Thanks Nicole!  This teacher has created a long list of cartoon Pixar (and other) shorts to be used to teach reading strategies. She also has graphic organizers to go with them.

Thanks Nicole! This teacher has created a long list of cartoon Pixar (and other) shorts to be used to teach reading strategies. She also has graphic organizers to go with them.

Pixar's "Day and Night" short film. I used this today for a first grade science lesson on day sky vs. night sky and it was a PERFECT set. It highlights some of the good things about each to get the wheels turning in their head, and the kids really enjoyed it! I followed it up by a Venn diagram of day and night that we completed as a class.

Pixar's "Day and Night" short film. I used this today for a first grade science lesson on day sky vs. night sky and it was a PERFECT set. It highlights some of the good things about each to get the wheels turning in their head, and the kids really enjoyed it! I followed it up by a Venn diagram of day and night that we completed as a class.

Pixar Shorts.  My favorites are Lifted, For The Birds, Jack-Jack Attack, One Man Band, and Tin Toy.

Pixar Shorts. My favorites are Lifted, For The Birds, Jack-Jack Attack, One Man Band, and Tin Toy.

▶ One Man Band Pixar Studios - YouTube This short film tells a story through pictures only. Music is played throughout. It would be great to use to teach inference. Students could add dialogue.

▶ One Man Band Pixar Studios - YouTube This short film tells a story through pictures only. Music is played throughout. It would be great to use to teach inference. Students could add dialogue.

In this blog post by Bespoke ELA, you will find 5 Pixar short films to use for teaching skills in secondary English Language Arts in grades 6-12.  Students will use the short films as a means of discussing theme, irony, suspense, subtext, point of view, a

5 Pixar Short Films to Use in Secondary ELA

In this blog post by Bespoke ELA, you will find 5 Pixar short films to use for teaching skills in secondary English Language Arts in grades 6-12. Students will use the short films as a means of discussing theme, irony, suspense, subtext, point of view, a

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