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Words and faces
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Students have the opportunity to discuss faces and the emotions associated with them. Detailed, supportive photographs, high-frequency words, and repetitive phrases support beginning readers. These words provide an opportunity to describe how faces look while their features react to emotion.
Similes, in moderation, deserve consideration as well. Faces can be compared to or with: A _____’s butt A baby doll A bad dream A brewing storm A bruised peach A camel’s puss A da Vinci portrait A movie star A mud pie A nightmare A pancake A.
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This book, in particular, is great for its wordless quality because of the many different expressions on babies' faces. First, babies seem to LOVE looking at close up drawings and pictures of faces. Second, it offers a great opportunity to talk with your child about emotions and use your own labeling words for what each baby is feeling/5().
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Explore Scholastic's Minibook: Feelings and Faces printables and worksheets for all ages that cover subjects like reading, writing, math, and science. Let your kids associate words with feelings using this printable minibook.
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He is also currently a psychology professor at Harvard University. The book looks at words and rules, which are what language consists of and helps Cited by: First Words - Fun Baby Fun Fun Fun learning for babies, children and kids. Learn and read english with fun pictures and bright colours.
Lots of sound effects too. Don't forget to. In this episode, we feature the book "Words are Like Faces." We learn about words and emotions.
Credits: Produced By Brookline Interactive Group and Brookline Early Education Program Script. Mini-Book Details. Grade: Pre-K - 2. Subject: Feelings and Emotions, Sight Words, Vocabulary.
Genre: Nonfiction/Informational. Number of Pages: 2. Type: Mini-Books. Guided Reading Level: C - C. Common Core: RF.K.3, RF, RF, RI.K.4, RI, RIBeautiful Words To Share.
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Besides the fact that there are only a few faces in there and they really don't express the words, the "Boo Hoo" page actually made my month old cry in a way he's never cried before.
He had a terrible heartbroken "save me" face and crying to match and needed a lot of comforting. This book makes me angry and it's going in the trash/5().