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Ryanne.H

Joined January 2018

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Ron's Big Mission | Don Tate, Rose Blue, Corinne J. Naden
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This book is really impactful. I remember being told to read this to my class during BHM and wondering if this was appropriate for 4 year olds. Well the next day I got called into my daycare directors office and got in trouble. On my students did realize that she was Black, and her parents said “they weren‘t going to tell her till she was older” Regardless of that specific experience, I think this book is fantastic. This B book is about Ron, a

Ryanne.H Young child who is growing up during in 1959. There is a law that doesn‘t allow African Americans to check out library books and Ron becomes determined to desegregate his library, and achieve his dream of reading at home. This is such an impactful story that I would use it as a RA so discussion can occur after key points. UDL 3.1, 3.2, and 8.1 & ESOL 26, 28, and 29 #UCFLAE3414SP18 2y
Ryanne.H I just realized I never uses TeachersPayTeachers but this website has such incredible resources, including these for Ron‘s Big Mission. https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Browse/Search:ron's%20big%20mission 2y
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I used to read this book to my students all the time, and they really could relate to Sophie, which I believe really means they connected with the book. Often times when they would get mad I would mention Sophie and their demeanor would completely change, and they would become a lot more calm. This RF Caldecott Medal book is about a young girl who gets mad and quickly learns that feeling mad is perfectly fine. This book really helps to encourage

Ryanne.H Children to express their feelings in a healthy way. This book could be utilized as a RA in the classroom. Molly Bang herself has a section on her website dedicated to Sophie and has options for teachers to incorporate this book into their classroom. The activities allow students to comprehend their feelings in safe ways. http://www.mollybang.com/Pages/sophie_act.html UDL 3.1, 7.2, and 9.2 & ESOL 3, 4 and 16 #UCFLAE3414SP18 2y
LisaMart @Ryanne.H Books that teach students about moods and feelings and healthy ways to express them are so important to incorporate in any classroom. It really helps them to become more self-aware and adjust their own behaviors appropriately. I haven‘t read this book yet, but just from your post I‘m sure I‘d love it. 2y
Cruzdia1 I always love seeing literature depict all emotions, not just positive ones. I think it‘s important for students to see a full range and variety of emotions that they can relate to 2y
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This cute little book is a P book that has 21 poems illustrated with sewn fabric collages and other adorable features. This tribute makes readers look within themselves to discover what inspires them. I think this book would help students fall in love with poetry for its simplistic beauty. I would use this for RT and have my students recite a poem to the class and then discuss what we think the poem means. This entire website is dedicated to

Ryanne.H Inspiring and helping students find a love for poetry, which I think is wonderful. https://www.poetry4kids.com/activities/poetry-activities-for-kids/ UDL 7.2 and 8.2 & ESOL 2 and 11 UCFLAE3414SP18 2y
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Monster Truck Racing | Lee-anne Spalding
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I‘ve always had a hard time becoming passionate about NF books, so when Professor shared that she writes NF picture books for children, I knew I had to look them up! This one, Monster Truck Racing is my favorite because it provides everything you need to know about monster truck in an interesting way that is simple enough for teachers. It makes me want to actually go to Monster Jam next! I think this would best utilized as a RA. unfortunately due

