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Tell the students that in this book the author and illustrator is the same person. Write the author’s name on the board. Step 3: Read the story and share the pictures. Step 4: Record on the board all the things the girl in the book is thankful for. Step 5: Pass out copies of the stapled books. Tell students they are going to practice being an author and an illustrator. Step 6: Model on the board the writing of the students’ names on the front cover of their book. Step 7: Tell students to fill in the blanks with the things they are thankful for and to draw a picture on each page.
Step 2: Introduce the title and author of the book. Tell the students that in this book the author and illustrator is the same person. Write the author’s name on the board. Step 3: Read the story and share the pictures. Step 4: Record on the board all the things the girl in the book is thankful for. Step 5: Pass out copies of the stapled books. Tell students they are going to practice being an author and an illustrator. Step 6: Model on the board the writing of the students’ names on the front cover of their book.
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