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by Nick Sharratt

ePub Buzz, Buzz Bumble Kitty download
Author:
Nick Sharratt
ISBN13:
978-0764152337
ISBN:
0764152335
Language:
Publisher:
Barrons Juveniles; 1st edition (March 1, 2000)
Category:
Subcategory:
Animals
ePub file:
1450 kb
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1160 kb
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Rating:
4.8
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879

Visual learning on Children Buzz Buzz, Bumble Kitty is a very mind stimulating book. Sharratt causes the reader to think and try to guess what picture is going to come up next. He does that by splitting the page up and put half of the text on one side and half of the picture on the other.

Visual learning on Children Buzz Buzz, Bumble Kitty is a very mind stimulating book. You then flip the other part of the page and you have a completed picture and completed text. But before you flip you have part of the previous picture on the page leaving you to guess what picture is coming up and the sound that it makes

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Buzz Buzz, Bumble JellyAward-winning author/illustrator. Nick Sharratt needs little introduction with books going down a storm time and time again. by Nick Sharratt (author and illustrator) and Nick Sharratt (author and illustrator). Suitable for 3 - 7 years. He was born in 1962 and trained at the St Martin’s School of Art. Inspired by 1960s pop and graphic art, his work is instantly recognisable for its bold images and punchy colours.

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Fourteen-year-old Prue and her sister Grace have been educated at home by their controlling, super-strict father all their lives

Floss's parents are divorced, and she divides up her week, spending five days with her mum, her new stepdad and her baby half-brother. The other two days Floss spends with her dad, helping him to run his greasy spoon cafe. Fourteen-year-old Prue and her sister Grace have been educated at home by their controlling, super-strict father all their lives. Forced to wear Mum's odd hand-made garments and forbidden from reading teenage magazines, they know they're very different to 'normal' girls - but when Dad has a stroke and ends up in hospital, unable to move or speak, Prue suddenly discovers what it's like to have a little freedom.

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A mix and match book creates crazy combinations such as a spouting egg, a wibbly, wobbly baby, and a juicy kitty.
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  • Both my kids just love this book. They laugh hysterically at combinations like a boiled egg and a baby, or a spouting whale and a skyscraper. Nice descriptive vocabulary and well matched pictures make this so fun to read. We also love A Cheese and Tomato Spider. They're both out of print but I found plenty of reasonably priced used copies here on Amazon, the books are so cute it's well worth it.

  • Carla Hyde English 385.005 April 17, 2001 Dr. Michelle H. Martin Critical Reflection 3 Sharratt, Nick. Buzz Buzz, Bumble Kitty. New York: Barron's Educational Series, Inc., 2000. Young, Bill. Article: Children's Literature in the Middle and Secondary Classroom. Dakota Writing Project. [...] Visual learning on Children Buzz Buzz, Bumble Kitty is a very mind stimulating book. Sharratt causes the reader to think and try to guess what picture is going to come up next. He does that by splitting the page up and put half of the text on one side and half of the picture on the other. You then flip the other part of the page and you have a completed picture and completed text. But before you flip you have part of the previous picture on the page leaving you to guess what picture is coming up and the sound that it makes. The coloring of the illustrations go hand in hand, for example, part of the black and yellow bumble bee is showing while half of the cowboys face is showing. The cowboys eye brows and mustache are yellow and black. The writing is bold black on an all white background. This causes the writing to stand out and makes it easier to read. Visual learning helps children to better understand what they are reading. Visual learning techniques help children clarify thinking and reinforce understanding. When children have a picture and text together it helps them to group together and organize their thoughts. They can make the connection between the pictures and the text. When children have an illustration they get a better grasp on what they are reading, and because of that they can put the story in their own words. The illustrations reinforce what they are reading and help them to pull together their own thoughts. This allows them to use imagination. In the book Buzz Buzz, Bumble Kitty, you can read the sound that the object will make before you see the whole picture. This helps to get the imagination running and it stimulates the child's brain. Clarifying thinking and reinforcing understanding are two very important techniques used in visual learning and the visual effects on a child. Illustrations and text work hand in hand together. The illustrations should make the story stronger, but not different. Many people think that illustrations have to be bright and vibrant in order to appeal to children, but that's not the case at all. Pastels are said to be soothing and can
    encourage learning. The visual elements in Sharratt's book are not pastels but they are actually the true color of the objects. Buzz Buzz, Bumble Kitty helps children learn what a cat looks like or a building. The illustrations work together with the text, in that the story tells the sound that the cat or the bee makes as well as what the object is. That way a child could look at the work cat and see a picture of a cat. Sharratt's book demonstrates this very well because the print is easy to read. In order for print to be sufficient to read there must be enough white space between the lines and also clearly typed. This makes the writing easier to recognize. "Hearing and reading picture books, thinking about and working with them, can help children become better readers' and writers. Using picture books in the classroom can help readers build awareness of language, offers rich opportunities to explore and learn the conventions by which illustrations communicate meaning...(Young 1)." Young's about illustrations communicate meaning is very true and Sharratt does that with his book. The picture clearly illustrates the meaning of the text and what Sharratt is trying to make the children understand. This quote also goes along with reinforcing the text and the understanding. Pictures books are very important in the development of children because of the vivid artwork and the stimulation of the brain that pictures create. Buzz Buzz, Bumble Kitty is full of color and makes a child think and understand what they are reading.

  • Buzz Buzz Bumble Kitty is one of my favorite books to use for class visits at the library or story time for kids, age preschool through grade 3. This book is a sure-fire crowd pleaser! The words are simple, and the pictures have 2 levels, which can be changed independently. The pictures and the way the storyteller can change them do the communicating. This also makes it great to read to children who speak languages other than English.