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Inspired to Create a Book List at OceanCliff

We got all of our writing and reading teaching points solidified for the rest of the school year when we were at OceanCliff yesterday. However, we went a step farther and did something we didn’t expect to do. We started a book list of all the books we’ve read to the kids over the course of the school year. It’s still in DRAFT FORM (i.e., it’s very messy). However, since I often receive e-mails asking what I used for this or that, I figured that it would be a good idea to post the book list we started yesterday would be a good idea.

Do come back and visit this page from time to time since it will be updated and much more organized in the next few weeks.

Stacey Shubitz View All

Literacy Consultant. Author. Former 4th and 5th Grade Classroom Teacher.

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  1. I don’t know if you want ideas or suggestions, a wonderful persuasive book is:
    Hey, Little Ant. An ant does not want to be killed or stomped on so he persuades the little kid not to kill him. It is a wonderful text for reader’s theatre as the kid and ant take turns speaking. I divided the children into two groups: ant and little kid. Then I posed the question, should the ant let the ant live? (There is a page where the little kid has his foot raised over the ant.) Thanks for sharing your book list!


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