А Library of Congress Веst Вооk of the Year, 1970 Ап ALA Notable Винок, 1970 "The quintessential picture books can't be ploited out or put into any other words, ergo, Whose mouse are you? / Nobody's mouse.
Author: Robert Kraus
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
Category: Juvenile Fiction
A lonely little mouse has to be resourceful to bring his family back together. In a series of delightfully imaginary achievements, “nobody’s mouse” transforms himself into the beloved hero of his mother, father, sister, and brand-new baby brother. In their very first collaboration, Robert Kraus and Jose Aruego give charm and validity to one of childhood’s more difficult experiences. Tender and catchy, Robert Kraus’s rhyming text, combined with Jose Aruego’s large, vibrantly clever illustrations, makes for a storytime classic.
Release on 2021-06-04 | by Georgina Kucherik and Mary Bain
Guard Mouse . Viking Press . Galdone , Paul . Town Mouse and the Country Mouse . McGraw Hill . Kellogg , Steven . The Island of the Skog . The Dial Press , N.Y. Kraus , Robert . All the Mice Came . Kraus , Robert . Whose Mouse are You ?
Author: Georgina Kucherik and Mary Bain
Publisher: Rainbow Horizons Publishing
Mice have captured the hearts of many through their roles that are presented through children's literature. Let your students be entertained as they enjoy reading selections from the world of mice. This package contains individualized activity cards that can be used with mice novels and stories. The activities focus on these skills: creative, comprehension and word use.
Draw a picture to go with your story.Books for Dessert Kraus, Robert. Whose Mouse Are You? Macmillan, 1970. Lionni, Leo. Alexander and the Wind-Up Moose. Alfred A. Knopf, 1969. Lobel, Arnold. Fables. HarperCollins Publishers, 1980.
Author: Sharon Draznin
Publisher: Teacher Created Materials
Cooking projects provide a highly motivating, real-life application for learning. This child-friendly recipe is based on a piece of children's literature. Read the book, and then collaborate to make this delicious food to enjoy together.
Good Night, Owl! Janovitz, Marilyn. Is It Time? Joosse, Barbara M. Mama, Do You Love Me? Joslin, Sesyle. What Do You Say, Dear? Kraus, Robert. Come Out and Play, Little Mouse! Kraus, Robert. Whose Mouse Are You? Krauss, Ruth.
Author: Penny Peck
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines
Based upon materials used by this experienced children's library and university instructor, this is a vital and essential how to for doing storytimes. Crash Course in Storytime Fundamentals is a vital and essential how to. It is perfect for anyone who is asked to do storytime, but has never been trained-or for anyone who simply needs a new idea. The book is based upon materials designed for and used during an all day workshop, Storytime Fundamentals offered by this veteran children's librarian.
Sometimes, 21, 59, 71, 76, 112, 125, 133, 171 The Way to Start a Day, 46, 91, 128 Wayland, April Halprin, 156 We Walk ... 34, 43, 60, 66,74, 112, 117, 143, 148, 171, 181 Whole language, xviii Who's Dr. Seuss, 178 Whose Mouse Are You?, ...
Whose Mouse Are You ? Another Mouse to Feed 166. Book Groups Meet 167. Why Mosquitoes Buzz in People's Ears 168. Author / Illustrator series The Post Office Book : Mail and How It Moves 169. Trucks 170. Farming 171. Lights ! Camera !
Author: Helen G. Cappleman
Publisher: Good Year Books
Educational resource for teachers, parents and kids!
... the trap in Whose Mouse Are You? (Kraus 1970). Perhaps the most orthodox portrayal of the preschooler in psychological conflict comes from Sigmund Freud, whose theory of child development presents the preschooler as one who, ...
Author: Hannah Nuba
This chronological guide to the developmental stages, and corresponding literary needs and preferences, of early childhood is hte unique result of combinging the expertise of educational professionals with that of a children's librarian. Each chapter describes a developmental stage of childhood and presents appropriate books for that reading level, providing expert guidance in today's crowded children's book market.
... Gloria, 158 When Grampa Kissed His Elbow, 30 When I Was Young in the Mountains, 175 When I Was YourAge: Volume Tivo, 177 Who Does This job?, 110 Whose Mouse Are You?, 175 Wiesner, David, 176 The Whipping Boy, 30 Wild, Margaret, 57, ...
