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karlasanabria1
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Flora and the Flamingo by Molly Idle is a RF picture book like no other. For starters, it tells an incredible story of an unlikely friendship with no words. This Caldecott winning book will make your students appreciate the diversity in literary works, a must have in your elementary classroom library. An “IR” assignment with this book will be amazing to see what students think of the book when discussing it as a group later on. #UCFLAE3414F19

karlasanabria1 The following link provides an amazing lesson plan for this amazing wordless book https://www.chroniclebooks.com/landing-pages/pdfs/flora_flamingo_penguin_discuss.... The UDL Guideline I thought was most pertinent to this story is offering alternatives for visual information (1.3). The ESOL Strategy I found fit well was linking lesson topic to students‘ prior knowledge (4). 1mo
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hollynations
Intermediate Accounting | Donald E Kieso, Jerry J Weygandt, Terry D Warfield
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hollynations
Intermediate Accounting | Donald E Kieso, Jerry J Weygandt, Terry D Warfield
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How on earth I am actually able to study with the random things in my brain that distract me is a miracle. 🧠 📚 🎶

Cinfhen Hahahahaha 2mo
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hollynations
Intermediate Accounting | Donald E Kieso, Jerry J Weygandt, Terry D Warfield
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Studying is sexy. 🧠

hollynations @MatchlessMarie “Another matcha latte?” 🍵🍵🍵😂 2mo
MatchlessMarie @hollynations 😋🍵🍵🍵 2mo
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peytonfleming
Pink Is for Boys | Robb Pearlman

Review: Pink Is for Boys by Robb Pearlman, 2018, is a beautiful picturebook all about colors. Specifically it's about how colors don't have a gender, and that they are for everyone, even pink!
Blurb: This book is a simple story made for a younger crowd, but that tells a powerful message nonetheless. Teaching children that certain colors aren't for certain people is important.
Quote: “And all the colors are for EVERYONE. Girls and boys.“

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Dandan0131
Pink Is for Boys | Robb Pearlman

I would use this book in my classroom if I saw a child making fun of someone wearing a “boy“ or “girl“ color. I would also use this book in my classroom to help teach colors and ASL color words.