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Pete the Cat and His Four Groovy Buttons
Pete the Cat and His Four Groovy Buttons | Eric Litwin
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Pete the Cat is wearing his favorite shirtthe one with the four totally groovy buttons. But when one falls off, does Pete cry? Goodness, no! He just keeps on singing his songafter all, what could be groovier than three groovy buttons? Count down with Pete in this rocking new story from the creators of the bestselling Pete the Cat books.
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Nrossi
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This MF Theodore Seuss Geisel honor book is a cute book for younger kids filled with colorful drawings and a fun song. It‘s good for math skills and counting. https://intentionalbygrace.com/pete-the-cat-and-his-four-groovy-buttons-activiti... this has some cute activities to do for the book. #ucflae3414sp21

Nrossi UDL 2.3 (support deciding of text, mathematical notation, and symbols). EL 2 (promote cooperation- small talk) 2y
StephanyNunez I love all the pete the cat books. They are engaging and fun. I like the integration with math that you included. 2y
KeanaE Your UDL and EL standards can fit right with this book, thank you for including these. 2y
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ztorres Every time I see this book it never fails that I automatically start singing the song. I have read the book but I don't own it. I am putting it in my list for books to buy for my classroom library. I think you can't never go wrong with Pete the Cat series. 2y
PatriciaS I love this book, repetitive phases, read aloud is great for literary and fluency exercises wonderful books in this series, excellent review and resources. 2y
KellyR I absolutely love Pete the Cat books and there is quite the collection of them! I enjoyed your resources, the activities were very educational and fun for the students to complete. 2y
DrSpalding Pete the cat books do not disappoint! Children in the primary grades thoroughly enjoy these books. Universal design 2.3 could work and English learner strategy two could work as well specifically if you were having the students partner read or if you used this book as a guided reading text. 2y
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Emiranda
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This MF theodor seuss geisel picture book is a great resource for a Choral reading. The book has a song that is repeated throughout the story which allows for an easy read along. There are also math questions thrown in when Pete looses his buttons and you have to determine the amount left. https://www.readingrockets.org/article/integrating-writing-and-mathematics #UCFLAE3414SP21  

Emiranda UDL 2.3 is used here as there are mathematical notations throughout the book. EL 2 is used to promote cooperation as they are reading together with their classmates and teacher in the choral reading. 2y
DrSpalding Quality children‘s literature and mathematics ....yes please! 2y
DrSpalding Storytelling with a dog barking....sure!😂 (edited) 2y
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RaivionneC
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Pete the Cat books are funky Fictional stories about a cool little cat and his day to day adventures at home and school. These books can be used for S, RA‘s, and CR‘s. A UDL guideline to consider to align with these books are little ones can highlight patterns, critical features,big ideas, and relationships. (3.1) #ucflae3414sp20

RaivionneC Check out the Pete The Cat website for videos of read alouds, activities, worksheets and much more. http://www.petethecatbooks.com/ 3y
RaivionneC For ELL students these books are great for providing contextual support through audio visuals, models, demonstrations, realia, body language and facial expressions. 3y
DrSpalding This is an excellent resource! There are so many activities that coincide with this series of books about this positive blue cat! Cute image. 3y
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parasolofdoom
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My kid went as Pete the Cat for Halloween!

CoffeeCatsBooks Aww! 😀 3y
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Alexush
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Pete The Cat and his four groovy buttons by James Dean is a fiction picture book. In my opinion was an OK read but the activities I found for it were really cool and there seemed to be a lot of activities. They have math and reading assignments for this book. This book is a Theodor Seuss Geisel Honor award winner.

