ENGLISH BOOK FOR GRADE ONE

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English Book For Grade One

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English Video Lessons For Primary Schools The English lessons below are for primary & elementary level school kids. Most of the lessons are videos or. Books shelved as grade The Cat in the Hat by Dr. Seuss, Where the Wild Things Are by Maurice Sendak, The Day the Crayons Quit by Drew Daywalt, The Dot. First Grade Book was one of them. While the book . beginners and to tell them in English how to build barns, make wagons, trucks and airplanes, houses, play.

As quiet and beautiful as a snowflake. An amazing semi-autobiographical picture book about a young boy and his deaf father set in Brooklyn. The year is and Jackie Robinson has just been signed to the Brooklyn Dodgers. Find Dad, Jackie, and Me at your local library. This is a layered story that weaves in and out, up and down, to form a fascinating fantasy. The haunting scene of a wispy, wistful girl peering into the glass case on the cover starts the journey.

Inside the case, the girl in the castle, lonely in her turret, appears to be lost in a dreamlike trance. Yet as the story unfolds, the reader learns that the girl in the castle misses the children when they leave the museum and dreams of their return.

Much like the Escher-like stairways of the illustrations, the three worlds intersect and blend into an unexpected story.

And, with characters that look like dolls, dolls that look like porcelain figures from a Dali painting, strange toys, and hazy dream-like colors sparked here and there with a magical light, Bernheimer and Ceccoli have created a mesmerizing fantasy world that is both uniquely surreal, yet comfortingly real and loving.

Perfect for: Kids who like fantasy stories. In particular, he explains how he trains his neighboring humans to give him the food he likes.

Perfect for: Kids who like humor stories. Find Diary of a Wombat at your local library. Very rarely do absolutely gorgeous picture books like this come along. Fantastic prose and magical illustrations make this picture book an instant classic. Find The Snow Leopard at your local library.

Winter Eyes by: Douglas Florian - Greenwillow, 48 pages. Winter Eyes is a beautifully illustrated collection of poems about winter. Each poem celebrates some aspect of winter such as sledding, icicles, woolen socks and the mood of a blustery day. Your child is bound to find at least one poem that introduces her to the joys of a snowy winter or reminds her of a favorite winter activity.

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Find Winter Eyes at your local library. Count the first one hundred days of school with Emily in this fun, fact-filled book. The oversized format of this book makes the bright illustrations pop off the pages. Want to see the movie? This playful story shows that two little girls can be friends and appreciate each other even though they are good at doing different things.

You child will enjoy this book over and over again. Perfect for: Appreciating friends and celebrating differences. Find My Best Friend at your local library. Taulbert, illustrated by: E. Little Cliff does not want to go to first grade. He does not want to leave his toys or his family. However, once he sees his friends and hears everyone having a good time, he quickly changes his mind. Any child who has felt ambivalent about starting school will appreciate this story.

When Miss Smith reads from her storybook, characters pop out and her class experiences the adventures from her magic book in real life! Does the magic work for all readers of the storybook? Oh Brother! This is a special book. Each page-spread is a poem, and together the poems tell the story of a bi-racial, blended family overcoming the trials and tribulations of learning to live and love together.

To Xavier, the house feels too small, the love not enough for two, and just about everything Chris does, Xavier sees as ill-intentioned or competitive. When the brothers work things out and find joy in each other, my 5-year-old daughter in my lap was full of happiness and bounce. The pictures are energetic, expressive and colorful, and more than match the text — they give it life and whimsy. Perfect for: Kids who like poetry.

Find Oh Brother! Flotsam by: David Wiesner - Houghton Mifflin, 40 pages. Dead center in the fish-eye lens on the cover of this fantastic visual voyage floats another lens centered in the face of an old-fashioned brownie-style box camera. A treat from beginning to end.

Find Flotsam at your local library. When she heads to Monterrey, where all the great glass-blowers live and work, disguised as a boy, she learns the depth of her own talent.

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Bobo was usually a good dog and got lots of treats, but when he was a bad dog, he was sent to his doghouse. When even the cat began to miss him, the cat teaches Bobo how to be a good dog. Perfect for: Kids who like adventure stories. Find How to Be a Good Dog at your local library. I Knew You Could! A sweetly written nostalgic book. Singsong rhyming verse combined with the familiar blue engine helps us remember that anything is possible if you persevere.

Younger children may need help understanding the greater meanings behind each rhyming verse. This book encourages children to believe in themselves. Find I Knew You Could at your local library. In this Raggedy Ann and Andy adventure, all their animal friends try to help retrieve the magic wishing pebble that has been stolen by a trickster named Minky. Opens discussions about what wishes are important. This sly reversal of the typical older-sibling-jealous-of-the-new-baby picture book tells the story of Rosemary Emma Angela Lynette Isabel Iris Malone, so-saddled because every relative in the extended family took a hand in the naming.

Is it ever too early to teach compassion? When the children learn the truth, they are given the chance for self-reflection. The lessons learned here will last your child a lifetime.

