Juvenile Fiction. Juvenile Literature. Poetry. HTML:Arguably the most entertaining alphabet book ever written, this classic Beginner Book by Dr. Seuss is perfect for children learning their ABCs. Featuring a fantastic cast of zany charactersâ??from Aunt Annieâ??s alligator to the Zizzer-Zazzer-Zuzz, with a lazy lion licking a lollipop and an ostrich oiling an orange owlâ??Dr. Seussâ??s ABC is a must-have for every young childâ??s library. Originally created by Dr. Seuss, Beginner Books encourage children to read all by themselves, with simple words and illustrations that give clues to
Geiselâs imagination is on full display here, and what a wonderfully wacky way to learn the alphabet, especially compared with the more traditional books which preceded him. Câmon. âO is very useful. You use it when you say: âOscarâs only ostrich oiled an orange owl today.ââ How can you not love this book?
Personal Reaction: I would use this book to teach children in Pre-K or Kindergarden their ABC's. Dr. Seuss books are always fun to read, are full of
1) Have students color the letter of the week. For example: Letter M
2) Have students draw pictures of things or animals that have the letter M at the beginning. Examples: Monkey, Moon, Moose, Mice
In a class, I would assign a letter to each one my students and have them create their own verse. We would then perform their version in front of other classes. The students could act out their version or the original version. Each student would have a part in the production. Older children could include makeshift sets, costumes, and props.
This is a pretty cute little book and
You could use this book to talk about poems and use it as an example for kids to write their own poems. It also is good to get kids thinking outside the box. A does NOT have to stand for apple.
Just like any Dr. Seuss Book we read it hads rythem and ryhmn in it. Children will love to use this book in order to get to know the Alphabet. It really does not have a certain plot, or charecter or a setting.
In extention ideas I might
You know the format of abecedarians. Each letter is illustrated with a rhyme - it might be a sentence describing the scene (Silly Sammy Slick sipped six sodas and got sick sick sick) or a list of various
Very typically Seussian, really great read-aloud - neither too long nor too short.
Please note that I do not recommend the board book. They arbitrarily edited some of the rhymes (never for the better), and anyway, it's poorly constructed and likely to fall apart. Just get the real book. You'll thank me later.
This book I believe is great for the beginning reader. My children loved it when they were in pre-school and even before.
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