Caldecott winner. This is a wonderful story to read aloud to young children because they can be engaged and point things out.
This is Not My Hat by Jon Klassen, 2012. This is a wonderful little story about a sneaky little fish who tries to steal a hat. While the words tell some of the story, the illustrations fully tell the other half as the little fish doesn‘t realize what‘s happening around him. The illustrations are muted but detailed and somehow still lively.
This is a very simple story that keeps moving forward. A small fish has stolen a hat from a gigantic fish. He thinks he can get away with it. In the end we see the big fish with the hot but we do not see the small fish. It is mostly a wordless book but the artwork is lovely and fun.
"This Is Not My Hat" by Jon Klassen is a wonderful, fictional (F) story that won the Caldecott Award and is powerfully adored by many! Also, teachers can use "This Is Not My Hat" as a storytelling (S) option in their classroom for younger students.
In "This Is Not My Hat," a little fish steals a big fish's hat while the big fish is asleep. The little fish thinks that he will get away with it but the big fish wakes up and starts following him.
This Is Not My Hat, a F Caldecott Medal, tells the story of a little fish who stole a hat from a big fish and thinks he‘s going to get away with it. He puts his trust in someone not knowing it will backfire. This is a good book for a RA or even a DR because kids will take away from the moral of the story. #lae3414sp19
This is not my hat was written by Jon Klassen and is a Caldecott winning book that was published in 2013. This story is about a fish that had stole a hat from a big fish that was sleeping. The tiny fish doesn‘t think he will be caught or that the big fish will notice. The fish plans to hide in the tall plants where nobody could find him, until the big fish comes looking for him. Eventually the big fish gets his hat back but we don‘t know how.
This Is Not My Hat (F, Caldecott and Theodor Seuss Geisel Honor, and RA) was such a well-illustrated and adorable story of a fish who stole another fish's hat. He thought he would get away with it... What do you think will happen? This picture book deals with UDL Principles 9.3: Develop self-assessment and reflection and 2.1: Clarify vocabulary and symbols. #LAE3414sp19
The Caldecott award winning children‘s book, This Is Not My Hat (TL) is great for story telling. This picture book teaches the important themes of lying, stealing and trust. If you enjoy this book you‘re in luck, this is part of a hat trilogy! Check out: I Want My Hat Back and We Found A Hat. #LAE3414SP19
Caldecott and was written in 2012. This book is about a small fish stealing a hat that belonged to a much bigger fish. The small fish thought that he could get away with it because the big wouldn't notice or be able to find him. However at the end the big fish it's his hat back. The theme of this story is that dont take what's not yours. The facial expression of the big really tells the story.
"This is Not My Hat" (TL) by author/illustrator John Klassen is a Caldecott-winning, hilarious, cautionary tale that teaches readers not to take what doesn't belong to you. Narrated by a sneaky fish who steals a sleeping whale's hat, the reader watches him swim away with his prize unaware that the whale is coming to take it back. This is a great RA because students will love listening to the fish and knowing the whale is close behind.
I love pretty, soft colors that are up against the harsh black background. The illustrations take up the entire page thanks to the black background. Everything is very symmetrical and soft. This could definitely be used as a book for morality and how actions have consequences.
Caldecott medal, 2012, Candlewick Press
This is not my hat teaches kids that stealing is bad, and the story progresses step by step on each page so that the kids will be able to follow along. At the end it stops using words so that the kids can infer what happened, and it will probably make them laugh as well.
This book was a bout a small fish you stole a big fishes hat. He thought he would get away with it but the big fish followed him and found it. We don‘t know what happened to the little fish after that. We know that he no longer has the hat.
I am a professional storyteller and I usually work with kids.
This is one of my favorite books to work with. With an... open ending, it gives kids the opportunity to think of what happened.
ACTUAL day three. Sorry got my days mixed up yesterday. Today we want to see a “kids” book that is actually wayyyyy more entertaining for adults.
