• Monster Trucks

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    Monster Trucks by Ian Graham. See if you can learn some interesting, new facts about monster trucks. 

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  • Mud Puddle

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    Mud Puddle is written by Robert Munsch.  It's a silly, fun story.  Make a prediction about what's going to happen BEFORE you listen to it.

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  • Roscoe Riley: Don't Swap Your Sweater for a Dog

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    Katherine Applegate writes about Roscoe and his adventures.  He always starts his story in...Time Out.  This is the end of the story we were reading together in March.  Enjoy it...and never, ever, ever swap your sweater for a dog.

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  • I Love Dogs!

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    Sue Stainton and Bob Staake give us this fun books about dogs. Look for all the describing words and the rhyming words. Can you write your own book about an animal you love?

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  • I Like Bugs!

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    A book by Margaret Wise Brown. How many different bugs can you spy when you go outside? You can write and illustrate your own bug book.

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  • Farm Trucks

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    Look at this farm equipment. Have you seen these around our area? Would you like to work one of these some day?

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  • Pete the Cat and his Four Groovy Buttons

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    Pete the Cat and his Four Groovy Buttons written by Eric Litwin, art by James Dean

    Do you have a favorite shirt?  What words would you use to describe it?  Find out what happens to Pete's favorite shirt.  At the end of the story, stop and think:  is there a lesson we can learn from Pete?
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  • Zoom City

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    Zoom City is by Thacher Hurd.  It's a fun book to read especially when you want to practice reading with expression! See if you can hear my voice change.  Find a fun book you like to read and watch those clues the author gives you about how to read it. ! ?

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  • Bubble Bubble

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    A book by Mercer Mayer. Read about magic bubbles, and your imagination when you play with bubbles.

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  • Hand, Hand, Fingers, Thumb

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    Hand, Hand, Fingers, Thumb is a fun book to read. Written by Al Perkins. Do you have anything at your house to make a drum?

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  • Bears On Wheels

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    Bears on Wheels by Stan and Jan Berenstain See if you can keep count of how many bears are in this story.  Can you count the wheels too?  Which bike would you like to ride?  Maybe you can design a brand new bike.

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  • Animal Clues

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    This book is by David Drew and is about different animals and where they live.
     
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