Books K-2

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David Goes To School
 by David Shannon 

*Starting school, school rules/expectations, behavior
Back to school lesson idea

Why Do I Have To Eat Off the Floor by Chris Hornsey  

 *Starting school, school rules/expectations, behavior

How To Be A Good Dog- Gail Page
*Starting school, school rules/expectations, behavior

It's Not Fair- Amy Krouse Rosenthal
*character education, fairness, problem solving, point of view

If You Give A Dog A Donut - Laura Numeroff
 If You Give A Cat A Cupcake- Laura Numeroff
*choices, cause and effect, consequences

Raising A Hero- Laura Numeroff
*careers of animals, care taking, perseverance, helping others

Halle and Tiger with Their Bucketfilling Family
*bucketfilling, relationships, good character, kindness

The Dog Who Cried Woof!
*honesty, good character, cause and effect

The Dog Who Cried Wolf
*honesty, good character, cause and effect

Brave Irene- William Steig 
*caring, courage, problem solving, perseverance

Someone Loves You Mr. Hatch 
*caring, kindness, compassion, good character, teacher appreciation

Mutt the Dog- Stephen Michael King
*fitting in, finding a home, and caring for others

So Few Of Me- Peter Reynolds

*scheduling, organization, work habits, and doing your personal best

Daisy and JosephineMelissa Gilbert 
*shyness, friendship, loneliness, perseverance, relationships

Martha Doesn't Share

*sharing, behavior, respect, relationship, manners

Uni The Unicorn- Amy Krouse Rosenthal

*believing, imagination

I Wish You MoreAmy Krouse Rosenthal and Tom Lichtenheld 

*curiosity, wonder, friendship, courage, strength, wishes, goal setting

Owen and Mzee

*friendship, tolerance, non fiction

* patience, taking turns, social skills, ADHD
 family changes, flexibility, sharing, sibling rivalry

Ready Rabbit Gets Ready
*attendance, responsiblity
Lesson idea here 

A Perfectly Messed Up Story
*starting school, responsibility, expectations with supplies   

The Good For Nothing Button
*choice theory, connection between feelings, thoughts, and actions

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