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What exciting thing has your dog done?

Students will draw a picture of their dog's size.  Depending on their dog's size, the students will either draw the dog's parents and/or siblings.




All boring

Small, Medium and Large By: Jane Monroe Donovan  

End of War

Students will design their dogs main characteristics (color, gender

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Chip in and Drawning their names

Uncle Bill Won

He take BJ to our family

I take care of him

First Edition

Students will decide on the human connection their dog will play in their life.  Then, the student will paint a picture of themselves with their dog without stating their dog's status.


I wrote every word

BJ & I were Famous

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Wrote the second number

I repeated the formula talking about the BJ's

I wrote BJ's Gingerbread House

1. Dogs By: Gail Gibbons 2. Service dogs By: Linda Tagliaferro 3. Police Dogs  By: Charles George

Uncle Bill/Army

Students will create a picture of a habitat for their dog.  Materials: -Crayons -Colored Pencils -Pencils -Markers -Various colors of construction paper

Mother and her puppies

Except Brow One

They Care Him

1. Shelter dogs : amazing stories of adopted strays By: Peg Kehret 2.  Jamaica's find  By: Juanita Havill            3. Marley, farm dog By: Susan Hill Long.