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Chickens Aren t the Only Ones A Book About Animals that Lay Eggs Ruth Heller s prose and pictures are the perfect means for discovering the variety of oviparous animals and their unique ways of laying eggs

  • Title: Chickens Aren't the Only Ones: A Book About Animals that Lay Eggs
  • Author: Ruth Heller
  • ISBN: 9780698117785
  • Page: 220
  • Format: Paperback
  • Chickens Aren't the Only Ones: A Book About Animals that Lay Eggs By Ruth Heller, Ruth Heller s prose and pictures are the perfect means for discovering the variety of oviparous animals and their unique ways of laying eggs.

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    1. 1 Book summary, in your own words 3 pts Chickens Aren t the Only Ones is a book about all the creatures animals that lay eggs From every bird to reptiles to amphibians, etc this book talks about all that can lay eggs It also has some nice illustrations showing what the eggs look like.2 Grade level, interest level, lexile 1 pt This would be a good book for kindergarten to 2nd grade It is super interesting and easy to read.3 Appropriate classroom use subject area 1 pt I could use this book for the [...]

    2. We re discovering Ruth Heller this summer and really enjoying her works This book in the World of Nature Series is about who lays eggs in the world of nature The text is fun to read the rhymes are so clever , the images are so vivid, it s no wonder I don t need to call twice to read her books.

    3. Stumbled across this one and love it Who knew there could be such exquisitely simple, poetic writing and gorgeous illustrations about egg laying animals

    4. My four year old class enjoyed this book We did a science experiment with it floating a hard boiled egg in salt water.

    5. This book introduces readers to a remarkably diverse group of egg laying animals and explains their unique behavior Shows eggs in every shape and size in brilliant detail along with the amazing animals that lay them This book would be great for an informational lesson about animals and eggs Also, if you were to do a lesson on baby chicks It s great for those students who are developing cognitively.

    6. Ruth Heller does it again, this time teaching about, obviously, animals that lay eggs I think this would make a great read aloud for second or third graders It begins simply, with chicken eggs, which is a part of the subject matter that is appropriate for young children, making the connection between our food eggs and birds As the book progresses, the animals become less familiar.

    7. It serves as a good reminder that what we think of when we hear the word egg is not all that there is to an egg Some great pictures of other areas of the animal kingdom.

    8. Heller begins by describing how chickens lay eggs and how, if these eggs are not eaten, they will hatch chicks that grow into hens She goes on to describe the variety of other animals that lay eggs as well This book features many fascinating comparisons that engage the reader This included a comparison of egg size and shape The intended grade levels for the book is 3rd and 4th I think the book is suitable for these grades, but the vocabulary might be a little difficult Heller uses challenging vo [...]

    9. Summary and Critique Heller begins by describing how chickens lay eggs and how, if these eggs are not eaten, they will hatch chicks that grow into hens She goes on to describe the variety of other animals that lay eggs as well This book features many fascinating comparisons that engage the reader This included a comparison of egg size and shape Heller uses challenging vocabulary throughout such as mammalian and oviparous The appeal of this story could be strengthened by adding smaller illustrati [...]

    10. a Not only do chickens lay eggs but so do a lot of other animals Chickens Aren t the Only Ones talks about all the different animals that lay eggs and the different ways the animals lay them There are beautiful detailed illustrations to go along with the story as well The book seems to come alive right before your eyes.b The theme is eggs People can learn all the different animals that lay eggs, in a way that children and adults can learn from c Have student s research egg sizes of different bir [...]

    11. We really liked this one My kids found it fascinating that so many types of life lay eggs I was also intrigued by the variety It is fun that it rhymes, which sometimes helps the kids to figure out what is coming next It has great illustrations that are not overly complicated kids can still focus in on the animals being discussed The amount of information seems just right to me It isn t so much that it is overwhelming, yet it is definitely than a list For example, it includes a few lines about t [...]

    12. This is a non fiction title for toddlers and up After naming a few things people do with chicken eggs the reader learns chickens aren t the only ones as other birds are shown Learn which bird lays the largest egg and which the smallest Chickens aren t the only ones as we view various retiles, amphibians, fish and other ocean animals, insects and even a couple mammals who all lay eggs At the end we learn everyone who lays an egg is o vip a rous The rhyming text moves along nicely.Yes, this really [...]

