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Joined June 2019

“So many books, so little time”
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The Classroom | A.L. Bird
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Love, Love, Loveeeeeeee this new stamp I got !

LibrarianRyan Pretty. 2d
Bshelton27 Ahhhh it‘s soooo cute!!!! I love it!!! 1d
DrSpalding I love it too! 😄❤️📚 11h
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The Lightning Thief | Rick Riordan
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This was the first time I had read this and I loved it! Percy learns so many things about himself and his friends during this book. It is very fast pace and sucks you in from the beginning! Definitely will be checking out this series!

BooknerdsLife One of the best series out there! ❤️ So happy you enjoyed it! I first read it with my kid years ago & was hooked by his writing since! 3d
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This RF written by Taryn Souders would be a great partner read so students can discuss the book together. Chloe goes to summer camp and wants to learn to bake! It all goes wrong when she meets King Author, who is he? Read and find out! Chloe is tested to the limits by many people in this novel but she always overcomes because she stays true to who she is, no matter how hard they test her. Students can use this book to collaborate. #UCFLAE3414SU19

Macker11 ESOL #6 check students comprehension throughout the book with different activities. UDL 8.3 is also in with this partner read! This resource has great discussion opportunities for students with their partner https://www.teachingbooks.net/tb.cgi?tid=54763 5d
DMoux Love how this book teaches the importance of staying true to who you are despite the obstacles that come your way. Such a significant lesson we should be instilling in our students at a young age and what better way than to do that through reading! 4d
DrSpalding This would be the perfect book to partner read, read aloud or use as a literature circle selection at the end of the school year prior to the summer break.❤️🌴 10h
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The One and Only Ivan | Katherine Applegate
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This MF novel written by Katherine Applegate and Illustrated by Patricia Castelao is an emotional read that has won the Newbery Award! I think it would be a great RA in the classroom. Ivan is a gorilla and he lives in a domain with some of his friends close by, Stella and Bob. They soon get a new friend named Ruby and she is just a baby, so Ivan feels the need to protect her and get her out. Find out what happens after Ivan gets some finger paint!

Addison_Reads Such a great book. I read this with my niece a couple summers ago and we both were emotional and talking about it for weeks after. 6d
Macker11 Students would be able to relate to this book because they have all seen a circus, or at least know what it is. This can build a strong community in the classroom when students are faced with the truth of how the animals are treated in the book. After each RA the students can write in their journal to reflect ESOL #48 and a teacher can monitor comprehension there UDL #6.4 https://www.rif.org/literacy-central/book/one-and-only-ivan #UCFLAE3414SU19 6d
Macker11 It really is a good conversation starter! Gets you really thinking @Addison_Reads 6d
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Summerm I really enjoyed this book! I read it all in one day because I couldn't put it down! RIF is also a great resource. It is able to give so much information about the book. 6d
DeannaP I love the picture! Your puppy is so cute!! I also love your idea of having a journal that the students can right and reflect in! It‘s a great way to test comprehension without giving a test! 6d
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DrSpalding Sweet puppy picture. You have used an excellent resource. I like the idea of reading aloud and having the students journal their responses. 10h
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Out of My Mind | Sharon M. Draper
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This RF novel written by Sharon Draper is a great read for a literature circle in the classroom. Melody is a young girl who has Cerebral Palsy and can‘t talk, or walk. Her family is there to support her and believe that she can achieve great things. Find out how Melody competes on the schools quiz team and how smart she actually is. I think the class can learn a lot about inclusion and accepting everyone around them with this book. #UCFLAE3414SU19

