Her teacher takes away her purse and she is devastated without it. The illustrations throughout depict deeper emotional content and humor than in the text alone. The main character, Lilly, is the mopst adorable mouse you will. Slinger right to tell Lilly she needed to wait? Lilly, the star of Chester's Way and Julius, the Baby of the World, is back. But when she talks out of turn and distracts the class, Mr.
. Don't forget to leave a little comment if you have time. Slinger have legitimate authority and not the student? Lilly the white mouse loves everything about school, especially her teacher, Mr. This is one of my favourite units to teach! She plays school at home, pretending to be him. But one day, when she brings a purple plastic purse to school and just cannot wait until show-and-tell to show it off to everyone even after her teacher asks her to please be patient and not disrupt the class , her teacher has to keep it for the rest of class. Most of all, she loves her teacher, Mr.
Here is one that I received. Slinger took her purse away? The illustrations do an exceptional job of amplifying the text: Lilly dances with excitement, flashes with anger, wanes in remorse, and leaps right off the page with joy. Baby carriers that are worn by the parent such as Baby Bjorn are acceptable. This girl has character I tell you!! It includes 2 pages of sequenced events so that you can differentiate for your students. If one were to be knocked on the head and therefore forget an incident, our intuition is that this is not forgiveness, so forgetting cannot be equated with forgiveness.
Positive messages Lilly misbehaves during class and retaliates when she is disciplined, but she redeems herself. The body is the middle part of the letter and the middle part of the mouse. How can Lily make amends? Would there ever be a situation in which the student had authority? I just found your blog by searching for activities to go with Lilly's Purple Plastic Purse to add to my own blog post that I'm doing. Slinger himself as he is clearly a good natured teacher who was only doing his job and I also loved the way that he was still kind towards Lilly after the plastic purple purse incident and this is a really good example of how teachers should treat students who are often upset at getting into trouble for the first time. She's dying to show her new things to her friends.
Slinger who is so cool. With a few deft strokes, Henkes changes Lilly's facial expressions and body language to reveal a full range of emotions. This unit combines inferring and letter writing. Really, it's as if two mes are reading. Slinger, but later realizes she has acted rashly when Mr. Have students raise their hand when they hear it in the story.
Slinger find the drawing and will Lilly live with what she has done? Slinger and the two rekindle their relationship. She aspires to be just like him one day. She loves everything about it, especially her wonderful teacher, Mr. Have the kids sequence the story and store the pieces inside the purse. It's just so adorable and has one of the best emotional arcs I've seen in a book that takes place largely at school.
And this time she has her name in the title — something she's wanted all along. This book has so much going for it - a feisty little protagonist, Lilly, a wise and compassionate teacher, Mr. I noticed one page in particular. You are such a creative, talented and giving teacher. But sometimes, I'll have a kid like this.
A sympathetic and wise treatment. Lilly loves her teacher--he is funny and stylish and kind. It discusses the exuberance of a young girl mouse who gets a new toy and wants so desperately to share it with her classmates, but ends up being a disruption to the class. Perfect for teaching text to self connections. Lilly loved going to school and she especially loved her teacher Mr. Slinger who was quite an extraordinary teacher. But, soon Lilly realizes that her teacher's kindness never left as he tried to teach her a lesson about respecting others.
Her teacher gives her several warnings before he finally confiscates Lilly's purse, glasses, and quarters. Do we then believe that there are some scenarios in which authority is simply accepted, such as the classroom? And this time she has her name in the title - something she's wanted all along. And this time she has her name in the title — something she's wanted all along. And thank you for sharing so generously!! It includes 2 pages of sequenced events so that you ca. Student worksheet is also provided so students can draw pictures for each word. Slinger's copy of Stuart Little. With help, Lilly puts her world to rights in a sensitively crafted, dazzlingly logical conclusion.
Her voice inflections are perfect, the voices of other characters in the book are perfect. The whole book, art and text, is lovingly layered to express the mixed emotions that all of us experience. Slinger, and parents who know what to do when their little girl comes home from school with a tale of woe. Slinger took her purse away? When Lilly wrongs her teacher, she moves from wanting to seek vengeance for the consequences she receives, to feeling a great sense of regret. Most children will agree that Mr. At least, she loves everything most of the time. Inside the purse should be a few selected items that reflect their uniqueness.