My Little Sister Ate One Hare

Little sister has no problem eating one hare, two snakes, and three ants, but when she gets to ten peas, she throws up quite a mess.

My Little Sister Ate One Hare

Little sister has no problem eating one hare, two snakes, and three ants, but when she gets to ten peas, she throws up quite a mess.

Math Links

My Little Sister Ate One Hare . New York : Crown , 1996 . Addition has never been so fun and icky ! In this book , the narrator's little sister has a knack for cumulatively adding interesting things to her stomach , that is , until the ...

Math Links

Literature-based math lessons using the NCTM 2000 standards. Each lesson includes suggested time frame, materials list, lesson plan, ideas for assessment, suggestions for special needs adaptations, a bibliography, and a list of related standards. Many lessons include reproducible student pages and suggested software. K-3.

Picture Books Plus

My Little Sister Ate One Hare Bill Grossman ; illustrated by Kevin Hawkes ( Crown ) The narrator's younger sister eats an increasing number of unusual objects such as one hare , two snakes , three ants in underpants , four shrews ...

Picture Books Plus

Why use picture books with children? -- Extending picture books through art -- Extending picture books through drama -- Extending picture books through music -- Extending picture books through math -- Extending picture books through science.

Something Funny Happened at the Library

My Little Sister Ate One Hare . Illustrated by Kevin Hawkes . Crown , 1996 . Little sister has no problem eating one hare , two snakes , three ants , four shrews , five bats , six mice " she spit out and ate twice , " seven polliwogs ...

Something Funny Happened at the Library

This is how storyteller, librarian, and all-around jokester Rob Reid opens his delightful new book, Something Funny Happened at the Library. Wouldn't it be great if kids came home from the library holding their sides, eager to pass on the funny things they heard in the library that day? According to Reid, the best way to get the attention of young people is to make them laugh. From easy-to-win-over preschoolers to unimpressed teens, this book will serve as your personal humor coach for even the toughest audiences out there. With tricks of the trade on how to warm up an audience, choose age-appropriate material, use facial and vocal expressions to lure them in, and select props, you're on your way to something very funny! Young children won't be able to hold in their giggles after such programs as "The World's Worst Ice-Cream Story," and intermediate school-age kids will love to take part in book theme parties in honor of Captain Underpants or such special celebrations as "Boo Ha-Ha!" Even those middle- and high-school students, once convinced to participate in "Comedy Club" (a program that combines reading and stand-up) or spoonerisms (a wordplay game), will be rolling in the aisles. To enrich all of these programs, Reid also includes a funny reader's theater script, tips on how to host lively library tours and school visits, and even rap songs that extol the virtues of reading and the library! A complete resource for getting children and young adults snickering and having fun in the stacks with innovative programming that uses humor, Something Funny helps you to connect with children and young adults and, along the way, make the library the hippest place in town!

101 Great Ready to Use Book Lists for Children

Everyone Poops. Kane/Miller, 1993. 27p. IL K–3 Colorful illustrations and text show and describe how different animals and humans perform excretory functions. Grossman, Bill. My Little Sister Ate One Hare. Dragonfly Books, 1996. 24p.

101 Great  Ready to Use Book Lists for Children

Created in consultation with teachers and public librarians, this fantastic collection of 101 ready-to-use book lists provides invaluable help for any educator who plans activities for children that involve using literature.

Great Books for Babies and Toddlers

music and dancing, encouraged by her parents, while in the other, she plays with, and cares for, her doll. Greenfield, Eloise. Water, Water. Illustrated by Jan Spivey ... My Little Sister Ate One Hare. Illustrated by Kevin Hawkes. 1996.