Macker11 I think the class can relate to UDL 4.2 optimize access to tools and assistive technologies. The class can spend some time using a board like Melody and try to communicate only using what is given to them. Also, this relates to ESOL #18, TPR - student actions. https://www.scholastic.com/teachers/blog-posts/kriscia-cabral/teaching-out-my-mi... this resource has great advice for before, during and after reading this book in a classroom! 1w
britt_brooke Such a perfect photo! 1w
Bshelton27 I really like your UDL strategy. It‘s crazy what a turn around Melody has as soon as she has a voice and can finally be heard. It‘s almost like everyone doesn‘t know how to act! Love the picture!!! 7d
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DeannaP This is an amazing book and amazing photo! I love how your activity is from scholastic and contains information on what to do before, during, and reading that book! 7d
Kcompton2912 I love your class a activity with the boards. It can really help students who do not have any experience with a communication board see what it is like first hand. Helping them work with classmates in the future that do use communication boards. 7d
BeverlyMel loved this book! 7d
gabbymartin @Macker11 This is the perfect background for this book and I haven‘t even read it! I like the website you posted with this, it gives a really good outline for discussions when reading this book with our students in the classroom. Love this! 7d
fquadri I love the idea of incorporating technology while conducting a lesson plan with this book. That will definitely engage students and make them want to participate in activities willingly. The message that this book gives off seems very inspirational and I will be looking into it. Thanks for sharing! 7d
DMoux Such a creative picture! This book sounds so interesting; inclusion is definitely something that needs to be implemented in the classroom more and more! The article also seems useful to scaffold discussion in the classroom. Great job! 7d
Summerm Wow, this book sounds very interesting! I love the photography you used to convey the meaning behind this book! 6d
BooknerdsLife I‘ve heard great things about this book but haven‘t gotten to it yet🙈 & what a lovely photo 😍 6d
DrSpalding Now that we know it is going to be a movie at some point, I am even more excited that you took the time to read this one. Excellent resource! Being that it is about a student with special needs, this book automatically aligns with universal design principles and English learner strategies. 10h
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This HF written in poetry form has won the National Honor award and Newbery. Kim Ha has a lot going on in her life, having to leave home because of the war and the being bullied in her new school. What was always a solid foundation? Family. Her mom and three brothers were always there for her, and at the end of the day, that matters. I think students would gain a lot from this being a RA, the emotions that are put into text can be expressed.

Macker11 This book could lead to a great poetry unit, and show expressive terms without actually saying what you mean. Which goes along with ESOL#11: place language in meaningful text. Also, UDL 5.3 which is building fluencies with levels of support for practice and performance. https://www.teachingbooks.net/book_reading.cgi?id=16136&a=1 this has multiple resources depending what you want your class to accomplish. #UCFLAE3414SU19 1w
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Dylanburgett Wow looks like a great read! 7d
Summerm The way you described this book sounds very intriguing. It seems like there are a lot of emotions in this book that would make for a great RA and classroom discussion on real life events! 6d
DrSpalding I found this book to be extremely informative and emotional. You learn a lot about the culture by reading this text. Excellent choice. 10h
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Hatchet | Gary Paulsen
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This RF book is a Newbery Honor book written by Gary Paulsen! I would have this book in my classroom library for an IR. This book could spark interest in a lot of students, the trials that Brian went through. Brian started with a divorce in the family and that leads to a plane ride that makes him the pilot. He knows the only way is down, so there he goes! Find out how he survives alone in the woods and if he‘s ever found! #UCFLAE3414SU19

Macker11 Students while they are reading can use ESOL#42 and create a timeline of events that happens in the book. Along with UDL 1.1 which allows to customize the display of information, which will be done in the timeline. The entire book can be told from their timeline by the end of it. https://www.scholastic.com/teachers/lesson-plans/teaching-content/hatchet-lesson... is a resource for teachers to go with the text. Also the back of the book has some! 2w
Summerm I remember reading this book in 5th grade and we watched a movie on it. To this day, it is still one of my favorite books. It is so intriguing and interesting on how he lives and what that young boy goes through. I definitely plan on having this in my classroom for a LC or RA. 6d
DrSpalding There are several books with Brian as the main character! This too is a classic. Knowing books that will intrigue young boys is important. Gary Paulsen is an excellent author to turn to for adventure stories. 10h
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Charlotte's Web | E. B. White
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This TL Newbery honor award novel written by E.B. White is a great addition to a classroom library. This story is about Fern and Wilbur who are great friends on Fern‘s family farm. She knows her dad must end Wilbur‘s life and she opposes it as best as she can. This is where Wilbur meets Charlotte, which leads to a friendship. Find out what happens when Charlotte doesn‘t return with Wilbur back to the farm from the fair! #UCFLAE3414SU19

