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Jack Spratt and Other Rhymes (Aunt Mary's Little Series)

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Published 1890 by McLoughlin Bros
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Erin Phillips
Oct 02, 2013 Erin Phillips rated it liked it
Shelves: libs-642
Picture Book Project
Category: Mother Goose
Source:Eclipse/Dr. Kimmel

I found this to be an interesting experience, as I didn't realize how old the books would be! I looked through a few of them and chose Jack Spratt, because it didn't seem like many classmates had chosen this one. My grandmother has "The Real Mother Goose" and I loved reading it when I was younger, so I knew I couldn't pick that one! :) The book displays a group of Mother Goose poems for children, most of them comprising of repeti
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Susan
Sep 17, 2013 Susan rated it liked it
Shelves: libs642
Picture Book Project
Category: Mother Goose
Source: ECLIPSE

Jack Spratt and Other Rhymes is full of nursery rhymes- some easily remembered from childhood and some that aren't. The rhyming and rhythm of the poems makes engages the reader and aids in emergent literacy.

On the cover we see a lady sitting in a rocking chair surrounded by children clinging to her skirts as she reads to them. Perhaps she is Mother Goose, a mother, a nanny, or a teacher. She is whoever the reader imagines her to be. The p
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Rachel Lizan
Feb 23, 2014 Rachel Lizan rated it liked it
Shelves: libs-642
Description: Jack Spratt and several other classic nursery rhymes are presented in their original format.

Genre: Mother Goose

Intended Audience: Preschool - 2nd Grade

Curriculum Connection: These poems can be used to teach a lesson on poetry. Using rhymes that students already know is beneficial because they have background and they know the text and language used. Once they have done several examples of analyzing poetry, they can move on to new poems that they have not yet read.

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Britny Ohliger
Oct 06, 2013 Britny Ohliger rated it it was ok
Shelves: libs-642
I chose Jack Spratt for my Mother Goose book because it seemed more easily digestible than the others. I was surprised how old these rhymes were which was given away through the aged pages. There was limited color use and lack of detail. Sometimes the picture didn’t match the rhyme beneath. For example, the rhyme about hot cross buns had a picture with a man holding a basket with an undistinguishable expression. Teachers could use this to highlight rhyme during a poetry unit but I would ...more
Erika Tortorice
Sep 19, 2013 Erika Tortorice rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
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This book can be catergorized for the genre of Mother Goose Nursery Rhymes. The rhyme carried out throughout the whole book and the illustrations went along with new rhyme. I appreciated how old the book was but I doubt many of these rhymes can still be used today. The tone of the rhymes was more acceptable for a different age. These books are easy to read for a student and having rhyming patterns that could be useful for lessons in the classroom. Digitized books could be used to integrate the ...more
Cristina
Cristina rated it it was ok
Sep 19, 2013
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Katie Heginbotham
Traditional--Mother Goose and Nursery Rhymes
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