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Annotated Bibliography Tabitha Floyd ECE335

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Annotated Bibliography Tabitha Floyd ECE335: Children’s Literature Instructor: Julie Hacker November 8 th , 2010
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Annotated Bibliography Kilmer, J. (Fall/ 2010). Preschool education : Brown bear Brown bear. Library of childhood education / Social Science , 2. This article is cover on the book Brown Bear, Brown Bear by Bill Martin Jr. This article covers the intellectual development that this book brings to young children. The colors and animals make this book really terrific for children under the age of six. It gives children a chance to use the same words but come up with different animals. This give children a chance to use there imagination and expand there vocabulary. Children like to read this book over and over and by doing so they begin to memorize each animal in the book. Children learn colors and recognition of animals as well as repeating words that lead to the beginning of pattern reading. The author of this article states that this book is a classic and a perfect book for kindergarten and below. She says it gives child a sense of mastery of the written word. Leong, C. (2008, November ). Play to literacy. Early Childhood Education , pp. 23-25. This article covers how to take age appropriate books and expand a child creativity. This article is using the The Little Red Hen by Florence White Williams. This is a story about a little red hen that does all the work. She asks for help but no one will help her. When it comes time for the reward everyone wants to participate. Then, she tells then no.
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