Ryanne.H To the nature of the topic, I can imagine boys would be more eager to read it, but I would push for the girls in my class to read it as well. This 5-day unit plan for NF would be great to use for students who are learning about the genres of literature! https://www.scholastic.com/teachers/unit-plans/teaching-content/5-day-unit-plan-... UDL 2.1, 2.4, and 3.2 & ESOL 5, 20, and 29. #UCFLAE3414SP18 2y
LisaMart @Ryanne.H 🤩 Where did you find this?? I want to read some of her non-fiction books!! Boys would definitely love this book, especially those that might not find reading interesting or “cool.” 2y
Ryanne.H She showed it in class I think 2 weeks ago! She has a whole bunch of them. Pretty cool 😊 2y
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GraceNeg I love Monster Jam ! You should definitely go. Every January they come to Orlando. I will actually post about this. 😍😍 2y
KaitlynN I want ALL of her books in my classroom! I love that she made them because we can be sure they have all the NF text features that kids need to see and use to become comfortable with NF text. Plus they are so engaging! I loved books about dinosaurs and fish when I was little. Kids used to be pretty mean about me liking “boy books” so I stopped reading them. I think it would be really cool to point out that a Woman is the author! 2y
DrSpalding What a fabulous resource you have selected to go along with my books. Thanks for the kind comments. High interest books that boys and girls alike can enjoy. 2y
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Henrys Freedom Box | Ellen & Kadir Nelson Levine
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This book has touched my heart, and I will never forget it. I remember reading this to a classroom of children a couple of years ago and they were all so impressed with Henry‘s bravery. This B Caldecott Award winning picture book is about a slave that ships himself to freedom inside of a box. Throughout the book you see all the trials that these poor people had to go through, and it would be perfect for BHM. I Scholastic has such great references

Ryanne.H and again, they do a great job of providing appropriate activities to go along with these amazing books. https://www.scholastic.com/teachers/lesson-plans/teaching-content/henrys-freedom... UDL 3.1, 3.2, and 7.2 & ESOL 26, 28, and 29. #UCFLAE3414SP18 2y
Ryanne.H I think this would also be a great option for storytelling. You could bring a box in and have your students retell Henry‘s journey! 2y
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Going Places: with audio recording | Paul A. Reynolds, Peter H. Reynolds
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This is the cutest little book! Going places RF picture book about two young children who are participating in a go-karting contest. But they have a bigger plan that is sure to stand out. The illustrations on this are spectacular, I love how saturated and colorful they are. I would utilize this as a RA, IR, or S. I love this activities for this book. This link includes word searches and spot the difference.

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Little Dog Poems | Kristine O'Connell George
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Again, what a cute little cover! Children love dogs, so this illustration would absolutely catch their attention. Little dog poems by Kristine O‘Connell is a NF-P book about a little girls day with a her Little dog. With thirty short poems, students have many choices to choose from and won‘t want to stop. Awarded the Charlotte Zolotow award, Little Dog Poems students will love these haiku style poems and hopefully encourage them to write their

Ryanne.H Own! Because their are over 30 poems in this book I would best utilize this by using PR or SR so students can work together to uncover the beauty of poetry. This teacher guide is actually written by Kristen O‘Connell herself and she encourages teachers who use Little Dog Poems in their classrooms to email her their usage so she can post it on her website. http://kristinegeorge.com/pdfs/Teachers%20Guide%20Fold%20Me%20a%20Poem.pdf UDL principle 7.2 2y
Ryanne.H Could be incorporated for students to share any stories they have about their pets to provide relevance for the children. Because their are 30 poems ESOL 38 could be used so students could read the poems at home with their family. Overall because the poems are haiku format I think students will really appreciate its simplicity and feel encouraged to write their own poems. #UCFLAE3414SP18 2y
LisaMart @Ryanne.H I love dogs too!! A puppy poem book! Say no more! Need this! Love that the resource is written by the author! A teachers guide makes life so much easier! Plus if she posts it on her website that would be so awesome to share with the students. ❤️ 2y
KaitlynN My friend is getting a dog this weekend and I am currently looking for this book on Amazon! How cute! I think relatable characters and topics make poetry so much more accessible. 2y
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First of all, can we talk about how CUTE this cover is? What child wouldn‘t want to read this book? Pierre the Penguin: A true Story by Jean Marzollo is the recipient of the 2010 Oppenheim Toy Portfolio Gold Award. Pierre the Penguin is a TL-N book that is sure to make kids laugh at the rhyme sequences and adore the realistic illustrations. I would use this book as a RA so the teachers can define the rhyming words so students can see the