Macker11 The class can use this book in a LC and talk about the farm animals friendship and loyalty to one another. They can use UDL 5.3 to build their fluencies and comprehension of the book during discussions with their LC group. Also ESOL#13 providing them with review and preview activities for discussion. https://www.scholastic.com/teachers/unit-plans/teaching-content/charlottes-web-t... this has resources they can do as a LC as well. 2w
brit91 One of my favorite books as a child and still is! It's a true classic tale of friendship! Just a beautiful told story!😍😍📚📚 2w
Apeacock12 Loved this book growing up! I always wondered if my cows talked to each other whenever I wasn‘t there 😂 7d
DrSpalding This is a classic! Good use of a quality resource. Literature circles would work quite well! All children should read this book. It is not usually considered traditional literature… What other genre would you consider? 10h
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This HF novel by Lauren Tarshis is a great experience for students to read. This book tells about events that have really happened but with a character that is made up, experiencing the events. John was a city boy and didn‘t think he was up for a bad winter, and he didn‘t know any survival tactics. Read to find out if John ever finds his way home after getting stuck in a building during the snow! #UCFLAE3414SU19

Macker11 In the classroom I would use this as a PR and allow the students to discuss these events in detail to where they can understand these real events. ESOL #5 teaching technical vocab supporting key concepts could be used to allow students to understand the vocab prior to learning the historical event. Which would also go with UDL 2.1 where vocabulary is clarified. https://www.teachingbooks.net/tb.cgi?tid=58887 this resource has multiple activities! 2w
DrSpalding Be sure to check Scholastic‘s resource as well. This is an excellent series and I like the idea of partner reading. This means when you purchase these books, you will want to attempt to buy two! Sometimes they have deals for this purpose. 10h
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This Book full of poetry is a great way to introduce fun and exciting poems to a class! I think doing choral reading with this book is a good idea because the students will have first hand comprehension of the humor. Students will love and laugh at all the poems in this book and be eager to write their own! This shows a wide variety of poems and can show the array of poems and topics the students can think about in their own poems. #UCFLAE3414SU19

Macker11 Using ESOL #8 and modeling how to read poetry and learning about rhythm can be beneficial for when you send the students to make their own. Once you read a couple, the class can read them chorally and get a feel for poetry. UDL 7.2 we can talk about relevance, value and authenticity of the poems and the poems we write. http://www.readwritethink.org/classroom-resources/calendar-activities/where-side... has multiple grade ideas 2w
DrSpalding Choral reading is an excellent teaching method for use with poetry. Use this! 10h
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Rosa Parks | Lisbeth Kaiser
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This Biography would be great for choral reading in a small group. I think that students could use this to better understand the importance of Rosa Parks as it tells the details of who she was and why she did what she did. It goes from when she said no on the bus all the way through how she never stopped fighting for what she believed in. Students can learn and discuss the importance and how we are where we are today because of her #UCFLAE3414SU19

Macker11 Students will use ESOL #2 which promotes cooperation as they work in the small groups discussing and reading this book together. Which also goes with UDL 8.3. I think when students learn together about someone so impactful that was young, can help them be intrigued to learn more. http://www.readwritethink.org/classroom-resources/calendar-activities/rosa-parks... this activity can help students put themselves in 1955. 2w
DawnS I love this! I just read a book that I would think is targeted for younger students on Rosa Parks as well, Back of the Bus. I like your website link and activity. If I modified it just a bit, I think the focus of the assignment could still be accomplished even for younger students. 2w
Macker11 That‘s what I think too @DawnS children can learn about these important figures early on 2w
Apeacock12 Love these books!! I found one on Dolly Parton. This author has a lot of great biographies about different women. 7d
DrSpalding As you know, read write think is a high-quality resource where you can find excellent lesson activities. I have not seen these books and will look for them in the future. I like the illustrations! 10h
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This Fiction/ MF book written by Kate DiCamillo and illustrated by Chris Van Dusen has won the Theodor Seuss Geisel award. Mercy gets to go on a ride every Saturday in the car, but this Saturday Mercy doesn‘t want to sit in the passenger seat! Find out if Mercy gets her way in this hilarious book! I would use this as a read aloud! The students could benefit from the funny story, but also the message of safety first with a seatbelt. #UCFLAE3414SU19

