Introduce action words and descriptive words about domestic and wild cats.
In this brightly colored board book with slide-out pictures, a child looks for his toy pig in a variety of pockets. In each one a comic animal is revealed when the child pulls a simple tab: a snake, a ladybug, a bird, a lamb, a frog and even a monkey. As the child becomes able to identify each animal the game becomes more fun. Kids will enjoy the colorful and humorous illustrations, and grownups will appreciate the vintage feel of the design.
What are pandas like and how do they live? Readers will be captivated by the cute and gentle nature of the panda and enjoy colorful pictures featuring baby pandas and food pandas like to eat. The language art connection is the extensive vocabulary related to pandas.
Explore animal mothers as they interact with their babies while providing them food and water. In this book, mother animals are shown helping their babies grow and keeping them safe, and vocabulary relating to animals and animal interactions.
Te gustan los perritos? Que les gusta a los perritos? Teach early Physical Development concepts and foundational reading skills with this precisely leveled text.
Once again, Brian Wildsmith has let his talent run wild with a collection of marvelously diverse animals that are to be found on a visit to the zoo. The illustrations are accompanied by an interesting fact or two about each animal. Children might enjoy bringing the book to the zoo and identifying the animals they see.
Sammy sees many animals on his walk but one will make him take off running. Students will enjoy predicting what animal leads Sammy on a chase.