Ryanne.H Patterns. This teachers guide is filled with many simple yet entertaining activities for students to do. https://www.btsb.com/libcorner/lp/PierrethePenguin.pdf I especially love the Smallest to Largest activity where students have to arrange the penguins from smallest to largest because that helps them to understand spatial order (1st, 2nd, etc.) Because most children know what a penguin is, UDL 3.1 could be used to start a discussion about 2y
Ryanne.H Characteristics of penguins before the story is read. I would also use 1.1 and display the rhyming patterns on the board if possible. Because this book would be best used as a RA ESOL strategies 14, 20, & 22 would be best used especially 20 which links back to listing rhyming patterns on the board. Overall I think this is such a cute story and you we all should try to incorporate poetry in our classroom! #UCFLAE3414SP18 2y
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The Man Who Walked Between the Towers by Mordeci Gerstein is a H book that has won the Caldecott Medal. This book is about a French aerialist Philippe Petit who walked between the two twin towers in 1974. Filled with anticipation and wonder, this book is perfect for children that love books that will leave you wondering what will happen next. Because this picture book is a little lengthy and filled with some tier 2 and tier 3 words

Ryanne.H I would use this as a RA or PR so the book can be paused to discuss what happens periodically. This would be perfect for a social studies revolving historical lessons such as 9-11. I like this activity because sometimes it‘s good to give old fashioned activities that really require students to dig deep and think beyond the text. 2y
Ryanne.H https://www.pinterest.com/pin/222506037817128464/?amp_client_id=amp-cmvQAgKZyWpX... UDL 3.1 is perfect for students that might not know about 9/11. ESOL strategy 6 & 28 could be incorporated for understanding who Petit was and to make sure students are understanding the worksheet because it involves going back and re-reading the text. #UCFLAE3414SP18 2y
J.Cash I love this book and the story behind it. The movie was even a good pick. I think this book can be used to inspire students to create goals and set standards for themselves 2y
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A Wrinkle in Time | Madeleine L'Engle
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A Wrinkle in Time by Madeleine L‘Engle is a John Newberry Medal award winning SF book. All of my posts are always ‘Pick‘ options, but this one is getting a ‘So-So‘ from me. A Wrinkle in time is about a young girl who has to travel to another dimension to find her lost father. The book itself felt a little unorganized and choppy for me, and it was a struggle to get through. I also found Meg to be whiny and complacent so it was hard to connect

Ryanne.H Emotionally to the text. UDL 2.5 could be used to compare and contrast the movie with the book, and UDL 3.2 is perfect for sharing one of the morals of the story: loving yourself for who you are. 2y
Ryanne.H ESOL strategy 45 could be used to compare and contrast the Mrs‘s or even the difference in the planets the children visit. I think A Wrinkle in Time would be best used as SR or a RA spoken by the teacher as this books has a lot of characters and this would best be used to organize understanding and comprehension. This online book file from Scholastic has so many different interactive and creative activities for students, so I definitely think this 2y
Laura.S @Ryanne.H I love that you stated to compare and contrast the movie with the book. Maybe the movie could be used as an incentive for students to read the book. After reading they could watch the movie and have a discussion about each mode. 2y
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Two bobbies is a Henry Bergh Children‘s Book Award (ASPCA) biographical picture book. Two bobbies is about a dog and a cat left behind during Hurricane Katrina in New Orleans. Filled with sweet moments, two bobbies shows children the importance of friendship, no matter the cost. This book would be best utilized as a RA. I read this book for our TeachLIVE assignment and the avatars were really engaged in the story, asking lots of questions. The RA

