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Convey favourite authors and kids jointly on your school room with those 3 acclaimed books. every one ebook contains biographical info, a photograph web page, booklists, and diverse actions designed to construct analyzing abilities through stimulating examining enjoyable.

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Make cutouts of each of the characters from one of the versions and then retell the story using the cutouts. 6. After reading the variations of this story cited in activities 1-3, write another literary version of the tale. Be sure to include the common story elements that are present in the story grammar for each of the versions. Cauley, Lorinda Bryan. PEASE-PORRIDGE HOT: A MOTHER GOOSE COOKBOOK. Illustrated by Lorinda Bryan Cauley. Putnam, 1977. Recipes based on Mother Goose verses bring an activity-based element to these classic rhymes.

Putnam, 1986. Subtle details of the full-color illustrations help give this classic poem a romantic touch. Lear is well known for his humorous verse, and while he did not originate the limerick form, he did popularize it. This verse, however, is one of his narratives. 1. Introduce the poem by reading "The Owl and the Pussycat" from a collection of poetry. One source of this poem is The Random House Book of Poetry for Children, edited by Jack Prelutsky and illustrated by Arnold Lobel (Random, 1983).

PEASE-PORRIDGE HOT: A MOTHER GOOSE COOKBOOK. Illustrated by Lorinda Bryan Cauley. Putnam, 1977. Recipes based on Mother Goose verses bring an activity-based element to these classic rhymes. Illustrations are expressive and lend humor to the depictions. 1. Choose a recipe or two to make a Mother Goose lunch for the class. " 2. Ask your school cafeteria to serve a literary lunch or breakfast that you plan using the recipes from the book. Be sure the titles of the accompanying stories are circulated so that other classrooms may enjoy the stories before they enjoy the lunch.

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