Eating the Alphabet
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While teaching upper- and lowercase letters to preschoolers, Ehlert introduces fruits and vegetables from around the world. A glossary at the end provides interesting facts about each food.
Cooking projects provide a highly motivating, real-life application for learning. This child-friendly recipe is based on a piece of children's literature. Read the book, and then collaborate to make this delicious food to enjoy together.
Mrs. Peanuckle's Vegetable Alphabet introduces babies and toddlers to a colorful variety of vegetables, from asparagus to zucchini. Perfect to read aloud, this vegetable buffet will delight children and parents alike with its yummy vegetable facts and vibrant illustrations. Learning the ABCs has never been so delicious! Mrs. Peanuckle's Vegetable Alphabet is the first in a series of board books celebrating the joy of nature at home and in the backyard, from fresh fruits and vegetables to birds, bugs, flowers, and trees.
Hundreds of surprising and astonishing facts about food are revealed in this unusual A to Z From A to Z, Eating the Alphabet is a wonderful dictionary of the essential and the ridiculous relating to all things food and drink. People and inventions, recipes and their origins, vegetables and fine wines; all are served up and dissected to reveal the curiosities that we swallow up every day. Enteries include "A" for Artusi and the case of minestroni and cholera, "M" for Marilyn Monroe and her artichoke crown, "Q" for Quiche and how an Italian ambassador mispronounced it to barmaids, and "S" for (Granny) Smith and her unintended orchard.
Learn the alphabet and words while coloring with our printable alphabet coloring pages. The theme of each letter is from our popular alphabet. Coloring the alphabet is a good way to introduce the youngest learners to letters of the alphabet through an activity they like. It doesn't matter if they can't yet read it, they can still color in the shapes and gradually familiarize themselves with the letters and words, this helps with further learning later on. Your child will enjoy coloring, as well as the cute pictures which accompany each letter. The pages in this set make a nice book for good vacation or a fun day activity.
Describes some of the many things in the natural world, such as worms, seashells, flowers, and stars, that a child can appreciate, illustrated in silhouette.
A father and child watch the cherry tree in their back yard, waiting until there are ripe cherries to bake in a pie. Includes a recipe for cherry pie.
Planned activities are suggested for over 200 alphabet books and include objective(s), materials, and suggested grade level. Recommended for school librarians, teachers, and parents.
Such entries as American ants, birds on bikes, and cow in car are in this alphabet book.
In this story, readers get to visit local farmers, fill baskets with fresh fruits and vegetables, and then head home to cook a feast, all with goodies from the farmers' market! Featuring Stefan Page's graphic art, this delightful ebook is filled with bold splashes of color and unique patterns. Plus, this is a fixed-format version of the book, which looks nearly identical to the print version.
This alphabet book of fantastic LEGO creations is specifically for toddlers. It's a visual LEGO feast rather than an instructional book. The colorful, bold images are easily recognizable for the youngest LEGO enthusiasts.
The various letters of the alphabet are illustrated by descriptions of farm animals and discussions of life on a farm
"Dad says we are going to grow vegetable soup." So begins Lois Ehlert’s bright, bold picture book about vegetable gardening for the very young. The necessary tools are pictured and labeled, as are the seeds (green bean, pea, corn, zucchini squash, and carrot). Then the real gardening happens . . . planting, weeding, harvesting, washing, chopping, and cooking! In the end? "It was the best soup ever." Ehlert’s simple, colorful cut-paper-style illustrations are child-friendly, as is the big black type. A recipe for vegetable soup tops it all off!
T-Rex loves the alphabet so much, he wants to eat it up. So he takes a bite or two, and he finds that C is chewy, D is delicious, and K tastes great with ketchup! Go out to eat with T-Rex, get a taste of this appetizing alphabet—and learn a little about food and a lot about fun! •Nearly half a million Bernard Most dinosaur books sold to date •Uses the alphabet to introduce many foods to very young children
Incorporate writing instruction in your classroom as an essential element of literacy development while implementing best practices. Simplify the planning of writing instruction and become familiar with the Common Core State Standards of Writing.
Introduces the letters A to Z by describing fish and other creatures living in the North Atlantic Ocean.
Berries, apples, melons, and grapes; oranges, grapefruits, bananas -- yum! This scrumptious picture book, a companion to The Vegetables We Eat, offers youngsters an inviting, information-packed cornucopia of favorite fruits. Gail Gibbons combines a clear, simple text with her signature illustrations to present fruit facts galore: the parts of fruits, where and how they grow, harvesting, processing, where to buy them, and how to enjoy them as part of a healthy diet.
Ready to go birding? Quick! Can you think of a bird whose name begins with X? Jerry Pallotta found one, and also birds for Q and Z and all the other letters of the alphabet. But this isn't a simple "A is for Atlantic Puffin" kind of alphabet book. Find out where these birds live, how they survive, and the unique qualities that make them interesting. Full of facts and fun, this book is sure to intrigue children with its array of feathered friends, from the familiar to the exotic. Take a brilliant tour of the bird world.
Go on a farm-to-table journey through a colorful alphabet of fruits, vegetables and other plant-based foods as several adorable kids learn about nutrition. Written in rhymes using positive language, kids will learn: the plant-based food groups, the power of nutrients, and the joy of farming, cooking, and eating healthy!