Repeat this procedure for every page.
It gives them the ability to read a book - REALLY own the experience instead of just "playing" as they must do when they can't understand the words - on their own.
Simple, yet beautiful illustrations tell the story - a most clever rendition of Goldilocks and the Three Bears - without using even a single word.
A favorite! Years ago my three-year-old "got" the humor in this story, so I loved it and purchased it for her children. We will see...Published 4 months ago by Barbara Neihart
Not anywhere as enjoyable as Brinton Turkle's "Do Not Open". Boring story and way over rated. This book may be enjoyed by toddlers.Published 10 months ago by M. Valdez
I used this wordless "Goldilocks" book in my 3rd grade classrooms with students who spoke another language other than English. It requires being in a one-on-one situation. Read morePublished 22 months ago by J. Siporin
This nearly wordless picture book gives a twist on the Goldilocks tale, and it is very fun to "read" with your little one. Or, let your little one "read" it to you!Published on March 27, 2012 by M. Heiss
As a Kindergarten taecher, I am contstantly on the look-out for quality children's literature, as well as books with text that is appropriate for beginning and emergent readers. Read morePublished on October 5, 2011 by Canaan Bound