16 November 2014

Leo Lionni Goodies and a FREEBIE

It's been a BUSY, BUSY school year and I apologize for completely neglecting my blog.  I just finished putting together all my Leo Lionni goodies and I just had to share.  I've been meaning to put these together for years, and I finally squeezed in the time to get it done.  My students just finished these activities and really enjoyed learning all about Leo Lionni.

Here's a peek at the finished product:
http://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Leo-Lionni-B-M-E-Story-Maps-1559265


 I always make anchor charts for each of the stories we read.   Here are a few:

 




Once my students are familiar with Leo Lionni and his stories, then they are ready to tackle writing their own Leo Lionni story.  I use the FREEBIE below for them to plan their story.

https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B3Cmz2vCWLe6Z2ZCUldLMW1veUU/view?usp=sharing
I always write a story along with my class as a shared writing piece.  This is the planning page we completed together:

 
I'd love to give a copy of my Leo Lionni unit to the first 3 readers that leave a comment below.  Please don't forget to leave your e-mail.

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9 comments:

  1. I love this unit! Thanks for sharing- I want to read more of his books in my classroom!
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    Allie

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  2. I love all things Leo Leonni! YOu have great anchor charts! teresaarana87@gmail.com

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  3. Great Stuff!! Need it for My unit :) thanks dodgersprincess79@yahoo.com

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  4. I just saw this and want to leave a message anyway. This looks amazing!! I teach Leo Lionni every year for the past 20 years. I'm excited to add this to my wish list. Thanks for making such a cool unit twinnews@msn.com

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  5. This is great. I just came across this because I am teaching a social emotional training to teachers in my area and this is a wonderful resource. Thanks for sharing.

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  6. It looks like a timeless unit! I'm a new kindergarten teacher and I'm in love with this author and his wonderful stories. Your anchor charts are beautiful! minna.jenkins@fayette.kyschools.us

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  7. This is a beautiful unit. I love Leo Lioni, such mastery of the smaller beauties of life

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  8. Wonderful work! Thanks for sharing! :)

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