Wednesday, July 18, 2012

Must Have Books... Linky

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I have to confess...chapter books are not my thing.  Picture books make me happy!!! When I so this linky I knew I had to share some of my faves :)

1) Beatrice Doesn't Want To:  I use this book every year to introduce summarizing. Beatrice refuses to go to the library with her brother until she discovers reading.  Great for making connections!

2) Don't Let the Peas Touch!:  Sophie and I have something in common. We are both picky eaters!  I use this book to make connections and share about our siblings.

3) SkippyJon Jones:  I read this to 'show off' my rocking Spanish accent :)

4) My Lucky Day: All I can say about this one is... piggies are really smart animals.  Great for making predictions.

5) Miss Smith's Incredible Storybook: Characters come to life in this book read by a second grade teacher.  The best illustrations!

I hide them all in here: 
Where do you house all your favorite books?

11 comments:

  1. Lol. All of my favorites are in a filing cabinet drawer, too! :)

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  2. All of my faves are in bins behind my desk where the kiddos can't get to them!! ;)
    ❤Teri
    A Cupcake for the Teacher

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  3. I love your book choices!! Beatrice Doesn't Want To & Miss Smith's Incredible Storybook are some of my students' favorite books!
    Lisa
    Learning Is Something to Treasure

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  4. Haha, I'm right there with you on the picky eater thing! Don't Let the Peas Touch immediately caught my attention!

    The Dalton Gang

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  5. I'm gonna have to check our Beatrice Doesn't Want To!

    Cute!

    Halle
    Across the Hall in 2nd

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  6. I love "My Perfect Day!" Always a favorite with my kids!

    Make sure to stop by and enter my giveaway.
    -Courtney
    2ndgradesnapshots.blogspot.com

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  7. I house my favorite books on top of the students' bookcase :)
    I am a new follower and am glad to have found your blog!
    Happy Teaching,
    Laura
    TIPS: Teach, Inspire, and Prepare Students

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  8. I heart My Lucky Day! It is such a fun book. I house all my books on a bookshelf. The kids just know not to mess with them without asking. They are typically allowed I just need to remind them to return the books at the end of reading time.
    Amy
    Where Seconds Count

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  9. Hi, Tania!
    I love Skippyjon Jones! I am also a second grade teacher too! I am nominating you for the Versatile Blogger award. Visit my blog to pick up your award. :)

    Alex

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  10. Wonderful and memorable book choices!!! I'm as happy as Skippyjon that I found your Blog! Stop by anytime!

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