to learn what Day of the Dead is. For this book I would have kids use a graphic organizer to compare and contrast Halloween and Day of the Dead. (1), I picked this book because I love Buddy Holly and because kids love to hear stories that involve music. For this book I would have kids write what kind of instrument they would like to learn to play and why. (1), 2nd-3rd grade (1), I would have students write a description of what their perfect car would look like. (1), I would have students write about a time they worked really hard to get better at something or write about something they would like to get better at. (1), I picked this book because it revolves around Halloween which is my favorite holiday. For this book (1), I would have kids write about their favorite monster or have them make up a monster and describe it or write about what they like best about Halloween. (1), I picked this book because it looked like a multicultural book and I always enjoy reading multicultural books. For this book (1), I would have students write about a time they experienced a new culture or write about a culture they would like to learn more about (1), I picked this book because it has animals in it. For this book (1), I would have kids find 5 pairs of rhyming words from the story. (1), I picked this book because I like; I like the way it gets kids to think outside of the box. For this book I would have students make a page as if it were going to be in the book (1), I picked this book because it is set in the winter and it is currently winter. For this book (1), I would have kids write what they thought the author was trying to say with this story. (1), I picked this book because I really like Miss Spider books. For this book (1), I picked this book because from the title alone I knew that it would be a great book for all children who struggle with interrupting. For this book (1), I would have students write about what they thought of the book or write about what they were nervous about on the first day of school. (1), I picked this book because it is a good introduction to Children s chapter books. For this book (1), I would have students write about what their favorite thing about Halloween is and why. (1), I picked this book because I was trying to find a book to share for St. Patricks Day. For this book I would have the students write about what they would rather have; wit or luck and why. (1), I picked this book because it was a well talked about multicultural book. For this books I would have students draw a picture of his family and write about what makes their family special to them. (1), I picked this book because the illustrations were similar to comic book illustrations which I just liked. For this book (1), I would have students write about things that would make them into a crankenstein. (1), I would have students draw a picture of themselves inside one of their favorite books. (1), I would have students write what type of animal they would want to have if they could pick any animal in the world. (1), I picked this book because it was part of the author share we did it class. For this book (1), I would have students write what they learned from the book or what they think the author was trying to tell them. (1), I picked this book because it was part of the author share in class. For this book (1), I would have students write what they would do if they knew that no one would make fun of them. (1), I picked this book because I it was park of the author share in class. For this book (1), I would have students write either what they liked about the book or what they learned from the book. (1), I picked this book because it was part of our author share demonstration in class. For this book I would have students illustrate a picture of their favorite part of the book and explain why that part was their favorite. (1), I picked this book because it was part of our book share in class. For this book (1), I picked this book because the illustrations reminded me of Madeline and because I love crocodiles. For this book (1), I picked Tito Puente because it is a real story in a children book form. I also picked it because it is in both English and Spanish. For this book (1), I would have students pick out and write down rhyming words from the book. (1), I would have students write about a time they lost something very special or what their favorite game to play with their friends is. (1), I picked this book because I like fly guy books. For this book (1), I would have students describe in writing and illustrate what their dream lunch would be. (1), I picked this book because it involved reading. For this book (1), I would have students write and illustrate their own story! (1), I picked this book because it looked funny. For this book (1), I would have students write what type of food they would be if they were food and what kind of food their best friend would be if they were food. (1), I picked this book because I love Fly Guy books! For this book (1), I will have students write about why it is good to be nice and have friends. (1), I would have my students match up rhyming words from the story. (1), For this book I would have students name all the animals they saw and write about the one they found the most fascinating and why. (1), I picked this book because I had never read the original Little Miss Spider book but I had read all the others. For this book (1), I would have students write about the person who loves them the most. (1), I picked this book because it looked like a fun Halloween book. For this book I would have students write if they think Ms. McWee is a witch or not and why. (1), I would have students write about the fun things they do everyday. (1), Kindergarten Rhyming (1), Compound Word Book (1), I picked this book because I felt it was a nice introduction to chapter books for younger students. I would have students write and illustrate what type of pet they would have if they could have any pet real or made up! (1), I picked this book because I had never read it and it looked interesting. For this book (1), I would have children write what they like now and what they would like to be when they grow up. (1), I picked this book because I love If You Give a Mouse a Cookie and wanted to see if this one is similar. For this book I would have students write whether or not they would want to take a mouse to school and why. (1), I picked this book because I like Eric Carle books. For this book I would have students just write to me what they thought of the book. Whether they liked it or didn't and why; I would have them reflect on it. (1), I picked this book because I liked the mix of real and drawn images. For this book (1), I would have children write a sentence about what they would do if they could stay up late and cut out pictures from magazines that help illustrate their writing. (1), I picked this book because I liked the illustrations. For this book (1), I would have students write what they do around the house to help their parents. (1), I picked this book because it reminded me of Boom Chicka Boom. For this book (1), I would have students write what their favorite part of the book was and why. (1), I picked this book because It looked like an interesting take on an ABC Book. For this book I would have students write their own ABC book and circle the vowels. (1), look in the clouds and draw what they see. (1), I picked this book because it was a favorite of mine when I was younger and it had been a while since I read it. For this book (1), I would have students write (in a complete sentence) what kind of animal they would like to turn into if they got to turn into one. (1), I picked this book because it involves Valentines day and I love Valentines day. For this book (1), I would have my students write what they look forward to about Valentines day and why. (1), I chose this book because it has zoo animals in it and I love animals. For this book (1), I would have my students write what animal they would want to wake them up and why. (1), I chose this book because I liked the concept of it. For this book (1), I would have students go outside (1), I picked this book because it was one of my favorites as a child and I wanted to reread it. For this book (1), I picked this book because