Bee In The Barn Tonya Wildfong

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Published: January 15th 2013

Kindle Edition

12 pages


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Bee In The Barn  by  Tonya Wildfong

Bee In The Barn by Tonya Wildfong
January 15th 2013 | Kindle Edition | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, audiobook, mp3, ZIP | 12 pages | ISBN: | 10.73 Mb

Every child has been lonely at one time or another and eager for a friend. Learn about body parts in this rhyming story with colorful illustrations that grab your attention on this non-stop adventure. Follow Bees funny antics as he meets a littleMoreEvery child has been lonely at one time or another and eager for a friend.

Learn about body parts in this rhyming story with colorful illustrations that grab your attention on this non-stop adventure. Follow Bees funny antics as he meets a little girl and her dog. A wacky game of tag ensures, taking bee and the girl from the barnyard and garden to the tree swing and pond.

These lovable characters make you want to come back to play again and again. Escape lifes noisy distractions with your child through a simple story about a brave little bee. Enhance family bonds through interactive play, build language neural connections, reading readiness, and laugh together during the process.A nationwide survey in October 2011 of 500 kindergarten teachers, conducted by the Early Learning Academy, revealed that two-thirds (334) of the teachers believe most children are unprepared for kindergarten level school.

Bee in the Barn assists with language development and cognitive recognition through repetition and rhyming. Listen to what one Teacher of the Year is saying:What an absolutey adorable book! As a former Kinder and 1st grade teacher, I loved not only the use of rhyme but the five senses and body part embedded components. I can easily see young children pointing to pictures, asking questions and captivated by the adventures of the bee.

Your book reminds me of Brown Bear, Brown Bear, in the simple rhyme and rhythm of the words. Finally, as a teacher of English language learners, phonemic awareness is often lacking for these students and the rhyming patterns are intriguing to students and they love to play rhyming games. I could easily take this book and create many different lessons for it. Thanks again for sharing it with me!

- Joy Weiss, State Teacher of the Year, National Teacher of the Year Nominee



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