Ginny"s eyes play tricks on her, making her see everything double, but when she goes to vision screening at school and discovers that not everyone sees this way, she learns that her double vision can be cured.
|Statement||George Ella Lyon ; illustrated by Lynne Avril.|
|Contributions||Avril, Lynne, 1951- ill.|
|LC Classifications||PZ7.L9954 Pi 2010|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2009032113|
Double vision is a challenge for Ginny, a young girl starting kindergarten. After some mishaps, she is able to solve the issue with an eye patch. Ginny proudly becomes the pirate of kindergarten and is able to participate in activities just like everyone else. This book is part of the Read for Success collection. To learn more about Read for Success, click here. Ginny’s eyes play tricks and, in her world, there are two of everything. Reading, math, and kindergarten activities are a challenge. Wearing an eye patch turns her into the pirate of kindergarten, and glasses help bring her world into focus. Whimsical mixed media illustrations cleverly convey Ginny’s experiences first hand. Today’s set is a collection of pirate books for kids. The new sight words are where, by, and be. When I began creating these books, I was teaching my kindergartner and preschooler to read. Those two boys are now in first grade and kindergarten. My Seven can read almost anything he gets his hands on. My Five is doing exceptionally well, too. Talk Like a Pirate Day is September 19th! This can be a fun thing to celebrate with children because they often are fascinated by things like pirates (in the storybooks). Plus, let's face it - having a day devoted to talking like a pirate and plain old fun is just pretty awesome! To kick off pirate themed fun, you can't go wrong with great read alouds. More importantly, good read .
The Pirate of Kindergarten is about a little girl just starting kindergarten named loves books and she loves the reading circle. When she tries to get to the reading circle, she runs into real chairs while trying to avoid the unreal ones. Pirates Don’t Go to Kindergarten! is her debut picture book, and she has more books forthcoming, including Pippa’s Night Parade, illustrated by Lucy Fleming. She lives in Massachusetts with her scientist husband, two daughters, and three cats. Learn more about the author at (). Ginny becomes the pirate of the help of her pirate patch, Ginny can read, run, and even snip her scissors with double the speed! Vibrant illustrations from Lynne Avril capture the realities of what Ginny sees both before and after. Get a FREE e-book by joining our mailing list today!Released on: J Pirate Worksheets for Kindergarten. In addition to a printer to print the black and white or color pages, children will also need playdough, pom poms, mini pegs and scissors as well as coloring pencils, lead pencils markers, or crayons to complete the various activities.
This is a book trailer about The Pirate of Kindergarten, written by George Ella Lyon and illustrated by Lynne Avril. Special thanks to . Print out our fun printable pirate quiet book and let your kids explore and practice a variety of basic skills and concepts. *this post contains affiliate links* There are a lot of super fun activities in this pirate activity book, print them all or just pick the few that have the activities with skills you want your child to focus on. On vision screening day, a nurse discovers the problem, and the prescribed eye patch gives Ginny a new identity—the pirate of kindergarten. Lyon's short, descriptive sentences set up the situation deftly, and Avril's astute chalk, pencil, and acrylic drawings of "two of everything" provide a vivid window into Ginny's pre-treatment : Atheneum/Richard Jackson Books. Apr 7, - Explore Bookspark's board "The Pirate of Kindergarten" on Pinterest. See more ideas about Vision therapy, Kindergarten and Pirates pins.