por Maggie Murphy
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One of a KindJ. Patrick Lewis
In J. Patrick Lewis' poem "One of a Kind," a speaker describes a turtle who believes it has seen everything.Pair “One of a Kind” with “The Draw-Anything Drawing” and have students compare and contrast the turtle and Marigold. How do these two characters view the world? Have students write a narrative from Marigold’s point of view explaining her experience in Ms. Claw’s saucer to the turtle.
Origami — An Ancient ArtKathiann M. Kowalski
In the informational text "Origami — An Ancient Art," Kathiann M. Kowalski describes the history of Japanese paper folding.Pair “Origami — An Ancient Art” with “The Draw-Anything Drawing” and have students discuss how art can take many forms. What is their favorite kind of art? As an art connection, have students use their imagination to create an original piece of art.
Grandpa's Magic HatMarilyn Helmer
In "Grandpa's Magic Hat," two brothers decide whether or not they believe in magic when something mysterious happens in their town.Pair “The Draw-Anything Drawing” with “Grandpa’s Magic Hat” and have students discuss how the events in each story influence what the characters do. Have students compare Luke to the narrator in “The Draw-Anything Drawing.” How are they similar and how are they different?
The Artist's ChallengePamela Love
In "The Artist's Challenge," an artist learns an important lesson on jealousy during a painting competition.Pair “The Draw-Anything Drawing” with “The Artist’s Challenge” and ask students to compare and contrast Marigold’s approach to drawing to Zeuxis’. What lesson could Zeuxis learn from Marigold?
A Very Special Gift for GrandmaStephanie Yu Lim
In "A Very Special Gift for Grandma," a little girl creates a special gift for her Grandma.Pair “The Draw Anything Drawing” with “A Very Special Gift for Grandma” and ask students to identify how Marigold from “The Draw Anything-Drawing” and Lucy decide what to create. Have students compare and contrast both Marigold and Lucy’s thoughts and feelings throughout the story and how their feelings help them decide what to create.
The Child with Your NameDebbie Urbanski
In "The Child with Your Name," a young child goes on an imaginary adventure.Pair “The Draw-Anything Drawing” with “The Child with Your Name” and ask students to discuss how the characters use their imagination. How does Marigold in “The Draw-Anything Drawing? use her imagination? How does the child in “The Child With Your Name” use their imagination? How are the stories the same and different?
The RetakeChris Low
In "The Retake," a boy struggles to pass a test.Pair “The Draw-Anything Drawing” with “The Retake” and ask students to discuss how thinking differently can help them succeed. How does Marigold from “The Draw-Anything Drawing” overcome her challenge? How is it similar or different to how Andy overcomes his challenge in “The Retake”? In what ways do both characters think differently?
Amy's OrigamiMimi Chapra
In "Amy's Origami," a young girl creates her own origami designs.Pair “The Draw-Anything Drawing” with “Amy’s Origami” and have students think about how imagination is important in both of the stories. How does Marigold use her imagination to create art in “The Draw-Anything Drawing”? How does Amy use her imagination to make her origami in “Amy’s Origami”? How does using their imagination benefit both characters?
Happiness on a Piece of PaperValerie Hunter
In the text "Happiness on a Piece of Paper," a boy wants to follow his own path as an artist.Pair “The Draw-Anything Drawing” with “Happiness on a Piece of Paper” and have students discuss the role of drawing in each story. How does Marigold use drawing to express her emotions in “The Draw Anything Drawing”? How does Garrison use drawing to express his emotions in “Happiness on a Piece of Paper”? How does creating art give us an important way to express ourselves?