Hairy, Scary, Ordinary has ratings and 78 reviews. Dolly said: We really enjoy Brian P. Cleary’s books. He makes learning fun, and this is a silly an. Simple, rhyming text and colorful cartoon cats help children expand their vocabularies and gain an appreciation for the rhythm of language in this lighthearted. Confused by adjectives? This funny and adjective-filled book provides a lot of zany examples of ways to describe things. With silly pictures and rhyming words.

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Aug 30, Kayla Hawkins added it Shelves: It was full of fun and bright illustrations, as well as lots of rhyming and at the same time it was very informative. What Is An Adverb? Students could get in small gro This is a very fun book on adjectives! The adjectives are colorfully highlighted and readers will see their function demonstrated in a wide variety of contexts. This book is a fun and entertaining way to involve children the various use of language.

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Jan 30, Nancy rated it really liked it. What Is a Verb? On the page before the title page, there’s a little cat pointing to a poster which defines the word adjective. Prosmitsky, Jenya, ill.

I thought Hairy, Scary, Ordinary: We plan on purchasing more books from this series. I LOVE this book because it teaches readers what adjectives do. Review quote “Conventions, the sixth trait of writing, deals with the rules of writing. Altogether, this entertaining lecture will go far to enliven and enlighten ahiry classes as well as add to the readers vocabulary.


Check out the top books of the year on haidy page Best Books of Ask students to write their initials on the back of both cards so that others can check the solution. Simple, rhyming text and colorful cartoon cats help children expand their vocabularies lrdinary gain an appreciation for the rhythm of language in this lighthearted book of rhyming verse. It was an awesome refresher on what an adjective was.

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Hairy, Scary, Ordinary: What Is an Adjective?

Under, Over, By the Clover: The book enables children to learn about adjectives. It is a very easy read and very cute. As students read the cards through the week, they can try to crack each other’s secret codes. Adjectives like frilly, silly, polka-dotted, fizzy, and spunky are printed in color, and all the words will tickle you pink! Kids will find it easy to understand. What Is an Adjective?

It was such a fun read and kids would enjoy this book a lot as well. Cute concept, wonderful illustrations. She enjoyed them too. What Is a Conjunction? Hairy Scary Ordinary – What is an Adjective? Feb 04, Auttumn C rated it it was amazing Shelves: The sound of the words, the exaggeration, and the nonsense scenarios will appeal to kids, and, with the help of an adult, beginning readers will get the idea that adjectives “modify” nouns and scarg tell us more about ourselves and adjcetive around us.

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Product details Format Paperback 32 pages Dimensions x x 5. Now to ignore the rules, ask students to write those words again without any spaces or punctuation. Adjectuve book consists of a lot of examples of adjectives. Wbat story introduces readers to descriptive words using rhymes in a creative manner.


English Choose a language for shopping. I think this is a cute book to focus on adjectives. Nairy text and illustrations of comical cats present numerous examples of adjectives, from “hairy, scary, cool, and ordinary” to “tan and tall, ” “funny, frisky, smooth, and small. I am using this book to reteach adjectives to my class. When reading the book, the story flows very smoothly and rhythmically as well.

Most children will be entertained while reinforcing grammar. This book can be read aloud to children learning about adjectives since this book defines what adjectives are in a very clear way that is unique and catchy that children would like. For the primary grades it would be a wonderful resource. The text explains that adjectives describe nouns, but adverbs are never mentioned, even though some are used within the text. These books adjectkve it so that both of these things are possible.

I wish I would have had it when I reviewed adjectives in my fourth grade placement. The students can write a sentence about the object with adjectives or just make a list. Want to Read Currently Reading Read. I would target this book potentially towards Year 2, scry this to a class prior to an English lesson.