Rates and reviews on some of my favorite children books. As well as, how I would use them in my classroom. :)
"No, David!" Is a book I always enjoyed growing up and a great way to incorporate cause and effect in a classroom. I think that there are many questions that you can ask your students and a great way to get them involved with their critical thinking in the classroom. I would make an anchor chart of the bad decisions that David makes, and have the students come up with a solution or better decision that David could have made. I would recommend it in the younger grades, ideally, and I think that 1st grade would be a great grade to read and do a lesson on.