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FIVE LITTLE MONKEYS JUMPING ON THE BED BOOK

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Eileen Christelow has created numerous fun and funny picture books, including the Five Little Monkeys series, Author, and most recently, Letters from a. Five Little Monkeys Jumping on the Bed book. Read reviews from the world's largest community for readers. As soon as they say good night to Mama, the. Five Little Monkeys Jumping on the Bed. Clarion Books—, Ages " Christelow's expressive monkeys pack a lot of appeal." —School Library Journal .


Five Little Monkeys Jumping On The Bed Book

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Eileen Christelow has written and illustrated numerous best-selling picture books including ten popular stories about the Five Little Monkeys, Vote!, and Robins!. "Five Little Monkeys" is an English language folk song and fingerplay. It is usually accompanied by a sequence of gestures that mimic the words of the song. Each successive verse sequentially counts down from the starting number. Eileen Christelow has written a series of books titled "Five Little Monkeys. No little monkeys jumping on the bed. "One fell off and bumped his head. The Mama called the doctor. The doctor said, No more monkeys jumping on the bed." Originally published as a picture book.

Little Bunny Foo Foo. Koller, Jackie French. One Monkey Too Many.

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Murphy, Jill. Peace at Last. Perkins, Al. Hand, Hand, Fingers, Thumb. Random House, Spider on the Floor. Crown, Rathmann, Peggy.

Good Night, Gorilla. Rey, H. Curious George. Houghton Mifflin, , c Slobodkina, Esphyr.

Caps for Sale. HarperCollins, Taback, Simms. Walton, Rick. So Many Bunnies: I love the illustrations too, they're more detailed than what's on the cover. You can have some fun with this one, and I wouldn't mind getting some of the other Five Little Monkeys books, too.

Jun 15, Courtney rated it it was amazing Shelves: Obviously perfect for toddlers. Feb 13, Alexandria rated it it was ok Shelves: The fun of "Five Little Monkeys" is the way it rhymes and the sing-song nature of it.

This particular retelling loses a lot of that fun, interrupting the flow of the sing-song for interjected comments from Momma. I imagine this could have been done well but in this case it cause a lot of stumbling when the book was read aloud. It's not a terrible book but it's not the version of the sing-song that I would opt to read aloud, given a few options. Mar 24, Leila rated it really liked it Shelves: This book is very engaging for young children because they sing along the book.

It also help the kids to listen before they get hurt.

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Apr 05, Fiona Riley rated it liked it Shelves: This book will always be a classic to me. It is a light-hearted book that is good for nearly any age. This book would be beneficial in earlier classrooms. It is a whimsical tale that can get any child laughing at the monkeys.

It also impromptus a lesson at the end which is good for children reading. It gives them a take-away. Mar 22, Maliha Arman rated it it was amazing Shelves: This is a classic book that is designed to match a nursery rhyme.

Children can learn repetition from this book because it repeats what the mother says and what the doctor says. Finally, it teachers math, safety and sequencing. I read this book at least 5x a day with my pediatric patients. Mar 22, Mort rated it it was amazing Shelves: Book helps with math.

May 01, Jinya Situ rated it really liked it. I like this book. Children will say no more monkey jumping on bed.

Mar 01, Erica added it Shelves: Text-to-Teaching I would use this book for a teaching book. I would say that I would use this book for teaching because it can be used to help the students count to the number 5.

I think that this book would also teach the children how to follow directions. I would have an activity where we would have five students acting out the book.

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But it would almost be like duck duck goose. I think that the children would love that. Mar 09, Amy Dinoff rated it it was amazing Shelves: Awards the book has received if any: Appropriate grade level s: Pre-school to grade 1 3. Original 3-line summary: Five little monkeys get ready for bed and say goodnight to their mom.

As soon as their mom leaves, the five little monkeys start jumping on the beds and falling off one after the other. Mama monkey addresses the situation by consulting the doctor, taking care of their wounds, and saying "No more monkeys jumping on the bed! Original 3-line review: This song book has adorable animations and is super interactive for children.

Children can follow along with the repetition as well as doing creative gestures that follow along with the words in the story such as shaking their head and wagging their finger for the line "no more monkeys jumping on the bed!

Teaching children the concept of repetition as well as rhythm, practicing gestures while reading at the same time to work on fine motor skills Mar 09, Jessica rated it it was amazing Shelves: Toddler Summary: Five little monkeys want to jump on the bed. But, Mama tells them not to. It's time to go to sleep.

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This is one of my favorites. I use it in my toddler room all the time. It's a favorite for the kids. Librarians, parents, preschoolers and teachers. A regular go to book for monkey and sick story times. Then everyone sings the song afterwards. The classic song in picture book format with a surprise twist at the end. One parent gaffawed. Got another guffaw from a caregiver at the ending. Hopefully, we didn't disturb the whole library.

View all 7 comments. Oct 15, Clare rated it really liked it.

The book is about five little monkeys jumping on the bed; one by one they fall off and bump their heads. The book uses humour, repetition and rhyme to engage the reader. The simplicity and repetition makes this a fantastic book for early mathematics learners as well as a possible starting point for poem writing and learning how to use rhyme. The animation supports the literature making it an appropriate book for EAL.

At first this one elicited from my toddler a resounding "no" accompanied by a vigorous head shake and a forced closure of the book mid sentence, but after a few tries, it's become a new favorite. Depending on his mood, he will sometimes act out the books "no"'s with a head shake and finger wag and reach for his head or mine or my husband's when the monkeys bump their head.

Visit her online at christelow. Board Book Dimensions: April 4, Publisher: Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Language: The following ISBNs are associated with this title: Buy Together. In stock online Available in stores. In stock online Not available in stores.

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Reviews Rated 5 out of 5 by Jenn from So much fun This is my daughter's favourite story. SHe loves saying the words along with me. We can read it everyday!

Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by Craig from Great for Kids One of my girls love monkeys and loves this book. She goes bananas for this book. Rated 5 out of 5 by InderS from Cute Great bedtime story! Kids love the song and even more so the book makes a great gift. Rated 4 out of 5 by Loiloi from Classic We love the song and so it is very interesting every time we read the book and sing the words out instead.

Great illustrations too!This wonderful little book wasn't published until I was around ten years old, but I still read it one summer in a reading contest held at my library every year. This book will always be a classic to me. My son thought this book was funny to read together. Hand, Hand, Fingers, Thumb. At first this one elicited from my toddler a resounding "no" accompanied by a vigorous head shake and a forced closure of the book mid sentence, but after a few tries, it's become a new favorite.

Eileen Christelow brings this rhyme to life in the picture book retelling of this classic story.

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