“The Three Questions” by Jon Muth

 

The Three Questions Lesson Plan

The Three Questions Lesson Plan

Interest Level – K-3

Lexile measure: 410L

Guided Reading: M

Genre/Theme: Fables, Folk Tales

Topics: Compassion and Honesty, Manners and Conduct, Friends and Friendship

What an awesome book with beautiful illustrations and great message. “The Three Questions” by Jon Muth is recommended to K-2 by Scholastic but this picture book will be better understood by grades 2-5 and younger gifted students.

It’s a story about a boy who is searching answers to three questions.

When is the best time to do things?

Who is the most important one?

What is the right thing to do?

Through the reading, children can see how answers change

depending on who is asked. “The Three Questions” is an ideal read for both boys and girls.

For “The Three Questions” lesson plan (grades K-3) go to:

The Three Questions Lesson Plan

The Three Questions Lesson Plan

Great Books About Dinosaurs for children- 3 and up For boys and girls who love dinosaurs…Great Reads

For boys and girls who love dinosaurs…Great Reads

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This is a list of good reads for all boys and girls who love dinosaurs.

Dinosaur Days– Harold and the Purple Crayon

Dinosaurs Galore – by Paul and Henrietta Sticklands

Dinosaur Numbers and Dinosaur Colors– by Paul Stickland

Dinosaur Roar Flip Book: Dinosaur Opposites and Dinosaur Shapes – by Paul Stickland

How Do Dinosaurs Say Goodnight – by Yolen and Teaque

How Do Dinosaurs Eat Their Food – by Yolen and Teaque

How Do Dinosaurs Play With Their Friends – by Yolen and Teaque

How Do Dinosaurs Clean Their Rooms – by Yolen and Teaque

How Do Dinosaurs Get Well Soon- by Yolen and Teaque

Danny and the Dinosaur– Syd Hoff

The Night Before the Night Before Christmas- by Natasha Wing and Mike Lester

“The Night Before the Night Before Christmas” by Natasha Wing and Mike Lester.

Here is a humorous Christmas story about the family that survives the Christmas tree disaster (we all had those moments), the mall, flu, but it all ends well. Great rhyming too. You will love this one.