Read Aloud Rhymes for the Very Young PDF/EPUB ✓

Read Aloud Rhymes for the Very Young PDF/EPUB ✓


Read Aloud Rhymes for the Very Young [Reading] ➶ Read Aloud Rhymes for the Very Young ➽ Jack Prelutsky – Capitalsoftworks.co.uk First published in 1986 and just as fresh and relevant today this widely acclaimed child friendly poetry anthology is now being reissued with a striking new jacket In his introduction to this book Jim First published in and just as fresh Rhymes for PDF/EPUB ì and relevant today this widely acclaimed child friendly poetry anthology is now being reissued with a striking new jacket In his introduction to this book Jim Trelease bestselling author of The read Aloud Handbook writes “No one better recognizes the essence of the child poetry connection than poet and anthologist Jack Prelutsky Here are than little poems to feed little people with little attention spans to help both grow Marc Brown’s inviting Read Aloud PDF or illustrations add a visual dimension to the poems which further engage young imaginations” The poems are by of the best known poets of the th centuryThis book has been selected as a Common Core State Standards Text Exemplar Grades K Poetry in Appendix B.

  • Hardcover
  • 112 pages
  • Read Aloud Rhymes for the Very Young
  • Jack Prelutsky
  • English
  • 15 March 2014
  • 9780394872186

About the Author: Jack Prelutsky

Jack Prelutsky is an American poet He attended Rhymes for PDF/EPUB ì New York public schools and later the High School of Music and Art and Hunter College Prelutsky who has also worked as a busboy furniture mover folk singer and cab driver claims that he hated poetry in grade school because of the way it was taught He is the author of than poetry collections including Nightmares Poems to Trouble Your.



10 thoughts on “Read Aloud Rhymes for the Very Young

  1. Dalton Collins Dalton Collins says:

    I enjoyed the poems inside this book They are very short and simple to appeal to toddlers The illustrations are colorful and give a fun image to compliment each poem I believe it would be a good book for mothers or fathers to read with their very young children to practice sounds

  2. Haley Haley says:

    My kids loved these rhymes and fun illustrations This book became a beloved part of our homeschool day

  3. Chloe DeRocker Chloe DeRocker says:

    1 Awards the book has received none2 Appropriate grade levels Pre k to 2nd grade3 Original 3 line summary Read Aloud Rhymes For the Very Young includes a plethora of rhymes and poems for children The book is arranged so rhymes of the same topic are located next to each other from rain to holidays to bathtime Almost every rhyme is accompanied by an illustration from Marc Brown 4 Original 3 line review Read Aloud Rhymes For the Very Young is a beautifully put together work of children's rhymes and poems The poems and rhymes are very on topic for young children's wonders and the beautiful illustrations help readers visualize the words being recited Everyone is guaranteed to find at least one poem in the book that speaks to them 5 2 3 possible in class uses This book can be used as an encyclopedia of children's poems The way the poems are organized makes it easy for teachers or parents to find a poem to fit a specific event or occasion This book is also very helpful in teaching young children rhyming words With each poem containing its own rhymes there are hundreds of rhyming words at the reader's disposal

  4. Kim Pietrobono Kim Pietrobono says:

    Awards NAGrade Preschool Grade 5Summary The book is filled with almost 100 pages of nursery rhymes and songs Song lyrics and sheet music are also included to go along with it There are classic nursery rhymes including “Hickory Dickory Dock” “Patty Cake” and “Miss Mary Mack” Review I really like this book because it contains a number of pieces particularly nursery rhymes that most students will know so everyone can participate and feel included I also like that the pieces are mostly short in length so that students will remain engaged I think this book can be utilized as a very basic starting point for students to learn other challenging concepts like poetry in a fun and unintimidating way In Class Use The book can be used as a fun way to start the day having a different student every day picking one of the pieces and singing the song and dancingmoving together Another use can be during a mini lesson implicitlyexplicitly teaching students different areas of phonological awareness rhyming onset and rime alliteration syllables etc

  5. Crystal Velez Crystal Velez says:

    Awards NAGrades Birth Grade 2Summary This book contains almost a hundred pages of very short nursery rhymes Review The pictures are vibrant and detailed There is an illustration that corresponds to each individual nursery rhyme The rhymes are relatively short as are the attention spans of small children so one could skip around in the book and stop reading wheneverIn Class Use Using their imagination to create art ex a lot of the nursery ryhmes are imaginative and are not real they could make their own drawings in relation to what they have just read There's a rhyme called I Wish and it goes among the lines of If I could wish I'd be a fish for just a day or two ext I would have the students illustrate and write what they would look like as a fish and what they would do

