Paige loves to make cookies, feed the kittens, and read with her Gramma. Paige loves Bun Bun.
One day, Paige decided to tie Bun Bun to a balloon so he could see the world. What do you think Paige could have done to better take care of Bun Bun Button?
Have you ever lost something that meant a lot to you? Have the children talk about why it is important to them and what makes it special.
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- Black Milk;
They can write about his journey on the balloon. Have them come up with a title for it as well.
“Bun Bun Button” by Patricia Polacco
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Of course, Jack outwits the giant with a silly, kid-pleasing solution, and all is well at his little mountain cabin once again. This would make a fun addition to a lesson about figurative language.
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Bun Bun Button by Patricia Polacco | Storybooks
February 2, at am. I love Patricia Polacco but my boys have never felt the love. Feel free to fix it if you need to.