Alexush And some of the many activities can be found at https://www.pre-kpages.com/pete-the-cat-activities/ for this book id do a RA and the UDL id use is 7.3 because this book is for a young age. The ESOL strategy I‘d use is 2 because there are so many small group activities you can do with this. (CMC) #Ucflae3414f19 3y
alexblanco Pete the Cat books are great and fun books to read in the classroom!! I would also use this as a read aloud 3y
maciforster The activities seem so fun, however they also seem to mostly work for more of a preschool age or kindergarten! 3y
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AlyssaB My kids love this book. They are able to say the whole story by memorization and sing along too it as well. Great activities to be used. (edited) 3y
YesseniaN Pete the cat is such a great series to share with your class. This is a gateway to other great novels 3y
ccipriati I love the Pete the Cat series!! They were my favorite as a child. 3y
DrSpalding Just plain fiction was not one of our options. What genre is this really? Students love this character and he has very positive messages to share with them. Excellent books for your classroom library. 3y
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Pete the Cat and His Four Groovy buttons was written by James Dean and Eric Litwin. It is a great book to help children learn to count backwards, sequence, and gives a great story line. This book also is great because it take the kids on a journey and has a plot twist at the end (he talks about his belly BUTTON). Pete the Cat also got awarded the Geisel Award.

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Dandan0131

I love this book and have used it in a pre-school classroom. The children love the story line and it helps with them learning to counting backwards and sequencing.

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Stephanie5
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This book is an MF and RA. This book is a funny great book to read to children it makes you want to get up and dance and would be great for integrating the arts during language arts. #ucflae3414su19

Stephanie5 UDL: 1.2 with the song to dance to. ESOL: 14 and 18 4y
carlenerubin I love this book! I think it makes for a great storytelling in your classroom! I really enjoyed the link! I think the students will love it as well! 4y
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DawnS The song!! How much fun!! I never knew how big Pete the cat was but I think I‘m going to need to purchase some more books about him. 4y
DeannaP I love how you incorporated a song! This would be so much fun to do with a class! 4y
Estradan The song is a great resource to have especially for ELLs! It‘s a fun interactive way to get them motivated to read 4y
Dylanburgett Gotta love Pete the cat 4y
DrSpalding Yes! Use the free songs! They are so catchy and groovy! 🎶 3y
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carlenerubin
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Pete the Cat and His Four Groovy Buttons is a MF picture book written by Eric Litwan and illustrated by James Dean. This book has won the heodor Seuss Geisel Honor Award. In this Pete the Cat adventure Pete keeps losing the buttons off of his shirt! This does not get Pete down though, he keeps enjoying his day and singing away! I would use this a S or RT in my classroom.

carlenerubin http://homegrownfriends.com/home/pete-cat-four-groovy-buttons-activities/

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This book is an amazing resource for your classroom. It can be used in so many ways especially those needing more hands on activities like sewing buttons! There are many ways to modify the activities that I have attached for this award winning text.

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brilliantglow My daughter LOVES Pete the Cat. This was her first Pete book 4y
DrSpalding Yes to readers theater or storytelling or read aloud or any other way of sharing these wonderful books with children. Primary age students need to hear these messages… Positivity is key. 3y
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mluter
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#lae3424sp19 This F book written by Eric Litwin and illustrated by James Dean is a hit with children! I chose this book for my storytelling assignment, and I can‘t wait to share this story with my peers! The song in this book is so catchy and it has math integrated in it!

mluter This lesson plan uses the book as an introduction to the idea of subtraction! https://mathathome.org/lessons/groovy-buttons/ UDL 2.3 because the text is adding support to a mathematical idea. ESOL strategy 17 is used through the story telling because students can see the buttons coming off of pete‘s shirt! 4y
SofiaRoselli Love your little puppet with the book! This looks like such a fun book to read to students in the classroom! 4y
JessicaRosell I adore this book! When I was a preschool teacher, I would sing it to the kids as we walked out to the playground. ♡ I also love books that you can find a way to include other content area ( math! ) 4y
jessicabaksh I love how there is math integrated in the book. Not only are the kids exposed to reading but they are also exposed to math! Two birds with one stone 4y
DrSpalding Math and children‘s literature! This is a good resource and remember that the publisher has amazing resources including the video/audio resources for each of these books. 4y
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JoyBlue
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As I mentioned in an earlier post, I picked up these today.

Tagged book includes math and a funny twist (if you're if target age—not for us grown-ups) (see spoiler below).

Of these three, I liked "I Love My White Shoes" best. I entered one quote on a previous post, and I'll put a spoiler observation/complaint in a comment below.

Overarching point of Pete the Cat seems to be "It's all good."

