6 edition of Whose shoes are these? found in the catalog.
Text and photographs describe the appearance and function of almost twenty types of shoes, including work boots, snowshoes, and basketball sneakers.
|Statement||by Ron Roy ; photographs by Rosmarie Hausherr.|
|Contributions||Hausherr, Rosmarie, ill.|
|LC Classifications||GT2130 .R69 1988|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||40 p. :|
|Number of Pages||40|
|LC Control Number||87024279|
This wacky collection features the feet of 14 creatures. Children can guess whose feet they see before turning the page to discover a photograph of the complete animal, along with amazing facts. 14 color photos. About the Whose? Animals series: Author and photographer Wayne Lynch reveals the world of wild s: 2. Those Shoes written by Maribeth Boelts and illustrated by Noah Z. Jones was an ideal book with which to start. This book helped us to explore the difference between our needs and our wants and how to come to terms with the understanding that sometimes we have to give up something we really want when it just doesn’t make sense despite our.
Whose Shoes Would You Choose? book. Read 2 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Come along with me and learn all about reading! Brian /5(2). these in one column. In a parallel column, list wants. Discuss the difference between needs and wants. • Look at the cover of the book. Read the title. Note that there are four boys on the cover and a closeup of “those shoes.” Call attention to the facial expressions of .
Begin the activity by asking children to describe what they already know about shoes. Record their responses on chart paper. ACTIVITIES. Working Shoes. Collect a variety of pictures from magazines and books depicting the different types of shoes people wear to do specific jobs, such as dancers, firefighters, runners, nurses, and construction. Whose Shoes Are You Wearing? 12 Steps to Uncovering the Woman You Really Want to Be. Join East African sisters, Christine K. St. Vil & Julian B. Kiganda, as they take you on a journey to discover your God-given shoes.
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"Whose Shoes Are These?" is a cute picture book. It would best be read by preschoolers or kindergardeners. It helps children explore things throughout their communities. It shows colorful and detailed illustrations of shoes and asks "Who's shoes are these?" On the following page it gives the answer and explains why that person wears that type /5.
"In this witty, wise picture book, Boelts presents a kid’s-eye view of a consumer fad that rages through school at gale force." — Bulletin of the Center for Children's Books (starred review) All Jeremy wants is a pair of those shoes, the ones everyone at school seems to be wearing/5().
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On the first page she is wearing "great big clompy shoes" that make the sound "glump, glomp, clomp!" Readers lift the flap to find that they are "Daddy's shoes!" Next she wears tippy, red high-heels that make the sound "clop, clip, clap!" These are her mother's shoes.5/5(3).
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The only think Jeremy wants in the world is a new pair of shoes that all of his classmates have. Jeremy feels embarrassed that he cannot afford these shoes. One day, Jeremy's grandma takes him shopping and they find these shoes a thrift store. He wears them to school despite the shoes /5(). To help understand these expressions, we will first introduce key words and expressions, then, present a mini skit using these expressions.
Next, there is a look and say section where students. "In this witty, wise picture book, Boelts presents a kid’s-eye view of a consumer fad that rages through school at gale force." — Bulletin of the Center for Children's Books (starred review) All Jeremy wants is a pair of those shoes, the ones everyone at school seems to be : Turtleback Books.
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When Jeremy’s old shoes break, his guidance counselor provides for him a Velcro pair of shoes in which everyone makes fun of him except Antonio. Jeremy goes to thrift stores and finds a pair of those black, high-top shoes, but they are too small.
At school, Jeremy notices that Antonio’s shoes are duct taped together at recess. Whose Shoes?: A Shoe for Every Job is a great book for young children to explore different careers by something as simple as the shoes they wear.
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A young mouse tries on the shoes of various members of her family. On the first page she is wearing "great big clompy shoes" that make the sound "glump, glomp, clomp!" Readers lift the flap to find that they are "Daddy's shoes!" Next she wears tippy, red high-heels that make the sound "clop, clip, clap!" these are her mothers shoes.
Editions for Those Shoes: (Hardcover published in ), (Paperback published in ), (Kindle Edition published in ), Author Stephen Swinburne reads his storybook "Whose Shoes" at Schlow Centre Region Library (State College, PA) for the Pennsylvania One Book program: ht.
A mid-August evening, what could be called lolling (and not laughing out loud) along the Wandsworth Thames-side promenade, passing upper class families who’ve bought up the river, beautiful youths cashing in on their early (or parents) monetary success and celebrities, mainly sporting, all taking in the air and absorbing the retiring sunshine.Show them Shoes by Elizabeth Winthrop and tell students they will work with this book.
First, they will look at the book together. Next, they will silently read the book. And finally, they will work with some of the words in the book. At the end of the guided reading lesson, students can take the book to their desks to enjoy again.
3.Get this from a library! Whose shoes are these?. [Ron Roy; Rosmarie Hausherr] -- Text and photographs describe the appearance and function of almost twenty types of shoes, including work boots, snowshoes, and basketball sneakers.