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13 edition of Do you want to be my friend? found in the catalog.

Do you want to be my friend?

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  • 1 Currently reading

Published by Crowell in New York .
Written in English

  • Mice -- Juvenile fiction,
  • Animals -- Juvenile fiction,
  • Mice -- Fiction,
  • Animals -- Fiction,
  • Stories without words

  • About the Edition

    A mouse searches everywhere for a friend.

    LC ClassificationsPZ10.3.C1896 Do
    The Physical Object
    Pagination[33] p. (chiefly col. illus.)
    Number of Pages33
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL5703419M
    ISBN 10069024276X
    LC Control Number70140643

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Do you want to be my friend? by Eric Carle Download PDF EPUB FB2

Do You Want to Be My Friend was an ALA Notable Book and an Honor Book at the Book World Spring Book Festival when first published in Cited by: Apart from the question " Do you want to be my friend?" There is no text, so you can make up your own story.

The pupils loved guessing the animals, but it was a pity that the elephant was shown only on the front cover, instead of within the rest of the story as well. Also, and perhaps I am being too fussy here, I would rather that the title had been, " Would you like to be my friend?"/5().

This book has very few words, it is great for the beginning of a school year. The book would help students learn about simply asking someone to be your friend. The book is also fun and allows students to guess what animal is going to appear on the next page.

A great group book.4/4(13). Do You Want to Be My Friend is a wordless picturebook that tells the story of a mouse who encounters a variety of different animals while he is in search of a friend.

The story follows the mouse from page to page where he doesnt lose hope in finding the right friend. According to our class notes on art, Carles art is considered abstract/5.

This is a simple and nearly wordless picture book for children to explore in a variety of ways. Shared with little ones, the bright pictures showing a small gray mouse's search for the perfect pal help introduce colors, animals, and sounds. Many preschoolers will also be drawn to the idea of looking for a friend.

Do You Want to Be My Friend. was selected as an ALA Notable Children's Book, a Library of Congress Children's Book Pick, and a Book World Spring Book Festival Honor Book. It supports the Common Core Do you want to be my friend? book ally written for the pre-reading child, this alluring tale is told almost entirely without words and teaches basic skills of reading.

For the children who easily find friends, this book can help them understand how it feels to be one of the "different" kids who need a friend. We can ask, "Would it have made the mouse feel better if the other animals would be his friend?" This book can introduce great discussions.

There are plenty of books that show children an ideal world/5(). Friend book for young children DIY friendship books for preschoolers so that you can talk with your child about the friends that they have made and remember who they are as they get older Adapt for Jesus is my friend.

Teachers can read during PreK Sunday School. "Do You Want To Be My Friend" Printable Book used by Eric Carle 11 puzzles to match tail with front of animal 11 puzzles to ask child to look at the back of animal and guess what the animal is 11 cards with picture and name of animals 12 color /5(39).

Do you want to be my friend. asks the little mouse, and hopefully follows a tail, finding at the end of it a rather unfriendly horse. But theres another tail, and another, and a strange, long, green one, too, that follows the mouse on his quest for a friend.

Each page of this ingenious picture book contains a surprise%(). Tell students that they will each be given a turn to draw a friend's name from a basket. They will then need to use that friend's name to complete the predictable sentence, " (Name of student) is my friend.".

Let the 'friend' orally spell his or her name as you write it. Do You Want to Be My Friend. was selected as an ALA Notable Children's Book, a Library of Congress Children's Book Pick, and a Book World Spring Book Festival Honor Book.

It 3/5(25). "Do you want to be my friend?" asks the lonely little mouse. He follows a tai1, but all he finds at its end is a rather unfriendly horse.

The little mouse just wants someone to play with-but he'll 3/5(25). A little mouse meets a seal, a giraffe, a hippopotamus, a fox with red, red fur, and a surprise as he bravely looks to find a friend in this miniature versio. Book – Do You Want to Be My Friend. by Eric Carle. Large piece of butcher paper.

Discuss the meaning of being a friend and what good qualities are in a friend. Read the story. Discuss the mouse’s search for the perfect friend. What good qualities were in each friend he found. Make a friendship rainbow to hang over the entrance way to your door. This lesson uses the Eric Carle book: Do You Want to Be My Friend.

to teach about social skills and how to develop friendships. Do You Want to Be My Friend. Find the Resources You Need. Search. More Teaching Resources: • Academic's Choice - Award-Winning Educational Media &. Aunt T reading Do You Want to Be My Friend for Nora and Rusty.

Do You Want to Be My Friend written and illustrated by Eric Carle, copywrite Published by Philomel Books. Listed on the top Children's Book, Eric Carle's wordless story explores concepts of friendship and belonging.

Intro by Kindergarten Teacher, Kelley Clark. Learn more about Eric Carle and buy. by All rights reserved. Copyright c. Title: bemyfriend(C) Created Date: 12/5/ PM.

