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Red Light, Green Light #2019

Red Light Green Light Roll into one little boy s make believe traffic world filled with flashing lights zooming cars whirring helicopters and racing fire engines He s turned records into rotaries shoe boxes and books

  • Title: Red Light, Green Light
  • Author: Anastasia Suen Ken Wilson-Max
  • ISBN: 9780152025823
  • Page: 396
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Red Light, Green Light By Anastasia Suen Ken Wilson-Max, Roll into one little boy s make believe traffic world, filled with flashing lights, zooming cars, whirring helicopters, and racing fire engines He s turned records into rotaries, shoe boxes and books into highway ramps, crayons into lane markers, and dandelions into trees It s a world where imagination rules and creativity abounds.With its bouncy rhyming text and brightRoll into one little boy s make believe traffic world, filled with flashing lights, zooming cars, whirring helicopters, and racing fire engines He s turned records into rotaries, shoe boxes and books into highway ramps, crayons into lane markers, and dandelions into trees It s a world where imagination rules and creativity abounds.With its bouncy rhyming text and bright illustrations, this book is perfect for every preschooler who loves planes, trains, and automobiles It s a bold introduction to how vehicles stop and go

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    1. Red light, Green light is about a child who recreated his own experience with traffic and what the green and red light mean while being in traffic The child is using his own imagination and creativity by using house toys to create traffic and make his own story about traffic He is able to explain what happens when there is traffic and how cars move around traffic Using toys can encourage literacy the child is using his language to create a life story about something that he has experience in rea [...]

    2. This looks like it would be a good choice for our infant lapsit or book babies storytimes Depending on how wiggly the group was, I might not read the whole thing just some of my favorite pages I can just see the grownups in our groups bouncing their little ones gently in time to the book s rhythm Fun

    3. Title Red Light, Green LightAuthor Anastasia SuenGenre Concept BookTheme s Cars, Trains, Traffic, RhymeOpening line sentence Grab your keys, rev your engines, and get ready to roll Brief Book Summary The main character is a little boy who create his own make believe traffic world that filled with flashing lights, cars, helicopters and fire engines He is very creative and turns records into rotaries, shoe boxes into high way ramps, and much Professional Recommendation Review 1 School Library Jou [...]

    4. A great choice for toddler storytime, as there are lots of possible directions I could use And all of the car loving kids will like it Bright colors to keep their attention, and the rhyming helps the book move along.8 3 10 Worked so well in this group They loved the helicopter motions And the traffic sounds worked better than I thought And some kids were happy as soon as they saw cars.8 5 10 A tough group to work with so I m not sure how well it went off 3 3 11 Both groups did well with this, th [...]

    5. This book was such a hit My kids loved it, mainly because as the story goes on, we find that the entire roadway is constructed in the little boy s room You could tell this by the cover, but a lot of toddlers don t pay attention to the cover It made them realize that they could do the same and they were extremely happy with the thought Many conversations ensued as we learned about different road sets that the kids had and changes that they would have made to the protagonist s track If you need a [...]

    6. It is a successful picture book, wish it were bigger size so easier to show children during storytime It is good for giving children a sense of traffic, red light stop, green light go Simple words and colorful illustrations

    7. I think this would be a really good one on one read with a toddler It was a bit difficult in story time, as there was less time to discuss what was actually happening But for kids who are obsessed with automobiles, this would be a great choice

    8. Children will be able to learn about the different transportations and traffic patterns The illustrations are lively and colorful The book is full of imagination The book structure has rhyming The book teaches children about the different road signs.

    9. My 6 month old loved the bright, bold colored illustrations I liked that the illustrations were of a little boy s toy town complete with a rubber ducky instead of a real town Short and sweet and rhyming always good, I say Cute for his age, or probably also for beginning readers.

    10. A young boy creates an imaginary world filled with zooming cars, flashing traffic lights, and racing fire engines.

    11. Great traffic story time book for babies Would love to use with Freight Train, and the red light green light scarves

    12. Simple text and bright illustrations tell the story of a child creating a town with their own toys where traffic stops and goes.

    13. Young boy creates an adventure with cars, trains, planes, helicopters and much Good for transportation storytime.

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