    13. The text is good on this, commenting that chickens are not the only egg laying species around, going through other birds, reptiles, etc It even covers the two mammals that lay eggs What really really stands out though is the simplicity of the text combined with the rich detail of the illustrations This is a truly engaging book for all ages, and easily held the interest of my preschooler for the pictures alone, and my elementary age for the pictures plus the information, which they found interest [...]

    14. The story circles around animals who lay eggs just like a chicken amphibians, reptiles, etc It also talks about mammals who do not lay eggs but live animal babies It s a good informational book about the reproduction of various animals Students could brainstorm or research other animals that lay eggs besides the ones mentioned in the book The class could make a chart of every species of animal they find the lays eggs A good scientific research activity that could incorporate technology and other [...]

    15. This is a great educational book on animals and what animals do or do not lay eggs It s full of information about animals and how they take care of their eggs The book is full of strong vocabulary and I like how the author capitalize some of the words in the book Learning Experience For this book I would have a graph and the children will be handed animals and insects The children will come up and put whether the animal or insect lays eggs or not For an extension I would get a chicken egg and an [...]

    16. Informational 8This book is about oviparous animals who lay eggs It goes through how chickens lay eggs, but then it also says how they aren t the only animals that do Each page is filled with other types of animals who do such as other birds, reptiles, and fish It even discusses how a spiny anteater and duckbill platypus are exceptions to mammals and how they lay eggs unlike most other mammals This book would be great to learn the difference between oviparous animals and mammals.

    17. This is such an interesting book, introducing the concept of oviparous creatures including chickens, other birds, reptiles, amphibians, fish, arachnids, insects, and even the two mammalian exceptions to the rule The rhythmic prose and gorgeously illustrations make this a really fun book to read aloud with children It teaches a little bit about science in a fun way Our girls really enjoyed this book.

    18. This is another book that talks about different types of animals that hatch from eggs to start their lives I would use this book when talking about life cycles to show that some mammals hatch from eggs and others are birthed live such as humans The book also rhymes so it has a rhythm to it to keep the attention of the listeners Recommended grade levels K 2

    19. This is my absolute favorite childhood book I remember having my parents read it to me every single night before bed It is a really interesting way to get kids into things like science and nature, and I remember the illustrations being really really well done, which probably enhanced my love of it as a child.

    20. I like the topic of this book oviparous egg laying creatures The pictures are just OK and the rhyming is kind of annoying but the concept is fabulous I have always enjoyed natural history and reading this book reminded me where I learned some of the things I know today like what a shark s egg looks like.

    21. This is a fun non fiction book for nursery school and primary school children It informs and illustrates different and sometimes, unexpected creatures that lay eggs This is a great book to introduce children to unique animals, a farm theme, or the concept of differentiating similarities and differences that exist in all creatures.

    22. This was a major book throughout my childhoodd I still think it s perfect Charming rhymes, enchanting drawings, and solid information, the hundred dollar word at the end oviparous, I believe adds to the fun for kids.

    23. Beautiful I should say it again, BEAUTIFUL illustrations and simple text about lots of different kinds of eggs This series is imprinted on my brain, as I grew up with a set of the books I was excited every time Heller released another title.

    24. I love this book but I do worry a little about its general lack of clarity I bought this poster on evolution and classification of life and that makes this book a lot clear for my four year old gp product 0987

    25. Chickens Aren t the Only Oneswas a non fiction children s book introducing children to the wide variety of Oviparous animals With beautiful and realistic illustrations and rhyming text about the Oviparous animals it s a simple and wonderful introduction to new creatures.

    26. This book can be used for a second grade lesson about the difference between mammals and oviparous animals For an activity, the students will be assigned different animals and their task to figure out if their animal is a mammal or an an oviparous animal.

    27. Gr K 3 A classic book There is a Reading Rainbow segment on Discovery Education that is fabulous Rhyming text describes different types of animals that lay eggs fish, reptiles, amphibians, birds even echinoderms Perfect for an egg unit.

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