By Anna Jane Hays, Linda Davick
"MY institution starts off in a single week so—I have SEVEN DAYS to head. mother says wait and see, don't worry. yet I can't wait! I'm in a hurry!"In this pleasant booklet a bit lady counts off the times by way of naming what she'll do in kindergarten. "I'll be prepared, I'll be shrewdpermanent. i'm going to get a working commence. I'll say thanks, I'll say please. i'll say my ABCs!" And determining what to put on and what to take are all a part of her education for that interesting first day. With bouncy read-aloud rhyme, vibrant, enjoyable illustrations, and hidden gadgets to discover on each one web page, Kindergarten Countdown will get youngsters off at the correct foot.
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Antiphonal parts have been added which are passed within the string section, creating links to early Bach Brandenburg Concertos. The overall composition uses a ternary structure cementing links with classical controlled structure. (Exemplar text for GCSE music by Barrie McArdie, Queensbury School, Bradford) (See Handout 4b on the DVD for examples of colour-coded exemplar text from a range of subjects). From this point on, all exemplar text is ‘colour coded’ at some stage in each unit. The key to the coding in this book is shown in the right-hand column below.
Diet What do they eat? They eat small furry animals, feathery birds and they are very fond of tasty plump chickens too. But they also eat squiggly insects and juicy berries. • habits Did you know that foxes are nocturnal? That means they come out at night. Foxes are famous for being cunning and pouncing on their prey. Their homes are called dens. Their babies are called cubs. Use detail to help reader picture what you are describing Use connectives to join your ideas Explain difﬁcult words Useful phrases for information writing End: Conclude with an And they can swim!