Frank was a monster who wanted to dance. So he put on his hat, and his shoes made in France... and opened a jar and put ants in his pants! So begins this monstrously funny, deliciously disgusting, horrifyingly hilarious story of a monster who follows his dream. Keith Graves' wacky illustrations and laugh-out-loud text will tickle the funny bone and leave readers clamoring for an encore.
Figure 11.2 The monster begins to fall apart in Frank was a Monster who wanted to Dance. The first page of the BabyLit Anatomy Primer shows the child Dr Frankenstein in his laboratory next to a succession of bubbling beakers, meters, ...
Author: Dennis R. Cutchins
Publisher: Manchester University Press
Category: Literary Criticism
This edited collection explores the afterlife of Mary Shelley's Frankenstein in theatre and film, radio, literature and graphics novels, making a substantial contribution to the field of adaptation studies.
A little girl discovers a tiger dancing in the woods under the full moon . ... When the girl grows old , she helps her great - grandchild to take her place dancing with the tiger . ... Frank Was a Monster Who Wanted to Dance .
Author: Rob Reid
Publisher: American Library Association
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines
A guide to making music a part of a children's story hour provides lesson plans that mix picture books with songs, an annotated bibliography, and a discography.
I Don't Want to be a Frog (2015) by Dev Petty, Illustrated by Mike Boldt. Ages 3–6. ... Dancing in the Wings (2003) by Debbie Allen, Illustrated by Kadir Nelson. ... Frank was a Monster Who Wanted to Dance (2006) by Keith Graves.
Author: Rebecca Howard
Publisher: Cengage Learning
CREATIVE ACTIVITIES AND CURRICULUM FOR YOUNG CHILDREN, Twelfth Edition, is written for anyone who wants to deepen their understanding of creative and aesthetic development, the importance of arts experiences in childhood, supporting creativity in children, expanding creative approaches to teaching and integrating creativity across the curriculum. Whether you're an early childhood teacher, caregiver or administrator or a pre-service or in-service pre-K to Grade 5 teacher, this text is an invaluable resource you can turn to again and again. Covering a wide range of content areas encountered in early childhood and elementary classrooms, the text promotes creativity in children and encourages you to exercise your own creativity. The research-based theoretical foundation is applied through hundreds of practical activities. Updated throughout, the Twelfth Edition features research into theories of brain development and their application to daily practice, new topics in the Spotlight and Think About It features, recommendations for children’s books that support activities and exploration and current information regarding the use of digital technology. The authors have more thoroughly integrated culturally responsive practice throughout the text, including broader consideration of how to accommodate and adapt activities and experiences for children with special needs or non-typical development. In addition, chapters have been reorganized to reflect a more natural sequence of topics to help you master even complex concepts more readily. Important Notice: Media content referenced within the product description or the product text may not be available in the ebook version.
Graves, K. Frank Was a Monster Who Wanted to Dance. San Francisco: Chronicle, 1999. The wacky illustrations and laugh-out-loud text make children ask for multiple readings. Hoban, R. Monsters. New York: Scholastic, 1990.
Author: Bertie Kingore
Publisher: Good Year Books
Hundreds of proven hands-on activities, carefully outlined and using inexpensive materials, emphasize learning by doing, encourage creativity, and afford opportunities to develop responsibility. Organized into 19 thematic units (from "Marvelous Me" to "Summertime and the Sun") and correlated to the school-year calendar, the activities cover key curriculum areas such as language arts, math, and science; they also involve art, music, cooking, movement, block play, and role plays. Jargon-free and clearly written, the book is also a great resource for parents. Grades preK-K. 302 pages. Good Year Books. Second Edition.
4-9 yrs GRAVES , KEITH Frank Was a Monster Who Wanted to Dance ; written and illus . by Keith Graves . Chronicle , 1999 289 ISBN 0-8118-2169-2 $ 12.95 R When Frank ( as in Frankenstein ) goes dancing , his lively movements make him fall ...
JMB Graves , Keith Frank Was a Monster Who Wanted to Dance 24 pp . Chronicle isbn 0-8118-2169-2 12.95 ( 3 ) Published spring 1999. A monster yearns to dance , so he struts his stuff on stage until his head unzips , his brains flop out ...
POV Peter does not want to look like a wimp when his football - player friend , Crusher , comes to visit . ... Frank Was a Monster Who Wanted to Dance , San Francisco : Chronicle , 1999. Frank loves to dance — until it undoes him .
Author: Jane Heitman
Publisher: Linworth Publishing, Incorporated
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines
Presents more than one hundred standards-based lessons for fifth to ninth graders that use picture books to teach about literary elements, including characters, setting, plot, theme, and style.