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DON'T LET THE PIGEON DRIVE THE BUS
This book is about a bus driver who has to leave so he asks the reader to watch the Pigeon.
an "anchor chart" idea
....Choice Literacy (from the "Off the Walls" Choice Literacy February Facebook Series)
Katie DiCesare works with her first and second graders to
from a beloved read aloud to
help build children's language and use of dialogue in their writing.
Don't Let the PIgeon Drive the Bus
DON'T LET THE PIGEON BE THE PRINCIPAL
... an original story by 1st grade students -- on YouTube
Hurrying away to brush his teeth, the pajama-clad bus driver implores readers not to let his feathered friend stay up late.
The Bus Driver tries to get Pigeon to make a happy face. Pigeon, of course, has other ideas. Words such as happy, sad, and angry stand out in bold colors.
The pigeon is back and this time has discovered a precious hot dog. Just as Pigeon's about to chow down, an innocent-eyed duckling makes his way onto the scene. His sly, artless questions soon irritate Pigeon to a point where something must be done...but who will be the first bird to crack? (summary from "
Pass the Chiclets--a Kidlit Review Blog
The PIgeon Finds a Hot Dog!
help on how to format text
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