JoyBlue Even after the four buttons pop off and roll away, Pete still has his belly button! 😉 4y
JoyBlue In "White Shoes," the shoes probably would have turned purple, not blue, after the blueberries (they were already red). You may think I'm being unnecessarily picky; but it wouldn't hurt the story line, may be more accurate, and would teach about secondary colors. ??? 4y
Riveted_Reader_Melissa Great comments and so true! (edited) 4y
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LibrarianRyan @JoyBlue I completely agree and said the same thing to Josh when I first read it. 4y
LibrarianJen We love Pete the Cat in our family. If you search YouTube there is a version of the white shoes book with the song. I think it‘s also on the books website. I didn‘t even catch the color glitch though. 😳 4y
JoyBlue @LibrarianRyan Great minds think alike. 😉💜 4y
JoyBlue @LibrarianJen Ooh! I‘ll try to remember to check out the song. Thanks! 4y
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ATejada
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This F book is great for S and has won the Theodor Seuss Geisel Award. https://youtu.be/dkQ4d_fff3E is a great video and the kids will have a blast dancing along as they read Pete the Cat. It can even serve as an example to the Storytelling before you perform it and then you can play the video for the students after. This accommodates to UDL 5.3 Build fluencies with graduated level of support for practice and performance and ESOL strategy 14

ATejada Simplify your speech by making it slower and redundant. #UCFLAE3414SuB18 5y
Gabylaurel10 Pete the Cat books are always so fun! I love seeing how excited the kids are to read these books along with singing the silly songs that go with it! 5y
Erothert Pete the Cat books are the best! I love the silly songs we can use to make these books fun and engaging for the students! 5y
ATejada @Gabylaurel10 Yes! Pete the Cat is a great way to engage your students! Even your most reluctant readers! 5y
ATejada @Erothert Yes! Pete the Cat is engaging and a great way to get your students to start forming predictions! 5y
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Erothert
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This F by Eric Litwin is a winner of the Theodor Seuss Geisel Honor Award. This is a fun story about a cat named Pete wearing his favorite shirt, the one with four groovy buttons! This story makes counting fun for kids! I would use as a GR to incorporate this lesson: http://mathathome.org/lessons/groovy-buttons/ this lesson gives the opportunity to focus on the math aspect of the book, while still making it fun and engaging.

Erothert UDL principle met by this lesson is 1.3 offer alternatives for visual information. And ESOL principle 18 use commands and directions that involve overt student actions as in Total Physical Response (TPR). #ucflae3414sp18 5y
GGallegos This book is so great! It is a great lesson for visual information👀 5y
DrSpalding Yes to TPR!❤️📚 4y
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GraceNeg
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Pete the Cat and His Four Groovy Buttons is a (F) picture book. It is the 2013 Geisel award winner. I ABSOLUTELY love Pete the Cat. This book is amazing for everyone. I‘m an adult and I find it so much fun. This book is about a blue mellowed eyed cat that keeps losing his groovy buttons. But does he cry? GOODNESS no. For after all, it‘s all good. TS: RA, IR, S, and PR. #UCFLAE3414SP18

GraceNeg Written by: Eric Litwin and illustrated by: James Dean. I will use this book as a GR in the class to guide students through the small math portions. This link takes you to a home math lesson for parents. http://mathathome.org/lessons/groovy-buttons/ I think it will be great to get parents involved in such a fun book and is always good to assign short readings for HW. UDL 2.3 ESOL 17, 22, 38. (edited) 5y
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KaitlynN
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Pete the Cat and His Four Groovy Buttons is a MF book that won the Geisel award! This book has a catch song and it would be fun to do as a Storytelling. UDL strategy 2.3 could be easily incorporated into this lesson by having students use buttons to follow along through the story. ESOL strategy 17 could also be met through storytelling by using props, expression! #ucflae3414sp18

KaitlynN https://nzmaths.co.nz/resource/pete-cat-and-his-four-groovy-buttons this is a resource that lays out basically what we did in class when we read this book! It lists materials and summarizes the content. I liked this resource because it‘s a little bit stronger than just trying to remember that lesson. Also I did not draw that Pete, I found him on google. He sure is cute though!! (edited) 5y
Fiona_i Pete the cat is amazing. This is such a great book. I have seen it in all of the classes I do my service learning in 5y
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Look what I brought home from an ornament exchange with Children‘s Librarians! One of the nearby librarians made this awesome Pete.

