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A young bunny and her mom spend a day together exploring and adventuring while connecting with eachother. With fun rhymes, this book emphasizes the importance of love between a mother and her baby. One engaging instructional activity is Quick Draw. Using all three of these pieces of literature, Quick Draw can integrate multiple representations of concepts and skills into content area instruction. One benefit of Quick Draw is that it engages students by allowing visual learners to draw and allows students to get their hands busy. After reading the 3 stories and introducing the theme of love, students can be assigned to take certain passages from the story that relate to the common theme, and then draw a picture depicting the passage and theme. This allows students to draw about what they learned, meaning they will need to reference the children’s literature for proof to back up their drawing. 4
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