Great Books for Babies and Toddlers

“The ideal time to begin sharing books with children is during babyhood, even with children as young as six weeks.” —Starting Out Right National Research Council All parents hope to give their children the best possible start in life. Many of them know it’s a good idea to read to their children at a very young age, not with the goal of teaching their kids to read, but with the joy of having special time together looking at pictures and playing with words. Carefully chosen books that introduce children to the pleasures of language, simple story structure, and wonderful artwork are the foundation for a future love of books. Great Books for Babies and Toddlers is the first book of its kind—a guide to the best age appropriate children’s books available. Compiled by Kathleen Odean, former Chair of the Newbery Award Committee, Great Books for Babies and Toddlers provides lively annotations for more than five hundred books, divided into two helpful categories: Nursery Rhymes, Fingerplays, and Songs; and Picture-Story Books for the Very Young. With story selections ranging from such classics of children’s literature as Goodnight Moon and Where’s Spot? to excellent new books like How Does a Dinosaur Say Good Night? and Buzz!, Great Books for Babies and Toddlers will be more than a cherished guide for parents—it will also be a child’s first step in the lifelong adventure of reading.

Your Classroom Library

Today's book is My Little Sister Ate One Hare ( Grossman , 1996 ) . The first graders are excitedly settling in on a large , comfy rug for today's Read Aloud time . Ms. Nelson shows them the cover of the book and asks , “ What do you ...

Your Classroom Library

Ready to go far beyond the usual classroom book collection to make your library a dynamic support for all your literacy teaching? In this practical, one-of-a-kind book, two veteran educators show you how to use your library as: A resource for mini-lessons on book selection, author's craft, comprehension strategies and other literacy lessons. A source for interactive read-alouds. An extension of your shared-reading and guided-reading instruction. A motivating place for students' independent reading in many genres. A gallery of student book responses, recommendations, and student-authored works. And much more!

A to Zoo Subject Access to Children s Picture Books 10th Edition

(Winter, Jonah), 1229 Library lion (Knudsen, Michelle), 887 Meanwhile, back at the ranch (Isaacs, Anne), 848 My little sister ate one hare (Grossman, Bill), 796 My little sister hugged an ape (Grossman, Bill), 796 A pig parade is a ...

A to Zoo  Subject Access to Children s Picture Books  10th Edition

Whether used for thematic story times, program and curriculum planning, readers' advisory, or collection development, this updated edition of the well-known companion makes finding the right picture books for your library a breeze. • Offers easy subject access to children's picture books • Features a user-friendly organization • Provides in-depth indexing and full bibliographic detail

A Box Full of Tales

My Little Sister Ate One Hare by Bill Grossman. New York: Crown, 1996. If I Were Queen of the World by Fred Hiatt. New York: Simon and Schuster, 1997. *Spot's Baby Sister by Eric Hill. New York: Puffin, 1989. You'll Soon Grow Into Them, ...

A Box Full of Tales

Encourages the creation of storytelling prop boxes, explaining a way to gather songs, books, flannel boards, toys, and finger plays together in a single location to be used by multiple librarians.

Getting Dads on Board

My Little Sister Ate One Hare, Bill Grossman. A goofy, laugh-out-loud book with a storyline that resembles the old song, "I Know an Old Lady Who Swallowed a Fly." This book works best with children old enough to get the silly jokes and ...

Getting Dads on Board


Word Journeys Second Edition

... old lady who swallowed a fly” tale—My Little Sister Ate One Hare—and decided to present it to the class. With serious determination (and many giggles), they practiced reading the story, which tells of a little girl who gobbles down ...

Word Journeys  Second Edition

This trusted teacher resource and course text provides a comprehensive approach to assessing and building children's word knowledge (grades K–8). Kathy Ganske shows how carefully planned word study can improve students' reading and writing skills while fostering their appreciation of language. Complete instructions are provided for implementing the Developmental Spelling Analysis (DSA), an easy-to-use assessment tool, and for tailoring instruction to learners' strengths and weaknesses. Numerous word lists, student work samples, and "Literature Links" are included, along with 27 reproducible forms. The large-size format facilitates photocopying. Purchasers also get access to a Web page where they can download and print the reproducible materials. New to This Edition: *Addresses the Common Core State Standards. *Incorporates additional activities and technology tips, plus updated research findings. *Chapter explaining the meaning of word study and its role in literacy instruction, including "Researcher Voices" perspectives from noted experts. *Ideas for making the most of small-group instructional time. *Expanded "Literature Links" book lists, now including informational texts. *DSA answer sheets have been enhanced for easier scoring and several new reproducibles added. See also the companion volumes from Ganske, Word Sorts and More, Second Edition: Sound, Pattern, and Meaning Explorations K–3 and Mindful of Words, Second Edition: Spelling and Vocabulary Explorations, Grades 4–8, which provide a wealth of ready-to-use word study activities.

