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My favorite picture book to use with lessons was Pink & Say.

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texteach55 11-29-2020 07:22 PM

Here are some that I have used:

Chrysanthemum
Lily’s Plastic Purse
Bad Case of Stripes
Chair For My Mother
The Story of Ferdinand
The Paper Bag Princess
Enemy Pie

I hope this helps.

cemsnowy4 11-29-2020 03:39 PM

I also liked using The Coat of Many Colors by Dolly Parton. After I read the book and do the lesson I will show them Dolly singing the song on YouTube.

klarabelle 11-24-2020 05:48 PM

My favorite picture book to use with lessons was Pink & Say.

Teacherbee_4 11-24-2020 05:33 PM

When we come back after break, my students are learning about identifying the author's message. It's actually a review lesson. I'd like to read a picture book mentor text and then have the students response to what they think the lesson is with 3 clear pieces of text evidence to back it up. However, I want to make sure there is a picture book with 3 clear pieces of evidence. The one I've used in the past is great for identifying the lesson, but it's pretty much just 1 piece of very clear evidence. Any ideas for books?

I'm sure Patricia Pollacco has several that would fit. They JUST read Thank you Mr. Faulkner in library, so I don't want to use that one. Maybe "My Rotten Red Headed Older Brother?" "Pink and Say"?

Amazing Grace by Mary Hoffman is a good one, too. Any other ideas?




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