January 17, 2015: Book Treasure Book

On Friday, we read The Biggest Snowman Ever, by Steven Kroll. Your child should have brought home their envelope, retelling sheet, and a snowflake. Retelling sheets and envelopes are due back by Tuesday. If you would like to listen to the story again, just click on the video below.

4 thoughts on “January 17, 2015: Book Treasure Book

  1. All of the mice gathered around the mayor and the mayor said to the mice that they were going to have a contest on who could make the biggest snowman and the winner would get a prize. One mouse said that he was going to make the biggest snowman ever! So first he rolled a big snowball, than he rolled a medium snowball and last he rolled a smaller snowball for the head. Than another mouse did the same thing because he wanted to make the biggest snowman. Than one of the mice went and got his dad and showed him the snowman he had made. So the other went and got his uncle and showed him his snowman. The uncle told one of the boys that the snowman wasn’t big enough, so he told him if he wanted to make it bigger he needed to use a wheel barrel to carry the snow to make bigger balls. Then another mouse came and helped the boy and his uncle make the biggest snowman ever. After that they put a carrot nose, scarf and hat on the snowman and they won the prize for the contest! Then all the mice in the town started to dance around the snowman.

  2. There was one mouse building a snowman that was rolling a ball and he went to show his dad and if you want to build it faster you should get a wheelbarrow, and the other girl mouse did the same thing and when they bumped into each other and worked together. When the judges came to see the snowman they said that is the biggest snowman ever. It just goes to show that working together will work out for everyone.

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