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MaggieCarr
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Kiddo came home with her next reading project.

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taylorscalfaro
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This book won a Caldecott Honor award for the fun illustrations that really bring the humor and the text to life. Children would love this book for its funny text and images that pair with it.

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taylorscalfaro

I would use this in my future classroom because children would love the humor and not-so-scary theme.

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taylorscalfaro

“Jasper couldn't get enough carrots... until they started following him“

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agreco1925

“Jasper couldn't get enough carrots... until they started following him“

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agreco1925

I would use this in my classroom because the students would be engaged through the humor of this book.

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agreco1925
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This award winner uses a very unique illustration that is not seen in man books. The use of black and white pictures brings an engaging factor to the book and allows the reader to focus on the carrots that pop out.

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maciforster
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Pickpick

This F book is written by Aaron Reynolds and illustrated by Peter Brown. It is about Jasper picking a carrot out of the ground and hearing a strange noise. But he turned around and didn‘t see anything except the carrots. However, carrots soon start following him everywhere from the bathroom to late at night. It is a Caldecott Honor as well. #ucflae3414f19

maciforster This book would be great for a RA, especially around Halloween. This website has some great ideas on activities you can do with your students: https://mrswillskindergarten.com/creepy-carrots-lesson-plans/ 1mo
maciforster I think it can tie into UDL principle 2.4 in case some students are unfamiliar with the theme of Halloween. The EL strategy #20 to help with the vocabulary 1mo
Alexush The class I‘m volunteering for did the cutest activity for this book and loved it! 1mo
DrSpalding You have easily aligned universal design and English learner strategies in your posts. This is a wonderful modern fantasy selection and I love that Alexus saw this in action in a current classroom. Use this in your classroom. 6d
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AlyssaB
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There‘s a Monster Under My Bed written by James Howe and illustrated by David Rose. This book a F genre and would be a great S. My students love when I read this book. This book would be great for Halloween. This story is about a boy who thinks there is monsters under the bed and he wished that he had the night light that his mom offered but said no because he was a big boy and didn‘t need it. Read the story to find out if there is a monster...?

AlyssaB An UDL strategy would be 7.3 minimize threats and distractions. An ESOL strategy would be 22 to give enough wait time for second language learners to respond to questions. #UCFLAE3414F19 1mo
AlyssaB This resource is a cute activity allowing kids to draw and create what their monster would look like: http://mrsjacksonartbd.weebly.com/art-room-blog/theres-a-monster-under-my-bed 1mo
DrSpalding This sounds like it would be a quality storytelling. Wait time is so important. Helpful resource from a practicing teacher. 12h
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karlasanabria1
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Creepy Carrots! by Aaron Reynolds and illustrated by Peter Brown is a classic Caldecott winning F picture book. It tells the story of a Jasper Rabbit who gets followed by some creepy carrots, with a sweet and unexpected ending. The way Brown illustrated this book is a work of art itself, as a color coding enthusiast the color scheme was not unnoticed nor unappreciated. This is the perfect book for a Fall time RA. #UCFLAE3414F19

karlasanabria1 https://www.scholastic.com/teachers/books/creepy-carrots-by-mr-aaron-reynolds/ is an excellent Scholastic resource for all educators to be aware of. The UDL Guideline I‘d attach to this book is optimizing relevance, value, and authenticity (7.2). The ESOL Strategy I‘d follow would be simplifying your speech by making it slower and redundant (14). 1mo
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