4 edition of I lost my tooth! found in the catalog.
I lost my tooth!
When Puppy"s tooth comes out and he loses it, he figures out a way to get treats from the Tooth Fairy anyway.
|Statement||by Hans Wilhelm.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 v. (unpaged):|
|LC Control Number||98003668|
Borders were drawn on each page to represent key parts within the story on that page. Instead of giving out money Amina's dad tells Amina that the African Tooth Fairy gives out a chicken. All Amira wanted to do was have her chicken hatch before she left for Africa and on the last day of her trip, the chicken finally hatched. The story takes you through a series of cultural experiences that the little girl experiences for the first time and gladly accepts.
These illustrations give us insight to an area of the world that we may never be able to visit but can better visualize due to the beautifully crafted pictures. It is African tradition that if you lose a tooth in Africa then the African tooth fairy will bring you a chicken. I thought this was a great activity to do after we read the story. Everyone eats with their right hand.
Just before Amina and her family leave Africe, the chicks begin to hatch. She expresses the African dinner of eggplant and noodles, and the illustrations depict what the people wear. Third, I like the point of view because the author wrote about her sister as if she was her. Arrange cheese leaves on top. Preschooler Monkey is very eager to lose a tooth now! Amina is very excited- the waiting is killing her!
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I can't wait for the next books in the new series to be written. Now the father uses his I lost my tooth! book detailing village life in Mali to illustrate a story written by his elder daughter when she was eight.
Review Plus a Yummy Acorn Treat! First, the text was engaging and very descriptive. Best for kids years old. She wrote half of the book in English and the other half I lost my tooth! book the native language of those who live in Mali, West Africa.
The beautiful pictures enhanced the story and pushed readers to compare the life of loosing a tooth in America to loosing a tooth in Africa. The story is very well organized and can tell what is going to happen next. In the back of the book they have a glossary for the words they used. Also throughout the story Amina would say things in the national language of Mali called Bambara.
JessieAnderson Feb 12, In this book, I really liked how culture was incorporated into this nonfiction piece. Pretend to brush front teeth. My rating for this book is four stars.
I have always tried I lost my tooth! book teach my daughters about my culture in which storytelling is a true way of learning. It also sweetly celebrated the importance of family no matter where you live in the world.
It was written by the author when she was eight years old. When they arrive they eat dinner with their family members partaking in the traditional African traditions at meal time. January 1, Elizabeth Leonard This story is very relatable to all students since at some point they will all lose their baby teeth.
The author of this book, Penda Diakite, wrote this book in honor of his daughter, whom the book is based upon. This could be the anticipatory set in the lesson plan, and then a discussion could follow.
We gathered just a few items most of which were things I already keep in my pantry and we were on our way to making the perfect treat for ourselves and any squirrels that might have come our way. The artwork, which creates an authentic feel of an African setting, saves this children's book from being a complete failure.
This book also depicts the difference in culture, by the illustrations and by different aspects of the tooth fairy. The two this that made me not like this book where its plot and its illustrations.
Overall this book is informative and interesting. School Library Journal from www. I highly recommend this book for children to read, as it can work as both a window and a mirror to themselves and the world.
Then we made a prediction about which of her teeth will come out first! Important information for children who have only experienced their own culture. Wonderful illustrations.
I believe these illustrations add to the authenticity of the store that is being from African decent. Amina also tells the reader how her family prepares meals.
The first fifty-eight pages are the 'big story. The way they were drawn from afar made them feel less personal.I Lost My Tooth in Africa is a great read for children in early elementary, during the time when "tooth loosing" is common. After reading this book, children will have good insight as to what life is like in Mali, Africa.
At the end of the book, a glossary, African song, and an authentic recipe is provided for readers/5(11). Autism Reading Comprehension Activity Book - I LOST MY TOOTH! Bright and colorful with real life pictures, this 10 page activity book will make your students giggle at the familiar visuals of young children as they begin to lose their first set of teeth!
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Based on a true story, a little girl on a visit to Mali eagerly awaits a visit from the African Tooth Fairy. "Filled with charm."—Booklist Explore classroom activities, puzzles, teacher resources and enrichment pdfs for this book.Nov 06, · My kids are huge pdf of Mo Willems.
We have several Elephant pdf Piggie books and now his newest book, I Lost My Tooth! The new book is about a squirrel losing his tooth. The other squirrels search for the lost tooth and it is humorous. At the end of the book, there is a joke.More than anything, Amina wants to lose her loose tooth while visiting her family in Mali, West Africa.
Only then can she put download pdf under a gourd for the African tooth fairy, who will exchange it for two chickens! Happily this happens, and even better, the chickens lay eggs. But will the eggs hatch before it's time to return home to America?
In this fresh, spontaneous story that is infused with.I Lost Ebook Tooth in Africa by Ebook Diakite Illustrated by Baba Wague Diakite publisher and date: Scholastic Press, genre: it is listed as fiction in the library but it is based on a true event age/grade:ages Synopsis (from magicechomusic.com) More than anything, Amina wants to lose her loose tooth while visiting her.