6 edition of My very own room found in the catalog.
A young girl shows all of the things she loves about her bedroom to Miss Honey B., such as her favorite books and the special chair where her mother and father sit.
On board pages.
|LC Classifications||PZ8.3.S7352 Mxf 2000|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 v. (unpaged) :|
|LC Control Number||2001525702|
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My Very Own Room/Mi propio cuartito Paperback – Ma by Amada Irma Perez (Author), Maya Christina Gonzalez (Author) › Visit Amazon's Maya Christina Gonzalez Page. Find all the books, read about the author, and more.
See search results for /5(28). My Very Own Room / Mi propio cuartito by Amada Irma Pérez and Maya Christina Gonzalez. In a tiny, two-bedroom home, an eight-year-old Mexican American girl shares a room read more. In a tiny, two-bedroom home, an eight-year-old Mexican American girl shares a room with her five younger brothers and longs for a space of her own.
My Very Own Room Amada Irma P'Erez, Author, Maya Christina Gonzalez, Illustrator Children's Book Press (CA) $ (30p) ISBN. TEACHER'S GUIDE FOR: My Very Own Room / Mi propio cuartito. By Amada Irma Pérez Illustrations by Maya Christina Gonzalez.
Teacher’s Guide Features: Summary and background information; Prereading focus questions; Vocabulary; Discussion questions; Comprehension questions and writing prompts; Ideas for reader’s response and writing activities. This delightful memoir of a California childhood, by Amada Irma Pérez, sparkles with exuberance and wit.
Renowned painter Maya Christina Gonzalez brings the captivating scenes to life with bold colors and whimsical details. My Very Own Room gently teaches a valuable lesson about the strength of family and the importance of dreams/5(3).
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crate- b. separate- c. storage- d. exact- e. determination- f. ruined- g. luckiest- 2. Where does the girl like to sit at the beginning of the story. Why do you think she likes to sit there. What does the girl want. List the things she puts in her new room. Find helpful customer reviews and review ratings for My Very Own Room/Mi propio cuartito at Read honest and unbiased product reviews from our users/5.
My very own room. [Amada Irma Pérez; Maya Christina Gonzalez] -- With the help of her family, a resourceful Mexican American girl realizes her dream of having a space of her own to read and to think.
# Dual language book\/span> \u00A0\u00A0\u00A0 schema. "My Very Own Room" by Amada Irma Perez is a great read-aloud book. In this activity, students from grades 3 to 5 practice their listening skills and apply their understanding of the story to Common Core comprehension questions.
Included is multiple-choice, short answer and some extended response items. I have also included and answer key for you.4/5(19).
Maya Christina Gonzalez. SAN MARCOS, TEXAS — “I loved my brothers. It wasn’t that I didn’t want to be near them. I just needed a place of my own.” In Amada Irma Perez’s book My Very Own Room: Mi propio cuartito, a young girl realizes her dream of getting her own room (a converted closet) through determination and the help of her family, a dream taken for granted.
My Very Own Room gently teaches a valuable lesson about the strength of family and the importance of dreams. Check out the lesson plan for My Very Own Room by New York City educator Mary Tomac as part of “Choosing and Using Culturally Responsive Texts,” created by the Teachers College Inclusive Classrooms Project (TCICP).
Sometimes you need to take a step back and read a good heartwarming story about family. A Room of My Own by Ann Tatlock is just such a book that will take you back to just such a world.
The author has done an excellent job of developing /5. Maya Christina Gonzalez fills the pages of My Very Own Room with joyous vibrancy and empathy that emphasizes the family’s connection. Soft edges and swirling patterns create a comforting environment, while elements, such as the long piece of yellow yarn, underscore the familial ties.
Based on her experience as a young Mexican-American girl in California, Amada Perez' My Very Own Room recounts a visit by a swarm of relatives to her family's small home, already fully occupied by five brothers, two parents, and herself/5(3).
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My Very Own Library allows children who may have never owned their own book to choose the books they want to read from their school book fairs for free. Beginning in December, kids will choose three books from their book fair, and they will again select books at fairs in February, and finally, in June, when they will walk away with four books.
Unit My Very Own Room Spelling List (long i words) Homework Directions: Have your child write each word 3 times until they have mastered all of the words. mild right 2.
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Goodnight Moon by Margaret Wise Brown is a beloved children's bedtime story. Young children instantly relate to the struggle of the little bunny trying to get to sleep.This is a very relatable character for any children who have had to share a room with their sibling.
In the beginning of the book she says, I was getting too big for this I was tired of sharing a room with my five little brothers. More than anything in the whole world I wanted a room of my own.”/5(37).This delightful memoir of a California childhood, by Amada Irma Pérez, sparkles with exuberance and ed painter Maya Christina Gonzalez brings the captivating scenes to life with bold colors and whimsical details.
My Very Own Room gently teaches a valuable lesson about the strength of family and the importance of dreams.