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Book ë Where's My Mom ↠ Download Ð ☃ [PDF / Epub] ☂ Where's My Mom? By Julia Donaldson ✑ – Johns-cycling-diary.co.uk “Mu ema on kadunud”“Kuss kuivata pisarad pärdikupojuMa aitan ta leida ja viia su koju”nii liblikas lubas “Kui suur on su ema”Ja ahvike vastas “Minust suurem on tema”“Või suur“Mu ema on kadunud”“Kuss kuivata pisarad pärdikupojuMa aitan ta leida ja viia su koju”nii liblikas lubas “Kui suur on su ema”Ja ahvike vastas “Minust suurem on tema”“Või suurem kui sina Sa meelt ära heidaMa nägin su ema tean Where's My PDFEPUB or When little monkey can't find his mother butterfly offers to help in the search Little monkey says that his mother is big so butterfly leads him to an elephant No that's not right Little monkey says his mom is furry so butterfly leads him to a bat Where's My Mom is a sweet and funny rhyming tale about a little monkey trying to find his mom My kids love it and so do I 5 stars

Where's My Mom“Mu ema on kadunud”“Kuss kuivata pisarad pärdikupojuMa aitan ta leida ja viia su koju”nii liblikas lubas “Kui suur on su ema”Ja ahvike vastas “Minust suurem on tema”“Või suurem kui sina Sa meelt ära heidaMa nägin su ema tean Where's My PDFEPUB or When little monkey can't find his mother butterfly offers to help in the search Little monkey says that his mother is big so butterfly leads him to an elephant No that's not right Little monkey says his mom is furry so butterfly leads him to a bat Where's My Mom is a sweet and funny rhyming tale about a little monkey trying to find his mom My kids love it and so do I 5 stars

Book ☆ È Julia Donaldson

Where's My Mom? ½ N”Väike pärdik on oma ema ära kaotanud Lahke liblikas tõttab talle appi kuid kõik katsed ema üles leida ebaõnnestuvad Miks liblikal ometi kõik sassi läheb Kas ahvike ikka leiab tee kojuRõõmsad riimid ja lõbusad pildid armastatud “Grühvli” autoritelt This is an endearing story about a monkey who loses his Mum and is helped by a butterfly to try and find her Throughout the book other animals are introduced using describing what they look like This allows the children to interact with the story and guess what the next animal may be I really enjoyed reading this book and reading it to a class of children because they seem to enjoy it and engage with the story I would say that the most appropriate age for this book would be around 3 6 years However I have read it to 1 and 2 year old children and they have engaged with the it I think it just depends on the child and if they are happy to sit and listen to a story This book is nice for an end of the day story as the children enjoy looking at the pictures and become involved in the story It could also be used for literacy I have previously seen this book used for storyboards for KS1 pupils It is also a good book to introduce descriptive writing Book ☆ È Julia Donaldson

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Julia Donaldson È Where's My Mom? Text Kus ta end peidab”“Ei ei See on elevantMu emal ei ole nii kogukat kontiEi ole tal võhkasid puudub tal lontkiEi ole ka jämedaid pahklikke põlvikuid saba tal tüvede ümber teeb sõlmi”“Ah saba teeb sõlmi Ta lähedal siinSa kiirusta pärdik Ta juurde su vii Little monkey has lost his mum but a passing butterfly tells him that she will help him to find her The only clue that Little Monkey can give butterfly is 'She's big Bigger than me'This leads butterfly on a wild goose or appropriately to begin with a wild elephant chase Little monkey has to tell him that it isn't his mum and he gives butterfly another clue 'her tail coils round the trees'Once this misleads butterfly as she produces a snake so Little Monkey has to tell him that his mum has legs than that Once this is confusing to butterfly who produces a spider 'No no no 'she'd rather eat fruit than swallow a fly And she lives in the treetops way up high' is Little Monkey's next clueAfter a parrot is produced Little Monkey tells butterfly that his mum 'leaps about' Once butterfly gets it wrong and produces a frog 'Brown fur' is Little Monkey's next clue but the creature hanging upside down in a tree isn't his mum; 'she's not nearly so small' explains little monkeySo butterfly returns to the biggest creature that he first discovered; 'NO NO NO' says Little Monkey who goes on to say that none of the creatures he has produced 'looks like me' That is just enough for butterfly who did not realise that was the case But even then she gets it wrong for she takes Little Monkey to his dadHowever dad is able to take Little Monkey home where he finds 'MUM' At long last his search is over He is happyAnother good fun book from that most entertaining DonaldsonScheffler partnership