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A Foot in the Mouth: Poems to Speak, Sing and Shout By Paul B. Janeczko Chris Raschka,

  • Title: A Foot in the Mouth: Poems to Speak, Sing and Shout
  • Author: Paul B. Janeczko Chris Raschka
  • ISBN: 9780763606633
  • Page: 221
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Whether rhyming, tongue tying, or defying structure, here are than three dozen poems that simply beg to be read aloud The creators of A POKE IN THE I and A KICK IN THE HEAD complete a triplet with this collection of lively rhymes and tricky tongue twisters, poems for than one voice, bilingual poems and poems that may just inspire kids to memorize them Paul B.Whether rhyming, tongue tying, or defying structure, here are than three dozen poems that simply beg to be read aloud The creators of A POKE IN THE I and A KICK IN THE HEAD complete a triplet with this collection of lively rhymes and tricky tongue twisters, poems for than one voice, bilingual poems and poems that may just inspire kids to memorize them Paul B Janeczko offers a range of gems, from classic Shakespeare and Lear to anonymous rhymes to contemporary riffs on everything under the sun, while Chris Raschka counterpoints with the vibrant accents of his wittily detailed artwork.
    A Foot in the Mouth Poems to Speak Sing and Shout Whether rhyming tongue tying or defying structure here are than three dozen poems that simply beg to be read aloud The creators of A POKE IN THE I and A KICK IN THE HEAD complete a triplet with thi

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    1. Wider reading focus book 12 poetry A Foot in the Mouth Poems to Speak, Sing, and Shout does exactly what it says on the tin It is one of those books you can just pick up immediately and read as a group to enjoy rhythm, pace and the imagery that the language creates Paul B Janeczko does a great job in selecting poems and arranging them into simple categories Poems for One two three Voices Tongue Twisters List Poems Short stuff Bilingual Poems Limericks and Poems for a Group.Depending on which pag [...]

    2. This book is full of quirky, short, fun poems Every poem is a new and exciting read and this is something to keep students entertained in the classroom This book holds tongue twisters, poems for than one person to read, bilingual poems, and poems that just bring life to a classroom Reading poetry aloud is so important for students to hear and understand that life can be added to them In my classroom, one activity I would do with my children is to read some poems aloud for my students so they ge [...]

    3. Title A Foot in the Mouth Poems to Speak, Sing, and ShoutAuthor Paul B JaneczkoIllustrator Chris RaschkaGenre PoetryThemes Opening line sentence The poems I like best wear classic black with vintage accessories and smell like a new book, the spring just cracked.Brief Book Summary This book is filled with tons of fun poetry for children of all ages The book starts off talking about poetry and then continues on to cover a wide range of topics Some of the poetry titles include Jabberwocky, Lone Dog [...]

    4. Title A Foot in the MouthAuthor Paul B JaneczkoIllustrator Chris RaschkaGenre PoetryTheme s Funny, Nonsense, RealOpening line sentence Poetry is sound Oh sure, it s other things, too, but sound needs to be near the top of the list To hear the sound of a poem, really hear it, you need to read it out loud Or have someone read it to you Brief Book Summary This book contains a collection of 37 poems that are designed to be read aloud to give the reader a different understanding of poems Some poems c [...]

    5. 1 Genre Junior, Poetry2 Summary One voice, two voice, three voice, free voice This title lends itself to boundless styles of poetry from tongue twisters for one and free verse for four 3a Area for comment Style, Content3b Critique The style of this title is unique and fun loving The content is remarkably diverse in the sense that it offers so many ways to read and express poetry 3c Critique Example This title offers 40 poems from the following categories one voice, tongue twisters, two voice, li [...]

    6. 1 Junior Book Poetry2 Paul Janeczko did a wonderful job selecting the poems for this book If you are looking for a book of poetry that has it all, this is the book for you 3 a Poem choices b I am not a huge fan of poetry I like it but it has to grab me I love the fact that this book has something in it for everyone When reading poetry you have to connect with the language There are several poems in here that are even bilingual and I think that is great I love how he has the contents set up so yo [...]

    7. Paul A Janeczko ed , A Foot in the Mouth Poems to Speak, Sing, and Shout Candlewick, 2009 Clever collection of poetry for kids that demands to be read aloud, from Lewis Caroll to Walt Whitman and covering a great deal of ground in between Publishers Weekly noted that all the pieces have an edge , and I ve read a review or two that cautions that some of these pieces are not suitable for younger audiences I disagree with that assessment in the same way I disagree with any sheltering of kids, but i [...]

