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Pierr Morgan. How to write a great review. Refresh and try again. Open Preview See a Problem? Details if other :. Thanks for telling us about the problem. Return to Book Page. Pierr Morgan Illustrations. Learn the ABCs in a new way! What are ABCers? When these friends go to the park to play, they sing and giggle, jump and tiptoe all the way from A to Z. Children will love following them throughout their very active day, as well as coming up with all the ABC things that they can do themselves, too!
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Sort order. Shelves: good-read. Beautifully illustrated to learn your ABC's. Each letter stands for an activity or word. For example, E is for Eek! View 2 comments. Aug 19, Pamela Kramer rated it it was amazing. It begins with the letter A, ends with the letter Z, and is filled in between with simply illustrated pictures of children doing fun child activities like licking ice cream, giving giggles, splashing water and asking questions. What makes this a great book for English language learners and primary students is the way that each sentence is written.
Studies have shown that if a child is taught prefixes and suffixes, his or her vocabulary will improve more than a child just taught vocabulary words. Feb 04, Abby Zwetzig rated it did not like it Shelves: children-s-picture-books , children-s-begin-trans. Honestly, I did not like this book. Yes, it taught the kids the alphabet but it taught it to them with nonsense sentences and activities that kids don't do or don't know what they are.
A book that is teaching a child the alphabet and how to read needs to have correct sentence structure or it is going to make the child confused. If a teacher were to read this to a class it would be kindergarten but I wouldn't recommend it. This book has a lot of verbs that are good for a child's development but a Honestly, I did not like this book. This book has a lot of verbs that are good for a child's development but a lot of the words are made up.
The one good thing I got from this book was the diversity, there was students of all different races.
Teachers could read this book aloud when the children are learning the alphabet to expand their vocabulary a little but sense there's so many fake words it's almost harmful to the child because it will be confusing. Feb 25, Karen rated it did not like it. My five-year-old son picked this book out from the library this week. He likes alphabet books. He did not, however, like this alphabet book. Nor did I. I did not like anything about this book.
I did not like the made-up words for the alphabetic activities. I did not like the lack of a story. I did not like the lack of humor or charm. I did not like the illustrations.
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At all. This book is an F. F is for Faulty Storytelling. Dec 29, Kristin Schmidt rated it did not like it. I would like my kids' books to at least teach them to speak correctly. Mar 03, Shelly Kittell rated it it was amazing. What a fun book!!! Teaches the ABC as it encourages kids to play outside. Apr 25, Lexi Clark rated it liked it Shelves: information-storybooks-science. I gave this book a rating of 3 stars because it was not my favorite book that I have read.
Since I am older I obviously don't enjoy these books, but I do feel that this book is perfect for beginning learners who are just starting out with generating sounds and learning their ABC's. I feel as if littler learners will enjoy the illustrations of this book as they are fun and things little learners would do. This book goes through the ABC's and tells what each letter stands for. For example, they sa I gave this book a rating of 3 stars because it was not my favorite book that I have read.
For example, they say A is for arm linkers, B is for book readers, C is for color drawers, etc. This is a perfect book for children starting out. Oct 11, Gabriellaconceicao added it Shelves: alphabet. The author takes every letter of the alphabet and relates it to things that children do everyday. Between jumping off higher surfaces and greeting their friends, it teaches children the letters of the alphabet by doing everyday things.
Review: This is a great way to teach children the letters of the alphabet because the author related it to things they are already familiar with doing. By relating it to everyday activities, the author is instilling repetition in its readers, which helps children tremendously. Children will respond better to this book by already being familiar with the beautiful illustrations and daily activities.
Uses in class: 1 teaching the alphabet 2 for fun Aug 06, Samantha rated it liked it. An alphabet book of children's activities. A group of racially mixed children do a different activity for each letter of the alphabet. A letter is represented each page and is accompanied by a full color, full page illustration that combines pastels with bolder, marker drawings of the children. Because alphabet books are often judged by their representation of key letter Q An alphabet book of children's activities.
Because alphabet books are often judged by their representation of key letter Q, U, V, X, Y, Z etc let it be noted that U umbrella sharers and V veggie growers are well done, while X xylophone plinkers is typical. A great addition to alphabet displays, though maybe not the first book I'd reach for if someone asked me for a notable alphabet book. Jul 21, Barbara rated it liked it Shelves: friendship , literacy , abc-books , ncbla Friends move through these pages, engaged in all sorts of activities from A "arm linkers" to Z "Zzz snoozers I guess the intended audience would be early readers although the children depicted in the softly-colored illustrations seem to be much older than that and have, hopefully, mastered the letters of the alphabet already.
I liked the illustration of the "kitten petters" with those white kitties begin stroked by three children. With a Friends move through these pages, engaged in all sorts of activities from A "arm linkers" to Z "Zzz snoozers