[Epub] ➛ Polar Bear, Polar Bear, What Do You Hear? Author Bill Martin Jr. – Loanexpress.us

Polar Bear, Polar Bear, What Do You Hear? What Will You Hear When You Read This Book To A Preschool Child Lots Of Noise Children Will Chant The Rhythmic Words They Ll Make The Sounds The Animals Make And They Ll Pretend To Be The Zoo Animals Featured In The Book Look At The Last Page Bill Martin Jr And Eric Carle Are Two Of The Most Respected Names In Children S Education And Children S Illustrations This

[Epub] ➛ Polar Bear, Polar Bear, What Do You Hear?  Author Bill Martin Jr. – Loanexpress.us
  • Hardcover
  • 32 pages
  • Polar Bear, Polar Bear, What Do You Hear?
  • Bill Martin Jr.
  • English
  • 08 June 2017
  • 0805017593

    10 thoughts on “[Epub] ➛ Polar Bear, Polar Bear, What Do You Hear? Author Bill Martin Jr. – Loanexpress.us


  1. says:

    Vastly superior to Brown Bear, Brown Bear in my humble opinion , and infinitelyentertaining when read to you by a 2 year old who conflates the two and starts saying things like, Polar Bear, Polar Bear, what do you see I see a h...


  2. says:

    The key to reading this one out loud is getting into character as the animals You ve got to roar like a lion, growl like a polar Bear and hiss like a Boa Constricter You ve got to commit, go Old school Stanislavski like a young Brando Be the frigging snake Be the Bear little Ones Dig it And when you are phoning in the performance they will know that too THEY WILL MAKE YOU PAY So don t phone it in...


  3. says:

    5 stars for Eric Carle s art.1 star for Bill Martin Jr s words a grudging average of 3 stars.I tried, D I fully committed to the animals, man I was like Robert deNiro shooting heroin for Raging Bull I gained weight to play the purple walrus how the hell am I going to lose it I painted myself with gentian violet, grew a handlebar mustache, jammed a couple of carrots under my lip and flopped around grunting.I poured honey all over myself and rolled in flour to play the titular Polar Bear 5 stars for Eric Carle s art.1 star for Bill Martin Jr s words a grudging average of 3 stars.I tried, D I fully committed to the animals, man I was like Robert deNiro shooting heroin for Raging Bull I gained weight to play the purple walrus how the hell am I going to lose it I painted myself with gentian violet, grew a handlebar mustache, jammed a couple of carrots under my lip and flopped around grunting.I poured honey all over myself and rolled in flour to play the titular Polar Bear I cracked out my old Don Johnson duds to be the ...


  4. says:

    Delightful read aloud New rule if you read the same book to a small childthan 20 times in one day, it counts toward your GoodReads challenge.


  5. says:

    I grabbed this because I was doing story time and Brown Bear was missing Pro tip do not take this into storytime unless you know what a flamingo and a peacock sound like.


  6. says:

    I was surprised at how much my kids laughed at this book I think they decided all the words for animal noises bray, hiss, snort, etc were pretty funny sounding, and I guess I d have to agree This is certainly my favorite Brown Bear sequel The illustra...


  7. says:

    This book is exciting to read and while reading, you may find that the characters of the animals create a rhythmic sound You could easily create a melody or make this book into your own sing a long that will engage the children into the characters and movement of these zoo animals The words written on each page are catchy, easy to read and easy to remember for young children Another thing is the bold colors and the different designs and shapes of these animals CREATIVE EXPERIENCE One of the This book is exciting to read and while reading, you may find that the characters of the animals create a rhythmic sound You could easily create a melody or make this book into your own sing a long that will engage the children into the characters and movement of these zoo animals The words written on each page are catchy, easy to read and easy to remember for young children Another thing is the bold colors and the different designs and shapes of these animals CREATIVE EXPERIENCE One of the activities I had in mind is cutting out large enough pictures of each animal, gluing them on card stock and putting holes for eyes to see through the picture Assign each child an animal to imitate, and act out loud, the sound it makes, for the class Then the teacher re reads the story and includes each child and their best version of their animal, a speaking part in the story Another way in being creative with this story, is re read this stor...


  8. says:

    Polar Bear, Polar Bear, What Do You Hear Is a fabulous book for getting children used to rhythmic words I have read this book lots of time to children and they always enjoy repeating the story with me It is very good in encouraging drama and role play skills I have used it in a cross curricular way incorporating it in a PE lesson getting the children to pretend that that they are the different animals in the story, and to move around like them The pages in the story are ...


  9. says:

    Basic plot animals and the sounds they make.Ok, Eric Carle s art is interesting, but I don t find it to be phenomenal There are some good words in the text to describe the sounds animals make, but they are hard to reproduce when reading to a small child if you ve never actually heard the sounds in question Matter of fact, I would have rated this a solid 2 and moved on, BUT my son picked up on the pattern of the pages and started chiming in to read the story with me after just a few pages Basic plot animals and the sounds they make.Ok, Eric Carle s art is inter...


  10. says:

    E I don t like how it s kind of like a song.

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