@WhiskeyMistress has the tagged book and it‘s hysterical. She likes to read it in a really creepy voice and it is the book that inspired our challenge! Also Go The F*ck to Sleep is a perfect example. Too perfect. So you can‘t use it because it‘s too easy. 😂😂😂
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The little fish knows the hat does not belong to him, but he is taking it anyway. He is going somewhere that no one will find him, so that he can keep the hat. The big fish will not be able to find him. This is such a cute addition to the other story We Found a Hat, I‘ve always loved Jon Klassen‘s illustrations so much and they always drag me back to his books. Read the story to find out if the small fish gets away with his stolen hat. #UCFLAE3414
This is not my hat by Jon Klassen is F book. It has great illustration. It is about a little fish who stole a hat from a big fish. The dark illustrations of dee undersea leave a great impression on readers it is the winner of The Caldecott Medal . Good foR RA. Activities related to this book are http://candlewick.com/book_filehttp://candlewick.com/book_files/0763655988.kit.2.... The UDL strategis 3.1& 3.3 , EL strategies4&10
#ucflae3414f17 This is Not My Hat is a cute and quick read about a little fish who steals a big fish's hat. He knows it was wrong of him, but figures since the big fish won't know he took it or where he went, that it was okay. This Caldecott award winning F book teaches he lessons that it's not okay to do something you know is wrong just because you think you won't get caught, and would be a great S.
This is Not My Hat, written and illustrated by Jon Klassen, tells the story about a little fish that takes something that does not belong to him! This book is children‘s lit and can be used as a storytelling book, as it is short and easy to memorize. A UDL that could be applied: 1.3, offer alternatives for visual info. An ESOL that could be used: 16, integrate speaking, listening, reading and writing activities
This is not my hat is by Jon Klassen is a children's literature book and F. This book is really cute especially to use with little ones. It is about a small fish taking a big fishes hat and the small fish thinking the big fish won't find out, but he does and gets eaten. Very funny and an engaging book. A lesson plan that would go good with this could be a math problem, the size of the big fish and the small fish and compare and contrast
This Is Not My Hat
This caldecott award winning picture book has a great lesson behind it. It starts off with a small fish that stole a big fish‘s hat and is not ashamed of stealing it because it was too big for the other fish. The big fish ends up finding him and taking his hat back showing the small fish it is not right to steal. This would be a good RA book to a class because of how silly it is and you really can narrate it with a lot of
This Is Not My Hat is a picture book written and illustrated by Jon Klassen and the recipient of the 2013 Caldecott Award. This book could be used in RA, DR, and IR. This picture book follows the story of a small fish who narrates the story. The small fish details with confidence how he stole a hat from a sleeping larger fish, and brings readers along for his journey through the ocean to find the tall patch of seaweed. #ucflae3414f17
This is Not My Hat, written and illustrated by Jon Klassen, is a cleverly illustrated F 2013 Caldecott award winner, and would make a great DR book. This picture book follows a small fish who stole a bigger fish‘s hat, and thinks he is getting away with it. This book is great for teaching dramatic irony and a DR of this book could be fun for the whole class. UDL Principle 3.2 (highlight patterns, critical features, big ideas, and relationships)
This Is Not My Hat is a non fiction picture book that serves as a great RA for your early elementary classroom. This book has been awarded the Caldecott Medal for its illustrations. The story is about a little fish who steals a hat from a larger fish. He tries to hide but in the end, the big fish end up with the hat. This story teaches a wonderful lesson about respecting others belongings, whether you think they deserve it or not.
This is an F book written by Jon Klassen about a small fish that steals a hat and knows he won't get caught! Or will he? Its art is simple yet mesmerizing, and the story is great for teaching consequences of actions. A must have in your future class!
This is another great F book with stunning illustrations. Although this book is comical, it actually can be a stepping stone into complex concepts such as stealing & consequences. What I love about this book is that the ending is left open for interpretation, which could be a great writing prompt for students to create their own ending. Discussion points here: https://www.teachingchildrenphilosophy.org/BookModule/ThisIsNotMyHat #UCFLAE3414su17