Please forward this error screen to sharedip-fun learning websites for preschoolers. Build on your young listener’s love of words, information, and story with lots of reading aloud.
You’re building their experiences while building vocabulary. Remember, young children can understand many more spoken words than they use. See also: Great Read Alouds for Kids: Babies to Grade 3. It all started with a little brown bird that tired of making and hearing the same old sounds: caw, coo, chirp, peep. But the small brown bird’s continued wordplay inspired the others — even the crow.
Simple, bold illustrations and varied type present a comical tale of individuality and lots of potential for wordplay. Effervescent language and lively illustrations ask readers what kind of dog, cat, fist, bird, bug, frog, or dinosaur they’d be — but since they are not, they can “arrooo! Children will delight in Kitten’s mistake. They know that what she thinks is a bowl of milk is really the moon’s reflection. Children enjoy the visual and verbal patterns throughout. When the young narrator feels quiet and cuddly, she doesn’t mind being her mom’s Little Mouse. Other times, she is as strong as an ox or brave and scary like a lion.