Free read Where's My Mom?
Free read Where's My Mom? ☆ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB Escription With Julia Donaldson's effortless rhyme and Axel Scheffler's vibrant illustrations this circular tale combines funny miscommunication with a little bit of science for a charming feel good adventu. This is an endearing story about a monkey who loses his Mum and is helped by a butterfly to try and find her Throughout the book other animals are introduced using describing what they look like This allows the children to interact with the story and guess what the next animal may be I really enjoyed reading this book and reading it to a class of children because they seem to enjoy it and engage with the story I would say that the most appropriate age for this book would be around 3 6 years However I have read it to 1 and 2 year old children and they have engaged with the it I think it just depends on the child and if they are happy to sit and listen to a story This book is nice for an end of the day story as the children enjoy looking at the pictures and become involved in the story It could also be used for literacy I have previously seen this book used for storyboards for KS1 pupils It is also a good book to introduce descriptive writingRead & Download · PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB Þ Julia Donaldson
Free read Where's My Mom? ☆ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB When little monkey can't find his mother butterfly offers to help in the search Little monkey says that his mother is big so butterfly leads him to an elephant No that's not right Little monkey says his mom. First and foremost narrationally textually poetic and engagingly sweetly entertaining and yes indeed this is in my opinion generally the case with regard to Julia Donaldson s delightful picture books Where s My Mom is actually and in fact also not just a fun and rollicking little account of how one lost little baby monkey is finally after much searching and many so called false starts reunited with her mother and yes I am going to assume that the little monkey in uestion is female and not male since Where s My Mom which in the UK is titled Monkey Puzzle also demonstrates in an entertaining but also educational and enlightening manner how misunderstandings errors and assumptions can make and create difficulties of communication and interaction For the little baby monkey of Where s My Mom does not bother telling the butterfly that has been helping her to find her mother that monkey babies physically resemble their parents because she assumes that the butterfly would of course be well aware of that and the butterfly also does not make that essential and necessary connection since while baby monkeys are indeed and in fact physically diminutive mirror images of their parents the offspring of butterflies caterpillars do of course not at all resemble their parents until after their pupefication leading to all kinds of misunderstandings and erroneous searches an elephant a snake a spider a parrot a frog a bat until the mystery is finally solved when the little monkey finally mentions that her mother looks exactly like her just much taller and massive Accompanied and graced by Axel Scheffler s colourful and imaginatively realistic illustrations which are truly as much of an aesthetic delight as are the author s as are Julia Donaldson s engaging and descriptive verses Where s My Mom is in my opinion a perfect read aloud and a fun way of for one explaining how misunderstandings and not enough presented information can cause confusion and for two Where s my Mom also introduces some basic zoology to very young children namely that not all animals have offspring that look like miniature versions of themselves
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Free read Where's My Mom? ☆ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB Is furry so butterfly leads him to a bat That's not right either From then on little monkey and butterfly meet many jungle animals but they don't find Mom until little monkey comes up with just the right d. This continues to be my favourite Julia Donaldson book I can t remember how many times I have read it to my Kindy classes over the years even if I ended up giggling than they did and with added theatrics year six enjoyed it just as much It s lovely to see the older kids choosing to read picture books
- Where's My Mom?
- Julia Donaldson
- 22 July 2020