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The Rainbow Fish | Marcus Pfister

“The more he gave away, the more delighted he became.“

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meganslats
The Rainbow Fish | Marcus Pfister

I will definitely have this book in my classroom library and read it to my students. It is a great read about sharing and how selfishness can lead to having no friends. This is important especially at a young age because children are learning the importance of sharing.

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meganslats
The Rainbow Fish | Marcus Pfister
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This is an award-winning book! It is about a beautiful fish who lives in the ocean. He has gorgeous colored scales. The other fish want his scales but Rainbow fish doesn't like to share. Because of not sharing, he soon becomes the lonely fish because no one wants to hang out with him. This is a book about sharing and not being selfish. This book is great for young children to read because of the lesson it gives on not being selfish and sharing!

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maciforster
The Rainbow Fish | Marcus Pfister
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This F book by Marcus Pfister is about a beautiful rainbow fish learning how to make friends by sharing something that it holds deep to its heart, the scales. It would be a great PR as you share a book with a friend while learning about sharing and making friends. #ucflae3414f19

maciforster This pairs with EL strategy #2 to help with making friends and UDL principle 8.3 as well. This link gives plenty of activities that younger kids can do relating to the book: http://themes.atozteacherstuff.com/118/the-rainbow-fish-lesson-plans-activities-... (edited) 1w
Alexush Omg this brings back so many memories! As soon as i saw the book i started remembering my mom reading it with me! 7d
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YesseniaN
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This F picture book is a great book to introduce the spring season, or animals, or friendship. IT is a friendship between a mouse and a rabbit, how far will you go for your friends? This is a great read for young readers trying to make friends. A lesson to follow up with this story could be for the students to come up with their own examples of going above for friendship. #ucflae3414f19

YesseniaN fun activity https://www.rif.org/literacy-central/material/my-friend-rabbit-word-search
UDL Clarify vocabulary and symbols (2.1)
ESOL Continually monitor students‘ comprehension
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Lrobertson
A Pet for Fly Guy | Tedd Arnold
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This F book by Tedd Arnold is about a boy named Buzz and his pet fly named Fly Guy. This cute book follows the two as they try to find a pet for Fly Guy. I would use this book for a cute and fun RA. A great resource is https://www.scholastic.com/teachers/books/a-pet-for-fly-guy-by-tedd-arnold/. UDL 7.3: Minimize threats and distractions and ESOL Strategy 47: Use information gap activities #ucflae3414f19

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Taking a night off from reading to enjoy a trip down nostalgia lane! Lizzie McGuire premiered when I was 10 and it was such an important part of tween/adolescent years. Lizzie was smart, spunky and super awkward just like I was! It was honestly so great to be able to see someone on tv who was just like me and rewatching the show has been a joy. Who were your tween heroes??

Megabooks See my post. I had screwed up tweenage years, like a lot of Gen Y/pre-Disney kids. 🤷🏻‍♀️😆 1w
reelsndreads Omg @Megabooks what a trip!!! I feel like I definitely had some shows that I‘ve questioned my parents on like “you let me watch this??? really??” but other shows they wouldn‘t allow just because they didn‘t like them (my dad in particular really disliked the art style of many 90s and 2000s cartoons so I wasn‘t allowed to watch Spongebob etc lolll) 1w
Megabooks Interesting! I was in high school/college by all of those, but I did really like Rugrats and named two dogs I fostered after Tommy and Chuckie! 1w
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