How Do Dinosaurs Go Up and Down?

How Do Dinosaurs Go Up and Down A novelty book of OPPOSITES from the bestselling HOW DO DINOSAURS series With inventive gatefold flaps on every spread these classic bestselling characters from Jane Yolen and Mark Teague are a perf

  • Title: How Do Dinosaurs Go Up and Down?
  • Author: Jane Yolen Mark Teague
  • ISBN: 9780545279420
  • Page: 324
  • Format: Novelty Book
  • A novelty book of OPPOSITES from the bestselling HOW DO DINOSAURS series With inventive gatefold flaps on every spread, these classic, bestselling characters from Jane Yolen and Mark Teague are a perfect introduction to basic opposites.Young readers will love to flip through the gatefold flaps and read this uproarious book again and again

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    1. How Do Dinosaurs Go Up and Down? By Jane Yolen and Mark Teague is a cute book of opposites for preschool to kindergarten aged children. The book is made of a durable cardboard like material. The illustrations are bright and colorful with a different type of dinosaur on each page, 14 different dinosaurs in all. On the left hand side of each two page spread is a cute rhyming question about different behaviors, actions and feelings of dinosaurs. On the right hand side of each two page spread is a [...]

    2. This book has gatefold flaps for the readers to open and close and it has rhyming verses. This book is about opposites and on the flaps, the outside has a word and when you open the flap, the opposite is in it. This would be a useful book in my future classroom because children at young ages like dinosaurs and it also provides a interactive flap to teach them opposites. If this book is read out loud in a classroom and is read with enthusiasm and noises, the children will be more engaged and enjo [...]

    3. There are many opposites in the world, and these recycled images of How Do Dinosaurs dinosaurs will illustrate some of them.This was a different entry in the HDD series for a few reasons: 1) It's a board/flap book, which is great, 2) it has a (very) few opposites and a slightly different text format, which is also pretty good, and 3) its illustrations are completely recycled from previous books in the series, which is not so good. It could be longer, and it's always a disappointment to see them [...]

    4. This is my favorite of the How Do Dinosaurs books because my kids are physically engaged. I mean, they love all of the other ones, but this one gets us moving and grooving and making noises. I first read it to a preschool class and the kids acted as if it was the best moment of their lives. If you want a great reaction and involvement with a story, go for this one. As always, the rhymes are fun and the art is fabulous. What a great writing/illustrating duo!

    5. Like much of the Dinosaur books by Jane Yoeln, this one features dinosaurs in very kid-like situations. This installment features dinosaurs doing opposite things, one in a clean room one in a messy room for example. While the book does a fine job of illustrating the opposites along with short sets of rhyming verse, the book might be more fun if the readers had to guess the opposite or had a little more play within the giant flaps of the book.

    6. This was a fun book as a parent to read and my daughter enjoyed reading along to as well. It places dinosaurs in our world while teaching young ones opposite words such as "up" and "down" I always like to read it in different voices but of course this isn't mandatory. The only downfall is if you have real young ones is that it does have flap pages that are easy to rip out when mom or dad is not looking so be forewarned!

    7. The large gatefold pages are sturdy enough to withstand lots of page turning and that is good because my toddlers love these dinosaur opposites and the fun little scenes. A dinosaur cleaning his messy room with a shovel, one racing to class while another sleepily drags himself slowly to bed, and many other situations are a fun way to discuss appropriate behaviors for different situations.

    8. The rhymes are cute and very meaningful in terms of teaching about social skills and obedience. It's a great introduction to words too, because in between the rhymes, the author also pulls out key words and has them individually on a page each, with a great illustration to go with the respective words. A very cute book that I see myself using in my future class!

    9. This book is very fun for young children. The pages have flaps that you open which makes it interactive. It teaches about opposites and it is a rhyming book. I saw this read to a kindergarten class and they really enjoyed it.

    10. I love these dinosaur books. When I have "book-dates" with younger students for good behavior, I may possibly maybe sort of kind of lead them towards either the dinosaur books or the Skippy John Jones books.

    11. A book club purchase. The pictures are from other dinosaur books, but they're all paired up for an "opposites" theme.

    12. Another fun, basic board-book entry in the "How do Dinosaurs" series. I like that the flaps are large and sturdy. These flaps aren't going to tear off anytime soon.

    13. I read this to a Kindergarten class and they loved it. I started out by explaining what opposites were and then had them help me find out the opposites in the book as we went along.

    14. Illustrations of dinosuars demonstrate opposites such as up/down, slow/fast, sad/happy. Big, sturdy flaps will stand up to most toddlers' enthusiastic page turning.

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