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Claire Freedman
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Teacher Baker
Teacher Baker rated it 6 years ago
Silly Dilly Duckling written by Claire Freedman is a 1.8 on the Accelerated Reading leveling system. This story is about a baby duck whose feather falls out and drifts in the wind. The duckling thinks she must find it. A hedgehog and mouse try to help Dilly find the feather. However, Dilly returns h...
Books worth reading to students
Books worth reading to students rated it 6 years ago
This book is a fun and hilarious story that I believe younger grades would enjoy most. The Lexile level of this book is AD440L. I have many different ideas for lessons using this book but I think it would be best to focus on rhyming. While reading the book, the teacher could have students help point...
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Mrs. Lovett's Top Picks rated it 6 years ago
This is a super fun, silly story that I think any class would enjoy! I would read this to a kindergarten or first grade class, because it is a very low reading level. Some lessons that could be taught from this book are rhyming words, and fiction. The story keeps a rhyme scheme of ABAB through the e...
TiffanyThomas rated it 6 years ago
This is a very cute story. This story could be read in companion with Aliens in Underpants Save the World. In the classroom, you could have students compare and contrast the two stories through comparison. You could also have students make predictions about one story based on the other before readin...
Twirling Book Princess
Twirling Book Princess rated it 6 years ago
I read this book in Dutch, but I will be writing my review in English!I do have to say I love how they translated the "monster's" name in Dutch. From Snortle in English to Grompel in Dutch. I love this name, and I think it fits just perfect with the "monster". The story was also just brilliant, how ...
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