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Enjoy our "Favourite Song Mitts", suitable for both adults and children. The words for these classic counting songs can be found on the backing card.
On his farm he has 7 adorable animals! Also includes a barn, garden and Old MacDonald himself. 10 pieces, and 6 page lesson guide with rhymes and activities. English, Spanish & French.
Sing along to Old MacDonald! Children will delight in this die-cut board book that pairs charming artwork with the traditional song about all of the animals on Old MacDonald's farm.
Bouncy illustrations, innovative die cutting and popular rhymes make Books with Holes a must for every child. Available in three formats, suitable for babies, toddlers, pre-schoolers and the nursery or classroom.
This captivating history for grade 5 readers is a presentation of Magellan's expedition around the world. Learn what daily life was like and how he survived the dangerous journey. Readers get a high-interest presentation of thrills and chills alongside comprehensive, concrete history.
This captivating history for grade 5 readers is a presentation of Marco Polo's expedition into the Asian unknown. Learn what daily life was like and how he survived as a stranger in a strange land. Readers get a high-interest presentation of thrills and chills alongside comprehensive, concrete history.
Take a birds-eye tour of the ancient Incan empire. Then zoom in for a closer look of how ancient Incans lived. Part graphic history and part travel guide, this book offers a unique perspective on what life was really like in an ancient Incan town.
History and geography lessons abound in this series about warriors and warrior cultures from the middle ages.With a high interest presentation with labeled drawings complemented with primary sources and photos of museum treasures, this series is a formidable survey of world history and the competition for resources, from the gold of Spain in the 1st century to the political rivalries of the modern world.
The world's myths are filled with characters, creatures, and stories that have fascinated people for thousands of years. This series mixes dramatic retellings and non-fiction information to give a full picture of a culture's myths. This book explores the gods, goddesses, heroes, villains, tricksters, and quests that make Egyptian myths and legends so compelling. Fully translated Spanish text.
This title takes the reader back in time as they envision themselves applying for the job of a Medieval Knight. The book describes what life was like for a person in this occupation while also describing the society and culture of the civilivation. This book is an informative and fun guide to the diverse skills you will need to live another life in another time. An interview at the end of the book will uncover if you have what it takes to win the job! Common Core Strategy: CCSS: Job interview strategy: Reader assessment, qualifications, time travel and point of view.
This title takes the reader back in time as they envision themselves applying for the job of a Roman Soldier. The book describes what life was like for a person in this occupation while also describing the society and culture of the civilivation. This book is an informative and fun guide to the diverse skills you will need to live another life in another time. An interview at the end of the book will uncover if you have what it takes to win the job! Common Core Strategy: CCSS: Job interview strategy: Reader assessment, qualifications, time travel and point of view.
I went walking. What did you see? I saw a black cat Looking at me. These catchy stanzas frolic through the Australian author Sue Williams’s simple, funny read-aloud picture book that tracks a crazy-haired boy’s stroll through the countryside. The boy sees a black cat, then a brown horse, then a red cow, and so on, and before he knows it, he’s being trailed by the entire menagerie! The Australian illustrator Julie Vivas brings the parade to life in lovely, lively watercolors—when the pink pig looks at the boy, for example, the boy sprays off his muddy body with a hose. Big type, repetition, friendly art, clean design—and the visual guessing game created by introducing each animal only partially at first—make this beloved tale a winner at story time. From Publishers Weekly Out for a stroll, a girl sees a variety of creatures--rendered in Vivas's distinctive, whimsical style--"looking at me." Ages 3-7. Copyright 1992 Reed Business Information, Inc. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title. From School Library Journal A worthy successor to Bill Martin's Brown Bear, Brown Bear , What Do You See? (Holt, 1983). With its patterned response to the title, "What did you see?," and the accompanying lead-in picture showing part of a farmyard animal, this book immediately draws children into the story. The lively, unspoken storyline of a shock-headed toddler playing silly games with the animals he meets and gradually shedding his shoes, socks, and jacket fills out the spare text for beginning readers. The accumulating line of animals marching in wild sweeping patterns across the page gives viewers a bouncy, flowing experience from page to page. With only six animals, the story is brief; the watercolors, while predominantly realistic in tone and anatomical detail, have an exaggerated roundness and glow that give a fanciful turn to the naming story. The animals and toddler become progressively more animated, until story's end, which features a two-page, wordless spread reminiscent of Max's "wild rumpus" in Sendak's Where the Wild Things Are . The focus on the pages is clearly on the short text and the characters, making for a simple yet active experience for beginning readers and very young listeners. --Ruth K. MacDonald, Purdue University Calumet, Hammond, IN Copyright 1990 Reed Business Information, Inc. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title. Review “What a charmer. . . . An excellent story hour choice.”--Booklist
Benny’s little brother is really good at a lot of things — making potions and paper airplanes, building forts, putting on puppet shows, even petting the neighbor’s cat (he has a special way of scratching her just behind the ears). But whenever he tries to join in Benny’s activities, all Benny ever says is “No.” Maybe his little brother can watch him do cool stuff, if he’s lucky. What is a little fox to do, except give Benny a taste of his own medicine?