This is intended for young child from ages 1-4. The illustrations are bright and vibrant. For each letter in the book their are pictures of both veggies and fruits that start with that letter. Research is valuable, but young readers will be most interested in the colorful, expertly executed illustrations. Original 3-line review This is a great book to teach children about the different letters in the alphabet. Eating the Alphabet is an alphabetic journey regarding various fruits and vegetables.
Review: I love this book! Appropriate grade level s Kindergarten-1st Original 3-line summary This is an alphabet book with wonderful paintings to assist the print. They are surrounded by their good friends chowing down on unhealthy quick food and desserts, foods and beverages high in simple carbohydrates that result in overweight and weight problems. You can even invite your child to trace the letter you wrote with a marker or a crayon. Eating the Alphabet by Lois Ehlert 1. It would be really fun to have a fruit and vegetable party while we read this book. The last few pages contain more information i. Kids will love looking at these different fruits and vegetables and probably discover something they have never tried before.
We've compiled a five page list of the these best books on the market. The teacher should sit back and see with the child gained any information about upper and lower case letters from the book and assist if needed. However, I thought the glossary at the end was interesting. I like this book because it has both upper and lower case letters on each page for each word. Some letter only have one picture but some have up to six. See more ideas about Preschool, Dramatic play centers and Day Care.
Grade Level: Pre K - 1 3. This lesson can easily be integrated into a unit on food and can be extended to include other types of food. She lives in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Please wear comfortable, closed-toe shoes. Both the uppercase and lower case letters are shown, as well as the fruits and vegetables written out in all uppercase and all lowercase. This book has not won any awards 2. It has pictures of all different types of fruits and vegetables, along with the printed words in both capital and lowercase letters.
Some of the fruits and veggies mentioned are not commonly known and are even hard to pronounce for older adults. That being said, the simplicity of this book is great for children who are just beginning to emerge into phonics instruction. Children can learn about new foods while they learn their letters. They would then label their pictures with words. Any why would I do it? I think this book is appropriate for preschool and kindergarten.
Inspired by Lois Ehlert's fabulous book. I also like that the b 1. The different fruits and veggies mentioned in the book could be brought in the classroom. We recommend eating a light meal or snack before class, as most samples are generally served towards the end of class. It also have includes fruits and vegetables that have the same letter. I kept being reminded of the book The Little Engine That Could and how good the apples and oranges looked on the book cover.
This book introduces children to the alphabet and different fruits and vegetables. Even if they cannot read all of the words yet, the pictures of each kind of food will help guide their understanding. From apricot to huckleberry and radishes, this book will leave students hungry for more information. I think this is an awe I love that this book introduces fruit and vegetables in a fun way. Summary: This book goes through the alphabet and addresses all of the different fruits and vegetables that begin with the letter they are talking about.
The pages feature the letter and the name of the fruit in a big font in both upper and lowercase letters. On chart paper I would list all of the fruits we would incorporate into our salad and have the students raise their hands to say which letter it starts with. I think it is a fun and colorful way to combine the alphabet and food. Children can learn about n This book has not won any awards. Appropriate grade level s : This book is appropriate for children from Preschool- Kindergarten.
I really like how the word is repeated twice, it gives the students a chance to repeat and practice with each word. For each letter in the book their are pictures of both veggies and fruits that start with that letter. The book is a spring board for a letter game at the store, in the kitchen, etc. I think this book could get young kids interested in eating various vegetables and fruits. Kids will love looking at these different fruits and vegetables and probably discover something they have never tried before.