[PDF / Epub] ★ Ten Red Apples ✪ Pat Hutchins – Bassgrotto.co.uk


10 thoughts on “Ten Red Apples

  1. says:

    Ten Red Apples, is a picturebook that can be read to and enjoyed by the nursery age group It is about a farmer and his wife that have an apple tree All of the farm animals continue to eat his apples which leaves none for his wife to make an apple pie, but then they find another one and all is well It is a very cute, rhyming story that young children would enjoy hearing I had completed a flannelboard story project using this book and it worked out very well I was able to make all of the anim Ten Red Apples, is a picturebook that can be read to and enjoyed by the nursery age group It is about a farmer and his wife that have an apple tree All of the farm animals continue to eat his apples which leaves none for his wife to make an apple pie, but then they find another one and all is well It is a very cute, rhyming story that young children would enjoy hearing I had completed a flannelboard story project using this book and it worked out very well I was able to make all of the animals and the people in the story The children enjoyed playing with the felt pieces and seeing the story come to life as I read it to them They were all able to help me put up one animal at a time and take away one apple every time a new animal appeared It is a great story with many benefits for children It encourages rhyming, introduces new farm animals and the noises that they make, it could from ten to zero, and has brilliant illu...


  2. says:

    A counting book that feels like it should have a nice rhyming cadence, but instead has this really awkward fiddle dee fee refrain stuck all over the place Mixed reactions at story time today, but I don t think I ll read this one again anytime soon.


  3. says:

    The illustrations are a little weird, but it is a great way to review numbers and animals.


  4. says:

    Counts backwards which is very confusing for a child who is learning their numbers.


  5. says:

    Weird pictures and too wordy for a standard counting book.


  6. says:

    My favorite apple unit book.


  7. says:

    Pat Hutchins writes and illustrates this number story about a poor farmer who just wants an apple but all of his farm animals keep eating them First the horse eats one apple, then a cow, and it goes on and on, but eventually the farmer gets his apple This story is told in rhyme and has a great rhythm to it, except that the yippee, fi...


  8. says:

    OK the kid loves this 20 months but the repetition drives me a little crazy and I deduct points for gender conservatism Why is he the farmer, she the farmer s wife Are they not both farmers The farmer wants an apple to eat for himself but wives of course just want them to nurturingly bake pies for everyone Blurg This was written in 2000, how hard is it Llewellyn would probably give it five stars but that s how we got into this patriarchy mess Good people going along with the stat OK the kid loves this 20 months but the repetition drives me a little crazy and I deduct points for gender conservatism Why is he the farmer, she the farmer s wife Are they not both farmers The farmer wants an apple to eat for himself but wives of course just want them to nurturingly bake pies for everyone Blurg This was written in 2000, how hard is it Llewellyn would probably give it five stars but that s how we got into th...


  9. says:

    This is a great read aloud for kids 12 24 months, especially There s a good repetitive refrain, there s some counting involved, as well as some animal identification I do make a couple of changes to the text when I read it aloud, though instead of having the goose say Hiss, hiss I usually change it to Honk, honk, since the hissing strikes me as confusing for young kids I also stop the book two or three pages early, with the page that says Hurray, said the Farmer, you saved some for m This is a great read aloud for kids 12 24 months, especially There s a good repetitive refrain, there s some counting involved, as well as some animal identification I do make a couple of changes to the text when I read it aloud, though instead of h...


  10. says:

    Another book I used to teach writing word problems Even though kids got to choose the animal that came along and ate apples off the apple tree, and they had fun with that unicorns and dragons , this book is waaaaayy less popular than Pet the Cat The craft aspect of the activity I planned to go along w...


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Ten Red Apples Ten Red Apples Hanging On A Tree Yippee, Fiddle Dee Fee But They Are Not There For Long Horse, Cow, Donkey, Pig, Hen, And The Other Farm Animals Each Eat One Save One For Me, Calls The Farmer But What About The Farmer S Wife Count On Pat Hutchins To Solve The Problem Happily And Count The Red Apples Before They Are All Gone

  • Hardcover
  • 32 pages
  • Ten Red Apples
  • Pat Hutchins
  • English
  • 12 March 2019
  • 0688167977

About the Author: Pat Hutchins

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