Ryanne.H Can followed up with this activity http://readwritethink.org/classroom-resources/lesson-plans/glogging-about-natura... Students will research natural disasters and then present their findings on a poster board. For UDL guidelines 1.1 & 1.3 students will be able to display their understandings and use different alternatives of visuals, such as the internet. 2y
Ryanne.H For ESOL 46 & 26 students can encorporate hands on activities with the poster board, and maintaining books about natural disasters will help students better their understanding through simplified text. #UCFLAE3414SP18 2y
V.DeQuattro I want to read this book, it looks so cute!! I really liked the activity that you attached. Really goes with the moral of the story. @Ryanne.H 2y
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DrSpalding Excellent summary Annie. This is a wonderful book that incorporates a tragic, historical event along with the themes of friendship and survival. Excellent job using a high-quality resource. 2y
AmeliaS21 Great post! I almost chose this book for my read aloud! (Who doesn‘t love a story about animals??) This book seems great since it includes a historical event! 2y
Cruzdia1 Hi Ryanne! I agree that this book would be a great book to encourage students to participate in natural disaster research especially since we live in Florida where we also have hurricanes! 2y
Laura.S @Ryanne.H this book looks amazing! I love that it includes animals which engages the students. Also super important that it touches on the true story of Hurricane Katrina. 2y
Fiona_i I would really like to read this book. It sounds like such a good read. 2y
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Giraffes Can‘t Dance is MF F about Gerald the giraffe that longs to dance, but his legs are too skinny, and his neck is too long. This book would be best utilized as a RA to your students followed by this activity http://readwritethink.org/classroom-resources/lesson-plans/using-picture-books-e... after listening to the RA students will discuss stereotypes and the limitations people put on Gerald. Using UDL guidelines 3.2 & 8.1

Ryanne.H Students will discuss the main idea of the story and highlight how Gerald overcame his obstacles and accomplished his goals. For ESOL strategies 18 & 24 students can dance the cha cha when the chimps in story do activating their gross motor skills, and the examples of dancing in the book can relate to any Latin ESOL students in the classroom. #UCFLAE3414SP18 2y
LisaMart @Ryanne.H great post! I love a book that could incorporate dancing! Have to check this one out! 2y
DrSpalding Wonderful alignment. Wonderful resource. I agree this makes for a lively read aloud. I have also seen it as a wonderful storytelling… Hint, hint. 2y
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erin.yarbrough This book is amazing! Great for all audiences! 2y
GraceNeg Nice post 😊 I will have to check out the book and read it to some of my students. 2y
AmeliaS21 This looks like such a cute book!! I‘ll have to check it out! 2y
Fiona_i This was such a good book. I think children would really love his book. 2y
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The Stinky Cheese man is a TL folktale Caldecott Medal book that takes a fun and quirky take on classic fairytale stories. This would best be utilized as a RA to students, followed by this activity http://readwritethink.org/parent-afterschool-resources/games-tools/fractured-fai... Students will use this interactive tool to change the essential elements of fairy tale stories while also understanding setting, plot, and POV. Using

Ryanne.H UDL guidelines 4.2 & 2.5 students will be able to optimize their learning through technological support and illustrate their ideas through media. For ESOL strategies 8 & 6 teachers can show students how to use this online tool through monitoring and then monitor their comprehension by assisting students that need help with the tool. #UCFLAE3414SP18 2y
LisaMart @Ryanne.H I checked this book out for a Litsy post too!! I remember reading it when I was a kid. Great resource for this book! 2y
DrSpalding I agree, wonderful resource. This would be considered a folklore variant. Little red running shorts for example is the authors version of little red riding hood. Nice alignment. 2y
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Wonder | R J Palacio
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Wonder is a Realistic F that has won the 2015 Mark Twain Award. Wonder is about a Auggie, a young boy who has Treacher Collins Syndrome. This book is filled with opportunities to discuss physical differences with your students. This could be optimized by using it for LC, SG, or RA. http://readwritethink.org/classroom-resources/lesson-plans/moving-toward-accepta... this activity could be used with a small group setting with the

Ryanne.H Students discussing embracing diversity, and then share the empathy towards others the see in school and in their community. This can be paired with the UDL guideline 3.1 and 7.1. Students will activate their background knowledge of diversity, and then express how accepting others is a choice people choose to make with UDL 7.1. Using ESOL strategies 12 & 15 students will be able to understand objectives and key ideas to help facilitate their 2y
Ryanne.H Understanding of Wonder. #UCFLAE3414SP18 2y
DrSpalding What a fabulous resource! This book is so powerful. I hope that all of you decide to use it in your future classroom. 2y
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Out of My Mind | Sharon M. Draper
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Out of my mind is a Realistic F book about a young girl named Melody, with Cerebral Palsy. She is a vibrant young girl who is dying to speak the thoughts in her head. This book is a Parent‘s Choice Silver Honor book that teaches children to be accepting of people of all walks of life. http://readwritethink.org/classroom-resources/lesson-plans/okay-different-teachi... this activity would be perfect to pair with this book as it