Forget the Christmas tree, this one is going above my desk.

emtobiasz Groovy! 😄 5y
LeahBergen Love it! 5y
SandyW How cute is that! 5y
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MarriedtoMrT Cute! That‘s my favorite Pete book. 5y
Tamra Adorable! 5y
AmyG That's great. 5y
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Radams
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#ucflae3414f17 Pete the Cat and His Four Groovy Buttons is a fun, Geisel award winning, F book that can be used in younger elementary classrooms to enhance both reading and math skills. Pete is a cool blue cat who delivers a positive message about being optimistic when dealing with loss—buttons come and buttons go! This book would be especially fun to use both Read Aloud and Guided Reading teaching strategies. Teachers can enhance the story by

Radams Using real buttons to show counting and subtraction. UDL 4.2 ‘optimize access to tools and technologies‘ can be applied when using real buttons with students. EL 8 ‘use direct instruction: modeling, explaining, scaffolding, name the strategy and how to use it‘ can also be applied to this lesson. For several fun, free activities visit petethecatbooks.com/9780062110589/Pete-the-Cat-and-his-four-groovy-buttons/ they are listed at the bottom. 5y
Susancruz This book is such a cute read and would make such a good RA or storytelling! 5y
dakotap This book and its many different series are wonderful books! 5y
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MichelleL
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This is a an F picture book by Eric Litwin that was awarded the Geisel award in 2013 and I would use this book with the teaching strategies of CR. I think that really entertaining books like these can be repeated to the class more than once and having the, say it out loud with the teacher will help the readers with their fluency. This book is about a cat losing his buttons one at a time. I would use the ESOL 18 to get the children physically

MichelleL Involved with the activity ensuring engagement and fun. The activities that I would use would be great for math concepts http://frogsandsnailsandpuppydogtail.com/pete-the-cat-and-his-four-groovy-button... the UDL would be 5.1 #ucflae3414f17 (edited) 5y
ChelseaPerez This is such a great storytelling book you could dress up like Pete the cat and where the buttons and visually show them falling out. It is great for all children to see the dramatic representation especially students that are ESOL as well. 5y
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AmandaHuskey
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This is a super cute MF that has won the Geisel award. It would be best to do as a RA. Pete the Cat is known by many kids today and in this book it talks about Pete loosing all of his buttons! UDL- 2.3. EL- 8 and 10. https://www.pre-kpages.com/pete-the-cat-activities/ #UCFLAE3414F17

cheyennewilliams Great pick! I love everything Pete the Cat and there are so many ways to bring him into your classroom (as you can tell from your link). Awesome additional teaching applications! They seem fun and engaging while still being educational. (edited) 5y
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elifkelly
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Pete the Cat and His Four Groovy Buttons is a picture book written by Eric Litwin and illustrated by James Dean and winner of the Geisel award. This book could be used for RA, CR, and DR. Pete the Cat and His Four Groovy Buttons is about Pete the Cat who loses his buttons from his jacket but does not let it affect him or slow him down. This book is best read to children in the form of song, as it is catchy and engaging. #ucflae3414f17

elifkelly This video http://bit.ly/2mrZdwj is a music video for the book and shows Pete the Cat in a fun animated form. This video supports EL 17 provide contextual support through audio visuals, and UDL 4.2 optimize access to tools and assistive technologies. 5y
kenyanellie Pete the Cat has so many great stories with many different themes! This video was so cute as well! 5y
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Pete the Cat and his 4 Groovy Burton‘s is a Geisel award winning F picture book. This is another book that would be great for CR. This book is about Pete the Cat who has 4 buttons. He sings a song about his 4 buttons until one fell off. He then changes the song to his 3 groovy buttons when one falls off and it continues in that pattern until he‘s left with one button. UDL 2.2 clarify syntax and structure #ucflae3414f17

