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Amelia Bedelia's First Field Trip

Amelia Bedelia's First Field Trip

Geschrieben von Herman Parish

Erzählt von Christine Ebersole


Amelia Bedelia's First Field Trip

Geschrieben von Herman Parish

Erzählt von Christine Ebersole

Bewertungen:
4.5/5 (71 Bewertungen)
Länge:
13 Minuten
Herausgeber:
Freigegeben:
Jun 28, 2011
ISBN:
9780062067395
Format:
Hörbuch

Beschreibung

Amelia Bedelia is sure she will love everything about the field trip to the farm. Collecting eggs... milking a cow... riding a tractor... planting seeds... the picnic lunch....

Amelia Bedelia can't wait. What could be better? A class field trip

Hooray for school! Hooray for the farm!

A HarperAudio production.

Herausgeber:
Freigegeben:
Jun 28, 2011
ISBN:
9780062067395
Format:
Hörbuch


Über den Autor

Herman Parish was in the fourth grade when his aunt, Peggy Parish, wrote the first book about Amelia Bedelia. The author lives in Princeton, New Jersey.

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  • (4/5)
    Before our first field trip, I read this to my students. They loved it. Then I had them write thier own silly version of this story.
  • (5/5)
    I loved this book. This book was absolutely hilarious. My favorite part was when she was told to toss the salad, and she actually did just not to the right people. This books shows adults that you really have to be careful what you say to a child because they may interpret things differently than we want them to. I would read this book to my students right before we go on our first field trip together. I would explain why we should stay with our class at all times, and I would also discuss safety when away from school. I loved the part at the end when the students wrote the place where they went on the field trip letters. I can remember my first field trip. I was absolutely terrified. We went to the zoo. Luckily for me my mom went with us.
  • (5/5)
    really fun story and easy to understand by my little sister
  • (5/5)
    It was amazing I love Amelia badelia ❤️ ? ?
  • (5/5)

    1 Person fand dies hilfreich

    I enjoyed reading Amelia Bedelia’s First Field Trip because of the main character and the illustrations. Amelia Bedelia is the main character who is willing to learn about the farm, but takes things too literally. This makes the story funny and enjoyable to anyone who reads it. For example, Mr. Dinkins said his wife had a green thumb in the garden. Instantly Amelia Bedelia is interested and looked at Mrs. Dinkins. “She had never seen a green thumb before, and she wondered which hand it was on. What colors were her other fingers? Did Mrs. Dinkins have a pink pinky?” Throughout the book the illustrations go along with Amelia Bedelia taking things too literally, which makes them fun and engaging to look at. For example, when Mrs. Dinkins was explaining the eyes on a potato, corn growing in ears, and lettuce growing a head, the illustration shows Amelia Bedelia’s exact thoughts of what this could look like. The illustration shows a potato with eyes, corn with ears, and lettuce with a head. There is no central message to this story, but it can be a great story to read to children before their first field trip to get excited. The book could also be used to talk about the different meanings of groups of animals and other words that Amelia Bedelia got confused with, such as an ear of corn.

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  • (5/5)
    In my opinion, “Amelia Bedelia’s First Field Trip” is a good book because it teaches the young reader that going on a field trip is fun, but it is also a learning adventure. The story starts with Amelia going to a farm for her first field trip, along with her teacher and classmates. The farmers, Mr. and Mrs. Dinkins, escort the class at the farm and talk about taking care of the farm, feeding and nurturing the animals, and picking and planting seeds that turn into food that we eat. One farm activity the students take part in is gathering the eggs from the hens in the barn. “Mr. Dinkins shows everyone how to gather eggs. Some of the eggs were still warm. They were white eggs and brown eggs and speckled eggs and eggs the color of cream.” I enjoyed the illustrations that Lynne Avril provided to help showcase the story. She uses bright colors in her illustrations, helping to make the story more vivid and uplifting. After exploring the farm and having lunch, Mrs. Dinkins shows Ameila the planting area of the farm and gives her seeds to plant pumpkins at Ameila’s house. “’Plant these, she said. Water them well and give them lots of sunlight. Then one day you’ll have pumpkins.’” As the story progresses, the audience is able to see the result of the growing process of the pumpkin seeds given to Ameila. Some of the things the children learn while visiting the farm are how to care for the farm animals, how to plant seeds, and what chores need to be done on the farm. The big idea of the story is that children should go on field trips to have fun and to learn by experiencing new adventures outside of the classroom environment.