Biscuit Activities to go along with Biscuit the dog books
In The Organic Dog Biscuit Cookbook Kit you'll find recipes for treats like:
Brief Book Summary (2-3 sentences in your own words): The story follows Biscuit the yellow dog. Biscuit is told its time for bed numerous times, but always wants to do something else such as play or have a snack. This is the story of Biscuit getting ready for bed, and woof finally going to sleep.
Pat Schories's engaging illustrations of the puppy Biscuit are modeled on her own dog. In addition to having illustrated all the Biscuit books, she is also the artist and author of He's Your Dog and Mouse Around. Ms. Schories lives in Cold Spring, NY.
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Woof! Woof! Welcome to the world of Biscuit, the small yellow dog who always wants one more hug! Biscuit's mischievous antics, lively storytelling, and simple pictures make his books an appropriate choice for young readers. Biscuit books are the perfect books to read to toddlers and for emergent readers to attempt themselves. The books focus on an unnamed little girl, aged between five and seven years old, and her yellow dog named Biscuit. Author Alyssa Satin Capucilli's daughter enjoyed adventures with the neighbor's golden retriever and out of this, the author wrote the . This unit includes before/during/after activities for the book Biscuit Visits the Big City. Skills included in this unit are dog themed poetry for reading fluency activities, prereading, vocabulary, sequencing, making connections, making comparisons (added 12/10...sorting page), visualizing, questioning, and writing prompts.I think this book is great to read. I like the book because it has a dog in it. I have a dog and I like dog books. My favorite part was when Biscuit brought the rattle to the baby because my dog could do that too. The pictures really helped the story. Teachers doing a unit on Biscuit find that they can prepare cross-curriculum lessons using Biscuit as a basis. For example, work on match skills using cut-out dog treats that Biscuit might eat. Talk about personal hygiene after reading the book . A unit on animal biology is perfect following a reading of . Biscuit wants to go to school. He wants to go to class, have a snack in the cafeteria, and hear a story in the library. Most of all, Biscuit wants to meet the teacher! But dogs aren't allowed in school. What will happen when the teacher discovers Biscuit? The little yellow puppy's adventure perfectly captures the excitement of a young child's first day at school! Hardcover First Reader Picture Book. Author Alyssa Satin Capucilli. Ages 3 - 5.