If You Give A Mouse A Cookieviews Eric Carle’s Brown Bear Animal Parade (StoryToys Entertainment Limited) - Best App For Kids - Duration: Children's Book Review: Do You Want to Be My Friend. Board Book by Eric Carle, Author, Eric Carle, Illustrator HarperFestival $ (15p) ISBN.

"Do You Want to Be My Friend?" is a wordless picture book. Personally I think books like these are wonderful for students, because even if they can't read they can look at the pictures and make up their own story using their imagination/5(49).

Cute book about making friends, compromises and finding things you have in common with a new friend. Charlie and Lola stories are guaranteed pleasers in our house (especially if I don't read it in my very fake English accent!)/5.

You Will Be My Friend. is about Lucy who wakes up one morning and decides that she is going to make new friends. Lucy quickly finds that making friends is harder than she thought she is much too big for frogs pond and she You Will Be My Friend. by Peter Brown was published by Hachette Book Group in /5.

Sep 5, - Explore marksgirl81's board "You will be my friend activities" on Pinterest. See more ideas about Friendship activities, Friendship theme and Friend activities.8 pins. You Will Be My Friend by Peter Brown My students love another Peter Brown book, Children Make Terrible Pets, which is so hilarious and always a class favorite.

Children love to see this author back with a fun story of friendship. With Eric Carle’s distinctive two-dimensional illustrations brimming with textured almost-3d colors (bright green, purple, and golden brown), he introduces this endearing little mouse in his book published in entitled “Do You Want to be My Friend?” – a post for our Bimonthly special “When Words are Not Enough” – a Wordless Picture Book special for the months of March.

Do you Want to Be My Friend. by Eric Carle (Harper Collins Publishers,Ages:Paperback, $) Do you have a toddler beginning to read. Do You Want to Be My Friend.

is a great book to teach English children books are read top to ces are read left to right. This colorful book stresses and reinforces this point. Lucy’s adventure in YOU WILL BE MY FRIEND. took her all over the forest. She went to a pond to talk to a frog, climbed a tree to talk to a giraffe, and crawled into a hole to talk to a rabbit.

Use the blanks below to imagine a fun adventure you could go on with one of your friends – new or old. Then, draw you and your friend in the box Size: 3MB. "Do you want to be my friend?" asks a little mouse of a horse, a peacock, an alligator and others in this classic and charming story.

Only when he meets another little mouse, is the answer unequivocally, "Yes!""Each page of this ingenious, all but wordless picture book affords surprise, suspense, and repeated pleasure for the viewer.".

Preschool and Kindergarten Friendship Crafts, Activities, Games, and Printables. Children celebrate the joys of making and having friends with our friendship theme. They engage in sharing and caring activities, games, songs, rhymes, literature, and snacks.

The Plant Seeds of Friendship and Friendship Quilt activities are excellent starting points for discussions on. Mister Bud is a dog of routine. He has wake up time, nap time, rest time, dinner time, etc.

And everyone knows to follow his schedule. Then disaster strikes. From the creator of the national bestseller It's a Book comes a Caldecott Honor-winning timeless story. This classic tale of friendship tracks a small gray mouse's search for the perfect pal.

He searches the animal kingdom for companionship and asks the various animals the same question: "Do you want to be my friend?" Not until he finds an unexpected respondent does.

When you see the person you think you want to add, click on her face; this takes you to her Timeline. At the bottom-right corner of her cover photo is an Add Friend button.

To add this person as a friend, all you need to do is click the Add Friend button. Clicking this button sends a Friend Request.

When she accepts, you’ll become friends. You should send friend requests to people you know and trust. Add a friend by searching for them or directly from People You May Know. You can control who can friend and follow you by editing your privacy settings.

If you don’t want someone to see you on Facebook, learn how to unfriend or block them. You can have up to 5, friends at a time. Will You Be My Friend. A Bunny and Bird Story by Nancy Tafuri is the first in this series about two animals who both live in an apple tree: Shy Bird up high and Bunny in a hole at ground level.

When a rainstorm ruins Bird's nest, Bunny invites her in, and helps her, along with Chipmunk and Squirrel, to rebuild her nest/5. You want to help your friends by spreading the word with a good review, but you don’t want to appear biased, and on the flip side, what if you promote a friend’s book that’s clearly not as good as you say it is.

People won’t trust you. A friend who is willing to stick up for you is nice to have, and when they do it early on it's a sign they know a lot about being a good friend. Check In On You to See How You're Doing People who send you an email just to see how you're doing or write on your Facebook wall are showing an interest in your life and emotions.

Uses Eric Carle's Do You Want to Be My Friend. to teach about friendship. This activity supports social and emotional development, as well as providing positive guidance.

Libby Bloom is a humorous beginning chapter book that keeps the reader smiling, even through the serious parts. Among the thought provoking themes students will explore are.

Although this may put your potential friend on the defensive should they not want to spend any additional time with you, it's hard to fault a person for being clear and true. Learners participate in a variety of emergent and early-literacy activities based on a "friendship" theme.

Learners listen to the book Do You Want to Be My Friend by Eric Carle, then echo read, choral read, and independently read.