5 edition of Shark in the Park (Easy Words to Read) found in the catalog.
by Usborne Books
Written in English
|Contributions||Stephen Cartwright (Illustrator)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||16|
The Shark in the Park Activity Pack complements Shark in the Park by Nick Sharratt. It is packed full of interactive crafts and activities that can be used to support children’s learning in a variety of ways. Use with or without the story to support learning about people, family, animals, prepositions, colours, numbers and discovering the world around you, whilst also building on literacy. Shark in the Park is an unequivocal success the book is infused with a rather exhilarating sense of wonder and encouragement to explore new ways of looking at the world * * "Bliss!", will be the reaction from Sharratt's many young fans: 15 pages of crisp design, nifty cut-outs, visual thrills and a pacy tale of what a little boy sees through his telescope * /5(K).
* Mini-book - Choose from 3 different templates, then follow the instructions to make your very own Shark in the Park Mini Book. Children can play the games suggested whilst practising their folding, cutting and sticking skills then use their finished book to retell the story.4/4(2). The hole in the page in Shark in the Park is the best use of this apparently simple device since PEEPO! by Janet and Allan Ahlberg. Sharratt's upbeat illustrations and rhyming, rhthymical text Simple and satisfying, with audience participation guaranteed, Financial Times Sharratt's use of die-cut components is very clever/5().
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The Shark in the Park: "There's a SHARK in the PARK!" A (Not-Very-Scary) Great White Shark Escape Story for Kids Aged (Mark Watson Children's Books Book 1) Mark Watson/5(47).
Mark Watson first came to prominence in with his award-winning book, "The Shark in the Park." His second book, "Milo & Ze," featuring the adventures of the loneliest little bull terrier puppy dog in the world become a worldwide smash and won an IPPY, Moonbeam and Readers' Favorite Gold award for best illustrated children's picture book/5().
Shark in the Park (Usborne Phonics Readers) Paperback – December 1, by Phil Roxbee Cox (Author)/5(17). The Shark in the Park: "There's a SHARK in the PARK!".
A (Not-Very-Scary) Great White Shark Escape Story for Kids Aged (Mark Watson Children's Books Book 1) Kindle Edition. Find all the books, read about the author, and more/5(76).
The new children’s illustrated book The Shark in the Park by Mark Watson & Pablo Michau is suspenseful, hilarious, and simply amazing. It is a satisfyingly imaginative fun book primarily designed for children, but that will not rob older readers of the fun and excitement elements in the book/5.
Shark in the Park is a humorous and engaging story that is great fun to read aloud due to the rhythmic and repetitive rhyming text.
The illustrations are colourful and bold depicting exciting double-page scenes at the park (e.g. ducks in the pond, a girl on rollerskates, children playing soccer).
Mark Watson first came to prominence in with his award-winning book, "The Shark in the Park". His second book, "Milo & Ze", featuring the adventures of the loneliest little bull terrier puppy dog in the world become a worldwide smash and won an IPPY, Moonbeam and Readers' Favorite Gold award for best illustrated children's picture : The Shark in the Park by Mark Watson and Pablo Michau ""Highly original, imaginative and thrilling."" ""The best illustrated children's book ofhands down."" ""An old, old monster in a supposedly safe environment, one familiar to all.
Shark in the Park is the fun story of a boy playing in the park with his telescope. “He looks at the sky. He looks at the ground.
He looks left and right. He looks all around. And this is what he ’S A SHARK IN THE PARK!” Of course, there isn’t really a shark. Shark in the park is a story about a boy named Timothy Pope who is testing out his new toy a telescope in the park.
He looks up, he looks down, he looks right and then left with his telescope and then he thinks he sees a it a shark. Or is it something else.
This is an enjoyable story with allot of repetition and rhyme/5. shark in the park Download shark in the park or read online books in PDF, EPUB, Tuebl, and Mobi Format. Click Download or Read Online button to get shark in the park book now. This site is like a library, Use search box in the widget to get ebook that you want.
The Shark in the Park: "There's a SHARK in the PARK!" A (Not-Very-Scary) Great White Shark Escape Story for Kids Aged (Mark Watson Children's Books Book 1)/5(). Description of the book "Shark in the Park": Timothy Pope has a brand new telescope and he's testing it out at the park.
Children will delight in peeping through the die-cut holes and guessing what Tim has spotted. Is that really a shark he can see.
Turn the page and find out. Reviews of the Shark in the Park. Published on Sep 5, Celebrated children's author Nick Sharratt reads his picture book Shark in the Park on a Windy Day. (Picture Corgi). This month we read the book “Shark in the Park” by Nick Sharratt.
It’s a fun story about a kid named Timothy Pope who looks through his telescope and thinks he sees “a shark in the park.” A die-cut hole (on the cover and throughout) zeros in on what he thinks in each case.
Shark in the Park - book, teaching resources, story, cards, mat, sequencing, primary resources, play, Early Years (EYFS), KS1 & KS2 Primary Teaching. The reader sees what Timothy sees through cut out spy holes and can decide if they think he is right when he cries ‘There’s a shark in the park.
Shark in the Park is a boldly illustrated rhyming story which is fun to join in with and talk about. Get this from a library. Shark in the park. [Nick Sharratt] -- Through his telescope a little boy keeps seeing what seems to be a shark in the park, but by turning the.
Shark in the Park. Join a little boy on a trip through the park. Is that really a shark he can see. Look through the die -cut hole and then turn the page and find out A hilarious peep-through board book from the bestselling Nick Sharratt.
What could adults do. Observe the child, see which books they are interested in and what they want toFile Size: KB. A book with Makaton - 'Shark In The Park' I was in two minds whether to upload this.
It's not great and I get a bit ugh by the end. But we had a go. She was dressed as a shark. Oh no, there’s a shark in the park! Or is there? This entertaining story for beginner readers has simple rhyming text and colourful illustrations by Stephen Cartwright – and you can also listen to the story online.
A delight to share with young children, or for beginner readers to read themselves, with parent’s notes on phonics at the back. Nick Sharratt reads Shark in the Park on a Windy Day!
for the Bookbug Picture Book Prize - Duration: Scottish Book Tr views. Some of the fun of this book lies in the sheer incongruity of spotting a shark in this spick-and-span, candy-bright park full of smiling people.
Part of the fun comes from joining in with words and actions every time Timothy raises his telescope, then there's clever visual trickery with the sinister dark fin!5/5(23).