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repetitive stories

Discussion in 'Special educational needs' started by cynthiapelman, Feb 21, 2011.

  1. Brown Bear Brown Bear (what do you see) by Bill Martin Jr. Pictures can be downloaded from ********** or from Google images
    Look there's my Hat (Maureen Roffey)
     
  2. A good little book that all kids love:
    We're Going on a Bear Hunt by Michael Rosen and Helen Oxenbury
     
  3. Three billy goats gruff, chicken licken, little red hen, three little pigs.......there are loads!
     
  4. Polar Bear, Polar Bear what do you see?
     
  5. Oh Dear! ( by the same guy who wrote Dear Zoo, which is another good repetitive story!)
    In Oh Dear Buster is at Grandma's farm looking for eggs. He tries all the animals in tuen. They all say 'no eggs here' and Buster says 'Oh dear!'
     
  6. There are 100's but faves of mine are 'Peace at Last!' (Oh No- I can'y stand this!)- Jill Murphy and 'Suddenly!' by Colin McNaughton. The kids love shouting out the repeat phrases and loud!!
     

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