Author: Susan Zimmermann
Category: Family & Relationships
It's simple: If children don't understand what they read, they will never embrace reading. And that limits what they can learn while in school. This fact frightens parents, worries teachers, and ultimately hurts children. 7 Keys to Comprehension is the result of cutting-edge research. It gives parents and teachers—those who aren't already using this valuable program—practical, thoughtful advice about the seven simple thinking strategies that proficient readers use: • Connecting reading to their background knowledge • Creating sensory images • Asking questions • Drawing inferences • Determining what's important • Synthesizing ideas • Solving problems Easily understood, easily applied, and proven successful, this essential educational tool helps parents and teachers to turn reading into a fun and rewarding adventure.
... Spot by Eric Hill Black on White by Tana Hoban Rosie's Walk by Pat Hutchins Whose Mouse Are You ? by Robert Kraus ... What Do You See ? by Bill Martin , Jr. Tickle Tickle by Helen Oxenbury One Duck Stuck by Phyllis Root We're Going ...
Author: Anita Silvey
Publisher: Houghton Mifflin Harcourt
Category: Literary Criticism
The author recommends one hundred of the best books for children, including a variety of works to suit diverse interests, reading levels, and special needs, while also revealing the sometimes humorous process she undertook in choosing entries for the list.
We're going. Transitional Readers : Book CharacteristicsTransitional Readers Early conventional story varied sentence ... Reading Corners , Dominie Press Very Hungry Caterpillar , Eric Carle Whose Mouse Are You ?, Robert Kraus Fluent ...
Author: Mary Browning Schulman
Publisher: Scholastic Inc.
Ideas, resources, and a list of childrens' books that can be used to implement guided reading.
New York, NY: Collier Books, 1976. Kraus, Robert. Whose Mouse Are You? New York, NY: Aladdin Books, 1986. Miller, Ned. Emmett's Snowball. New York, NY: Holt, 1990. Murphy, Stuart J. A Pair of Socks. New York, NY: HarperCollins, 1996.
Author: Jennifer Lawson
Publisher: Portage & Main Press
This teacher resource offers a detailed introduction to the Hands-On Mathematics program (guiding principles, implementation guidelines, an overview of the processes that grade 2 students use and develop during mathematics inquiry), and a classroom assessment plan complete with record-keeping templates and connections to the Achievement Levels outlined in the WNCP Mathematics Curriculum. The resource also provides strategies and visual resources for developing students' mental math skills. The resource includes: Mental Math Module 1: Patterns and Relations Module 2: Statistics and Probability Module 3: Shape and Space Module 4: Number Concepts Module 5: Number Operations Each module is divided into lessons that focus on specific curricular outcomes. Each lesson has materials lists activity descriptions questioning techniques problem-solving examples activity centre and extension ideas assessment suggestions activity sheets and visuals
In Brown Bear , Brown Bear , What Do You See ?, Bill Martin , with the aid of Eric Carle's illustrations , showed how to create ... and answer ( e.g. , Nobody's mouse ) exchange is followed to form a story ( Whose Mouse Are You ? ) ...
Author: Elfrieda H. Hiebert
Publisher: Wadsworth Publishing Company
Early literacy instruction is one of the most fundamental goals of schooling, and one that sets the stage for students' lifelong learning and success. The text encompasses standards for early literacy instruction, instructional strategies, alternative assessment procedures, strategies for making program connections, and ways to integrate children's home literacy into the classroom. Each chapter opens with vignettes to emphasize key points in the text, and offers instruction on how teachers can create classrooms that immerse children in theoretically-sound, meaningful literacy though events, lessons, and activities. This engaging, user-friendly book makes the ideas on theory and practice readily accessible to those interested in helping young children learn to read.
The hero of the classic Whose Mouse Are You? runs away from home when he decides his family doesn't love him.
Author: Robert Kraus
Publisher: Harper Collins
Category: Juvenile Fiction
The hero of the classic Whose Mouse Are You? runs away from home when he decides his family doesn't love him. Luckily, he doesn't run farther than the nearest telephone booth. "Wonderful...resonates with emotions deeply felt by young children."--Publishers Weekly.