Teaching Reading in Today s Elementary Schools

In Grossman, B. My Little Sister Ate One Hare. addition to special considerations of the texts used Hill, E. Where's Spot? Hutchins, P. The Doorbell Rang. with English-language learners, their oral language Hutchins, P. Rosie's Walk.

Teaching Reading in Today s Elementary Schools

TEACHING READING IN TODAY'S ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS sets the standard for reading instruction to ensure that aspiring teachers are able to help students learn the mechanics of word recognition, how to comprehend what they read -- and enjoy the process. The book advocates a balanced approach to reading, presenting newer approaches with more traditional approaches that have proven value, such as phonics, vocabulary instruction, and strategies for literal and higher-order comprehension. Practices are featured, such as use of recent technologies for literacy learning, varying approaches with attention to dealing with the many types of diverse learners in today's classrooms, and use of close reading techniques with appropriate materials to enhance the learning experience. New chapters are devoted to diversity and fluency. Praxis, CCSS, and edTPA assistance is also incorporated. Important Notice: Media content referenced within the product description or the product text may not be available in the ebook version.

New Books Kids Like

My Little Sister Ate One Hare by Bill Grossman Illustrated by Kevin Hawkes Crown , 1996 GRADES K - 2 Not only did she eat a hare , but among other things , snakes , ants , bats , and mice ! And she didn't throw up !

New Books Kids Like

This is a collection of more than 500 annotated book recommendations. Organized around 44 topics considered by the panel to be 'the most frequently requested', this readers' advisory guide for children's literature (includes titles) on everything from dogs and diaries to adventure and science.

Rock Your Read Alouds

When I read My Little Sister Ate One Hare by Bill Grossman, I ACT totally disgusted when the sister eats two snakes or eight worms. If children don't react with a chorus of EWWWWs, I've failed.” Many parents understand the importance of ...

Rock Your Read Alouds

The author writes a wonderful story. The illustrator creates incredible images. But what can educators bring to their read-alouds? Do the read-alouds ROCK? The fact is, every read-aloud is a performance. And every aspect of a read-aloud performance informs a child's understanding and appreciation of the story. In this book educators of elementary grades learn dozens of innovative ways to ROCK the read-alouds regardless of experience or performance skills. Educators can apply all the techniques in this book or simply pick a specific performance area to improve upon. Regardless, methods and classroom-tested approaches are provided by some of the best read-aloud performers and storytellers in the business.

Constructed Responses for Learning

a Fly. ̄ In the same structure, Bill Grossman«s My Little Sister Ate One Hare is a counting story with an increasing plot structure. The items on the sister«s menu grow more outrageous until the story finally reaches a satisfying ...

Constructed Responses for Learning

Teaching students to write constructed responses does not have to become a test-prep chore. An intentional routine of constructed responses provides powerful opportunities to teach strategic thinking through writing that also deepens students’ knowledge about core subjects. In this clear guide from education consultant Warren Combs, you’ll learn how and why to teach students to write these short essays, no matter what subject or grade level you teach. Special features: Writing prompts that are based on Webb’s Depth of Knowledge (DOK) and provide practice for students at all skill levels Practical strategies to build critical thinking and improve students’ writing, including sentence stems, acrostics, framed stories, analogies, and quad clusters Student self-assessment guidelines and rigorous peer-response strategies An interactive log to help you manage best practices and keep students engaged Reading-Writing Modules to help you review and implement the instructional practices and strategies Sample student work, at different levels, with analysis Throughout the book, you’ll find handy tools such as rubrics, logs, and checklists. These tools are also available as free eResources on our website, www.routledge.com/9781138931046, so you can download and print them for immediate use.

How Bullets Saved My Life

Barn Dance! by Bill Martin Jr. and John Archambault also sticks out as one of my favorites for fluency. ... Douglas, Bing Bang Boing Fox, Mem, Timefor Bed Grossman, Bill, My Little Sister Ate One Hare Hoberman, Mary Ann, The Llama Who ...

