Dig In!

Dig In![Download] ➾ Dig In! ➹ Cindy Jenson-Elliott – Oaklandjobs.co.uk Dig in to this vibrant picture book that celebrates all the surprises found down in the dirt I dig in the dirtand find a seedSeed waitsI dig in the dirtand find a spiderSpider runsExplore all of the c Dig in to this vibrant picture book that celebrates all the surprises found down in the dirt I dig in the dirtand find a seedSeed waitsI dig in the dirtand find a spiderSpider runsExplore all of the creepy, crawly, dirty, muddy, green, and growing things that can be found outside in the garden From pill bugs to worms to leafy green sprouts, young readers will love discovering the muddy garden habitat within the pages of this book and outside in their own backyards This sweet and playful celebration of outdoor exploration is a perfect read aloud for story time. A short little book about what happens when a little boy digs into the dirt and all he can find There is much to see and all sorts of life in the ground, which has also been something that Neo notices every time he turns over a rock By the end, Neo felt it was high time we should start gardening, which is something a friend of mine has already been hinting Looks like I better get some gardening gloves before they sell out A perfectly springy and muddy read aloud for a toddler or baby crowd I dig in the dirt and find a worm Worm wiggles I did in the dirt and find a rock Rock sits I dig in the dirt and find a pill bug Pill bug curls I dig in the dirt and find a seed Seed waits I dig in the dirt and find a spider Spider runs I dig in the dirt and find a sprout Sprout grows I dig in the dirt and find dirt Dirt squishes Then I water the dirt and find MUD Simple text, great large illustrations so everyone in a large storytime will be able to see details Would work as I dig in the dirt and find a worm Worm wiggles I did in the dirt and find a rock Rock sits I dig in the dirt and find a pill bug Pill bug curls I dig in the dirt and find a seed Seed waits I dig in the dirt and find a spider Spider runs I dig in the dirt and find a sprout Sprout grows I dig in the dirt and find dirt Dirt squishes Then I water the dirt and find MUD Simple text, great large illustrations so everyone in a large storytime will be able to see details Would work as the short book for a DIRT or DIG or GARDEN or MUD or even SPRING themed storytime, or to read to a preschool or toddler class before digging and planting seeds Full review with teaching tools and author guest post of Cindy Jenson Elliott s books have truly made me want to get down and dirty in the garden which, if you know me, is exactly the opposite of what you would guess I want to do Jenson Elliott has a way of making the ordinary, and dirty, seem extraordinary It would be great to have students catalog all of the things they find in a dirt This would make their trips outside quite exciting Full review with teaching tools and author guest post of Cindy Jenson Elliott s books have truly made me want to get down and dirty in the garden which, if you know me, is exactly the opposite of what you would guess I want to do Jenson Elliott has a way of making the ordinary, and dirty, seem extraordinary It would be great to have students catalog all of the things they find in a dirt This would make their trips outside quite exciting A simple presentation of some of the wonders of digging in the dirt The expressions of the worm are my favorite part and my adult curiosity was frustrated the reader doesn t learn what the seed grows into but overall a great introduction to spring, gardening, bugs, and dirt Used this one for Family Storytime spring on 5 9 18 The parents seemed to really like it, the kids were not as enthused I would definitely use it again though, because the pictures are very cute and the text is simple It works well as a quick second book. The simple, yet vivid illustrations dive into the world underneath the dirt Simple text that explores the natural world in the the earth This could make a great addition to a storytime about gardening or spring summer. Great storytime book Book is great to read as a standing story or a fingerplay. This would probably logically be good for storytime, but I don t like it Art is weird and the concepts are a little weird too.