Bats at the Ballgame by Brian Lies

By Brian Lies

Hurry up! Come one'come all! We're off to observe the bats play ball! You'll always remember your first online game: the fairway so eco-friendly, the presence of heroes prior, and togetherness with friends and family, rooting for the house crew. yet you think that people are the single ones who get pleasure from America's nationwide hobby? seize your bat'the different kind'and your mitt, and subscribe to those attractive bats as they flutter off to observe their all-stars compete. How a couple of mothdog? Or a few Cricket Jack? In sweeping compositions that shipping enthusiasts to the rightside-up and upside-down global of bats at play, Brian Lies treats us to an entire new ballgame.

Book Details:• structure: Library Binding
• book Date: 9/6/2010
• Pages: 32
• interpreting point: Age four and Up

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Read each noun aloud to your child. Ask your child to point to the correct word. 5. Encourage your child to think of other adjectives that can describe each noun. Fluency: Shared Reading 1. Reread the story to your child at least two more times while your child tracks the print by running a finger under the words as they are read. Ask your child to read the words he or she knows with you. 2. Reread the story taking turns, alternating readers between sentences or pages. Text Comprehension: Discussion Time 1.

Sus libros han sido traducidos a muchos idiomas y han sido leídos por más de un millón de niños de todo el mundo. De niña, Margaret empezó escribiendo poesía y más adelante siguió escribiendo para niños y adultos. Durante 34 años, fue maestra de primer grado. Ya se retiró, y ahora vive en Michigan donde le gusta escribir, dar paseos matinales y cuidar a sus tres gatos. aW ash burn ACERCA DE LA AUTORA Photograph b Margaret Hillert has written over 80 books for children who are just learning to read.

Explain to your child that words that describe something are called adjectives. 2. Say the following nouns and ask your child to name an adjective that might be used to describe it (possible answers in parentheses): car (fast) flower (pretty) apple (juicy) marble (round) coin (shiny) sun (bright) dog (soft) crayon (little) ice (cold) 3. Write the nouns on separate pieces of paper. 4. Randomly place the pieces of paper on a flat surface. Read each noun aloud to your child. Ask your child to point to the correct word.

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