emily_minnear EL 14 simplify your speech by making it slower and redundant. https://www.pinterest.com/amp/pin/153755774753595239/ this link brings you to Pinterest where you can find many activities related to Pete the Cat and his Four Groovy Buttons. 5y
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cheyennewilliams
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Pete the Cat is back and this time he‘s bringing his four groovy buttons. This F picture book is part of the award winning Pete the Cat series, written by Eric Litwin and illustrated by James Dean. In this adventure Pete stays groovy and sings along even as the groovy buttons begin to pop off his shirt. This Geisel award winner can be utilized in a S or a traditional RA and is great for color identification, patterns, and counting. #ucflae3414f17

cheyennewilliams https://intentionalbygrace.com/pete-the-cat-and-his-four-groovy-buttons-activiti... This link provides several activities to go along with the book. I really liked the pattern practice activity that has students practice identifying and creating patterns with buttons of different sizes and colors. 5y
cheyennewilliams UDL strategy 4.1, vary the methods for response and navigation, can be utilized through the use of multiple activities from the link to have students navigate the use of patterns in different ways. 5y
cheyennewilliams EL strategy 46: use discovery learning activities (hands-on activities). Students should use hands on activities, like the ones previously mentioned that utilize physical buttons, to practice the identification and creation of patterns (edited) 5y
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Written by Eric Litwin, illustrations by James Dean. Love this F book! This is an adorable book about Pete the Cat whose buttons just keep falling off, but Pete the Cat doesn't Care. He just keeps singing his song. A Geisel award winner and a great RA. #UCFLAE3414F17

CourtneyR UDL 2.5 Illustrate through multiple media. EL 11. Place language in meaningful content. The url is a activity to do while you read the book aloud. http://www.theottoolbox.com/2014/04/button-snack-for-pete-cat-and-his-four.html?... #UCFLAE3414F17 5y
DrSpalding Button sandwiches! How fun. This compliments this fun sing/read aloud well. Pete is such a positive Kat. 5y
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Pete the Cat and His Four Groovy Buttons by Eric Litwin, illustrated by James Dean makes a great book for CR, or as a way to introduce the author/illustrator for an AS. It is a Theodor Seuss Geisel Honor book that will inspire students to follow along to Pete‘s groovy button song and mimic animated reading, as the teacher should model when his buttons can‘t seem stop popping off.

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AshleyAA The Pete the Cat website is a great way to introduce the class to the main character, while introducing them of the plethora of Pete the Cat book they can read if they connect. This could meet UDL principle 2.5, which relates to illustrating through multiple media as it can be read, shown through animated video, or played as an audio clip while also meeting EL 17 and 46, which relate to providing contextual support and using hands-on-activities. 5y
DrSpalding Another excellent post. EL 17 and 46 are just right considering that students can interactively participate in the reading or singing of this wonderful book. 5y
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This adorable F picture book would make a great RA and teaches students to always remain positive even when things don‘t go their way. This NYTBS was written by Eric Litwin and illustrated by James Dean. It is about a cat who starts the day off with four buttons on his shirt but as the day goes on he loses one at a time but doesn‘t let it bother him and he continues to stay positive.

WendyP I would use ESOL strategy 17 by using facial expressions, hand gestures and showing the video of the book being read. The UDL guideline that I would use is 1.2 by showing the video of the author reading the text. A useful website that I found provided many lesson plans that can be used with this book! https://www.kindergartenworks.com/filing-cabinet/pete-the-cat-lesson-plans/ #UCFLAE3414F17 5y
ChristinB This story is so cute! I love all the Pete the cat books. The link you have also has a lot of great resources. I hope to be able to use this in my classroom one day 5y
DrSpalding Showing the video specifically with closed captioning would be meeting UDL principles and the needs of truly all students in your classroom. Wise strategy to use. 5y
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Litwin's animal F, Geisel award winning PB is great for an AS. The interdisciplinary book incorporates literacy, math, and music to create fun learning for young children. This book is one of the four original Pete the Cat books and serves as a great hook into other books that incorporate music, dance, and fun and are also written by Eric Litwin. The book also shows a great message on positivity and always seeing the bright side. #ucflae3414f17

