[Iza Trapani] ✓ The Itsy Bitsy Spider (Board Book) [adoption PDF] Ebook Epub Download Ð Awards no rewards receivedGrade preschool kindergartenSummary The Itsy Bitsy Spider was climbing about until the rain washed the spider down The spider then took an adventure in the house and then also outside to try and find a perfect spot for a new web Eventually, the spider climbed a tall tree and spun the web up top to relax in the sun Review I really liked this story as it expanded on the nursery rhyme I was once so familiar with The illustrations are very well done and work very nicely with the text The words are easy enough to be read as a song for the class to sing along together Uses in class 1 The class can use construction paper and or felt to make spider puppets then, they can sing the song aloud and make the spider puppet crawl up the spider web as they say the words to the rhyme. 2 Spider hands the class can dip there hands into black paint and make their own spiders They will turn their hands so their thumb is the top of the spider and the other fingers are the spider legs. Then in the background of the picture, they can draw somewhere the spider travel and explored in the story. I thought my daughter would enjoy this bookthan she did For some reason, even though this is a classic sing along, act along song, this was not one of her favorites It usually ended up on the bottom of a pile, with some other book selected by her for reading. Board Book Edition The Spirited And Irresistible Itsy Bitsy Spider Has Captured The Hearts Of Generations Of Children By Climbing Up That Water Spout Now She S Back On A New Magical Journey This All New Itsy Bitsy Spider Has Exciting Encounters With A Fan, A Mouse, A Rocking Chair, A Cat And A Big Maple Tree Finally, The Itsy Bitsy Spider Finds A Lovely Spot To Rest And Spin A New Silky Web Children Will Enjoy Time And Again The Delightful Adventures Of The Energetic Itsy Bitsy Spider For young children I really like using picture books along with nursery rhymes Sometimes it s because I can t remember all the words to the different songs but it also gives the young students something to look at and touch as I read sing them out loud. 1 This book has not received any awards 2 This book is appropriate for PreK 1st grade. 3 The well known song the The Itsy Bitsy Spider was reinvented within this book We all know the tune and words to The Itsy Bitsy Spider but Trapani adds additional adventures for the little spider The Itsy Bitsy Spider does muchthan climb up the water spout In this book rendition of the song, the friendly spider goes head to head with a fan, a mouse, a rocking chair, and so muchbefore safely returning to the outside to build a new home 4 This is by far one of my favorite books to read with children Children enjoy singing along with the part they were familiar with, but are intrigued by the spider s new adventures The children continue to participate actively because it is something familiar but with a slight twist in the storyline. 5 Two in class uses for this book This song could get the children involved with music within the classroom also adding movement by following the song s typical hand gestures For children that areadvanced with writing, the children can continue the book with their own adventures kind of like our class books If writing is not developmentally appropriate for them, the children can illustrate pictures of the spiders new adventures. Featured at a recent bug themed story time The kids all enjoyed it, but if it had been my house the itsy bitsy spider crawling up my walls would have been squished. 1 This book has not received any awards 2 This book is appropriate for PreK 1st grade. 3 Trapani has reinvented the well known song The Itsy Bitsy Spider in this book We all know the tune and words to The Itsy Bitsy Spider but not all of the extra adventures that come in this story The Itsy Bitsy Spider does muchthan climb up the water spout in Trapani s rendition In this song, the friendly spider goes head to head with a fan, a mouse, a rocking chair, and so muchbefore safely returning to the outside to build a new home 4 I read this story in my fieldwork classroom recently and loved it The children enjoyed singing along with the part they were familiar with and were intrigued by the spider s new adventures It was a fun experience seeing what the spider faced and overcame after climbing up the water spout 5 A This song could be used as a felt board activity After singing reading the story students would take turns helping the teacher retell the events using the felt board B Older students could use this book to spark their own creative adventure Each student would write their own obstacle for the Itsy Bitsy spider to meet and draw an illustration to match.
1 Awards the book has received this book did not receive any awards2 Appropriate grade level s This book is appropriate for preschool through first grade. 3 original 3 line summary The Itsy Bitsy Spider is about a spider that goes through many obstacles to try to made a web again The rain, the fan, a mouse, a cat, and some dew on a tree all get in the way of the itsy bitsy spider spinning a web again At the end, she is finally able to rest in the sun on her web after the tree dried off 4 original 3 line review This book is a great book to read to the younger grades for its rhyming and captivating language and pictures The students could be really engaged, especially in the beginning, since it should be a story they are mostly familiar with I love that the book expands on the story that we all know, to make it a longer,eventful one. 5 2 3 possible in class uses I would have the students turn and talk to their partner if they have ever had a time where something was in the way of them trying to do something, and how they overcame it I could have them make a web of main events in the story, then list them in order I would ask the students if they have ever seen a real spider, and if yes, where Awards This book has not received any awardsAppropriate grade level Pre k through 2nd Summary This nursery rhyme is about a spider who continues throughout the book to climb up different objects, but faces different obstacles as it tries The spider does not let obstacles get in its way and continues to try climbing again and again At the end of the book, the spider is able to climb up a tree and spin its silky web with ease My Review This book is a wonderful age appropriate example of a nursery rhyme, full of colorful, detailed and engaging pictures that effectively show the spider and its obstacles when climbing throughout the book It contains an eventful story with an appropriate amount of words on each page and will leave the reader wondering what may happen next to the spider The words in the rhyme can easily be taught and sung with a class during a read aloud and this book actually contains the lyrics and notes to the song in the back of the book. Possible uses in class 1 This nursery rhyme will be an effective book for read aloud, allowing children to be engaged when singing and creating the gesture of the spider climbing with their hands Also, it allows children to be exposed to rhyming and recognizing words that rhyme This nursery rhyme allows teachers to ask open ended questions about what may happen next to the spider throughout the book. 2 Another use of this book in class may be an interactive activity in which students create their own rhyme appropriate for grade 1 or 2. For younger grades, the teacher may create a rhyme with the class about a certain topic they discussed together, like a classroom rule or behavior Also, the teacher could provide a sheet of words that rhyme and have students play connect the words to recognize words that rhyme. 3 For 2nd grade students, they can create their own version of an alternative ending The can draw a picture of the scene and write 1 3 sentences of a different ending to the rhyme They are encouraged to use words that rhyme which will help put the lesson of rhyming and recognizing words that rhyme into action. A wonderful read from my childhood, one I d certainly suggest for other youngsters Whilst it is not my all time favourite childhood read I can still recall all the details of this one meaning it certainly left a lasting impression upon my young mind And isn t that what we want with children s books, for them to leave a positive lasting impression