Barn Dance!

Barn Dance Who can sleep on such a beautiful night Not Mama Horse Not Mama Pig Not Mama Sheep They want to dance Bounce Jig Leap Shhh The little ones are sound asleep or are they

  • Title: Barn Dance!
  • Author: Pat Hutchins
  • ISBN: 9780060891206
  • Page: 469
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Who can sleep on such a beautiful night Not Mama Horse.Not Mama Pig.Not Mama Sheep.They want to dance Bounce Jig Leap Shhh The little ones are sound asleep or are they

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    2 thoughts on “Barn Dance!

    1. Pat Hutchins is an English illustrator and writer of children s books.She won the 1974 Kate Greenaway Medal from the Library Association, recognising the year s best children s book illustration by a British subject The work was The Wind Blew, a picture book in rhyme which she also wrote It shows how a crowd of people anxiously chase their belongings in the wind.

    2. My 6 year olds review: (great for encouraging little ones to read) I like the book a lot, there are a lot of my popcorn words in it.

    3. This a fun, rhythmic book about barn animals who like to dance. First it was horse, then sheep, then pig who showed off their moves. I like this book's liveliness and creative rhyming.

    4. The thing that bothered me about this book was the rhyming patterns. They are just off. It is cute with all of the dancing animals however.

    5. A rhyming story with some great animals dancing and absolutely gorgeous illustrations - perfect for reading aloud.

    6. Barn Dance! / written and illustrated by Pat Hutchins -- New York : Greenwillow Books, c2007. (32 pages)SUMMARY: Who can sleep on such a beautiful night? Not Mama Horse. Not Mama Pig. Not Mama Sheep. They want to dance! Bounce! Jig! and Leap! -- Shhh! The little ones are sound asleepor are they just waiting for their turn? (bookjacket)REVIEW: The different animals have different ways of dancing that are unique to them which comes through in the text and illustrations. However, overall, I didn't [...]

    7. Barn Dance by Pat Hutchins What is the book about?The book is about three mother animals and their children. The animals are a horse, sheep, and pig. There children are fast asleep in the hay so they decide to go to them and join them. Each mother does a dance move and gets in some sort of trouble afterwards. After each mother is fast asleep in their hay the three children sneak out to dance the night away. They then sneak back into the hay before their mothers can notice. What is the rhyming li [...]

    8. This is a very fun books about some mother animals late one night wanting to dance but their babies were asleep. This is an excellent introduction to some music and movement activities. The verses where well written and rhymed beautifully. The art was also very eye-catching.LEARNING EXPERIENCE:The class has its own barn dance during music and movement. Each child gets an opportunity to dance how they want before giving a turn to the next student. It helps if the teachers participate.

    9. Brightly colored, humor filled illustrations and rhyming text engage readers. The full moon draws all the farm animals out to dance - "bounce, jug and to leap" - one night while their little ones were fast asleep. They have fun, but not exactly the kind of fun they expected, and they end up asleep…while their little ones enjoy a little fun of their own.

    10. The illustrations were very colorful and descriptive. It is a rhyming book with great adjectives that describes many items. This book is a great way to teach children how to use adjectives. A learning experience would be to break down the book and pick out adjectives and place them in different sentences.

    11. Another farm yard book, with the same characters as in Don't Get Lost!, but the illustrations style is different. The rhymed text is not great, but okay.

    12. I love this book with the dancing pig, horse, and sheep mamas. The dancing causes all sorts of trouble but the mamas keep dancing until they are exhausted. I'm not sure this would be a storytime crowd-pleaser but it would be great one-on-one read aloud.

    13. Accidentally checked this book out when I wanted the Bill Martin Jr. version, whoops. This book would pair nicely with David Ezra Stein's Interrupting Chicken, methinks

    14. The grown ups dance wildly to the point they are tired and have to rest and so the kids sneak out for their own dance. A lovely story.

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