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La cola azul de la pequeña lagartija


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La cola azul de la pequeña lagartija

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4/5 (3 valoraciones)
Longitud:
5 minutos
Publicado:
Jan 1, 2013
ISBN:
9781628550092
Formato:
Audiolibro

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¡Mientras que la Pequeña Lagartija anda en busca de deliciosas hormigas para su desayuno, es atacada repentinamente por un cuervo! Pero ella tiene un truco para escaparse - ¡se desprende de su colita, y ésta se sigue moviendo! La Pequeña Lagartija está contenta de estar viva, pero extraña su brillante cola azul. Los lectores van a disfrutar pretendiendo con ella, probándose colita tras colita. La primera cola es muy suavecita - esponjosita, y la otra está muy apestosa. Entonces, un día la Pequeña Lagartija recibe una sorpresa… y nunca más tiene que soñar con colitas.
Publicado:
Jan 1, 2013
ISBN:
9781628550092
Formato:
Audiolibro

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  • (2/5)
    Little skink loses her tail and searches for a new tail from other animals. In the end she can't find one that is fitting to her and then realizes that her own tail has grown back. The writing isn't exactly capturing but students will love the pictures of the skink with different tails on her. The back of the book as a great footprint map and tail matching activity. I think this would be a great activity to do with students.
  • (5/5)
    Little Skink is sunning herself on a rock when she is suddenly attacked by a large crow. She gets away with her life, but loses her tail. As she looks at all of the animals around her, she imagines what it would be like to have tails like theirs. But none of the other tails seem to fit. One is, "so short and stubby", another, "Too stickly-prickly" a third, "Too pointy". How will Skink fix her problem, and find the perfect tail?The text in this book is really wonderful. Short and to the point, great for young readers and listeners, but also containing well chosen descriptive words. The story is very fun--engaging the imagination, educating, and entertaining.The watercolor illustrations have a textured and natural look. The animals are realistically drawn, but with humanising touches in facial expression and eyes. Wonderful little details can be found throughout the book. The first time I read the book, I didn't even notice some of them: such as the little caterpillar which grows a cocoon, emerges from it, and can be seen as a beautiful butterfly by the end of the book; also, the animal which will have it's tail tried on next can be seen hiding somewhere on the page before it's turn.This book not only teaches about animals, and their physiology, but has a great lesson to be learned about being happy and comfortable with who you are. Further extending the fun learning opportunities is the 'For Creative Minds' section in the back of the book, where there is a footprint map, and a tail matching activity. Both which were thoroughly enjoyed by my three year old.Sylvan Dell Publishing describes its books as "science and math through literature". A worthy goal, which they have managed to accomplish very well. The Sylvan Dell website has some great information and further activities and resources to go along with each book, such as quizzes and teaching activities. I will definitely keep my eyes out for more books by this publisher.
  • (5/5)
    While Little Skink hunts yummy ants for breakfast, she is suddenly attacked by a crow! But she has a trick to escape – she snaps off her tail, and it keeps on wiggling! Little Skink is happy to be alive, but she misses her bright blue tail. Little Skink’s Tail follows Little Skink as she daydreams of having the tails of other animals in the forest. Readers will enjoy pretending with her, trying on tail after tail. The first is too puffy-fluffy, and another too stinky! Then one day Little Skink gets a big surprise…and she doesn’t have to dream of tails anymore. The “For Creative Minds” section has information on tail adaptations and communications and a mix-and-match tail activity.This was an adorable children's book. I loved how Little Shink used her imagination to "see" what she would look like with different animal tails. The illustrations by Laurie Allen Klein are beautiful. I think this book would be a great book for all young children as it teaches them to use their imagination. The "For Creative Minds" section at the back of the book is a wonderful addition that I think children will love.This book won the 2009 Teachers Choice Award and Mom's Choice Awards.