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Back off, sneezy! a kids" guide to staying well by Rachelle Kreisman

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Published .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Health behavior,
  • Self-care, Health,
  • Juvenile literature,
  • Health

Book details:

About the Edition

Explains how to stay protected from germs, guard against getting sick, and avoid passing germs to others.

Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references (page 30) and index.

Statementby Rachelle Kreisman ; with illustrations by Tim Haggerty
SeriesStart smart. Health, Start smart (Red Chair Press)
ContributionsHaggerty, Tim, illustrator
Classifications
LC ClassificationsRA777 .K749 2015
The Physical Object
Pagination32 pages :
Number of Pages32
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL26473418M
ISBN 10193752969X, 1937529681, 1937529894
ISBN 109781937529697, 9781937529680, 9781937529895
LC Control Number2013956244
OCLC/WorldCa886418429

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Rachelle Kreisman is the author of Back Off, Sneezy! ( avg rating, 5 ratings, 0 reviews, published ), Being a Good Citizen ( avg rating, 2 ra /5. Get this from a library! Back off sneezy!: a kid's guide to staying well. [Rachelle Kreisman; Tim Haggerty] -- On a basketball. On a door handle. Even in the air you breathe! Germs are everywhere. What can you do about it? Learn ways to avoid germs, to guard against getting sick, and to keep from passing. Back Off, Sneezy! A kids' guide to staying well Kindle Book Adobe PDF eBook MB; Rachelle Kreisman (Author) Rachelle Kreisman is the author of several children's books and hundreds of Weekly Reader classroom magazines. When Rachelle is not writing, she enjoys being active in her community. Valu-Book; Back Off Sneezy!: A Kids Guide to Staying Well; Back Off Sneezy!: A Kids Guide to Staying Well. In stock (2 copies available) On a basketball. On a door handle. Even in the air you breathe! Germs are everywhere. What can you do about it? Learn ways to avoid germs, to guard against getting sick, and to keep from passing germs along to.

One girl even gives Sneezy the coat off her back. So the kids get a fun story & mom gets to talk about the importance of giving. Win win! Read more. 72 people found this helpful. Helpful. Comment Report abuse. Choosy Momma. out of 5 stars Sneezy is an Ungrateful Boob/5(K).   The kids like the fun repetition of the story & they like to do big exaggerated sneezes along with Sneezy. I liked that the children in the story all share their things with Sneezy. One girl even gives Sneezy the coat off her back. So the kids get a fun story & /5. Scholastic Book Clubs is the best possible partner to help you get excellent children's books into the hands of every child, to help them become successful lifelong readers and discover the joy and power of . Developed with literacy expert Adria Klein, Ph.D., Scholastic EDGE provides a unique approah to reaching striving readers months below grade level. It offers age-appropriate texts in a small-group setting, while keeping students within the classroom's reading community. Customized lessons and innovative teaching strategies for each title address the needs of striving readers with focused.

  PreS-Gr 2—Sneezy the Snowman is cold. In an effort to warm up, he drinks hot cocoa and subsequently melts. Now a puddle in the surrounding snow, he asks three children (and two playful cardinals) to rebuild him. Once complete, Sneezy is again too cold, so one of the little girls gives him a hat. Unfortunately, it is not enough to keep him : Maureen Wright. Sneezy shares the books that she loved most this year, especially those that caused a high grade of catharsis and taught her how to human more. Aarya breaks down all the elements that worked for her inside a book coming out on the 31st (no spoilers!) and narrows her list of 22 books down to 5, all of which explore themes of family and identity. After reading the book the Littles drew and wrote about Sneezy’s bad choices. We made a class book about things a snowman shouldn’t do. Drive a car. No license. We wrote about our text to self connections. We learned about when you should use the words this and these. We made a book about it by. putting the mixed up sentences in order and. Save Back {{}} Book Wizard; EXPAND PRODUCT DETAILS. Sneezy the Snowman. By Stephen Gilpin, Maureen Wright. Grades. PreK-K L. Genre. Fiction A snowman who finds it dreadfully cold keeps doing things that cause him to melt, while the children who rebuild him each time offer clothing to keep him warm.