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Old 03-27-2009, 05:30 AM
 
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Any good picture books out there to teach this with 1st graders? Keep in mind that my students are mostly below grade level.


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I don't know if that is how it is spelled, but it is by Kevin Henkes. I teach older kids, but that came to mind because at the...

beginning: loves her name
middle: kids tease her and she doesn't like it so much
end: proud to be herself

Just a thought?
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fairy tales or nursery rhymes
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These are familiar stories so they can concentrate on the skill rather than the book.

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A few I've used are:
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Amos and Boris - William Steig
Dr. DeSoto - William Steig
Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs -Judi Barrett
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Jan Brett books are good


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I like these stories for teaching structure/organization. The patterns are very easy to pick out, and the stories are short and funny.
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Several books come to mind that I have used
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including:
the carrot seed
the snowy day
the mitten or the hat from jan brett
the gingerbread man
the 3 bears
3 pigs
3 billy goats gruff
mrs wishy washy
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I have found that most books in the Arthur series have a very clear beginning middle and end.
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