Sun Above and Blooms Below: A Springtime of Opposites

Sun Above and Blooms Below A Springtime of Opposites Time for a field trip to the farm to see chicks hatch and discover opposites too It s still a little cold and wet outside but it s warm and dry inside the barn where the eggs are waiting You ll find

  • Title: Sun Above and Blooms Below: A Springtime of Opposites
  • Author: Felicia Sanzari Chernesky Susan Swan
  • ISBN: 9780807536322
  • Page: 253
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Time for a field trip to the farm to see chicks hatch and discover opposites too It s still a little cold and wet outside, but it s warm and dry inside the barn where the eggs are waiting You ll find things that are big and little, short and tall, from beginning to end of this springtime story.

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    1. This beautifully illustrated picture book of opposites is a great choice for teachers looking for a spring or farm themed circle time selection. Great for building vocabulary, phonological awareness, and narrative skills. Readers may also enjoy The Big Red Barn by Margaret Wise Brown. - Alexis S.

    2. A class takes a field trip to a fair and learns all about opposites during the trip. cute. preschool and up for length.

    3. Fun rhyming book using opposites. Miss Ava’s class is taking a field trip! They’re going in and out, through sun and rain, up and down hills, to the chicken farm. They see big and small chickens in the coop. There were many eggs, a few were cracking. Soon the whole eggs were broken and baby chicks had hatched. Some were sleeping and some were awake peeping. Then it was time to go back to school. Hello. Goodbye.julianaleewriter/books-ali

    4. Love this book about identifying opposites. Each page is colorful, bold pictures where words that are opposites are larger and bolder. Educational and a great beginner book for kindergarten age children.

    5. Meant to be a book of opposites, this book is better read as a spring story. The opposites on each page within the story seemed confusing at times, needing the bold text to point out the use of opposites. As a spring story, it hits all the marks with blooming flowers and hatching eggs.

    6. Bright art highlights a rhyming story of a field trip to a farm. Spring is a time of opposites and this book weaves the concept throughout the tale.

    7. I'm not sure the rhyme adds to this book, but it might make it more fun to read aloud. The concept is wonderful and the illustrations are a delight.

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