Teach early Creative Expression concepts and foundational reading skills with this precisely leveled text.
Teach early Physical Development concepts and foundational reading skills with this precisely leveled text.
It's time to color outside the lines Max's teacher wants the class to color-in pictures for Mother's Day presents, but Max knows that his mother would not want a dumb flower picture drawn by someone else. Determined to express his creativity, Max runs off to draw his own picture. Max's drawing not only inspires the rest of the class to create their own original artwork but also enlightens the teacher. This book is good for your brain because: Early Childhood Literacy, Self-Expression
Young readers will learn about life on the farm when Old MacDonald (Vinko the Dancing Bear) shows readers what a day in the life of a farmer is all about--milking the cows, shearing the sheep, washing the pigs, feeding the hens, and collecting eggs. Kids will fall in love with these adorable animals while learning about the sounds they make.
Six Baby Genius characters join together in this lively, interactive book to show kids how to move when they sing this popular children's song. Each character cleverly illustrates how to move hands and arms to simulate the actions throughout the book. What makes this book so much fun is that the children will be singing, learning, and moving with their favorite Baby Genius characters!
Herbie Bear loves to paint, but learns that some things are better off left as they are.
Ozzie loves to draw. Ozzie loves drawing and being an artist more than anythingeven more than skateboarding! So when his teacher, Miss Cattywhompus, announces an art contest, Ozzie cant wait to get started. He works really hard on his picture of a goat. He knows it will win first place. There is only one problem. Miss Cattywhompus didn't ask the class to draw pictures of goats; the contest instructions say "Draw a Boat." Ozzies picture doesn't win first place. And even though it does win honorable mention, he is devastated. How could he not win? He worked so hard. With a little help from Miss Cattywhompus, Ozzie comes to see that he, with his love of art, has won something far more important than a contest. In his picture book debut, Dana Sullivan has used his personal experience with artistic disappointment to create a warm, lovable character whose story will feel familiar to anyone who has followed his or her passion and hit an ever-so-slight bump in the road.