We All Go Traveling By (Sing Along With Fred Penner)

We All Go Traveling By Sing Along With Fred Penner This rhythmic I spy journey to school through various landscapes is the perfect introduction to colors modes of transport and of course music The jaunty text Siobhan Bell s colorful hand stitched

  • Title: We All Go Traveling By (Sing Along With Fred Penner)
  • Author: Sheena Roberts Siobhan Bell
  • ISBN: 9781841484105
  • Page: 400
  • Format: Paperback
  • This rhythmic I spy journey to school through various landscapes is the perfect introduction to colors, modes of transport, and of course, music The jaunty text, Siobhan Bell s colorful hand stitched illustrations and the accompanying Music CD by popular singer Fred Penner are sure to get children singing along happily The I Spy theme encourages reader listener interactiThis rhythmic I spy journey to school through various landscapes is the perfect introduction to colors, modes of transport, and of course, music The jaunty text, Siobhan Bell s colorful hand stitched illustrations and the accompanying Music CD by popular singer Fred Penner are sure to get children singing along happily The I Spy theme encourages reader listener interaction, while the cumulative, repetitive text helps build sequencing skills We All Go Traveling By is ideal for read aloud and music and movement activities.

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    1. I'm not sure if there is a song by this title or not, but the way this book is written it appears that it 'could' be a song. Each page is repeatative lines from the pages before only adding another form of transportation. As each form of transportation is introduced so is the noise it makes, like a plane goes vroom, bike goes ring ring, etc. A beginning reader could easily learn to read this book over a period of time since so much of it is repeatative. About half way through my 4 year old grand [...]

    2. An engaging and thoroughly enjoyable way of encouraging young children to use onomatopoeia and expressive language. Simply written and charmingly illustrated, I have found this book to be a great accompaniment to helping children with communication difficulties learn connections with colours, sounds and transport - because of it's simple nature it can be effectively used with PECS to create sentences such as "I see yellow school bus" or with the audio book edition (beware the catchy tune - it wi [...]

    3. Read with my Turkish host family's children. A cute sing-a-long book where kids can make the transport sounds as you read.

    4. A great focus on introducing and reinforcing colors, different modes of transportation that encourages listening skills when used with the CD. The CD is the words from the book transformed into a song. The book is also great for classroom management with a focus on: I spy with my litte eye, You can hear with your little ear. Which leads children to understand about using listening ears and looking eyes. This would also be a great story for the flannel board or story theatre.

    5. This story is wonderful for introducing students to different modes of transportation. The repetitive, I spy and I hear phrases helps children to learn about how they use their sense of sight and hearing. In the story all the modes of transportation have alliteration and rhyme to describe the sounds the vehicles make. Also, each vehicle is described with rich adjectives and color words. The story builds vocabulary and helps children learn color words.

    6. We all go traveling by is a great book for memorization. The students in my kindergarten placement loved reading this book. I made the reading lesson more interesting by allowing the students to create their own headbands of the different characters that appear in the story. When it was their particular part of the story, the students would act out their parts and show off their headbands.

    7. This book is great for teaching children about different ways of transportation. It is also a song so you can sing along if you would like to. The rhyming in this book is well put together. The vocabulary is a great conversation starter and will open up opportunities for the kids to learn more about transportation.

    8. The book I read most to my sons when they were growing up. We had so much fun with the rhythm of the story but mostly them remembering not only the items but the colours and sounds they made. I always smile when I see this book on my bookshelf and every now and again, we pull it out again for a quick fun read together.

    9. My son LOVED this book of the few that he'll actually hold still, sit down, and listen to the entire thing. Of course we made lots of sound effects with all of the vehicles and such, but that made it even more fun!!

    10. This book is an amazing book! It also comes with a sing-a-long CD. it is about all different kinds of transportation and the sounds they make. For example: A yellow school bus goes beep-beep-beep! Also, it is great for learning colors as well!

    11. This book is so much fun to read because it is a song as well! You can play so many different hands on activities/games with your children. It teaches all about the different types of transportation. It is also great for learning about numbers!

    12. One of my favorite books and it comes with the cd for great class sing alongs. This book is also great for sequencing activities.

    13. Love this book! Very catchy, but of course any books by published by Barefoot Books are very well done! Great pictures!

    14. This is a very engaging book that has a tune along with it. It talks about the different vehicles and transportation around us to introduce to children. Has a CD as well.

    15. A fun read-a-loud that has music to go along with it. It can teach children colors, different modes of transportation and sequencing.

    16. Another awesome book published by Barefoot Books and sung by Fred Penner. Great for any kids who love to make noises!

    17. This book is fun and has a certain rhythm with it. Predictions can be made from the pictures. Good book for teaching transportation.

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