Perfect for: Kids who like classics. Find The Hundred Dresses at your local library. LeSieg Dr. Seuss , illustrated by: B. Written by Theo. LeSieg Geisel backwards — a charming pen name Dr.

Seuss used when he did not illustrate a title , this funny book is a charmer. Now I grin from ear to ear when my first-grader reads it to me. Seen by some as a commentary on urbanization, this beautifully and simply illustrated book won the prestigious Caldecott Medal in Find The Little House at your local library. Oonagh comes to the rescue and with the help of a fairy charm she tricks Cucullin into deciding that Fin is one giant better left alone. Find Fairytale News at your local library.

Brigg lives in a city of the future where the landscape is all cement, kept clean by giant vacuum systems so that even a mug-full of dust is hard to collect. The Flower has a subtlety that intrigues both older and younger children who totally get it.

And they draw lots of them after reading this book, so have some paper and crayons handy! Find The Flower at your local library. This fractured tale is about a girl who does not like the rules at home and decides to move to another planet.

Children relate to the story line of things not always being pleasant and the occasional desire to escape. Find Goldilocks and the Three Martians at your local library. Two woolly mammoths are having trouble adjusting to the warmth, until they come upon the perfect solution, starting a new fashion trend — short hair. Find Hot Hot Hot at your local library. Little Elephant is so curious she just has to know what the crocodile eats for dinner.

A tug of war stretches her snub-nose into a useful trunk that all elephants have to this day, or so the story goes. Are you looking for a sea adventure? At first life seems great for Jeremy when he joins Braid Beard and his rambunctious crew.

No manners, no bedtime and no nagging to brush your teeth make life on board ship very appealing. Find How I Became a Pirate at your local library.

The wolf gets bigger with each piece of clothing he puts on. The animals do play in the forest all the way through the book.

Rueda includes notes explaining the origins of the song traditional French and Spanish , as well as the musical notation. Mind Your Manners, B. Wolf by: Judy Sierra, illustrated by: J. Otto Seibold - Knopf, 40 pages. For years, the Big Bad Wolf B. Wolf has been living at Villain Villa Senior Center in comfort, receiving nothing in the mail but bills. One day, he gets an invitation to the Annual Storybook Tea at the library.

Wolf, who until this point has never thought out his actions, is at a loss about what to do. This follow-up to the crowd-pleasing Creepy Carrots is hysterical and good for discussions about expectations, growing up, and managing fears.

Maurice the Unbeastly by Amy Dixon Kale-eating, a cappella—singing Maurice encourages readers to be themselves in this creative and appealing celebration of individuality.

Hattie and Hudson by Chris Van Dusen Level-headed and independent Hattie sets an example for her whole community when it comes to accepting an unexpected neighbor. The updated ending conveys an anti-bullying message. Published in partnership with the Yosemite Conservancy, this title encourages readers to do what they love, especially outdoors. Big Friends by Linda Sarah Is it possible to enjoy someone new when you already have a best friend?

This book addresses a common first grade conundrum. Ankitha Kini. Two friends learn about repairing things, a shirt, an iron, a bicycle tyre.

This story is about inspiring repair and not throwing away broken items to reduce our carbon footprint. Attribution Text: Sejal Mehta, Illustrator: Pia Meenakshi. See more books from Pratham in our Pratham-Storyweaver category.

See more stories about animals and marine life in our …. In Archie Makes a Big Bang, a science theme early reader from bookbot, we follow the fun tale of an inventor and his creative inventions.

This is an early reader book, aimed at introducing phonics, sound out words, and high-frequency sight words. This is another great free picture book from Bookbot — the reading app …. Johnny Town-Mouse lives in the city, Timmie Willie a country mouse lives in the garden.

In this delightful tale they meet and become friends. On the way deceiving the wild animals who want to stop him or eat him, or both, with cute tricks and traps. Hilarious imagery results as the animals give chase.

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May …. Praba Ram, Sheela Preuitt, Illustrator: Vidyun Sabhaney. This count-down style book counting down from 12 to 1, introduces readers to fascinating celestial objects, to space concepts, and to the people involved in the various facets of astronomy.

It may just inspire them to take a step towards a career in astronomy. Come, let ….

Jayashree Deshpande Illustrator: Srikrishna Kedilaya. Does milk come out of a packet or out of a cow? Raju loves the sight of the fresh milk frothing in the bucket, but there is something he enjoys even more. Moo Moo Brown Cow is an ….Find Mind Your Manners, B. The aim is notto develop mastery of grammar rules but, rather, to develop an awareness of basic rules. I am a boy. Bonus: It comes with a mini flip chart and pen to make learning interactive and engaging for your little mathematician.

Widget, a homeless dog, wanders into a delightful house filled with food and warm beds. When they return home, they are always excited and eager to tell theirparents and neighbours what they have learnt about life in the past. When I was a child, many people spoke Bhojpuri but nowyou rarely hear this language. No-one answers.

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