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text 2018-04-19 06:10
About the Decorative Handicraft Plates and Vases

India is a highly populated country and many international companies competing to sell their products to make their sales growth high. India is also a leader in various fields and has the abundance of specialized items so they can afford it to export such items. India is indeed one of the major exporters of the gift items and handicrafts and it also owns the rich heritage in art and craft culture in ancient times. The handicraft sector of India is recognized mostly for the popular craft items like pottery, sculpting, textiles, knitted goods, jewelry, wood work and fancy key holders for wall, scarves, zari items earthenware, embroidered goods etc. Indian handicraft goods have the great demand in the overseas because they are a perfect mix of the traditional designs with modern techniques and also craft the home decorative items like colorful decorative vases, wall hangings and many more.


The handicraft items are the best gift items where you can gift your friends for marriage, birthday, house warming function and many more special occasion because these handicraft items are crafted on many different ideas and for function so it will obviously suit for all the occasions. There are many handicraft shops are available where they are found popular in selling some specific handicraft items like the gift items, wall hanging mount, table and home décor items. Now the plates with the bride and groom name is found to be a popular gift item for gifting to the wedding couple, just by ordering metal name plates online you can buy the product. You can find all types of the handicraft gift items in the handicraft shops where the gods will be excellent in look, hand works and will be simply gives a beautiful look and atmosphere to the place.



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review 2018-03-01 04:04
By Oliver Jeffers - Stuck - Oliver Jeffers

I LOVE OLIVER JEFFERS. His texts are jubilant and silly. The images are beautifully illustrated, and will have the reader flipping through in no time! Stuck tells us the story of Floyd. Poor Floyd got his kite stuck in a tree, and he can't get it down. He begins to throw all kinds of things at the tree in hopes of knocking it down. This book would be perfect for identifying problems and solutions. Because Jeffers has quite an extensive list of books under his belt, teachers could use him for an author study. Accompany with a read a loud by the author himself!





Guided Reading - L

Lexile - AD530L

AR - 3.4

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review 2018-02-21 23:52
They All Saw A Cat
They All Saw a Cat - Brendan Wenzel

This text is definitely a short read, but I think teachers can incorporate it into any classroom! The text is accompanied by gorgeous illustrations that fill the entire page. These illustrations were created with various tools, so the reader is constantly engaged. I think it would be fun to collaborate with the art teacher while studying this text. The students could definitely write about the different perspectives seen throughout the book. This text could also overlap into science! Students could study animal eyesight, and use the text to write about what animals might see.


 Lexile - AD310L

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review 2018-01-29 01:56
The Day the Crayons Quit
The Day the Crayons Quit - Drew Daywalt,Oliver Jeffers

Who doesn't love this fun story? This silly tale depicts the struggles faced by a box a crayons that belong to Duncan. I love to read this aloud to young readers. There are many opportunities to add ridiculous voices and accents that little minds love. This book could be used in math to graph which colors students like to color with the most. I would also consider using this text for Science. It would be interesting to study how long it takes for crayons to wear down, or what happens when different amounts of pressure is applied. I would even suggest using this book to accompany a class art project! I would allow students to glue crayons to a canvas and use a blowdryer to melt them. Imagine how proud they would be if you displayed this work in the classroom!





AR - 3.8

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text 2017-03-31 00:50
No, David!
No, David! - David Shannon

This book is great for students in 1st or 2nd grade and to use as a demonstration of the power of pictures in books. On each page, there was barely any words, but the pictures spoke for the whole book. The journey David undergoes of getting into mischief like an everyday child would be very relatable to the children in the classroom. The Lexile level was BR. For a first reader's book, this would be perfect since there was only a few words per page. An activity I think would be fun with this book would be to have students illustrate their own picture of something David did they get in trouble for too at home to make the book relatable. Overall, great book to really show the power of illustrations!

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