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A Fishy Story
A Fishy Story | Gail Donovan
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The fish in Puffer's class at school realize that his stories are exaggerated and sometimes untrue.
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AmandaHuskey
A Fishy Story | Gail Donovan
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Panpan

This F book could be used as a S. It is a book about gaining trust from others. Which can be used in the early learning years. UDL- 2.2. EL- 21 and 26. http://www.teachingideas.co.uk/library/books/the-rainbow-fish #UCFLAE3414F17

kkidwell This book will always be a favorite of mine. I love that your link includes activities to incorporate this text into other subject areas. This is crucial when creating lesson plans for our future classrooms! We need to utilize our materials as much as possible. 5y
DrSpalding What a sweetie 5y
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JanaLL
A Fishy Story | Gail Donovan
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Rainbow Fish and Friends: A Fishy Story by Marcus Pfister is a F book that would be fun to turn into a RT. Puffer loves nothing better than entertaining the class with a good story, but when Angel, the new fish in class arrives, it becomes clear that some of Puffer's claims just aren't true. Rainbow fish and friends don't know what to think! How can Puffer win back his friends' trust? #ucflae3414f17

JanaLL With this lesson students will understand that honesty is about being truthful in what you say and in what you do, it includes telling the truth, not hiding the truth, and acting in a way that is morally right, and that honesty is important in how we all work together in society. http://www.teacherplanet.com/pages/honesty-young-children 5y
JanaLL EL 5 - Teach technical vocabulary supporting key concepts. UDL 2.1 - Clarify vocabulary and symbols. 5y
DrSpalding Honesty! How wonderful. This theme can easily be taught with books like this. Excellent job selecting EL/UDL strategies that complement each other. 5y
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