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Celebrate the 2019 Caldecott Awards!All 4 Honor Books and the Winning Book Included!This bundle is perfect for your elementary classroom or school library!This bundle contains book extension actives for the following 5 award winners:Hello Lighthouse by Sophie Blackall (2019 WINNER)Thank You, Omu! by
This PDf is to be used for a unit on Caldecott and Newbery award winners. Great for reluctant writers! Students will learn about these medals as well as Honors and then will get a chance to earn the medals themselves with their own writing pieces. This can be used during a one time unit or during a
Celebrate the 2020 Caldecott Awards!All 3 Honor Books and the Winning Book Included!This bundle is perfect for your elementary classroom or school library!This bundle contains book extension actives for the following 4 award winners:The Undefeated by Kwame Alexander and Kadir Nelson (2020 WINNER)Bea
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CALDECOTT AWARDS are the American Library Association's yearly ILLUSTRATOR AWARDS for best illustrations each year. In 2013, six amazing picture books received this award. Six were awarded silver medals and the seventh was awarded the top GOLD medal. Kids Wings has created literature guides for
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Award Winning BooksGive your literacy program a boost with the excitement of Award Winning Books. This product will give you lists, links and more to get your students excited about books that win awards for being the best illustrations for each year.Features:ListActivitiesHow To UseLinks***********
Have you ever won an award before? Use this powerpoint to help your student better understand the history of the Caldecott Medal. Who wins? Includes the winners of 2017 - 2014
Award books are listed by year with author, title, and reading level. Note that Caldecott Awards are selected for their illustrations. The author may or may not be the illustrator. Opinions on reading level have changed over the years. Reading levels reflect current online references. This handout
Increase exposure to distinguished literature by helping your students understand the significance of a medal on a book’s cover and distinguish between the most common children’s literature book awards! Designed to enhance your creativity and instruction, these unique posters were created to bring d
This activity is a follow up to reading the book The Hello, Goodbye Window by Norton Juster and illustrated by Chris Raschka. The activity fits well with a Caldecott lesson, as it asks the students to reflect on and imitate the illustration style of the award-winning illustrator as they predict what
Hello Lighthouse is written and illustrated by Caldecott Medal Winner Sophie Blackall.  With beautiful imagery and the use of repetitive text this story follows a young light house keeper through the seasons and the years.  It is an easy way to teach children about the isolated life or a Light House
A previous Caldecott winner this is a classic story of one boy’s day of discovery in the snow.  From snowmen, to snow angels to the discovery that snow disappears when you bring it inside where it is warm.  Activities for this book include drawing snow angels, handwriting, water as matter flow chart
This Caldecott Criteria Worksheet puts the Caldecott selection material into kid-friendly language. Use this to have students evaluate books that have already won the award, or to consider if a book SHOULD win!The worksheet has students look at:*the artistic technique*how plot, characters, setting,
Double Bass Blues by Andrea J Loney and Rudy Gutierrez was a 2020 Caldecott Honour book. It is a picture book of Nic’s life as a musician both at his school and with his uncle’s band. Activities for this book include an anti-teasing poster, onomatopoeias, identifying instruments, listening to some
Looking for an eye-catching way to display your books in your library? These signs can both help increase student interest and label your book displays. Included: Caldecott Newbery Coretta Scott King
Are you implementing a Mock Caldecott unit this year? Mock Caldecott is one of my very favorite parts of the year with my third graders. I blogged all about my process - including some tips and tricks for a successful Mock Caldecott unit - in this blog post! This download is a placemat to use duri
Great Printable Reading List of the Best Picture Books: Top ten Caldecott Book winners. This list is kid tested and librarian approved. When kids are looking for new books to read I like to send home a list of books that they can check out at any public library that will get them excited about readi
Caldecott and Newbery Award
2019 Caldecott Award Winner! This resource is filled with 23 NO PREP reading response activities for your elementary classroom or school library. Take a fascinating look inside a lighthouse and see exactly what a lighthouse keeper was expected to do. Follow the keeper from his first day on the job u
2018 Caldecott Medal Award Winner!Beautifully illustrated wordless picture book. A little girl gets lost in a blizzard and discovers a wolf pup that has been left behind by the pack. She safely helps the pup find the pack and then the pack helps the girl's family find her. From Publisher's Weekly:Ca
The Caldecott Award-winning book, So You Want to Be President, written by Judith St. George, is a fun and humorous introduction to a study of U.S. Presidents. This study guide includes various activities to extend learning and incorporate essential skills through a study of this entertaining non-f
2020 Caldecott Medal Winner, 2020 Coretta Scott King Illustrator Book Award, 2020 Newbery Honor BookThis resource is perfect for the elementary classroom or school library. You will have 31 unique activities to use with your elementary students. You can pick and choose which activities work best for
Affix these "awards" to completed writing projects. Your students will feel like they have won a Caldecott Medal! Run on sticky back paper for easy application. learninginthelittleapple.blogspot.com

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