Ryanne.H Teaches the students in your classroom to be tolerant of diversity and helps them to develop empathy. For literary comprehension, this book should be used for LC. Using the UDL guidelines 9.3 and 9.1 students will be able to understand what is expected of a loving and accepting community and reflect on how they can treat others in the classroom. For ESOL students strategies 2 and 10 can be useful for the LC by allowing them to work together, share 2y
Ryanne.H Their ideas, and express any concerns and clarifications. #UCFLAE3414SP18 2y
DrSpalding The resource itself aligns with one of Todd Parr‘s preschool age books. I do understand how you‘ve connected it and I do believe that a flip book would be powerful. 2y
erin.yarbrough This book was amazing, and I love your ESOL interpretation! 2y
LisaMart @Ryanne.H I‘ve heard so many great things about this book! I really need to check it out; I love books that also have a great message! 2y
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SkippyJon Jones, Lost in Spice by Judy Schachner is a Science Fiction picture book that is perfect for 1-3 graders. This book is about a kitty that travels to mars. Skippy wants to go to mars because it is red, and red means that it is covered in spicy red peppers. Students will love this book for its witty wordplay and crazy illustrations. Because this picture book has some lengthy phrases, it would be great for partner reading, so students can

Ryanne.H Sound out unfamiliar words together. Working together promotes UDL 2.1 (Clarify vocabulary and symbols) because partners can go over words they are unsure of and can point out things they previously knew. This best EL for this book is EL 32 (use student pairs for team learning) by pairing up El students with more advanced EL‘s for clarification. 2y
LisaMart @Ryanne.H I know you‘re not supposed to judge a book by its cover, but oh my goodness how cute! I am intrigued! Not only because of the cover; I also love a good wordplay! I‘ll definitely have to pick this one up and check it out! Great post! (edited) 2y
DrSpalding I‘m glad you were intrigued by this author and her fun books about a Siamese cat that thinks it‘s a Chihuahua. Add a web resource. Look specifically to her website. Students thoroughly enjoy these books as often times they include Spanish text as well. This book could be a book shared during a science lesson about our solar system. 2y
Ryanne.H Just Schachner‘s website for Skippy is so cute! http://www.skippyjonjones.com/index2.php I can see so many kids having fun with this. 2y
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If Chocolate Were Purple by Jen Barton is a Literary Classics Seal of Approval Modern Fantasy picture book about a world where chocolate is purple. This whimsical book full of rhymes is a fun story to ignite imaginations. Children will love this book for its crazy depictions, and will wonder with every page turn what outlandish thing will happen next. Because it has short simple sentences and is mostly filled with pictures, this would be great for

Ryanne.H Independent reading for advance K-1st grade. After independently reading, children can write/draw what their world would look like if chocolate were purple. UDL 9.3 (develop self-assessment and reflection) because students can then share what they created to the class and why they chose to write/draw their ideas. EL 8 (use direct instruction) teacher can model a chocolate purple world through visuals or drawings instead of independent reading. 2y
DrSpalding The Chocolate Touch is one of my all-time favorite books from my childhood. This book reminds me of that book. Be sure to add a web resource. Books that can encourage creativity, are super to add to your classroom library. 2y
morganhillman This book sounds fantastic!! I really love how much creativity is involved with the book and the activity that the kids do after reading. I think that all students would be really engaged and have a great time reading this book! 2y
Ryanne.H I normally don‘t use Pinterest because there are too many options but this is too cute https://www.pinterest.com/pin/140244975870862694/?amp_client_id=j1zzWx15ZE4jRDIw... the idea of a sensory bin is so neat 2y
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Interrupting Chicken | David Ezra Stein
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Interrupting Chicken by David Ezra Stein is a 2011 Caldecott Honorable Mention Fairytale picture book. Interrupting chicken is about a young chicken who is listening to his father reading fairytale stories. But Interrupting chicken decides that he wants to change the ending. This story would be great for K-2 for its references to folk stories, and will elicit many giggles every time the chicken interrupts.

