Chewy Louie by Howie Schneider. His family despairs of turning him into a 'good' puppy, but will his chewing go too far? Themes include inference from pictures, good vs. bad behavior, predicting based on pictoral/verbal clues, richness of language.
Bark, George by Jules Feiffer. George's mother is very worried when George doesn't bark, but quacks, moos, oinks, etc. What will the vet do? Read and find out. Themes include: animal knowledge, repetition of activities, predicting future story events, inference from pictures.
Songs: Paws on the Dog and Bingo. Use a dog puppet with the first song to encourage children to name the parts of a dog (nose, ears, tale, paws). Make flannel letters for B-I-N-G-O and point to each one as the children sing Bingo. For older children, remove letters one by one. Point out letters and sounds as you go. Themes include: phonemics, rhythm, vocal range, vocabulary, print awareness.
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