Macker11 This book is a chapter book, but has tons of pictures which could fall into UDL 1.3 and 1.2. Students can hear and visually see what is going on in the story! Also, ESOL #1 could be used in relation to how the Officer questions and answers himself for clarification. Addressing these questions and providing feedback is a good lesson for kids to learn. https://www.teachingbooks.net/tb.cgi?tid=11022 tons or resources for this book! 2w
DrSpalding You have some of the best images to date! Thank you for being creative! I think you won this one, right? Teaching books is a good resource and again you are easily aligning universal design and English learner strategies to benefit all students. 10h
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This RF picture book written and illustrated by Marcus Pfister would be a great book for DR! The students would be engaged in the dramatic events that happen throughout the book. I think having each student specifically play a role in this book can make them dive deeper into the message. The stripe fish was not allowed to play with the rainbow fish because he didn‘t have a flashing scale. #UCFLAE3414SU19

Macker11 The rainbow fish knew he was not doing right by excluding his new friend so he got everyone to go save the stripe fish from the shark who was trying to eat him. Then they changed the game and allowed him to play. ESOL 26, acting this out can help explain the story. UDL 8.3. https://www.learningtogive.org/resources/rainbow-fish-literature-guide 2w
brit91 I remember this book when I was a child!😍📚 2w
DrSpalding Oops, genre confusion. Just looking at the front cover, what is the correct genre? Learning to give is a cool resource. 10h
Macker11 @DrSpalding MF? I just changed my log today because I had realized this too! 10h
DrSpalding Good work. You have all twenty completed! Woo hoo! 10h
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This RF book has won the Newbery award and one of Kate DiCamillo‘s popular novels! This book is one that students can relate to, most everyone has been around a dog or has been attached to an animal. Also, it shows that it is alright to be sad and there are many more things in your life that can make you happy. I would have students do a partner read and talk about their feelings of the book and how it can be relatable. #UCFLAE3414SU19

Macker11 The students can relate India Opal‘s life to their own in UDL #3.1 and ESOL #17 to where they can use context clues in order to relate this text to real world scenarios. http://www.readwritethink.org/files/resources/lesson_images/lesson101/Elementsof... this is a good graphic organizer for them to put down feelings and make it easier to relate to different problems India Opal faces. 2w
DrSpalding In Seminole county, teachers in fourth grade are required to use this book for one month! You have a wonderful resource in which to turn to for additional assistance in utilizing this award winner in your classroom. Good choice. 10h
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Walk Two Moons | Sharon Creech
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“Don‘t judge a Man until you‘ve walked two moons in his moccasins” this RF by Sharon Creech has won a Newbery Medal. This book had many great life lessons and relatable content. Sal is on a road trip with Gram and Gramps, and she tells them a story about her friend Phoebe. This story talks about how Phoebe‘s mom left the family and it results In the story of what happened to Sals mom when she left the family. #UCFLAE3414SU19

Macker11 In a classroom I would have the students choose this book for a LC. The students can read at home and then discuss during class time ESOL#38. During this time they can check for understanding and discuss details of the text. They can highlight patterns, critical features and big ideas UDL 3.2. https://www.scholastic.com/content/dam/teachers/lesson-plans/migrated-files-in-b... questions for LC groups. 2w
DrSpalding This is obviously an excellent book selection! Scholastic is a high-quality resource and yes… This would work well for a literature circle choice. (edited) 10h
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This NF read by Megan Stine and Illustrated by David Groff was an amazing read to learn even more facts about the White House! There was so much information in this little book about how it began and when, why they chose where it is located. This book was a great insight to students about the Capital of the Country! I would use this as a PR and allow them to make a presentation to display information that they learned UDL #5.1 #UCFLAE3414SU19

