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AmyRebecca
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Gorgeous painting by Edith Holden.

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MatchlessMarie
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So my camera decided to stop working so enjoy this blurry photo. I wasnt planning on starting this book yet, but I found myself awake at 230 and didn't want to wake the rest of my house up looking for my other book. #TIL that more people are poisoned annually by plants than are injured by electrical outlets. Like 17 times more. #NFNov @rsteve388 @Clwojick

phatsallylee I enjoyed this book as well as some of her others! 6h
Clwojick 4 pts! 1h
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Lifeisasnap
Farm-Fresh Cats | Scott Santoro
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What a fun picture book Farm-Fresh Cats. The story will make your kids giggle and the pictures are adorable. Who knew that kitties could grow like a cabbage patch kid? Scott Santoro creates a great bedtime story for those who want to end the day with a kitty yawn. 😉

DrJAdMerricksson Haha, wth? I love that poodle's expression! 21h
Lifeisasnap @DrJAdMerricksson I know, he‘s like, “heck no, we don‘t need no cat!” 😂 20h
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Mrs_Organized_Chaos
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I am so ridiculously excited about this book! I love Monty Don and I got this gem off ebay for .98 with free shipping. I have been not so patiently waiting for it to get here.

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Camrynm
Pumpkin Pumpkin | Jeanne Titherington
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This adorable RF PB titled “Pumpkin Pumpkin“ written and illustrated by Jeanne Titherington is a great RA book for your PreK-2nd grade students. Jamie plants a pumpkin seed and watches it grow, grow, and grow. Jamie is able to learn about all of the different stages that the pumpkin seed goes through to turn into a big, orange pumpkin! #UCFLAE3414F19

Camrynm The EL strategy I would use with this PB would be 4: Link lesson topic to students‘ prior knowledge. See what the students know about pumpkins and their stages of growth before reading. The UDL principle I would use would be 1.1: Offer ways of customizing the display of information. Students can draw their own images of the different stages of the pumpkin seed. 2d
Camrynm Here is an activity that students can do in the classroom that can enhance their learning on pumpkin seeds: https://www.scholastic.com/teachers/lesson-plans/teaching-content/pumpkin-pumpki... 2d
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Verity
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Charming. Just lovely. A modern take on the kids saving the neighbourhood that just sweeps you up and along and fills you with happiness.

Tamra I‘m so glad you liked it! It takes us forever to get thru chapters books since we only get 1 chapter read a night, and some nights get bumped. 😖 But with these stories we are always eager to get back. 4d
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quirkyreader
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This is a good introduction to pollinator conservation and gardening. 🦋