  6. Stephanie Bange Stephanie Bange says:

    I am so happy to see this collection of poetry for young children back in print It is one that I remember receiving as a gift and reading aloud from when my daughters were young Prelutsky shows his brilliance in selecting just the right poems and Marc Brown's illustrations are just right I had to smile as I sang aloud the first poem it was a song my first grade music teacher had taught in school in the 1960's My only wish for this book is that it were a bit diverse visually The lion's share of the illustrations show anthropomorphic animals in the story While there are children of color included they are shown in far fewer numbers in comparison It reads very white Given when this was first published 1986 I think it stands the test and deserves space on the shelf for it

  7. Anthony Minieri Anthony Minieri says:

    PoetryAwards NAAppropriate Grade Levels k 5Summary Read Aloud Rhymes for the Very Young is another fantastic poem book that features poetry from some of the best and most well known poets of the past The poems within this book showcase many animals stories that will captivate the attention of young readersReview Read Aloud Rhymes for the Very Young is a must have for teachers of young children Not only are the poems easy to read but they're also captivating making this book and excellent gateway for children into the world of poetryIn Class Uses tool to enhance attention span of young readers; children will really enjoy this book inspiration for writing poetry independently

  8. Gabrielle Gabrielle says:

    Title Read Aloud Rhymes for the very youngAward None Appropriate grade levels Pre k 1nd gradeSummary This book has various nursery rhymes that are perfect for young childrenReview I would give this book a 5 I think reading or hearing these nursery rhymes is perfect for young children The types of nursery rhymes are all different in this book so finding one that you might like is very easyPossible in class uses Some uses for this book are teaching kids about nursery rhymes and then having them make their own or have students discuss what their favorite nursery rhyme is and why

  9. Nava Rubinstein Nava Rubinstein says:

    Awards NoneAppropriate grade levels K 2Summary A fantastic selection of poems that has a vast variety of lengths and difficulties to choose from The rhymes are accompanied with small related picturesReview This collection of poems is really great There is a wide selection of topics and lengths that make it very adaptive for many age groups The illustrations are playful and make each poem memorableIn class uses This book is great for having children hi light the rhyming words in a print out of the poem With each pair of rhyming words they could be encouraged to come up with another word that also rhymes with them

  10. Destiney Criss Destiney Criss says:

    This book Read Aloud Rhymes For The Very Young by Jack Prelutsky is a poetry children's book for ages k 2nd grade This poetry book is about 200 different little short poems to help young children grow I rated this book a 4 out of 5 stars because i enjoyed everything about this book These are very short and simple poems that i think would appeal to 2 3 year olds The illustrations are full of color and are very vibrant that give each poem a compliment I think that this book would be very useful for parents to read to their young children to help teach them about color I am so glad to see a collection of poetry that is appealing to the younger children

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10 thoughts on “Read Aloud Rhymes for the Very Young

  1. Dalton Collins Dalton Collins says:

    I enjoyed the poems inside this book They are very short and simple to appeal to toddlers The illustrations are colorful and give a fun image to compliment each poem I believe it would be a good book for mothers or fathers to read with their very young children to practice sounds

  2. Haley Haley says:

    My kids loved these rhymes and fun illustrations This book became a beloved part of our homeschool day

  3. Chloe DeRocker Chloe DeRocker says:

    1 Awards the book has received none2 Appropriate grade levels Pre k to 2nd grade3 Original 3 line summary Read Aloud Rhymes For the Very Young includes a plethora of rhymes and poems for children The book is arranged so rhymes of the same topic are located next to each other from rain to holidays to bathtime Almost every rhyme is accompanied by an illustration from Marc Brown 4 Original 3 line review Read Aloud Rhymes For the Very Young is a beautifully put together work of children's rhymes and poems The poems and rhymes are very on topic for young children's wonders and the beautiful illustrations help readers visualize the words being recited Everyone is guaranteed to find at least one poem in the book that speaks to them 5 2 3 possible in class uses This book can be used as an encyclopedia of children's poems The way the poems are organized makes it easy for teachers or parents to find a poem to fit a specific event or occasion This book is also very helpful in teaching young children rhyming words With each poem containing its own rhymes there are hundreds of rhyming words at the reader's disposal

