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    Can You See What I See? Night Before Christmas

    Can You See What I See? Night Before Christmas

    Scenes from Clement Moore's 'Twas the Night Before Christmas inspire twelve elegant and fascinating compositions where readers search for dozens of intriguing hidden objects. The first photograph, "The Night Before Christmas," features a gingerbread house, Christmas cookies, candles, bulbs, and more. "Visions of Sugarplums" is an abstract composition of Christmas confections; and "Such a Clatter!" is a dynamic explosion of objects. In "It Must Be Saint Nick," Santa is shown in shadow; and in "A Bundle of Toys," the presents in Santa's sack are revealed as a magnificent jumble. The final photograph, "Happy Christmas to All" is a beautiful, pastoral landscape, lustrous under new-fallen snow.

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    What Can I See?: Mini-Book for Guided Reading (Level A)

    What Can I See?: Mini-Book for Guided Reading (Level A)

    The perfect mini-book for children at the emergent stage of reading (Level A)! Children make and read this 8-page story about things in their world. Also includes a reproducible with a drawing activity and fill-in sentence related to the mini-book!

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What Teachers Can't Do

Author: Douglas Wood

Illustrator: Doug Cushman

Interest Level:
K-2

Lexile Framework:
290L

Grade Level Equivalent:
2.2

Guided Reading Level:
H

Age:
4-6

Genre:
Animal Stories

Subject:
Jobs, Careers, Work

About This Book

There are lots of things that regular people can do, but teachers can't. Teachers can't ride a bike or scooter to school. And they can never be tardy. Teachers can't buy their own apples. And they can't teach their best without flowers on their desk. But first they really need some help cleaning the blackboard. "And" the erasers!

It's a wonder they come back to school at all!


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