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Do you want to be my friend?.

Eric Carle

Do you want to be my friend?.

by Eric Carle

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Published by Hamish Hamilton in London .
Written in English


The Physical Object
Pagination30p. ;
Number of Pages30
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL17511678M
ISBN 100241123593

'Do you want to be my friend?' Asked just once, this simple question starts a little mouse's journey through this almost wordless picture book, seeking the perfect companion. Mouse considers a veritable menagerie of animals; on each page, he meets only a tail, then, over the page, the tail’s owner (and potential friend) is revealed. - Preschool Printables: "Do You Want To Be My Friend?" book by Eric Carle.

A workbook retelling the Eric Carle story, Do You Want To Be My Friend, reviewing animals and a "friendship". Mindy Keiffer K4 Daycare Crafts Preschool Activities Crafts For Kids Spring Activities Eric Carle Hungry Caterpillar Party Caterpillar Preschool The .   Many teachers do an Eric Carle author study during the school year. Do You Want to Be My Friend fits nicely in with speech and language goals because it is a mostly wordless book and therefore lends itself to all kinds of narrative building ideas. I like to have my larger groups work together to make a class book. Something they wrote together that they can re-read and that can be kept in the.

This lesson uses the Eric Carle book: Do You Want to Be My Friend? to teach about social skills and how to develop friendships. Do You Want to Be My Friend? Find the Resources You Need! Search. More Teaching Resources: • Academic's Choice - Award-Winning Educational Media & Toys. "Do You Want to Be My Friend?" is a wordless picture book. Personally I think books like these are wonderful for students, because even if they can't read they can look at the pictures and make up their own story using their imagination/5(49).


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Do you want to be my friend? by Eric Carle Download PDF EPUB FB2

Yet another mouse searches the animal kingdom for companionship-and finds an unexpected respondent-in Eric Carle's Do You Want to Be My Friend.

(HarperFestival, $, 32p, agesISBN Sept.).Cited by: Do You Want to Be My Friend is a wordless picturebook that tells the story of a mouse who encounters a variety of different animals while he is in search of a friend.

The story follows the mouse from page to page where he doesn’t lose hope in finding the right friend/5. "Do you want to be my friend?" asks the lonely little mouse. He follows a tai1, but all he finds at its end is a rather unfriendly horse.

The little mouse just wants someone to play with-but he'll have to follow a lot of tails before he can find just the right companion/5(). “PreS-K — This “Very-First-Step-to-Reading” book, with its brightly colored, inviting illustrations, closely resembles Garten’s The Alphabet Tale (Random, ).

It is not an alphabet book, however. On the first page, a mouse looking for a friend addresses the question, “Do you want to. Apart from the question " Do you want to be my friend?" There is no text, so you can make up your own story.

The pupils loved guessing the animals, but it was a pity that the elephant was shown only on the front cover, instead of within the rest of the story as well/5(). Cute book about a little mouse looking for a friend.

The book is great for teaching year old children to make predictions in stories. Each page has a part of the animal to be shown on the next page/5. Day 4. Focus Story: Reread – Shared Reading (pause, letting students say the colors, the animals, and the question 'Do you want to be my friend?'); Show students pictures of the animals from the story.

(I found some great pictures in The Good Apple Book of Reproducible Patterns: A Colossal Collection of Captivating Images for Classroom Useby Nancy McClure, Good Apple: and The All.

Buy a cheap copy of Do You Want to Be My Friend. book by Eric Carle. Do you want to be my friend. asks a little mouse of a horse, a peacock, an alligator, and others in this charming story, now available as a sturdy board Free shipping over $Cited by:   Listed on the top Children's Book, Eric Carle's wordless story explores concepts of friendship and belonging.

Intro by Kindergarten Teacher. Jesus, Do You Want to Be My Friend. book. Read 7 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Give your children prayers that they can pictu 5/5. The book begins with the mouse asking, "Do you want to be my friend?" and only contains three other lines of text, including "the end." This makes the book a good tool for exercising creativity - the adult reader can come up with their own text to tell a specific story they want to share with their children, or the adult can prompt the children /5(19).

"Do you want to be my friend?" asks the lonely little mouse. He follows a tail, but all he finds at its end is a rather unfriendly horse. The little mouse just wants someone to play with — but he'll have to follow a lot of tails before he can find just the right classic tale of friendship tracks a small gray.

Do You Want To Be My Friend. Sweet유니스와함께하는영어동화읽기"Panda bear, Panda bear, what do you see(팬다야, 판다야, 무엇을 보고있니?). Sep 5, - Explore marksgirl81's board "You will be my friend activities" on Pinterest.

See more ideas about Friendship activities, Friendship theme, Friend activities.8 pins. This is a simple and nearly wordless picture book for children to explore in a variety of ways. Shared with little ones, the bright pictures showing a small gray mouse's search for the perfect pal help introduce colors, animals, and sounds.

Editions for Do You Want to Be My Friend?: (Hardcover published in ), (Paperback published in ), (Board Book pub Cited by: “Do You Want To Be My Friend” Printable Book used by Eric Carle 11 puzzles to match tail with front of animal 11 puzzles to ask child to look at the back of animal and guess what the animal is 11 cards with picture and name of animals 12 color and trace of animals 3 color and match Circle the small.

Yet another mouse searches the animal kingdom for companionship-and finds an unexpected respondent-in Eric Carle's Do You Want to Be My Friend.

(HarperFestival, $, 32p, ages 2. A little mouse meets a seal, a giraffe, a hippopotamus, a fox with red, red fur, and a surprise as he bravely looks to find a friend in this miniature version of Eric Carle's classic tale.

"Do you want to be my friend?" asks the lonely little mouse. He follows a tai1, but all he finds at its end is a rather unfriendly horse. The little mouse just wants someone to play with-but he'll have to follow a lot of tails before he can find just the right companion.4/4(13).

The book is only 32 pages long and the genre is fiction. This book best accommodates students in prekindergarten to kindergarten. The lexile level is ADL and the guided reading level is L.

You Will Be My Friend! is about Lucy who wakes up one morning and decides that she is going to make new friends/5.Do You Want To Be My Friend? is the story of a little mouse who is looking for a friend. He approaches a horse, a lion, a hippo, and more all while walking beside a mysterious, thick, green line.

With very limited text, students will depend on the colorful illustrations to develop comprehension strategy skills. [ ]."Do you want to be my friend?" asks the lonely little mouse. He follows a tai1, but all he finds at its end is a rather unfriendly horse.

The little mouse just wants someone to play with-but he'll have to follow a lot of tails before he can find just the right companion.3/5(25).