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The Little Old Lady Who Was Not Afraid of Anything

The Little Old Lady Who Was Not Afraid of Anything

Escrito por Linda Williams

Narrado por Barbara Rosenblat


The Little Old Lady Who Was Not Afraid of Anything

Escrito por Linda Williams

Narrado por Barbara Rosenblat

avaliações:
4.5/5 (37 avaliações)
Comprimento:
9 minutos
Lançado em:
Jan 1, 2011
ISBN:
9780545551038
Formato:
Audiolivro

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Once upon a time, there was an old lady who was not afraid of anything! CLOMP, CLOMP, SHAKE, SHAKE, CLAP,CLAP. And the little old lady who was not afraid of anything had the scare of her life!
Lançado em:
Jan 1, 2011
ISBN:
9780545551038
Formato:
Audiolivro


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  • (4/5)
    Fun read aloud.
  • (5/5)
    I was surprised at how well this worked for the 2nd and 3rd graders - I thought it might be too young for them, but they loved it. Part of it was that they were familiar with the book, but they also loved the participation aspect. Illustrations by Megan Lloyd are fine, but it's the story that's the standout here; there's a reason this is a classic. This would also work great for a participatory storytelling experience. My Elementary Music Education class had a version of this where you hand out different musical instruments to members of a class or group to represent each action and have them perform the story sort of readers' theater style.

