The twelve pockets in Caldecott Winners, Grades 4-6+, extend the literature connection through creative writing and exciting art projects.
The first pocket introduces students to Randolph Caldecott and the history the Caldecott Medal. Each of the succeeding 11 pockets features a medal-winning illustrator. Students read a biography of the illustrator and complete writing and art projects to enhance their appreciation of the book.
Illustrators and works included are:
- Chris Van Allsburg—Jumanji
- Allen Say—Grandfather’s Journey
- Arnold Lobel—Fables
- Ed Young—Lon Po Po: A Red Riding Hood Story from China
- Emily Arnold McCully—Mirette on the High Wire
- Paul Goble—The Girl Who Loved Wild Horses
- Trina Schart Hyman—Saint George and the Dragon
- David Macaulay—Black and White
- Mary Azarian—Snowflake Bentley
- David Diaz—Smoky Night
- Gail E. Haley—A Story, A Story