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No, David by David Shannon

Read by Ms. Stacey

Now it's your turn!

Pick your favorite storybook and change the story elements... what are story elements?

  • Characters

  • Setting

  • Problem

  • Solution

Do this independently, with a big brother or sister or even as a whole family. You can even be your own illustrator!

Once done take pictures and email it to me so I can share online with the class!


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There's a Nightmare in My Closet

By Mercer Mayer

Draw me a picture of your "nightmare."

Character Details:

Is it big or small?

Bright in color?

Scary or friendly?

Please name your nightmare/monster and send me a picture.


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If you give a moose a muffin

By laura numberoff

Illustrated by Felicia bond

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How Full is your bucket?

Written by Tom Rath and Mary Reckmeyer

Illustrated by Maurie J. Manning

Go to the Weekly Art Project on my home page

Draw your very own Moose and name it!

What will you give your moose? What will happen? What will happen next?

*Ask a parent or sibling to help you come up with your very own Moose story. Take a picture and send it in!


If you give a Moose a baby it will want to play with it. When he plays with it, the baby will cry. When the baby cries, the mommy will wake up. When mommy wakes up, she will not be happy. When mommy is not happy she will ask the moose to play with the baby so she can take a nap. 


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Don't Let the Pigeon Stay Up Late!

by Mo Willems

Read by Ms. Stacey


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The Very Hungry Caterpillar

by Eric Carle

Read by Ms. Stacey

What is your favorite day of the week?

What is your favorite fruit?

What is your favorite treat?

Make a video, write a letter and tell me about your favorites. Don't forget to tell me why!

Now that we have read the book make a list of things that fill your bucket.

1. When my sister plays with me

2. When I get dessert




Make a list of things that empty your bucket.

1.When I can't go to school

2. Missing my friends





Now, my favorite, make a list of ways you can fill someone else's bucket.

1. Give them a hug

2. Pick up after myself




Take a picture of your lists and send it in!


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The Tale of Pip & Squeak

by Kate Duke

Read by Ms. Stacey

Just like Pip & Squeak, find someone in your family to do a fun project with. 

Tell me about it. Make a video, write a letter and tell me what you did, who did you do it with and how you felt about it. You can, make a create a puppet show, play a game, color a picture together or maybe do something together to help your mom out. Be creative.

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