Lady Pancake and Sir French Toast will be great for teaching rhyme scheme and vocabulary! It could also be used for character development and writing about the theme! It reminds me of my 10 year olds!
The race is ON! Who will win the tastiest food fight ever? A thoroughly delicious picture book about the funniest "food fight" ever! Lady Pancake and Sir French Toast have a beautiful friendship—until they discover that there's ONLY ONE DROP of maple syrup left. Off they go, racing past the Orange Juice Fountain, skiing through Sauerkraut Peak, and reeling down the linguini. But who will enjoy the sweet taste of victory? And could working together be better than tearing each other apart?
All Yeti wants to do after a long day in the woods is to close his eyes and go to sleep. But something is not right! Shadows lurk, sounds creak, and there are monsters...or are there? This entertaining bedtime book featuring the fierce and frenetic GAMAGO Yeti will amuse and delight kids, all while encouraging them to turn out the light and go to sleep! Plus, this is a fixed-format version of the book, which looks nearly identical to the print version.
Yeti turn off the Light is a great read for kids who are afraid of the dark. But, it is also a great way to talk about/write how we think something is one way and it turns out another!
Great Reads For Guided Reading or Independent Practice!
Colorful comedy, rollicking rhyme, charismatic characters, and a funny friendship — this winning picture book has it all! Duck and Monkey, best of friends, as different as odds and ends. Monkey's eager, Duck's laid-back Together, do they have the knack to be a winning rhyming team and satisfy a monkey's dream?
A read-aloud story that will have kids rhyming around the house! "It's very simple, really. Cats sit on mats, hares sit on chairs, mules sit on stools, gophers sit on sofas, and frogs sit on logs." Each animal's designated seat rhymes with that animal's name. "It's not about being comfortable," explains the cat. "It's about doing the right thing." The frog does not want to sit on a log. Doing his best to find an alternative place to sit, the frog asks the cat a litany of questions. For every answer the cat has, the frog has another question--until the frog finds out what dogs sit on!
"You know the rules," said cat. "Cats sit on mats, frogs sit on logs, and dogs sit on FROGS!""Well, I'm changing the rules," said the frog.In this hilarious sequel to Frog on a Log?, frog decides that he does not want to sit on a log, and he definitely does not want a dog to sit on a frog! So he changes the rules. Now, dogs sit on logs, and cats sit on gnats! But what will frog decide to sit on now? Chock-full of absurd animal rhyme pairings, Dog on a Frog? shows young readers that every animal has many special places to sit. Reminiscent of Dr. Seuss's Beginner Books, this sequel is a fun, educational read-aloud story that helps build reading skills!