“I have dreams, you know!” “Fine.” This page was hilarious because the pigeon was so passionate about letting him drive the bus.
I liked how at the end he ended up driving a truck and not the bus. It made me laugh.
Don‘t let the Pigeon drive the bus was written by Mo Willems in 2003. This Caldecott award winning book is hilarious and so fun to read with children. It even made me laugh. The illustrations of the frustrated pigeon are silly and fun and the story line being interactive is really what makes it.
“Don‘t Let the Pigeon Drive the Bus!” Is an adorable and hilarious book that uses minimal words and pictures to create a very attention grabbing story. This book is definitely one that would grab children‘s attention for story time in the classroom!
Don‘t Let the Pigeon Drive the Bus by Mo Williams was written in 2003 and is a Caldecott Honor Book. It was so cute. Readers can anticipate from the title and illustrations that there will be a mischievous pigeon that is dying to drive the bus even though he is not allowed. I think children will learn from this book to never give up on their dreams because the pigeon never gave up on his and even made his dreams grow by seeing the semi truck.
Don‘t let the Pigeon Drive the Bus words and pictures by Mo Willems has won a Caldecott Medal. This book is about a bus driver that must leave, and he warns the reader not to let the pigeon drive the bus. The pigeon tries different techniques to persuade you to let him drive until the bus driver comes back. #ucflae3414su19
This Caldecott Honor MF picture book written and illustrated by Mo Willems is about driver who has to leave his bus and asks the audience to not let the pigeon drive the bus!
Teaching Strategies: RA, LC, S
UDL: 4.2: Play the YouTube storytime version for students to have access to a motion picture version of the book.
EL: 11. Change of voice and gesture to express the words in the story.
Don‘t Let the Pigeon Drive the Bus by Mo Willems (Caldecott Award)- This MF book would be a perfect RA or S. In the story, a bus drive takes a break from his route and a pigeon is dying to take the wheel while he is gone! The pigeon begs to drive it over and over again, even throwing a fit. While reading, students are able to yell at the pages, making them feel like they are in charge of the fate of story.
Don‘t Let the Pigeon Drive the Bus! is a MF written and illustrated by Mo Willems. This is a great storytelling book for your elementary classroom! This Caldecott Honor tells a story about a stubborn pigeon who wants to drive a bus, but is being told no. #ucflae3414su19
https://www.virtualbookclubforkids.com/dont-let-the-pigeon-drive-the-bus-inspire... has 16 different activities and crafts that can be done with students.
This MF story, winner of a Caldecott honor, by Mo Willems is such a fun read! This is a silly story about a pigeon being very eager to drive the bus while the driver is away. He really wants to do it and he asks the students reading if he can! This book would be best RA while using ESOL strategy 16, integrating reading and writing activities, pulled from Mo Willems website http://pigeonpresents.com/get-busy/.