2 edition of Teeny Tiny Teacher found in the catalog.
Teeny Tiny Teacher
September 2002 by Turtleback Books Distributed by Demco Media .
Written in English
|Contributions||Denis Roche (Illustrator)|
|The Physical Object|
I was so much more at ease in the classroom, in my skin, in general. The setting is now a contemporary school, which Roche playfully equips for characters sized like Borrowers, or the Playskool people they more closely resemble. That where this book truly shines with a great series of indexes. Why was the grandfather clock not a good hiding place? Original content here is published under these license terms: X Non-commercial, Attribution, no Derivative work License Abstract: You may copy this content, and re-publish it in unmodified form for non-commercial purposes, provided you include an overt attribution to the author s.
The pace builds to a climax when a "teeny tiny voice" from the closet grows increasingly louder "Give me my bone! Another idea of a great evening is going out to dinner with my girlfriends. I don't care. I do not like to go to clubs. Because the teeny tiny ghost was crying. Why did all the ghosts from school clap and cheer?
This is in a more conversational style than the Stitches for Effect series and I really like it. Jun 25, Jackie Pino added it Everything in this book is teeny tiny. I love to write. Leaving the message that that you should not take objects that are not yours, this quirky book is fun for all ages.
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Like its precursor, "The Teeny Tiny Woman," the story will capture the attention of children who will be wondering just who is demanding "Give me back my bone," in ever-increasing volume.
The writing offers a plethora of repetition and alliteration for young children to hear as it is read aloud. There are two ways to look at this.
Why did the teeny tiny ghost decide to be brave? Finally, the teacher stands up to the voice and it is never heard from again. Alternately she scolds, "Someone is being a teeny tiny bit silly," and "Teeny tiny students who have something to say must raise their teeny tiny hands.
And when this teeny-tiny woman had been to sleep a teeny-tiny time, she was awakened by a teeny-tiny voice from the teeny-tiny cupboard, which said: 'Give me my bone! The second servant was given 2 talents and he invested it, too. I love to write. Strong thought - The teeny tiny ghost was so afraid.
I have a tough class this year. And we only have three months to go! Reading level: 2. I want to love on these kids. You know, a good ole soul searching post.
You are not permitted to create derivative works. Be sure to find 3 pieces of evidence to support this his, he, the teeny tiny ghost. Red or white. Need another example of my poor attitude? My turn was last week and my parable was The Ten Talents. No matter what.
Maybe The teacher, students, school, and park are teeny tiny. I will not waste my talents! And when this teeny-tiny woman had gone a teeny-tiny way, she came to a teeny-tiny gate; so the teeny-tiny woman opened the teeny-tiny gate, and went into a teeny-tiny churchyard.
And they agreed and got over it. Reading level: 2. Unfortunately, the juxtaposition of school setting and scary theme seems jarring; the classroom is too cheery to be frightening. A preview of the goodies included in the skills and strategies teaching packet.
The teeny tiny ghost tried to do his homework but he scared himself. The change happened because the teeny tiny ghost wanted to be brave for his cats.
There is no other way around it. A diminutive teacher and her even more diminutive students find a mysterious bone and are subsequently haunted by a mysterious voice.Aug 24, · The diagrams, while not always large, are generally easy to see.
One nice feature is that the book isn’t crowded with stitches, as most smaller books are; there is one stitch per page. What you do find that really shows off Carolyn’s skill as a teacher, is a discussion for each stitch of when and how it.
Hello. My name is Kristin and I have no clue what I'm doing anymore. I didn't even blog last week because I HAD NOTHING TO SAY. And when I sat down to write this today, I actually wondered if I had already written everything there ever was to say, and this was the end of my blog, and the world as I.
Get this from a library! The teeny tiny teacher: a teeny tiny ghost story. [Stephanie Calmenson; Denis Roche] -- In this variation on the old English folktale, a teeny tiny teacher takes a teeny tiny bone back to her classroom and has it subsequently disrupted by a teeny tiny voice asking for the bone.
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Kay Winters, a former teacher and language arts consultant, is now devoting herself to writing for children full-time. Kay is the author of a number of children's books, including Whooo's Haunting The Teeny Tiny Ghost?, also illustrated by Lynn Munsinger; Did You See What I Saw?: /5.
Get this from a library! The teeny tiny teacher. [Stephanie Calmenson; Denis Roche] -- In this variation on the old English folktale, a teeny tiny teacher takes a teeny tiny bone back to her classroom and has it subsequently disrupted by a teeny tiny voice asking for the bone.
The scary story of the teeny tiny woman has been expanded into an explanatory tale that works well on its own but without the original story’s pounce of surprise.
Here a teeny tiny teacher is the heroine, and the setting is her tiny classroom. On a walk in the park with her students, the teacher finds a bone, which she pockets and then forgets.