This post is sponsored by Blue Bunny. Opinions are my own.
Do have a favorite children’s author you cling to, collecting everything he/she writes?
I’m obsessed with Mo Willems.
My kids love his books too, especially the ones about Elephant and Piggie. The stories are simple in dialog and illustration, but have a way of sucking them in with the silly characters’ animated facial expressions. From a reading teacher perspective, these books are perfect for teaching the comprehension strategy of inferring feelings.
Should I Share My Ice Cream? is about the (sometimes difficult) decision to share with someone else. I love that the book shows Gerald the Elephant’s very relatable thought process as analyzes, rationalizes, and justifies different scenarios in his decision to share (or not to share!) his ice cream with his best friend, Piggie.
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Another thing that makes sharing easy is YOU. I’m continually humbled and grateful for the support you show me and my little store. And for that, I say thank you with a new clip art freebie!
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