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meganslats

“Are we there yet?“

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meganslats

This is a great book for the classroom. It teaches the importance of patience, and teaches the kids about how caterpillars turn into butterflies! So it is a little science lesson as well! It teaches the kids that you have to be patient in order to get good things.

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meganslats

This is a picture book. It is very cute and creative. It is about an impatient caterpillar who learns how to transform into a butterfly. The illustrations are amazing and go so well with the words on the page.

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Jewelwinkler
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The Very Hungry Caterpillar (F) is so fun to read to little ones while at the same time educational. This book could be great to teach addition. As you can see by the title it is about a VERY hungry caterpillar! I would do a RA for this book so the children can enjoy the full experience. The ESOL strategy I would use is number 14 and the UDL guideline would use is 2.1 a great resource to show how math can be used in this book:

JennaMichelleCohn Is that you in the picture?? So cute! It‘s interesting how some books we grew up with stay popular. There are some that we will read to our kids that were probably read to our parents. It‘s cool how time changes but some stories will always age well and be easily relatable even half a century later. (edited) 2d
Jgolub13 I love the picture! Brings back memories of reading that book with my Grandmother. 2d
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katiehamlin
From Caterpillar to Butterfly | Gerald Legg, Carolyn Scrace
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From Caterpillar to Butterfly is a NF picture book written by Dr. Gerald Legg and illustrated by Carolyn Scrace. This book walks through the lifecycle of a butterfly and even goes into their migration and hibernation habits. #UCFLAE3414F19

katiehamlin I think this book would be good as a RA in a third grade classroom because the illustrations are so detailed and point out different parts of the caterpillars and butterflies, so I think it‘s good to have the teacher read it and point out these aspects as they go through it. 2d
katiehamlin The EL strategy I would use with this book is 14, simplify your speech by making it slower and redundant. This is important with a RA because the students will have a more difficult time comprehending the book is the teacher isn‘t speaking clearly. 2d
katiehamlin The UDL principle I would use with this book is 2.1, clarify vocabulary and symbols. This is important for a NF book like this because the life cycle of a butterfly has so much important vocabulary that defines many of the steps of it.
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katiehamlin Here is a link to a resource I would use with this book. https://binged.it/32PoWyQ It‘s a cute animated video that goes through the life cycle of a butterfly. I think on top of having the book to read to the children, it‘s also important to have this visual for them as well to reinforce the information they just had read to them.
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KevinKantola
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The Very Hungry Caterpillar is a realistic fiction book by Eric Carle that teaches kids all about the life of a Caterpillar evolving into a beautiful butterfly! This book is perfect for RA. #UCFLAE3414F19

KevinKantola https://www.scholastic.com/teachers/lesson-plans/teaching-content/very-hungry-ca...

this is a great resource that provides lesson plans for this book!
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KevinKantola The UDL strategy that I will be using is 2.5 to illustrate through multiple media. The ESOL strategy that I will be using is 14: Simplify your speech by making it slower and redundant. 2d
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alexblanco
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The Very Hungry Caterpillar is written and illustrated by Eric Carle. It is about the life cycle of a butterfly and it also teaches kids about counting and the days of the week! The caterpillar eats until he is ready to make his cocoon and become a beautiful butterfly. This book has won many different awards, a couple being the American Institute of Graphic Arts Award in 1970 and New York Times “Ten Best Picture Books of the Year” in 1969.

alexblanco A teaching strategy I would use for this book would be storytelling because it would be a fun and engaging way to get the students excited. A UDL strategy I would use would be to offer ways of customizing the display of information. I would have the actual book, an audio book, and physical objects. #ucflae3414f19 3d
alexblanco An ESOL strategy I would use would be to structure advance organizers consisting for new terminology that learners will encounter in the new lesson vocabulary to be reviewed. I chose this because for the lesson plan I would do, it deals with sequence of events so using an organizer would be beneficial in both areas. 3d
AleciaM One of my all time favorites. This is the perfect book to do a storytelling with. 2d
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