Ryanne.H This book would be perfect for a Read-Aloud so the teacher can use different voices and expressions to capture her students attention. Afterwards students can try to read a book with a partner and have their own interrupting chicken. UDL 7.1 (Optimize individual choice and autonomy) pairs well with this activity as students decide when to interrupt and how to change the story their partner is reading. For EL learners, El 17 (Provide contextual 2y
Ryanne.H Support through audio visuals, models, demonstrations, realia, body language and facial expressions) by having an audio version of Interrupting chicken available during the read aloud 2y
DrSpalding Be sure to add a web resource. While this book discusses folklore, it would technically be another genre. Take a look at your FlipBook. You are very close. Excellent EL/UDL alignment. Some teachers use this book while teaching class rules at the beginning of a school year. 2y
Ryanne.H https://www.literacyworldwide.org/blog/literacy-daily/2011/10/04/putting-books-t... this link is such a fantastic source, it‘s used to help students distinguish fiction from nonfiction 2y
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Freedom Summer | Deborah Wiles
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Freedom Summer is a Coretta Scott King New Talent Award Historical Fiction novel about the aftermath of the Civil Rights Act. This story is about 2 young boys, Joe and John and the trials the take together to overcome adversity. Because Joe is white and John is black, they have trouble doing activities together, but that doesn‘t stop them. It ends on a super sweet note, and would be great for Black history month!

Ryanne.H This book would be great for literature circles, as the text is more advanced and allows for a discussion opportunities. UDL 8.3 (Foster collaboration and community) is used when students discuss the book after LC and share their findings about the community in Freedom Summer. EL 28 (Provide biographies of significant men and women from different countries)could be used for this book by showing black history month figures such as MLKJ & Rosa Parks 2y
DrSpalding Annie, this is an excellent book selection. I agree this would be a wonderful book to share with students during the month of February. Being that it is a picture book, reading aloud would probably be best and would of course allow for conversation. I like the idea of connecting this fictitious book to real civil rights activists. 2y
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Ryanne.H https://www.scholastic.com/teachers/collections/teaching-content/black-history-m... this scholastic link is dedicated to a whole section of BHM activities! 2y
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Love You Forever | Robert N Munsch
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Love You Forever, by Robert Munsch is a heartwarming, RF book that will leave you feeling warm yet saddened for its realistic description of life. This book has won the Parents Choice Gold Award and was listed 4 times on the 2001 Publishers weekly All-time Best Selling Children‘s Books. Love you forever is a story about a mother‘s unconditional love for her son, through his journey from adolescence to adulthood.

Ryanne.H Every night she sings him a song, proclaiming “I‘ll love you forever”. As the boy grows older he in turn takes care of his mother and sings the same special song to her. 2y
Ryanne.H This book would be a great choice for a read-aloud as the variations between text and song allow great movement to keep children captured in the story. The UDL Principle 3.1 (Activate or supply background knowledge) relates to this story because most of your students can share a time a their parent(s) showed them affection, and made them feel loved. For EL 38 (assign short readings for homework) 2y
Ryanne.H Students could take home a printed copy of the book to read with their parent(s) and discuss what they learned from Love you Forever. 2y
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DrSpalding I assume you enjoyed today‘s read aloud. Excellent choice. Be sure to use the abbreviations for the genres. Look for another ESOL strategy that might better align with this particular book and choice of teaching strategy. 2y
morganhillman Ahh I love this book so so much! It is so sweet and all people, regardless if they are children or adults, love it! I loved your idea on how the students can take home a copy and read it to their parents because I think it‘s great practice for the student and so cute for the parents! Great post!! 2y
JordanL I remember this book, being read in class. I really liked your UDL strategy, I didn't quite think about that (The way you supplied that background knowledge). Great review, I think it'll really help captivate your students with how powerful it is. 2y
Ryanne.H Update: An even better ESOL strategy would be #14 and you definitely need to sing the song in the book! 2y
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