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theSisifz

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AmyK1
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Clwojick 241 pt 3w
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Charityann
The Bad Seed | Jory John
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Cute story. This was an impulse read, it‘s part of the free prime reading. 😊 #impulseread #wintergames #tmskellington @Crimson613 @Clwojick @StayCurious

Crimson613 11pts!! 12-27 ohhhh I wanna read this one xD it looks cute! 1mo
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LibrarianRyan
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🌟 🌟 🌟 🌟5 🌟
This actually came out last year and I just never got around to reading it. Too bad because I love it like all his other books. Bruce has a perpetual rumpy attitude and gets talked into all sorts of crazy things by his mice friends. But is Bruce really cranky, or does he secretly love it. I think he loves it, grump and all.
+21 #Holidayread
#MountTBR

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MatchlessMarie
The Bad Seed | Jory John
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Very cute story about a “baaaaaad” seed who decides to change his ways. #WinterGames #TheFilthyAnimals #TBRRead

rather_be_reading 16pts💚❤ 2mo
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Addison_Reads
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Read through 12 picture/chapter books. Santa Bruce was definitely my favorite. 💚 One gets extra points for also being a movie.

#TeamFestivus #HolidayReads @wanderinglynn #wintergames @StayCurious @Clwojick (20×12=240)+(5+1)=246pts

wanderinglynn w00t! 🙌🏻⛄️ 2mo
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Econaghan
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Reading this book to my sons at bedtime tonight and this page made me laugh out loud! 😉

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Jennick2004
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Perfect book to read with my severely autistic student today 💙

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alexblanco
The Bad Seed | Jory John
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The Bad Seed written by Jory John and illustrated by Pete Oswald is a great nonfiction book that is also a NY Times Bestseller! This book is about a seed that one day turned into a bad seed after someone spit him out and he took a hard fall. One day, he decided he didn‘t want to be bad anymore, he wanted to be good. He still forgets to listen and shows up late but he also says thank you and smiles! #ucflae3414f19

Alexush I actually heard controversial things about this when i went to buy it. I‘m glad you enjoyed it though! 2mo
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alexblanco
The Bad Seed | Jory John
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The Bad Seed written by Jory John and illustrated by Pete Oswald is a great nonfiction book that is also a NY Times Bestseller! This book is about a seed that one day turned into a bad seed after someone spit him out and he took a hard fall. One day, he decided he didn‘t want to be bad anymore, he wanted to be good. He still forgets to listen and shows up late but he also says thank you and smiles! #ucflae3414f19

alexblanco It‘s such a cute book and I think kids could relate to it. I would use this book as a read aloud. A UDL strategy to use is minimize threats and distractions. Since I know this book talks about being bad, the kids might try to act out so it is important to prevent that. A ESOL strategy to use would be to use Venn diagrams to contrast and compare. 2mo
alexblanco I could do this to check for comprehension by asking them to compare and contrast what the seed did when he was bad compared to what he does when he‘s good. A lesson plan I found for this book this https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/The-Bad-Seed-Activities-and-Lesson-P.... I like how the activities deal with believing there is good in everyone, choosing positive self talk and believing people can change. 2mo
DrSpalding I absolutely love these books! I own this one as well. What a great buck to use for comparing and contrasting. It is obvious with your posts that you understand how to incorporate universal design and English learner strategies to meet the needs of your students. 1mo
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