Explain why the narrator says, “There’s no one else I’d rather be” by asking and answering questions about key details in a text.
Make connections to what they like about themselves and how that connects to a joyful and safe classroom community.
Book: I Like Myself! by Karen Beaumont
Why does the narrator say, “There’s no one else I’d rather be”?
The narrator is proud and confident of who she is and likes everything about herself. She loves her eyes, ears, nose, fingers, toes. She likes herself when she is wild or tame. She doesn’t care what others think of her. What is most important is what is inside of her!
What do you like about yourself?
I like _________.
What are some things the little girl likes about herself?
How can you tell from the pictures that the little girl likes herself?
Is the little girl worried about what others will think of her? How do you know?
The girl says, “Nothing can change what’s deep inside.” What does she mean?
feeling proud and good about yourself