Mary Wore Her Red Dress and Henry Wore His Green Sneakers Merle Peek Mary Wore Her Red Dress and Henry Wore His Green Sneakers In this adaptation of a Texas folk song the illustrations show the story of Katy Bear s birthday party while the repetitive verses are a catalog of what the guests wore The pictures pick up color as
  • Title: Mary Wore Her Red Dress and Henry Wore His Green Sneakers
  • Author: Merle Peek
  • ISBN: 9780395900222
  • Page: 175
  • Format: Board Book
Mary Wore Her Red Dress and Henry Wore His Green Sneakers Merle PeekIn this adaptation of a Texas folk song, the illustrations show the story of Katy Bear s birthday party, while the repetitive verses are a catalog of what the guests wore The pictures pick up color as the guests arrive and the activities get livelier To further focus attention on color, the words are printed in boxed insets of the appropriate hue The music In this adaptation of a Texas folk song, the illustrations show the story of Katy Bear s birthday party, while the repetitive verses are a catalog of what the guests wore The pictures pick up color as the guests arrive and the activities get livelier To further focus attention on color, the words are printed in boxed insets of the appropriate hue The music a simple, singable tune is printed at the end The subject and the highly predictable pattern of text have appeal for just beginning readers as well as for preschool listeners and singers Language Arts
Mary Wore Her Red Dress and Henry Wore His Green Sneakers Merle Peek

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  1. Cute animals going to Katy s birthday party It starts with black and white illustrations and little by litte, gets pretty colorful while introducing each color Great for little kids who are learning the names of the colors

  2. This is a very simple book of a song and props to the author for bothering to include the music in the back I hate it when they don t, and then I can t figure out how to sing the song My edition didn t come with the CD which those of us who listen to Wee Sing might recognize This is a very simple zipper song you can zip new words in and out as needed NAME wore his her COLOR CLOTHING all day long As such, it s bound to be popular among small children I have two small complaints about the book Fir [...]

  3. In this adaptation of a Texas folk song, the illustrations show the story of Katy Bear s birthday party, while the repetitive verses are a catalog of what the guests wore The pictures pick up color as the guests arrive and the activities get livelier To further focus attention on color, the words are printed in boxed insets of the appropriate hue The music a simple, singable tune is printed at the end The subject and the highly predictable pattern of text have appeal for just beginning readers a [...]

  4. Tried this one out for story time and it went really well Had a few parents caregivers comment on how much they liked it afterward Cute, catchy song and sweet illustrations.

  5. This book is good but not my favorite It talks about Mary wearing her read dress and what other colorful items people wore at the party It can be put into a little song This book is too repetitive and boring for me Nothing much happens other than what other colors people are wearing I understand while children would love it though.

  6. Plot Summary Mary Wore Her Red Dress and Henry Wore His Green Sneakers is a great picture book that shows multiple concepts This book is also a song and as you read the book and the author describes the colors of what each character is wearing she colors anything that is that color in the illustration As you go through each page it is a different character that is wearing a different color.Literary Merit A huge literary element is the style of this book The color scheme that is used in this book [...]

  7. This book is predictable because it is extremely predictable This book has a flowing language when it discusses what the characters are wearing Evidence for why the text flows can be found on the back of the last page where it demonstrates that it is actually a song and gives the music notes so the children can sing it in the right key Since there is a song that goes with the text it makes reading the book enjoyable because the children will have fun singing along This book is also good for tea [...]

  8. We needed a music break in our library story time about colors First we sang the text all the way through.Next we all stood up and looked for someone wearing red and then inserted the child s children s name s and article s of clothing We continued this for several of the colors, as long as there was interest and energy for the activity.One of the mothers came up to me after the program to jot down the title and author She remembered it from when she was little and hadn t seen it since then.

  9. Several animals, dressed in their best clothing, are headed off to Katy Bear s birthday party In simple, repetitive text, beginning readers learn the names of colors such as red, green, yellow, blue, and brown The story begins with black and white images, relieved only by the colorful object Mary Squirrel is wearing a red dress As other animal characters are introduced, the pages fill up with color This classic children s book is excellent to help children name articles of clothing and predict w [...]

  10. This works well in Toddler Time I use it with the song, then in action rhyme using the song s melody , then a color song 12 9 11Used it again this year Had a much younger PJ story time crowd so my Native American plan was dropped and threw together a clothing program last minute 11 27 12Used again this year Forgot to order the Kinderman CD, so used the Wee Sing for Baby version of the song instead of Kinderman s color song 12 17 13The boy at PJ Story Time was very good at saying the colors.

  11. We borrowed this book from our library as part of a kit with a CD and we listened to it over and over again while our girls followed along with the book It s a catchy tune and we liked to listen to both tracks on the CD with words and without We ended up making up our own words to the song and we laughed a lot Highly recommend listening to the recording while reading the book I think it will add a whole dimension of fun.

  12. This book is an excellent choice for teaching students about colors The illustrations are great because everything is black and white except for the item whose color is being talked about Thus, for example, it talks about green shoes and the green shoes are the only thing colored on the page The book can be sung instead of just regularly read because there s a melody provided in the back of the book This makes learning colors fun.

  13. each animal in this book is wearing a different color in order to make it to their friends birthday party The text is simple and names the object worn, the color and the animals name and then repeats it A little dated but still a solid book.

  14. awesome book about colors The pictures start off with black and white and slowly get colorful with each page as you learn a different color great for pre k or kindergartners differentiating between colors.

  15. It might work in a storytime program that focuses on colors, but so will a hundred other books The lyrics are a crummy old traditional song Taking a traditional song and creating a book around it is the lamest Whatever.

  16. It s a colorful birthday party in this rhythmic read aloud that can be chanted or sung.Artwork becomes colorful as the individual colors are introduced in the story Overall, a great read for a color storytime.

  17. great audience interaction for parents and toddlers add asking who is wearing whatever color, pat their head

  18. The animals are headed to Katy s birthday party I love that the author turned this book into a song, with lyrics included in the back.

  19. Good for teaching primary colors and repetitive lines so that children can join in Song music in back.

  20. This book was okay, however I would not use it in my classroom I really did not think it effectively taught the concept it was supposed to be teaching.

  21. This is a cute story and has a nice cultural tie in However, I cannot see myself using this book in a grade higher than kindergarten or to fill time in a first grade class.

  22. This book has illustration and text that is color coded It helps young readers to learn words along with colors.

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