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by Yvonne Buchanan,Marcia K. Vaughan

  • Author: Yvonne Buchanan,Marcia K. Vaughan
  • ISBN: 0382246055
  • ISBN13: 978-0382246050
  • ePub: 1485 kb | FB2: 1397 kb
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Silver Burdett Pr (October 1996)
  • Rating: 4.5/5
  • Votes: 172
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Tingo Tango Mango Tree (Vaughan, Marcia K. Animal Fair Series.) ePub download

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Tingo Tango Mango Tree. By (author) Marcia K Vaughan.

When tiger Sombala Bombala Rombala Roh grows a ripe, juicy, giant mango and tries to keep it for herself, she is outwitted by Bitteo Biteo the pack-rat. Riddle by the River (Vaughan, Marcia K. Animal Fair Series. My Friends (Little Celebration). Goldsworthy and Mort Blast Off (Celebration Press).

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I found Marcia Vaughan´┐Żs Night Dancer to be a wonderful, evocative book to use in my creative drama classes with primary aged children. The children in the class for six and seven year olds are currently preparing to enact this story in a showcase for parents.

Marcia Vaughan, Yvonne Buchana. Published October 1994 by Silver Burdett Pr. Tingo Tango Mango Tree (Animal Fair Series) Close. Are you sure you want to remove Tingo Tango Mango Tree (Animal Fair Series) from your list? Tingo Tango Mango Tree (Animal Fair Series). Written in English.

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Items related to Tingo Tango Mango Tree (Animal Fair Series). PreSchool-Grade 1?Sombala Bombala Rombala Roh, an iguana, plants a mango seed and eventually the fruit grows so big that she can't pull it from the tree. Marcia Vaughan Tingo Tango Mango Tree (Animal Fair Series). ISBN 13: 9780382244544. Other animals with equally irritating names try to help, until a bat bites through the stem and the fruit falls to the ground. The writing is filled with repeated patterns and sound effects that probably work in oral storytelling but don't translate well in print.

When tiger Sombala Bombala Rombala Roh grows a ripe, juicy, giant mango and tries to keep it for herself, she is outwitted by Bitteo Biteo the pack-rat.
Meri
I've read this book in my children's Kindergarten and 1st grade classrooms and the teachers and kids have loved it. My own kids love to hear it over and over again. If you're willing to get animated with the sound effects (ah-rhee-roop!) it is a really fun read. I also am very sing-songy with it. The kids love the story since it speaks to sharing, doing your fair share of work, and being kind to others. I like that it has a cultural flair, exposing my kids to lands they haven't seen yet!
Sataxe
My five year old brought this delightful, rhythmic Caribbean folk tale home from the kindergarten library, and we spent several hours reading and rereading, singing, and talking about life in the tropics. The colorful watercolor illustrations of the exotic animals and the warm sun soaked environment of island life entranced both my children. The book's theme points out the critical need for caring and sharing, a concept that my five year old readily understood and patiently explained to her younger sister.
Immediately, after my children and I ended our first "reading" of this wonderful work, I set about finding other books by this author. As an English professor, I would not hesitate to recommend this charming book to any of my students for use in their own classrooms, especially if they want to emphasize cultural diversity. I also found it an easy and natural task to teach literary devices like repetition, onomatopoeia, and imagery. Bring in some sliced mangoes, a few stuffed animals, some cassette tapes of island music, and this book introduces kindergarten or first grade students to "Life in the Caribbean" with terrific ease!
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