How Bullets Saved My Life

"Organized around the 6 + 1 Writing Traits, the book breaks writing into manageable parts to help both students and teachers deal with all aspects of writing." -- back cover.

Comprehension During Guided Shared and Independent Reading Grades K 6

Some favorites are One of Three by Angela Johnson, My Little Sister Ate One Hare by Bill Grossman, and My Friends by Taro Gomi. Echo Reading is also appropriate for reading plays. You read the whole play in an Echo Reading format first, ...

Comprehension During Guided  Shared  and Independent Reading  Grades K   6

Learn when and how to teach comprehension using Comprehension during Guided, Shared, and Independent Reading for grades K–6. This 224-page book includes step-by-step lessons and research-based strategies that can be adapted for any student or any classroom. This book gives a glimpse into classrooms using these strategies, as well as suggestions for materials needed, planning, and grouping students and a list of recommended children's books.

Remy and Lulu Read Listen Edition

is the author and illustrator of The Wicked Big Toddlah and The Wicked Big Toddlah Goes to New York and the illustrator of over forty well-loved books for young readers, including Library Lion, My Little Sister Ate One Hare, My Little ...

Remy and Lulu  Read   Listen Edition

Ooh la la! From New York Times bestseller Kevin Hawkes, illustrator of Library Lion and Weslandia, comes the charming story of a dog and her owner who become the toast of Paris. Lulu and her master, Remy, a passionate but struggling portrait painter, wander the French countryside looking for customers. They don’t need much business —just enough for some figs and cheese to keep their bellies full—but not many people seem to appreciate Remy’s abstract style. Before long, Lulu secretly lends a paw to Remy’s work and—voilà!—the pair are the most celebrated artists on the salon circuit. If only Remy knew why . . . With art from both beloved children’s book illustrator Kevin Hawkes and award-winning miniatures artist Hannah Harrison, this funny and heartwarming story about friendship and creativity shows that there are many ways to be good at the same thing . . . and that a true friend is always there for you. This Read & Listen edition contains audio narration.

StoryCraft

... My Great Grandpa Joe 44 “My Hat, It Has Three Corners” 129 My House 145 My Life as a Magician 140 My Little Sister Ate One Hare 116 My Many-Colored Days 65 My Puffer Train 47 My Real Family 44 My Rotten Redheaded Older Brother 44, ...

StoryCraft

While storytelling is a great favorite of preschoolers, many elementary age children are more drawn to crafts and other activities. StoryCraft is an award-winning library program that combines storytelling with crafts in an exciting and engaging activity for children in first through third grades. Each one-hour program includes storytelling, a craft, movement, activities, music, and discussion. This collection of StoryCraft programs presents 50 fun and educational theme-based sessions. Each includes suggestions for promotion, music, crafts, activities, and stories. The sessions also include bibliographies to help direct young readers toward additional reading, as well as diagrams, detailed instructions, and supply lists for the crafts. The themes range from a Jungle Safari to Math Mayhem to a Western Roundup, all encouraging children to enjoy reading in a variety of ways. Each session has plenty of suggestions, so that the program can be customized. Helpful Hints for implementing the program can help any librarian, volunteer, or parent turn a ho-hum storytime into a dazzling StoryCraft time.

Literacy Instruction for English Language Learners Pre K 2

The ants go marching one by one. Lincolnwood, IL: Publications ... There was a cold lady who swallowed some snow! New York: Scholastic. Grossman, B. (1996). My little sister ate one hare. New York: Crown. Harper, C. M. (2002).

Literacy Instruction for English Language Learners Pre K 2

Summarizing current research and weaving it into practical instructional strategies that teachers can immediately use with young English language learners (ELLs), this book addresses a major priority for today's primary-grade classrooms. All aspects of effective instruction for ELLs are explored: oral language development and instruction, materials, word study, vocabulary, comprehension, writing, and home-school connections. Assessment is discussed throughout, and is also covered in a separate chapter. The volume is packed with realistic examples, lesson planning ideas, book lists, online resources, and reproducibles. Discussion and reflection questions enhance its utility as a professional development tool or course text.