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Joseph Had a Little Overcoat Lesson PlanLesson Planet
Pre-K - 1st
Young scholars discuss various features of a book, aspects of the story, and then engage in a retelling of the story. In this early childhood lesson plan, students identify the author, illustrator, and title of a book, Joseph Had a...
What Makes an Illustrated Children's Book a Caldecott Winner?Lesson Planet
3rd - 4th
Students research the Caldecott Medal and its criteria for awarding a single book annually with this prestigious award. In this Caldecott Winner lesson plan, students compare and contrast various art forms from different book winners...
Activity Guide: Joseph Had a Little OvercoatLesson Planet
K - 2nd CCSS: Adaptable
Enhance a reading of the Caldecott Medal-winning children's book Joseph had a Little Overcoat by Simms Taback with this collection of learning activities. Starting with general background information about the book and author, this...
Joseph Had a Little OvercoatLesson Planet
Pre-K - 2nd CCSS: Adaptable
Spruce up a class reading of the children's book Joseph Had a Little Overcoat by Simms Taback with this fun series of activities. Starting with a list of reading comprehension questions and key vocabulary to address during a teacher read...
Authors and Illustrators: What do they do?Lesson Planet
K - 1st
Help readers understand the roles of authors and illustrators and why they have been recognized by medals of excellence. Your class will discuss and then create illustrations for a book. When they have finished, you can hold your own...
Officer Buckle and Gloria; How to Stay SafeLesson Planet
K - 2nd
Students listen to the teacher read a book about a police officer and his trained dog and make connections to their own personal safety habits. In this safety lesson, students create a classroom bulletin board of safety tips, and then...
THE TRAVELS OF BABAR: An Adventure in Scale : Integrating Visual Art and Social StudiesLesson Planet
1st - 5th
Pupils comprehend how the use of color impacts a work of art. They research how a theme can be rendered in a variety of ways (words, music, visuals). Students analyze how an artist's choices affect the aesthetic quality of artwork.