Don't Hug Doug : (He Doesn't Like It)
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While discussion is essential to include in lessons, personal reflection is also critical. Thankfully, teaching personal space with Don’t Hug Doug has both aspects! There is a written response and activity sheet to help students learn ways to ensure every classmate feels included. There are even differentiated options to ensure every student knows this SEL skill. Books nominated for the 2023 Monarch Award, Illinois' K-3 Readers' Choice Award, voted on by students in grades K-3 in Illinois. Author Carrie Finison and illustrator Daniel Wiseman wrote a fun story about an essential aspect to understand!
Carrie Finison: Don’t Hug Doug (And Don’t Label Him, Either) Carrie Finison: Don’t Hug Doug (And Don’t Label Him, Either)
Purple is a magic color made when red and blue work together,” writes actor Bell and creative director Hart. Though those too young to know what the hues stand for on the U.S. political map may be a Continue reading » Since teachers have so much to prepare, there is a teacher guide to outline the entire unit. Specifically, this contains all of the lesson plans needed. Additionally, it includes an introduction to help prepare students and sets the purpose for the story. Likewise, it has essential vocabulary words!Don’t Hug Doug and the Read Aloud Activities are essential to understanding the Social Emotional Learning skill. Don’t Hug Doug In this frisky companion to When Your Lion Needs a Bath and When Your Elephant Has the Sniffles, it’s school picture day and a llama’s unkempt mane needs help. The animal’s young Continue reading »
Don’t Hug Doug (He Doesn’t Like It) - Publishers Weekly Don’t Hug Doug (He Doesn’t Like It) - Publishers Weekly
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This book provides a great way to show students how important it is to ask someone if they want a hug or not! Asking this question is essential when learning about making choices and developing relationships. Students will love learning how everybody gets to decide whether they want a hug or not. Read Aloud Activities Teachers have to handle so much. Thankfully, the Read Aloud Activities are all no prep! Teachers just need to print the resources.