Macker11 While the students are in pairs to make a presentation, and then present it they are working with ESOL#10. 2w
Macker11 https://edsitement.neh.gov/lesson-plans/lesson-1-what-purpose-white-house this resource has some questions students could try to answer in regards to the White House and bring up conversations that they can then discuss 2w
DrSpalding Good for you! Super resource to align with an awesome series. You are so creative with your images. Well done.❤️📚 10h
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Inch by Inch | Leo Lionni
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This RF written and illustrated by Leo Lionni won the Caldecott award! This book would be a great way to facilitate a math lesson about length. I think it would be good if the students had a shared reading and paired it with thinking of objects to measure in the classroom! This book contains stuff that we might not be able to measure, but we could find stuff all around and share what we find out! We could even make estimates prior to measuring

Macker11 Students could use UDL #6.3 by using this book as a source to learn to measure. ESOL #32 for working in groups! This great resource is exactly what I was picturing in my head for a lesson! http://www.cpalms.org/Public/PreviewResourceLesson/Preview/72932 #UCFLAE3414SU19 2w
MeganKlein @Macker11, I loved the way you came up with the idea to incorporate this book with a math lesson! It is so important for students to build literacy across all subject areas and this book does just that! The lesson plan you provided is awesome, and the EL and UDL strategies align perfectly with this text. 2w
DrSpalding You are easily aligning universal design and English learner strategies appropriately. Yes! Good books can be used in all content areas and this one works well in math. 10h
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This MF novel has won the John Newbery Award and is written by Kate DiCamillo, illustrated by K.G. Campbell. This story is about Flora and her super powered squirrel! This squirrel can write poetry and is very smart, together they help save her dad. No one believes her, but she knows for sure that he has superpowers and she believes in him. This book has a great switch between comic, poetry and a novel. #UCFLAE3414SU19

Macker11 I think diving into Kate DiCamillo for an AS would be great for the students in my classroom. This author has produced such amazing and impactful books that really speaks to children. Students can use ESOL#16 to have collaborative groups to discuss what they have learned about the author. Also, UDL #8.3 to go with the discussion they have together. https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Flora-and-Ulysses-Novel-Study-116366... 2w
MeaganM @Macker11 My oldest child loves her books. I like how your source incorporates vocabulary, reading and writing for a lesson. 2w
DrSpalding Awesome image and excellent book choice! Go to Kate‘s website for more information regarding her books. Some of her books actually have their own websites! 10h
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This NF read is a great research tool for students to learn more about their state. Allowing kids to independently read this can cause curiosity to arise about other states as well. UDL 8.1: this book can benefit in projects for students by supplying information and pictures clearly. ESOL #4 can be used, since the students have prior knowledge about Florida. The students can write about something they didn‘t know. #ucflae3414su19

Macker11 I couldn‘t find a resource directly related to this book but I did find this interactive workbook that would be fun for students to fill out! https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Florida-People-Economy-Government-In... it might be a great idea to have each student do a different state and then the workbook can be added to the classroom library! 3w
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DawnS I kind of want to read this and see if I learn anything new about our state. Also, I like the idea you shared about having everyone in the class do a different state, sounds like it would tie in social studies too! 2w
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DrSpalding Interactive notebooks are an excellent idea! You could truly do a lot with this type of nonfiction. In fourth grade, social studies standards center around Florida! 10h
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Matilda / Matilda | Roald Dahl
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Just went to a #FreeLittleLibrary didn‘t know these existed! So much fun. Picked up a copy of Matilda!