CaseyL http://edu.glogster.com/glog/eric-litwin-59e3fc6f6c526/2r2b4i4lieb this link brings you to my author study for multiple resources to learn about Eric Litwin. UDL 5.1 use multiple media for communication is evident in this glog because of the many different formats to see the information. EL 29 offer a variety of reference materials at the student's instructional level is also evident in the AS that is provided b/c of videos and info in links. 5y
DrSpalding You cited your Glog as the resource! I love it! Excellent alignment with EL and UDL strategies. 5y
amyqualk I've heard so many good things about Pete the cat books! I definitely want to read this! It's a great book for introducing math to the students. 5y
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Pete the Cat and His Four Groovy Buttons by Eric Litwin is a great modern fantasy RA notable children and Theodor Seuss Honor book for any classroom library. Pete the Cat kept loosing his buttons one after another. When one falls off, does Pete cry? No way, he keeps on singing his song "my buttons, my buttons, my four groovy buttons." Petes "it's all good" attitude and standard coolness provides some subtle humor as he loses his buttons in

Aimeejett random settings. It shows the students how to deal with a loss in a positive way. With Pete the Cat being so fun and carefree about his buttons omg off, it's a great way to show the students "don't sweat the small stuff" kind of message. The UDL principle 4.1 methods for response and navigation along with EL 16 integrate speaking, listening, reading, and writing activities. Students should respond to this in a positive way no matter if their 5y
Aimeejett speaking, listening, etc. This website http://homegrownfriends.com/home/pete-cat-four-groovy-buttons-activities/ has multiple activities the students can do to make their own shirts with their own buttons of their choice. #ucflae3414f17 5y
DrSpalding Excellent alignment and wonderful compliment to the book. Creating your own shirt encourages creativity which we need more of in our schools. Love the message in this particular title!❤️📚 5y
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"My buttons, my buttons, my four groovy buttons" After reading this in class, I had to go read it, or should I say sing it, to someone. I chose my 12 year old brother. He was not impressed, but I did catch him singing it later on. This video shares a similar tune as to the one we used in class. https://youtu.be/dkQ4d_fff3
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DrSpalding Ha! The songs are very catchy whether you are a child, a tween, or an adult! We love Pete! 6y
JarecS Pete the Cat is a favorite for my nephew. He absolutely loved these books and he hates reading 6y
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My furry (female) feline friends for #catday from left to right Princess (age 10), Isabella (age 4), and Doree (age 10). Princess and Doree are sisters and live at my parent's for the moment because of the pet rules in our apartment. Izzy is our cuddly furball that just wants scratchies, preferably on the neck and ears.

CherylDeFranceschi ❤️❤️❤️😻 6y
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"But mom, I'm too busy reading to clean my room" - my 3 year old. A girl after my own heart❤
"My Buttons, my Buttons, my four groovy buttons"

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Ehbooklover
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Anytime I run our library's Family Storytime, I always finish strong with a Pete the Cat book. Kids and parents alike just love him despite the fact that the song is a HUGE ear worm. Today I read both of these books during our Baby & Books program and even the babies were dancing along to my groove!

Jaimelire I read Pete the Cat to my class ever year. Always a hit! 3y
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The Munchkin yesterday, post-library. "Kwis, I wanna read a book in da car. I want Pete da Cat, da dot book, and da one wif da animals." The library is six blocks from her house. I'm helping to raise a reader, my job is done. #nannypride

BekahB Yes! My nephew turned 1 a couple days ago and I already warned my brother and sister in law that I am going to turn their kid into a reader no matter what! I get him books all the time and pretty soon we're going to start making weekly visits to the library and B&N. 7y
Dooplum Tullet's books are simple yet so amazing and interactive. Got one for my nephew even though he's not even one yet. 7y
MaryAnn1 This has to be one of my favorite posts!💕💕💕💕 7y
bookishkai @MaryAnn1 this little girl is a spitfire. One morning when I had mentioned going to the library she met me at the door at 8 am fully dressed. Didn't even let me get past her before saying "Kwis, we go to da libwawy! We needa go NOW!" She cried when I told her it didn't open till 10. 7y
MaryAnn1 Awww....precious. 😊 7y
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