Sunday, May 22, 2011

The Important Book


Here's an adaptation of The Important Book by Margaret Wise Brown.This is the newest book added to my classroom library and will be the first book I read in August to my newest group of First Graders.





Click the picture to grab your own copy of my adaptation of The Important Book by Margaret Wise Brown.


At this busy time of the year, remember to take some time to enjoy your children before they leave your little home away from home. I know I will be!! I wish everyone a GREAT ending to a GREAT year!

17 comments:

  1. Thank you! I love this book for the end of the year.

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  2. I love this book! Thanks!
    www.lessonplandiva.blogspot.com

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  3. Oh my goodness I absolutely love this! I have read this book to my students two other times this year, so they are familiar with it. I used it for describing words and when we first got to my classroom to write the important things about themselves. Thanks you for sharing this. What a wonderful way to culminate these last 5 days!
    - Sydney
    Lessons Learned

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  4. I love this book! I think I'm going to try to have the kids video their stories with the Flip this year...should be fun!
    Thanks for reminding me!
    Swamp Frog First Graders

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  5. such a great idea!!! We will be doing this for sure!

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  6. I LOVE this book! Thanks for the great download. I'm gonna save it for next year.

    Mrs. Wills Kindergarten

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  7. Thanks for sharing.This year our favorite substitute is retiring so every child in the school is writing a letter titled Mrs. Hawkin is important because ____. The kids love her and this idea came from the book. It's a good one.

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  8. Thanks for sharing! I had a similar lesson but I will defintly be using your template at the beginning of the year with my new class!

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  9. I love this! I've been looking for a creative way to use this book! Now I have one. Thank you!

    Lori
    Little Priorities

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  10. Is there a way to "unlock" the PDF file so I can edit the text? I make a class book of this every year as end of the year gifts and would love to use the cover!

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  11. This download isn't working for me. Could you please email it to me? THANKS!
    katherine.lyons@nbed.nb.ca

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  13. This book is really cute but it will not allow me to get a copy. Can you please send me a link?

    QFrazier@hcs.k12.nc.us

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  14. I discovered this book when 2 years ago when I had to come up with a meaningful plan for Step Up Day. It's the perfect book. I want to carry over to when we meet again the first week, reread it, and I was thinking a book...so, when I saw your example, I knew that's exactly what I want to do. Thanks for sharing.

    The Red Brick Road Teacher

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  15. This is been pretty important for the students to regard about the vital provisions of ideas which students must need to regard about. financial accounting assignment

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