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Owusu 1 Irene Owusu Instructor Dean Kate READ 3343 November 06, 2016 Book Summary Student name: Title: (underline or italicize ) The Very Hungry Caterpillar Author: Eric Carle Illustrator: Eric Carle Genre: Children’s Literature Age(s)/grade level(s) Kinder through 2 nd grade Description (2 – 3 sentences; must be your own words and not copied from Amazon or back cover) This book allows children to count and learn the days of the week. Children are also able to learn the steps of a caterpillar becoming a butterfly. Evaluation (2 – 3 sentences and include a rating)* Describe what you liked and the parts that may not be acceptable to you or specific age groups. After reading this book I like that each day an additional item was added to the amount the caterpillar ate. This allows one to count each day. I enjoyed going through the days of the week.
Owusu 2 I did not find anything that did not satisfy me for this book was simple and pretty straight forward. I rate this book as a 5 butterflies. Instructional application – include a topic, specific skill, and one TEK (any content area) Topic: Mathematics Specific Skill: Counting TEK: K.2 i. Compose numbers up to 10 with objects and pictures During or after this book is read the students can have the fruits available to them in order to count along with the book as we read. They can also have a coloring worksheet which allows them to color the amount of fruit for each one the caterpillar has eaten along the way.
Owusu 3 Student name: Title: (underline or italicize ) Enemy Pie Author: Derek Munson Illustrator: Tara Calahan King Genre: Children’s Literature Age(s)/grade level(s) Kinder through 2 nd grade Description (2 – 3 sentences; must be your own words and not copied from Amazon or back cover) Enemy Pie is about a boy who had an enemy in the neighborhood. His dad made a pie that was sure to get rid of enemies. His dad told him to go play nice with his enemy for a day. He no longer had an enemy at the end of the day after eating the pie. Evaluation (2 – 3 sentences and include a rating)* Describe what you liked and the parts that may not be acceptable to you or specific age groups.

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