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Green
Green | Laura Vaccaro Seeger
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Illustrations and simple, rhyming text explore the many shades of the color green.
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dbears1
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Green by Laura Seeger is beautiful RF illustrated book !
Green has won several awards:2013 Caldecott Honor Book Award ,the American Library Association Notable Children's Book Award and in 2013 it was listed as New York Times best seller. This book compares various colors of green in the illustrations and explores the idea of what shades of green around us. Students will love this RA book ! #ucflae3414su20

dbears1 UDL- Offer alternatives for visual information 1.3 and how might patterns critical features be ideas and relationships 3.2. ESOL strategy- Link lesson topic to students prior knowledge. This is a great beginners reader book and can be used in art class.After reading this book student will recognize the many colors around them. 3y
dbears1 Adding this lesson plan will help your students enjoy this wonderful illustrated book ! https://images.macmillan.com/folio-assets/teachers-guides/9781596432727TG.pdfde 3y
CameoD I loved this book as a kid!!! It encourages out of the box thinking and is super helpful for visual learners. Your UDL principles fit perfectly :) 3y
DrSpalding Using the publishers website is a wise choice. What a great book to use when teaching about various colors in kindergarten. The images are beautiful and award-winning. 2y
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Eggs Have you read all these? 4y
EadieB @Eggs No not yet! 4y
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Madimccrady22
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The coolest thing about this book is that each page has cut outs where the pages behind it will be incorporated to the page before.

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Madimccrady22
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Green by Laura Vaccaro Seeger is a Caldecott winning book that was published in 2012. This book is about all different colors of green. Each page has a different shade of green and it is represented by something that is green. There is a green fern, faded green, slow green, all green, etc. This is more of a picture book that has cut outs on each page for the kids to interact with.

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Green is a nonfiction picture book illustrated & written by Laura Vaccaro Seeger that teachers students different shades of green in nature, with cut-out shapes linking the different scenes. This Caldecott Award winner would best be taught through IR because students could compare different colors and what the colors represent to them as they read. #ucflae3414f17 http://www.theclassroombookshelf.com/2012/05/green/ (ways for colors to be taught)

hannahl ESOL: 4 because making connections to what the color green is for the children will make it easier for them to understand. (Example: green is a tree) UDL: 1.3- to provide visuals of what the color green is and for example you could show them what grass is and explain that's the color green. 5y
MichelleL Your ESOL and UDL fit well with the lesson 5y
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This is a NF picture book about the different shades and colors of green. This book is great to use with shared reading. It satisfies UDL 2.1 and EL 5 by building vocabulary that is associate with the various colors of green that are throughout the book. This book won a Caldecott award.
The link will bring you to a website with 4 different lesson plans to use with this book.
https://www.teachingbooks.net/tb.cgi?a=1&tid=29021
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AJones I recently worked in a kindergarten class and my teacher had the entire set. 🌈 Each page has cut outs and descriptive words. . . great teaching strategies for younger students and ELLs. 5y
DrSpalding How exciting to see the entire set in a classroom. When teaching about colors in kindergarten, this would be an excellent addition to your classroom library. Nice post. 5y
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