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Literature & Fiction
  • Author:
    Alan Tiegreen,Joanna Cole
  • ISBN:
    0688094384
  • ISBN13:
    978-0688094386
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  • Publisher:
    William Morrow & Co (September 1, 1991)
  • Pages:
    64 pages
  • Subcategory:
    Literature & Fiction
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  • Rating:
    4.1
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    915
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It seems like this book was made for children.

It seems like this book was made for children. First I have doubts, that children at that stage could/would mimic the figures in this book, and second, the book isn't inviting; a child wouldn't look at it in the first place.

The Eentsy, Weentsy Spider : Fingerplays and Action Rhymes. Children and their parents can join the eentsy, weentsy spider in its climb up the waterspout, pretend to pound in a nail while singing "The Hammer Song," and tip their bodies over for "I'm a Little Teapot

The Eentsy, Weentsy Spider : Fingerplays and Action Rhymes. by Stephanie Calmenson and Joanna Cole.

Cole, Joanna; Calmenson, Stephanie; Tiegreen, Alan, il. Includes bibliographical references (p. 63) and index. A collection of play rhymes intended to be accompanied by finger play and other physical activities.

Cole, Joanna; Calmenson, Stephanie; Tiegreen, Alan, ill. Publication date.

The Eentsy, Weensy Spider: Fingerplays and Action Rhymes. Joanna Cole who also writes under the pseudonym B. J. Barnet is an author of children’s books who teaches science

The Eentsy, Weentsy Spider: Fingerplays and Action Rhymes. The Eentsy, Weensy Spider: Fingerplays and Action Rhymes. 0688108059 (ISBN13: 9780688108052). Barnet is an author of children’s books who teaches science. She is most famous as the author of The Magic School Bus series of children's books. Joanna Cole has written over 250 books ranging from her first book Cockroach to her famous series Magic School Bus. Cole was born in Newark, New Jersey, and grew up in nearby East Orange.

The Eentsy, Weentsy Spider: Fingerplays and Action Rhymes. Harcourt, The Eensy-Weensy Spider. Illustrated by Nadine Bernard Westcott. Illustrated by Alan Tiegreen. Morrow, Thirty-eight common rhymes with illustrated instructions. Pat-A-Cake and Other Play Rhymes.

The Eentsy, Weensy Spider. The Eentsy, Weensy Spider.

Sy sapp fingerplays and action rhymes compiled by joanna cole . Incladesinlox CONTENTS FINGERPLAYS AND ACTION RHYMES Ten Litlle Firefighters Balloons Two Fat Sausages Six Little Ducks Open, Shut Them Rain Apples Ten Little Fingers The Quiet Mouse Grandma's Spectacles Im Little Teapot Here's a Cup Bluebirds Great Big Ball My Hat The Eentsy, Weentsy Spider Up to the Ceiling 2 4 15 16 18 19 20 2 22 23 24 Px).

This fingerplay is based on Two Little Black Birds and helps kids . The eensy weensy spider went up the water spout.

This fingerplay is based on Two Little Black Birds and helps kids understand opposite concepts such as fast and slow, loud and quiet. You can make up an endless number of your own verses or you can adapt the animal and action to another storytime theme. Lyrics: Lyrics: Two little black bears sitting on a hill, One named Jack and one named Phil, Run away Jack, run away Phil. Come back jack, come back Phil. Down came the rain and washed the spider out. Out came the sun and dried up all the rain, And the eensy weensy spider went up the spout again. Here is another version: The itsy bitsy spider went up the water spout.

The eensy-weensy spider climbed up the water spout. Pat-A-Cake and Other Play Rhymes by Joanna Cole. Touch left thumb to right index finger, then right thumb to left index finger. Repeat while slowly lifting hands. Ask the librarian to help you find books you can borrow about lap games, nursery rhymes, fingerplays, and children’s songs. Some of the titles to look for are: I’m a Little Teapot by Shelagh McGee. Knock at the Door by Kay Chorao. Ring-A-Round-A-Rosy by Priscilla Lamont.

A collection of play rhymes intended to be accompanied by finger play and other physical activities

Macill
Sometimes with kids you just say, "Hm, what will I do with you right now?'

This book is a great answer to that question. It's an oldie, but goodie - so be prepared for some dated looking little drawings, but some great ideas. My daughter is a year old and I like having inspiration for new songs and little hand motions to do with her while we hang out on the couch, ride the bus, or sit in a waiting room. It has been fun remembering some old songs ("Where Is Thumbkin?") and learning some new ones too.
Golkis
This book has some fun songs and is very easy to follow because it depicts the hand motions well. Some are songs and some are poems. The songs have the tunes included in case you don't remember (or if it's a new-to-you song). My 5 month old likes watching my hands and likes hearing me sing to him. I foresee this being a book I will reference for a long time!

(I did get a used copy, FYI. I don't think it's worth the full price amount.)
Molace
We have a 2 and 3 year old. My 3 year old especially loves this book. It shows you all the finger/hand actions to do during the songs in a really easy way to understand. Also, I like how the book is all black and white. I don't know a lot of these action rhymes so I can keep the book out for reference for me while we are using it - but the pictures don't really captivate my kids enough for it to distract them from what I'm trying to show them.
Dogrel
I'm a grandma of eight who spent many an airline flight with one or more grandchildren in tow. From six months to even nine years, this book really entertains children. They love the poems and the action. Just be sure all keep their "inside voices" on the plane. The book is also great for auto trips and waiting for doctor appointments.

My copy is tattered and for a long time I could not find this book anywhere and assumed it was out of print. I was so happy to find it on Amazon last month. It's a wonderful gift for weary mothers. Even tired and cranky children respond with smiles.

M.C. Wolf
Dianaghma
Liked variety of ideas
lubov
We love to sing in our home and this book was a big hit. I got it for my 2 year old and he's now 3 and we still pull it out to sing our favorites. He's the perfect age to do all the motions now. Great book and it's nice to finally know all the words to the songs!
TheSuspect
This book contains 38 finger plays, from the well-known (I'm a Little Teapot) to ones I've never heard of (Here are Mother's Knives and Forks). Each is in big type with large illustrations to show you how to do the fingerplay. For those that are sung, musical arrangements are at the back of the book, along with a bibliography and index.
Excellent resource for the fingerplay challenged!
We were going on a 15 hr/2 day road trip with a 4yr old (almost 5) and a 10 month old. I was picking up some books for the trip and picked this up to be able to take advantage of the 4-for-3 deal.

This was THE BEST book for trips. Some of the finger rhymes were ones I knew and all of them had very clear pictures for knowing how to do it yourself. No trying to interpret text descriptions here. And the words were large and easy to read when the book was on my lap and I was doing the actions with my hands such that the kids could see them.

This book never lost its charm for my kids -- I got tired of doing the rhymes and would close it up and make them do other things. My son borrowed the book from me when not being used actively and both read it himself and tried to do the rhymes.

This is seriously the best travel "toy" I have ever purchased. Though I'm sure we'll be using it more at home too now. It certainly would have helped to know more of these by heart when waiting at restaurants and such.