Frida Kahlo Picture Book Companion

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Grade Levels
3rd - 6th
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25 pages
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  1. An amazing bundle for some great picture books!Included in this pack:Four sub plan units you can use for those days you can't help being absent! Just have the picture book ready and the copies!Happy DreamerSeparate is Never EqualThe DotFrida Kahloand a frrbie: Interactive read aloud for Happy Dream
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  2. Great bundle!Great resources for amazing books by a fantastic author and illustrator, Yuyi Morales. Two Interactive read aloud lesson plans for Dreamers and Niño Wrestles the World and Two picture book unit /sub packs for Dreamers and Viva Frida! If you're not familiar with her work, get your book
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  3. These four picture book units will help get your Latino artist study underway! Make sure to get the amazing books by fantastic authors and illustrators! Great for Hispanic Heritage month.Frida Kahlo, Mexican artist Viva FridaDiego Rivera, Mexican muralist Diego Rivera: His World and OursAmalia H
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Frida Kahlo- That beautiful Mexican artist know for her bold self portraits and honest depictions. Get to know Frida! Great unit for Hispanic Heritage / LatinX month.

Picture Book unit or sub pack is for those days when you can’t help being absent or when you just want to have a fun day!

Just have the book and the copies ready to go in an accordion folder.

Viva Frida by Yuyi Morales or one of the other choices listed in the unit.

Included in this pack:

Kid friendly biography


*Story Map

*Easy story map

*Poetry: free verse

*Poetry: acrostic

*Venn Diagram: Me and Frida Kahlo


*Creating my own free verse poetry

*Letter to Frida


*Frida Kahlo’s word problems: Multiplication

Social Studies

*Looking at Coyoacan, Mexico City


* Create your own self portrait with a pet

*Poetry as art on Canva

It has 25 pages. There are answer sheets for the math and social studies lessons.

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There is one for:

  • Danza!
  • The Day You Begin
  • Diego Rivera
  • Drum Dream Girl
  • Frida Kahlo
  • Happy Dreamer
  • The Last Stop on Market Street
  • Separate is Never Equal
  • The Dot and more!

Great for Hispanic Heritage month or anytime you want to celebrate the Latinx culture!

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Total Pages
25 pages
Answer Key
Teaching Duration
2 days
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Read closely to determine what the text says explicitly and to make logical inferences from it; cite specific textual evidence when writing or speaking to support conclusions drawn from the text.
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