    8. 4th 6th gradeThis book is a compilation of poetry The illustrations that accent the poems is very vivid and abstract modern art design The particular poem I chose to focus on for the purpose of the assignment is, The Poems I Like Best by Tracie Vaughn Zimmer The versus are grouped in one sentence but the text is arrange in a sense that there are only 3 5 words per line This particular poem would interest students because of the visual pictures described by the author makes you think about she us [...]

    9. Not being a poetry person, this is not a book I would pick up for my own enjoyment However, the selection of poems in this collection would be great for reading aloud to children of all ages The book includes everything from Limericks to Shakespeare, the Jabberwocky to the Owl and the Pussycat To use this for a poetry reading, or to ask readers to illustrate their favorite would be great ways to get students involved in poetry.Readers who like silly or dramatic readings should like this Those wh [...]

    10. This poetry book incorporates so many different types of poems that any student could find at least one they like They vary from the very short and funny limericks to the Double, Double Toil and Trouble witch s speech from Shakespeare s Macbeth.It would be fun to read some of these poems aloud There is also the potential of having the students recite some poetry in this book There are several written for teams to recite together Having a creative day of costumes and acting would be great with so [...]

    11. I was looking for A poke in the eye or a kick in the head when i found this one by the same author and illustrator A collection of poems to read aloud speak, sing and shout according to the author Some are familiar poets or authors and others a less well known It would be great for use in a classroom as many of the poems have 2 or parts to read and vary in length and style Also, there are several bilingual poems translated from English to Spanish including one by Sandra Cisneros about the love [...]

    12. This is a collection of about three dozen poems by various poets The common theme is that all of the poems included are best read aloud There are tongue twisters, poems for one voice, and poems for two voices Also the reader will find bilingual poems, limericks, and a few poems for a group The illustrations are very unique somewhat abstract, bands of colored paint, collage techniques, and outlining.

    13. Want your class to enjoy singing out silly poems This book has many different poems some about dogs, cats coats and food Bring the gift of poetry to life with your students with this fun poem book I recommend the teacher decide on which poems the students read at the lower levels due to some of the topic choices, but a great tool for upper elementary.

    14. A collection poems that are best read aloud Poetry from classic and contemporary authors is included as well as a few bilingual English Spanish entries.Illustrations were rendered in watercolor, ink and torn paper This is a great selection to recommend to grades 3 5, especially for classroom use.

    15. This collection provides an amazing resource for poems that are simply meant to read aloud The word play is constant featuring rhyming, onomatopoeia, and even a poem that could introduce children to the word orthographic It is a necessary addition to any classroom.

    16. I loved this compilation of poems for the middle grade school reader It was a wonderful introduction complete with artwork It might have a limited audience due to the topic, which I find incredibly sad.

    17. Paul B Janeczko is a hero of mine in regards to poetry This carefully selected assortment of poetry will not disappoint for a busy teacher, eager parent, or reluctant reader.Bilingual poems, limericks and tongue twisters are but a few of the varieties of poetry found within the colorful pages.

    18. Another nice collection by Janeczko and Raschka I like kids sharing poetry out loud, and some of these poems, like Jabberwocky and Speak Up and I Am Standing Girl on Land, Boy at Sea , are great for kids to read before the group.

    19. A lovely collection of poetry I enjoyed his challenge in the introduction to try to memorize some of these while they were all good poems, there was nothing that grabbed me by the throat and compelled me to break my silent reading.

    20. I always really enjoy the poetry collaborations between Paul Janeczko and Chris Raschka and this newest is no exception This collection of poetry is all selected for reading aloud and they are FUN poems If you have a child who claims not to enjoy poetry, this is the collection for you

    21. Some of my favorite poems for choral readings are in this book along with many poems I was not familiar with These are fun for reading out loud and many are perfect for reading together

    22. This and A Poke in the I are two collections that I think every teacher should own There Pure greatness I want it.

    23. I have loved all of these Raschka Janeczko collaborations The poety is a nice mix and a great way to learn form Grades 2

    24. I loved this book The poems were very catchy I know that children will love to read this book and it is a good to make poetry fun for students.

    25. Do not read this alone I read it by myself and did not like it at all These poems aren t bad, but they lose a lot when read solo.

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