  4. Kim Pietrobono Kim Pietrobono says:

    Awards NAGrade Preschool Grade 5Summary The book is filled with almost 100 pages of nursery rhymes and songs Song lyrics and sheet music are also included to go along with it There are classic nursery rhymes including “Hickory Dickory Dock” “Patty Cake” and “Miss Mary Mack” Review I really like this book because it contains a number of pieces particularly nursery rhymes that most students will know so everyone can participate and feel included I also like that the pieces are mostly short in length so that students will remain engaged I think this book can be utilized as a very basic starting point for students to learn other challenging concepts like poetry in a fun and unintimidating way In Class Use The book can be used as a fun way to start the day having a different student every day picking one of the pieces and singing the song and dancingmoving together Another use can be during a mini lesson implicitlyexplicitly teaching students different areas of phonological awareness rhyming onset and rime alliteration syllables etc

  5. Crystal Velez Crystal Velez says:

    Awards NAGrades Birth Grade 2Summary This book contains almost a hundred pages of very short nursery rhymes Review The pictures are vibrant and detailed There is an illustration that corresponds to each individual nursery rhyme The rhymes are relatively short as are the attention spans of small children so one could skip around in the book and stop reading wheneverIn Class Use Using their imagination to create art ex a lot of the nursery ryhmes are imaginative and are not real they could make their own drawings in relation to what they have just read There's a rhyme called I Wish and it goes among the lines of If I could wish I'd be a fish for just a day or two ext I would have the students illustrate and write what they would look like as a fish and what they would do

  6. Stephanie Bange Stephanie Bange says:

    I am so happy to see this collection of poetry for young children back in print It is one that I remember receiving as a gift and reading aloud from when my daughters were young Prelutsky shows his brilliance in selecting just the right poems and Marc Brown's illustrations are just right I had to smile as I sang aloud the first poem it was a song my first grade music teacher had taught in school in the 1960's My only wish for this book is that it were a bit diverse visually The lion's share of the illustrations show anthropomorphic animals in the story While there are children of color included they are shown in far fewer numbers in comparison It reads very white Given when this was first published 1986 I think it stands the test and deserves space on the shelf for it

  7. Anthony Minieri Anthony Minieri says:

    PoetryAwards NAAppropriate Grade Levels k 5Summary Read Aloud Rhymes for the Very Young is another fantastic poem book that features poetry from some of the best and most well known poets of the past The poems within this book showcase many animals stories that will captivate the attention of young readersReview Read Aloud Rhymes for the Very Young is a must have for teachers of young children Not only are the poems easy to read but they're also captivating making this book and excellent gateway for children into the world of poetryIn Class Uses tool to enhance attention span of young readers; children will really enjoy this book inspiration for writing poetry independently

  8. Gabrielle Gabrielle says:

    Title Read Aloud Rhymes for the very youngAward None Appropriate grade levels Pre k 1nd gradeSummary This book has various nursery rhymes that are perfect for young childrenReview I would give this book a 5 I think reading or hearing these nursery rhymes is perfect for young children The types of nursery rhymes are all different in this book so finding one that you might like is very easyPossible in class uses Some uses for this book are teaching kids about nursery rhymes and then having them make their own or have students discuss what their favorite nursery rhyme is and why

  9. Nava Rubinstein Nava Rubinstein says:

    Awards NoneAppropriate grade levels K 2Summary A fantastic selection of poems that has a vast variety of lengths and difficulties to choose from The rhymes are accompanied with small related picturesReview This collection of poems is really great There is a wide selection of topics and lengths that make it very adaptive for many age groups The illustrations are playful and make each poem memorableIn class uses This book is great for having children hi light the rhyming words in a print out of the poem With each pair of rhyming words they could be encouraged to come up with another word that also rhymes with them

  10. Destiney Criss Destiney Criss says:

    This book Read Aloud Rhymes For The Very Young by Jack Prelutsky is a poetry children's book for ages k 2nd grade This poetry book is about 200 different little short poems to help young children grow I rated this book a 4 out of 5 stars because i enjoyed everything about this book These are very short and simple poems that i think would appeal to 2 3 year olds The illustrations are full of color and are very vibrant that give each poem a compliment I think that this book would be very useful for parents to read to their young children to help teach them about color I am so glad to see a collection of poetry that is appealing to the younger children

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