My Jihad: The True Story of An American Mujahid's Amazing Journey from Usama Bin Laden's Training Camps to Counterterrorism with the FBI and CIA gI really enjoyed this one Besides thereat pictures and learning "how to count up to 26 something I m focusing on "to count up to 26 something I m focusing on my 3 yr old twins you The Book of Leviathan get to learn interesting things about the bugs you hate So while my preschoolers were learning their numbers my 5 yr old and I were learning new things about bugs like how Kissing Bugsot their name I also liked that not only did the book Nine Ghosts go up to the number 26 my twins can already count to ten we re learning bigger numbers now it also had the words spelled out which isood practice for my 5 yr old Then surprise ending at the back of the book that tells you why they count up to 26 bugs I won t ruin the surprise for you Which added another dimension of fun when we read through the book again Overall a Las Maravillosas Obras de Dios: Historias B�blicas Para La Familia great learning tool and something any kid who loves icky bugs canet into I like that this book starts with zero I also like that this book encourages counting It also has a fun surprise the end 1992 You ve ot to love a counting book that starts with zero a number most authors overlook "And Counts Through 26 "counts through 26 26 You may not realize until you et to the end that there has been one bug for every letter of the alphabet in reverse order from Zebra Swallowtail Butterfly to Army Ants The text is engagingly informative with facts such as wasps were making paper from chewed up wood thousands of years before people figured out how to do it and pillbugs are crustaceans like lobsters and crabsRalph Masiello s illustrations are painted in a simple realistic style that is appropriate
TO THE INFORMATIVE NATURE OF THIS FACT FILLED BOOKSUITABLE the informative nature of this fact filled bookSuitable reading aloud to younger children target audience PK 3rd The New Song: For the Sunday School, Societies of Christian Endeavor, and Other Religious Exercises (Classic Reprint) grade I enjoy these Icky Bug books and the kids do too This one has an interesting twistpuzzle to solve at the end which is nice My son has had this book since infancy and we ve tried to read it a few times but he always needed a modified version to sit through it just counting or counting with just a few details from the text etc Now at 5 12 he s ready to sit through the whole thing and eats up all the bug facts My 2 year old sat through the whole thing willingly and attentively as well but probably only because her big brother was there providing an example This is definitely better for the 4 6 age range This counting book from zero to twenty six not only teaches how to count but provides excellent factual information on insects and bugs as well The readerets bang for the buck as nature is revealed Jerry Pallotta s The Icky Bug Counting Book was a beautiful blend of learning and counting Not only does he. For many children icky bugs are endlessly fascinating This book helps children discover why farmers like. .
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of each page There is a lot oing on in each page making the children want to payeach page There is a lot oing on in each page making the children want to pay "attentionConsideration of Instructional Application 3 4 sentences in your own wordsI could use this book as not "of Instructional Application 3 4 sentences in your own wordsI could use this book as not a counting book but I could use it as a research project I could break the children up in to Arabian Challenge groups andive "them a number and whatever number I ive them the bug represented on that page is the bug they have "a number and whatever number I ive them the bug represented on that page is the bug they have research I could teach research skills computer skills and foster creativity through this activity This book is truly versatile being able to be used for many subjects other than just counting The Icky Bug Counting Book starts at 0 and counts various bugs on each page up to the number 26 At the end you discover that there are 26 different bugs because there are 26 letters of the alphabet and each bug starts with a different letter So in essence you re learning both the alphabet and numbers I was actually pretty fascinated by this I know I m literally a childPallotta is not only teaching kids to count and read but he s also teaching them about various insects His facts are pretty interesting many of which I didn t even know so I m sure it s fun for the parent to read too I learned about all kinds of bugs from Yellowjacket Flies to Click Beetles I especially loved Pallotta s comments on the bugs and I have a feeling children love them too For instance when talking about the Zebra Swallowtail Butterfly Pallotta mentions that butterflies taste with their feet He then remarks Can you imagine if people tasted their ice cream cones with their feet I love it And I love his sarcasm Why are uestion Mark Butterflies called uestion Marks That s a Der Verlorene Koffer: A Graded Reader for Beginning Students good uestion Ah and let s not forget Ralph Masiello the wonderful illustrator of this counting book The illustrations arereat super colorful and vivid with a lot of detail concerning each bug They look incredibly realistic I love this book entirely too much It s literally just a counting book for children and I already want to read it again I am ridiculous I kind of want to read Pallotta s alphabet book Guilty pleasure If you have kids that are learning to read and to count this is a ILLERAMMA Kathalu great one Take it from me an unmarried woman without any children to read to I picked this book up at a second hand store on a whim It was soooooo delightful Starting with Zero wasenius I learned so much about bugs Yet the whole thing was appropriate for a young child Genius And the fact that if you read it backwards the bugs are in alphabetical order My 2nd American Literature Student Text graders loved it. Bugs and insectsKidset a look at the fascinating world of insects while practicing their counting skil. Teach about numbers Ralph Masiello s illustrations depict the number of bugs for each number except for the invisible fleas on the dog As result number except for the invisible fleas on the dog As a result reader is invited to participate actively counting as well as learning about numbers Further science fun biology facts and big vocabulary such as exoskeleton are introduced throughout this book I enjoyed it but was puzzled by the ending which I thought was weird Every page is consumed with numbers number educationapplication and fun facts However the final page attempts a play on words to make the reader think and apply what heshe has learned In theory it is a neat ending in reality it is way to confusing for the intended audience Title italicize The Icky Bug Counting BookAuthor Jerry PallottaIllustrator Ralph MascielloGenre Counting BookThemes 123 ABC BookOpening linesentence 0 Zero Most counting books start with the number one This book starts with none Zero Zero is a number There are zero bugs on this page Brief Book Summary The book oes through numbers all the way to 26 representing the 26 letters of the alphabet If the reader reads the book from back to front this book becomes an ABC Book not just a counting "Book Each Page Represents A "Each page represents a with a rhyming phrase and hidden bugs of that number Each rhyming phrase teaches the reader about the bug featured on that page Professional RecommendationReview 1Dr Linda Hummel Fitzharris Science Book and Films The Icky Bug Counting Book is a refreshing change from many of the books designed for young children The content is challenging and relates to the world surrounding the child uickly the young learner is exposed to the yellowjacket fly and the paper wasp Professional RecommendationReview 2 Jennifer Frenchi Kindergarten TeacherEmail Interview This book is a reat read a loud for students I use this to teach science activities and create lessons from it The words used in the book are challenging so the children are always asking uestions about what they mean Response to Two Professional Reviews Both of the reviews mention the difficult language for children in the books which I noticed as well Frenchi s review explains how she uses it for different content areas other than numbers which I did not think of doing The bright colors and different style in which this book is written makes it a favorite among children or so it seems from the reviews Evaluation of Literary ElementsThe illustrations are realistic looking but all of the bugs are hidden in the pictures The hidden bugs prove fun for students as they can search for them all but I fe. The praying mantis how the water spider breathes underwater and other intriguing facts about the world of.