Chelleo I love Little Free Libraries 🥰 2w
Macker11 @Chelleo I went to about 15 today! So fun 2w
BooknerdsLife I love these Little Street Library! & what‘s great find! 👍🏼❤️ 6d
DrSpalding The UCF chapter of the Student National Education Association has one at Downey Park! The one in Waterford Lakes is fairly new and I have made donations there as well. We donated a Little Free Library both to Nemours Children‘s Hospital and to the Academic Center for Excellence downtown. In my own neighborhood we have a Little Free Library! Such an awesome initiative. 10h
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Wonder | R. J. Palacio
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“Everyone in the world should get a standing ovation at least once in their life because we all overcometh the world” -August Pullman. If this quote doesn‘t sum up the entire book, I don‘t know what does. Auggie is a young brave boy who has overcome many triumphs throughout the story and he only gets stronger with time. This RF book would be great for students in a LC, and for them to be able to discuss and use ESOL#36 and ask HOT questions

Macker11 I think having the students use UDL 7.2 in their discussion can be beneficial, because they can relate to how they would feel if August was in their school. A great resource for this book would be: https://www.rif.org/sites/default/files/Support_Materials/Wonder-EG.pdf this has so many good ideas to do with your class in regards to the book. #UCFLAE3414SU19 3w
MeganKlein @Macker11, I absolutely love Wonder and I‘m so glad you chose to read it! This book has so many important themes and life lessons that both adults and children can take away. The resource you chose is awesome and the discussion questions are very thought-provoking. I, too, would teach this book in a LC. Thanks for sharing that quote from the book—I can totally visualize that moment for Auggie! 3w
DrSpalding Reading is fundamental is an excellent resource. Keep using high-quality resources as sources for your teaching.❤️📚 11h
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Wonder | R. J. Palacio
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This SF book was an outstanding read for children! It has won the Caldecott award for its illustrations which were done by Peter Brown and written by Aaron Reynolds. I would use this book as a RT strategy and allow children to act it out. Jasper couldn‘t get enough carrots, until one day he thinks they‘re following him. He then comes up with a plan to stop them from getting out, little does he know, he can‘t get in. Just what the carrots wanted.

LibrarianRyan 😂 😂Have you read the sequel: Creepy pair of underwear. We accidentally misplaced the book at work and had our big boss in a tizzy because he kept hearing the staff talk about their creepy underwear. 😂 3w
Macker11 Students will be able to use the 5.3 UDL strategy when they see other students act out the book. Also, EL strategy 14, simply speech by making it slower and redundant. This story has redundant words and actions. I would also use this resource: http://readingtokids.org/Books/BookView.php?pag=5&bookID=00001152 and allow my students to create their own creepy carrot! 3w
Macker11 @LibrarianRyan I actually just saw on the publishers website the sequel! I will have to check it out! Too funny. 3w
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MeaganM @Macker11 When I saw the cover of this book in class; I was so interested to see what it was about! My children love Halloween and to me it would be good to introduce to children around that time! I love that your resource has a craft activity for K-2nd grade to do. This is a great suggestion that I will be doing with my own children at home. 3w
Macker11 @MeaganM I think it is a great read for Halloween! There are so many activities you could do with the book in the classroom. 3w
DawnS I love your photo with the real carrots! Such a great idea. Also I like how extensive your website resource is. It gives some of the examples of more difficult words and discussion ideas. 2w
DrSpalding An excellent read aloud choice. You have aligned the universal design and English learner strategies well. Your carrots are awesome! 11h
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Stage Fright on a Summer Night | Mary Pope Osborne
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Jack and Annie were on another adventure, this time to help out William Shakespeare! Beyond the triumphs they encountered, they were able to perform in a play and save the day. In class, I think students would enjoy this book as a RA. I can make sure they comprehend as we read. Students would enjoy a MF with a little twist of learning about Shakespeare. It would be beneficial for students to read this prior to the Unit on Shakespeare. ESOL#6

Macker11 #UCFLAE3414SU19 Having the students follow along through the text at their own seats can cause less distraction (UDL7.3). Also, having the resource https://images.randomhouse.com/promo_image/9780375806117_3129.pdf in the classroom can help. 4w
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Bshelton27 Great post! I like the link with the added activities. I think reading a chapter book in their seats will definitely help with less distractions. 4w
DeannaP I really enjoy your activity! I love how the students form things that they want to research about William Shakespeare as a class then break up into smaller groups where each one researches a different topic! Doing this in their seats can also help minimize the distractions! 4w
DrSpalding High quality resource with all the necessary components; excellent first post! Books in a series like MTH can encourage students to read MANY books about Jack and Annie! 3w
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