The Most Magnificent Thing by Ashely Spires
A girl and her best friend in the whole wide world do all kinds of things together. “They race. They eat. They explore. They relax. She makes things. He unmakes things.” A girl, and her canine assistant glue, adjust, examine, stare, tweak, fasten, fix, straighten and study to create the most magnificent thing. “They are shocked to discover that the thing isn’t magnificent. Or good. It isn’t even kind-of-sort-of-okay. It is all WRONG. The girl tosses it aside and gives it another go.”
Teaching Resources: The Most Magnificent Thing
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- Ashely Spires Official Website
- Kids Can Press: The Most Magnificent Thing Teaching Guide
- The NED Show: Lesson Plans for a Growth Mindset: The Most Magnificent Thing
- Reading is Fundamental: Support Materials
- Reading is Fundamental: Guide for Educators
- Scholastic: Design Thinking: A Lesson That Connects Classmates
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Books by Ashely Spires
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