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Book Board Trying to prep for all those reading groups? Join us as we exchange teaching ideas, discussion questions, and related activities for the books we use! Post a book title you need ideas for! source

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Where the Wild Things Are - Study characters, conflict, and setting with this famous story source

Where the Wild Things Are - Take this book to a whole new level with these lessons. Students will learn basic story elements, practice visualizing, and get a chance to do some descriptive writing source

Whingdingdilly, The - Write friendly letters and compare and contrast farm animals to jungle animals source

Why Mosquitoes Buzz in Peoples Ears (Teacher View) - Lessons concentrate on onomatopoeia, cause and effect, and even writing their own story to explain why something happens source

Winter Day, A (TeacherView) - Students can make their own book and act out the story. There is also an idea for an independent center source

Wolfs Chicken Stew, The - by Keiko Kasza. A short review of the book along with several classroom activities for celebrating the 100th day of school source

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