It was the first book I learned to read and really enjoyed reading. For this book (1), text to text (1), I picked this book because of the illustrations. For this book (1), I would have students write their own stories for others to read. (1), I picked this book because it had similar illustrations from the black lagoon books. For this book (1), I would have students come up with their own homework. They could learn about whatever they wanted and then they would write me a few sentences about what they learned. (1), I picked this book because it looked exciting and full of adventure! For this book (1), I would have students mix together a few of their favorite stories and make up a new ending. (1), I picked this book because it looked unique and I had never read a book about an Eskimo before. For this book (1), I would have students write about where all the colorful treasures came from. (1), I would have students write about what nice things they could do to help their friends. (1), I would have students draw a picture and describe how they would do their hair on crazy hair day. (1), I picked this book because of the diversity and the message it sends. For this book (1), I would have students write what they like about themselves and what they like about a classmate (1), I picked this book because it is one of the books in my author share. For this book (1), I would have students write about what animal would make them cranky like Old Man Fookwire. (1), I picked this book because it is one of the books for my author share. For this book I would have students write about their favorite animal and what food that animal would love. (1), I picked this book because it is one of the books I am reading for my author share. For this book (1), I would have students draw explain what they would look like if they were a monster and what they would be afraid of. (1), I picked this book because I know lots of little girls like Fancy Nancy books. For this book (1), I picked this book because it involved the library which most students love. For this story (1), I picked this book because it looked silly and I enjoy picking books that will make students laugh. For this book (1), I picked this book because it was illustrated by my favorite illustrator. For this book (1), I picked this book because it looked nice and fun. For this book (1), I picked this book because it was one of my favorites as a kid. For this book I would have students write if they really thought that Max went to the place where the wild things were. (1), I picked this book because I love Scooby Doo books. For this book (1), I would have students write about how they would catch a monster. (1), I picked this book because I love Charlie and Lola books and I thought it would be a good book for the first day or week of school. For this book (1), I would have students write or draw that they are most excited about school. (1), I picked this book because it would be relate-able to kids. For this book (1), I would have students write about what they would want to wake up to after they had lost a tooth. (1), I would have students write about why it is important to have friends. (1), I picked this book because it was recommended to me. I would use it for a lesson on making inferences. (1), I picked this book because it is based on a true story. For this book (1), I would have students write what their favorite part of the book is and why. (1), I picked this book because of the dolphins and the illustrations. For this book (1), I would have students write why it is important to save animals. (1), This book was read in class for a lesson plan presentation. I would use this book just how Erica did; with text to self (1), and text to world connections. (1), I picked this book because I am doing a lesson on compound words. I would use this book to introduce compound words. (1), This book was read in class by Dr. Reed. I would use this book to show that when writing a story you need to plan and know what you want to write about. (1), I would have students write about their dream pet. (1), I would have kids describe and draw what their imaginary friend would look like. (1), I picked this book because I had never read this Dr.Seuss book and was interested in reading it. For this book I would have students write and draw whatever they can think up. (1), I picked this book because I love Franklin books and this books looked like it would have a good message to it. For this book (1), I would have students pick a favorite page of the book and write how they would make the characters on that page go away. (1), I picked this book because I thought that it would be a great book for childrens imaginations and creativity. For this activity (1), I would have students write what they would do with a box. (1), I picked this book because I had always really enjoyed Miss Nelson books when I was growing up. For this book (1), I would have students write who they think Coach Swamp was. (1), I picked this book because it had a cute puppy on it. For this book (1), I would have students write about what they liked best about the story or what their favorite thing to eat at a picnic would be. (1), I would have students write about what they would do to be nice to a new friend. (1), I would have the students write about a time they were sick and who helped them get better. (1), I picked this book because I liked all the farm animals and the rhyming words. For this book (1), I would have students write about what animal they would want as their best friend and why. (1), I picked this book because I liked that it had a mix of the scooby doo monsters and valentines day. For this book (1), I would have students illustrate their favorite part of the book and write what they like the most about valentines day. (1), I picked this book because I thought it would be a good introduction to the fall season. For this book (1), I would have students write what it is they like about fall. (1), I picked this book because I always like reading holiday books with normal book characters in them. For this book (1), I would have students write what Thanksgiving similarities they might share with Clifford family thanksgiving. (1), I picked this book because it was a counting book. For this book (1), I picked this book because I wanted to read a childrens book that was factual. For this book (1), I picked this book because of its beautiful and unique illustrations. For this book (1), I would have students write about a time they weren't good at something but with practice they got batter. (1), I would have students write about their joys and sorrows (1), of all that he knew and of all the things they'd hope to come. (1), I picked this book because it was one of my favorites when I was growing up. For this book (1), I would have students write which story they believe the one from the pigs point of view or the one from the wolfs point of view and why. (1), I picked this book because it covered the topic of bullying. For this book (1), I would have students write what they should do if they are being bullied or if they see someone else being bullied. (1), I picked this book because I like the Froggy books and so do most students. For this book (1), I chose this book because I had never seen a book about a cloud before. For this book (1), I would have students write what Pipkin found a million of. (1), I would have my students write something they could do that would mean a lot to someone else. (1), I picked this book because I enjoyed books about trolls under bridges when I was younger. For this book (1), I would have students write about what they think the author was trying to tell them with this book. (1), I picked this book because it had racing in it which I knew would catch the interest of many boys in class. For this book (1), I would have students draw and describe what kind of car they would drive if they could make their own car. (1), I picked this book because of all the farm animals it has in it. For this book (1), I would have my students write what Mr. Duck learned after all the animals had come to swim. (1), I picked this book because it incorporated animals and winter. For this book (1), kinder chapter books (1)
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Jan 30, 2016