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A Garden of Opposites By Nancy Davis,

  • Title: A Garden of Opposites
  • Author: Nancy Davis
  • ISBN: 9780375856662
  • Page: 110
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Enter this beautiful garden and see what opposites you ll find A short caterpillar and a long garden snake, a closed bud and an open blossom These delightful images will teach youngsters about basic opposite concepts, and about the charms and wonders of the outdoors This simple book has a surprise treat at the end a gatefold displaying the whole garden, with opposites gaEnter this beautiful garden and see what opposites you ll find A short caterpillar and a long garden snake, a closed bud and an open blossom These delightful images will teach youngsters about basic opposite concepts, and about the charms and wonders of the outdoors This simple book has a surprise treat at the end a gatefold displaying the whole garden, with opposites galore for little ones to search for Plus, sturdy cardstock pages make this book perfect for reading indoors or for taking to the park
    A Garden of Opposites Enter this beautiful garden and see what opposites you ll find A short caterpillar and a long garden snake a closed bud and an open blossom These delightful images will teach youngsters about basic o

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    1. This is a simple book about opposites Each page has a simple and bright illustration with the term underneath The following page is the opposite All the items are garden related It is a slightly smaller book The last page flips open to reveal a garden full of opposites It is a nice book to introduce children to garden items and opposites.

    2. Simple and cute I love that there s a fold out page at the end for kids to look at and find their own opposites

    3. The illustrations are very nice, but some of the opposites are beyond the vocabulary of preschool children.

    4. This bright, graphically interesting and fun book offers pairs of opposites in a garden setting The opposites are very basic such as open closed, long short, and asleep awake Davis illustrations are big and bold, filled with bright colors that will shout out to a group easily Equally likeable is the font and text size which will work well for reading aloud but also for new readers just figuring things out.Recommended as a cheery spring opposite book, this one is perfect for toddlers ages 1 3.

    5. Beyond the rote lesson in contrasts, a deeper lesson in looking for details For example, the rear cover brings up the duality of the bunny and snail, but those just reading straight from the text and not closely examining the material within might miss them in the joyous fold out.Art style reminds me of Katamari Damacy.

    6. Okay, it s opposites so Sturdy paper and stitching ARE toddler friendly.The fold out end page is NOT.Some of the pairs such as big and little and short and long ARE easy for younger children.The pairs of shamrocks with same and different ARE NOT.Nice book, but a little extra editing and planning would have helped.

    7. Cognitively, children between 12 24 months are aware of the world around them and are learning to differentiate between objects By pointing to words and the labeled pictures in this concept book supports children noticing characteristics of objects and understanding that pictures represents works fosters speech and development of a child s Early Literacy Vocabulary Skill.

    8. With simple bright illustrations and single word text, this is a lovely book about opposites, with a garden theme There are ladybugs, plants, and garden tools, which are used to introduce the concept of opposites Even the youngest members of my storytime audience were able to focus on the illustrations and the older ones helped with the story by supplying the opposites.

    9. I appreciated that this offered some difficult concepts to understand I think it would be a little too difficult for some of my 0 3 group, so I don t plan to read it to them It would work well for a 3 5 group Too bad I don t have one of those.

    10. Read at Baby Toddler Story Time on 4 12 11 storytimesecrets Read at Drop In Story Time on 9 7 12 storytimesecrets

    11. Bright pictures, simple one word pagesOpposites abound in a colorful garden, including a closed bud, an open blossom, a short caterpillar, and a long snake.

    12. Really, really cute book with one word and its opposite displayed with very simple bright colorful illustrations Perfect for reading aloud and teaching very young children opposites.

    13. A simple book of opposites for young garden nature lovers The last double spread provides an interactive game of I spy for kids.

    14. Uncluttered, simple illustrations depict one opposite pair on each double page spread, until the final, joyous romp through the garden.

    15. Wonderful simple opposite book Big bright pictures clear text that matches the illustration would read aloud well Ages 2

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