[Ebook] A Skunk in My Bunk By Christopher Cerf – serv3.3pub.co.uk

[Ebook] A Skunk in My Bunk By Christopher Cerf – serv3.3pub.co.uk [Reading] ➷ A Skunk in My Bunk By Christopher Cerf – Serv3.3pub.co.uk A playful easy reader in the tradition of Dr Seuss's Hop on Pop that teaches the basics of word constructionFrom award winning humorist Christopher Cerf comes a super simple delightfully silly Beginne A playful in My Epub á easy reader in the tradition of Dr Seuss's Hop on Pop that teaches the basics of word constructionFrom award winning humorist Christopher Cerf comes a super simple delightfully silly Beginner Book in which the rhymed text and the position of the words on the page teach the basics of word construction Written in the style of Dr Seuss's classic Hop on Pop with rhyming words placed directly above each other to show their shared construction A Skunk in My Bunk combines phonics and A Skunk PDF/EPUB ² word recognition to make learning to read easy and fun With bright charming illustrations by Nicola Slater kids will be delighted to read for themselves about a goat in a coat in a boat in a moat a pig in a wig dancing a jig a skunk in a bunk and much much Launched in with The Cat in the Hat and written specifically for emergent readers Beginner books combine an exacting blend of simple words and fun pictures that encourage children to read all Skunk in My PDF Ë by themselves.


10 thoughts on “A Skunk in My Bunk

  1. Becky Becky says:

    First sentence GOAT GOAT COAT A goat in a coatPremiseplot Can a Beginner Reader be entertaining and instructional? Yes This one features a series of stories all told in rhyme The stories have a classic almost vintage feel to them Perhaps because of the illustration style Perhaps because these are the same old rhymes that have been used to teach reading forever For example pigs wearing wigs My thoughts I loved this one Most of the stories were enjoyable A few made me giggle I loved loved loved the one starring a skunk This is how it begins SMELL YELL “My bunk has a smell that’s so bad I could yell” SMELL TELL “Why does it smell? I don’t know Can YOU tell?” SKUNK BUNK “There’s a skunk in my bunk” BUNK STUNK “THAT’S why my bunk stunk”


  2. Sarah Kahleifeh Sarah Kahleifeh says:

    A Skunk in My Bunk is a very good concept picture book for rhyming words as well as using rhyming words in sentences The book takes us through multiple scenarios with different characters including people and animals who may be eating sleeping bathing or driving and it starts out with rhyming words Those words are put into sentences to make sense of the situation and why those characters and words are being used The words are fairly simple and can be understood by kindergarteners and possibly even younger and I chose this book because it can be fun to read aloud to a classroom and it can be good to lead into a lesson plan about the concept of rhyme words and how you can use them in sentences I also just liked the book a lot and how it was put together I thought the book would only be about a boy who found a skunk in his bed but it wasn't really that at all so it was a nice surprise I would recommend this book for students aged 4 7


  3. Meredith Meredith says:

    Using rhyming words from various word families this beginning reader creates wacky phrases and silly sentences in the tradition of Dr SeussIn an impressive feat of multitasking this beginning reader entertains while teaching common vocabulary and phonological awareness Words from the word families oat ish ig ub op uck ell unk and ight are featured I particularly liked how the vocabulary words were listed at the top of the page for each section and they are arranged so that the letters of their common spelling pattern are aligned to clearly show that same letter combinations are present in each word making the same sound Something as simple as this can be the key for a struggling reader to understand the conceptFor word family fun check out Harriet Ziefert's Flip a Word series


  4. Teresa E. Teresa E. says:

    This book was a pleasant surprise Delightful and entertaining and will no doubt become a beloved “first reader” The rhyming so important in early literacy and the wonderful illustrations draws the reader in This one will be read over and over I highly recommend for your child's classroom teacher your own family and friends


  5. Jamie Jamie says:

    Fun book Has a great rhythm to read aloud I did have to practice reading it several times to get the cadence right in some spots Have to add some extras rests between words to keep the rhythm going right Once I figured that out for some of the pages that didn't flow right it was fun


  6. Ann Copland Ann Copland says:

    Fun children's book in the Seuss tradition of Hop on Pop


  7. Melissa Melissa says:

    A good book to help kid's learn words and how they can have similar construction


  8. Cmeiss330 Cmeiss330 says:

    The artwork in this is absolutely wonderful and it makes for a great easy reader for kids


  9. Robin Robin says:

    Adorable rhyming text in the style of Dr Seuss Love it


  10. Dax Dax says:

    Super cutethe back of the book was my favorite reaction to one having a skunk in their bunk This is a great read aloud book so share with your friends


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