    Used for Spooktacular Tons of Fun program for 2nd and 3rd graders October 2009.
  • (5/5)
    An old lady is walking through the forest. She is followed by several spooky things; shoes that go Clomp Clomp, pants that go Wiggle Wiggle, and a shirt that goes Shake Shake. The old lady is not afraid of anything!
  • (5/5)
    The old lady who wasn't afraid of anything takes a walk in the woods at night and is followed by an eerily empty pair of shoes that go clomp, clomp. Since she isn't afraid of anything, she is unmoved and continues on her walk. The cast of eerie clothing grows to include equally rhythmic pants, shirt, and a jack-o-lantern head. The items follow her home and the end is a sweet surprise. This book is wonderful for story times; it has rhyme, encourages movement, teaches clothing, and is all around fun to read. It can also be told aloud without the book. Simple to follow. Highly recommended.
  • (3/5)
    In true Halloween spirit, this book is festive, fun, and interactive and is a great holiday read in the classroom because it is NOT scary. Throughout the text the little old lady, who is walking in the woods, comes across various objects that make noises (like STOMP STOMP and CLAP CLAP) and these are actions that students could mimic and participate with as the book is being read. This book could be used to teach about making predictions because the book is repetitive, and students have to remember the order of the motions and sounds in order to follow along.
  • (4/5)
    Genre: This book is a good example of a fantasy. In the story there are pants, gloves, hat, and a pumpkin head that think all for themselves. In the real world they do not actually do this so it is a fantasy. There is a bit of reality to the story though in the fact that we all get scared sometimes.Age: IntermediateMedia: Colored PencilUse: 1. Use as a introduction to a Halloween unit. 2. Have students write about their fears or how they were scared onetime.
  • (3/5)
    Great interactive story with lots of noises. She isn't scared of anything but a pumpkin head.
  • (4/5)
    Cute children's story - safely scary. The little old lady finds clothes from shoes on up in her path, clomp clomp wiggle wiggle shake shake...and then a pumpkin head, and at that point she runs! Not scared, just smart. And then a cheerful ending. I read it at a bookstore to check it out because of a suggestion in Name That Book.
  • (5/5)
    Is this little old lady really not afraid of anything? Her braveness is tested late one night while she was walking home. She meets some really noisy pieces of clothing and a scary pumpkin head on her walk home. This book is a great read aloud, especially around Halloween. You can use the noises to get children involved in the story telling. This is a level 3 book.
  • (3/5)
    A cute little book about a lady who is supposedly fearless... Great one to read to kids for Halloween.
  • (3/5)
    This book would be fun to read around Halloween. It is a fun story line and the children would enjoy all of the sounds.
  • (5/5)
    a fun book with great sound words and great for the season of holloween
  • (5/5)
    This classic participatory story for kids (& adults) is one of my favorites of the season.
  • (5/5)
    This book is funny and very creative ??? what do u guys think this book is or do u think it's a good book
  • (3/5)
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  • (4/5)
    This second time I've read I enjoyed it just as much as I did years ago. I think it really helps children to empathize with the 'humanity' of others instead of just generic vague terrors.
  • (3/5)
    A fun book with a lot of repeating. Good for older story times I think. I like that everyone got a happy ending.
  • (4/5)
    This would be an excellent book to use in a classroom around Halloween or fall time. I really enjoyed reading it. This book would fall under the category of a cumulative tale, because as the little old lady meets each different item throughout the forest, their little bit gets added on to the poem that is included throughout the story until finally all of the items assemble to create a scarecrow! I think the repetition throughout the story helps it to flow extremely well and to keep the readers attention and keep them engaged. The main idea of this story is that everyone has a purpose, even if it turns out to be something different than you had originally planned!
  • (4/5)
    A Halloween tale of a little old lady who was not afraid. Even when she encountered clomping shoes or wiggling pants. All these fearful things come her way as she tries to walk her way home. She walks faster and faster with each encounter getting scared little by little until she finally reached home. The scary objects knock on her door but the little old lady is determined she is not scared.
  • (5/5)
    Summary: This is a stoy of a little old lady who was walking in the forest on a dark scary night. As she was walking diffent items of clothing came up to her and made different noises. As she got closer to home she bagan to walk faster and all the clothes would repeat their noises. She finally made it home when she herd a knock at the door. All the clothing were at the door and tried to scare her again by repeating their noises. She finally put them together as a scare crow in her garden.Personal Experience: As a child I remember this being one of my favorite books. My favorite part was when all the clothes would repeat their noises. My children love it when we read this book because they always make the noise part.Classroom Extension: 1. In my classroom I would have little puppet like pieces of clothing on popcicle sticks. I would pass out to different children during circle time and when it came to their part I would have them raise up their part and make the noise. 2. I would have the students look through magazines and find the certain clothes and a lady then cut them out. I would then have the students glue down pictures in the order the way they appeared in the story. Once they were finished they could tell the story on their own.
  • (3/5)
    A woman walks through the forest and hears sounds but keeps telling herself that she is not afraid. When she gets home she realizes it was the clothes from her clothesline that turned into a scarecrow.
  • (4/5)
    Summary: The Old Lady Who Was Not Afraid of Anything is about an old lady who is walking through the woods. She encounters various things in the path to her house and she tells them to leave her alone because she isn't afraid of anything. They all follow her. When she is almost home, she comes upon a huge pumpkin head. She runs the rest of the way home and locks the door. Then she whispers something to the pumpkin and he nods in agreement. In the morning, all of the items that had followed her and the pumpkin head had made themselves into a scare crow. Personal Reaction: This was a cute book for Halloween time. The shoes and other items of clothing that follow the old lady make noises like clomp clomp thought the book, and the children I read it to liked to do actions for them. They all liked the solution the pumpkin and the old lady came up with at the end of the book too! Extension ideas: This book would be best suited for the fall/ Halloween. Students could act out the actions of the items following the old lady. They could also construct a scare crow with a pumpkin head.
  • (3/5)
    A little old lady leaves her cottage for an afternoon's walk in the forest, in this appealing folktale-style story, finding herself far from home as darkness begins to fall. Encountering a series of ghostly articles of clothing, as she makes her way home - two empty shoes, clomp-clomping, a pair of pants with nobody in them - she resolutely refuses to become frightened, although the appearance of a glowing Jack-O-Lantern does have her running from her pursuers. Finally, when confronted with the entire "ensemble," the little old lady has a bright idea...I enjoyed The Little Old Lady Who Not Afraid of Anything, and think it would make an excellent Halloween read-aloud. The ever-expanding refrain, with its sound-words and repetition,will allow young listeners and readers to participate in the story, clomp-clomping and wiggle-wiggling along. The illustrations by Megan Lloyd - whose artwork can also be seen in a more recent autumn offering, Too Many Pumpkins - are appealing, capturing the humor and well as the spookiness of the story. All in all, a solid Halloween tale!