Elephants Line Up

Stomp, stomp, stomp, stomp. Stomp, stomp, stomp, stomp. It's time to get in line! Here come the elephants. We're walking down the hall. We weigh a ton, and everyone is walking quietly, straight and tall. Here come the elephants.

Author: Jonathan Peale

Publisher: Capstone

ISBN: 9781632906120

Category: Children's songs

Page: 25

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A song that teaches students how to form a line.

A Box Full of Tales

i c *“Elephant Swing” from Animal Walks by Georgiana Stewart. ... *“The Elephant” from Early Childhood Classics: Old Favorites with a New Twist by Hap Palmer. ... “Elephant, Elephant” Elephant, Elephant, stomp stomp stomp.

Author: Kathy MacMillan

Publisher: American Library Association

ISBN: 9780838909607

Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Page: 222

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Encourages the creation of storytelling prop boxes, explaining a way to gather songs, books, flannel boards, toys, and finger plays together in a single location to be used by multiple librarians.

War Elephants

The three angry elephants stomp and toss their attackers mercilessly until the rest of the dispirited foes turn and flee for their lives . It took two hours for the caravan to recall its panicked members and treat the wounds of the ...

Author: John M. Kistler

Publisher: U of Nebraska Press

ISBN: 0803260040

Category: History

Page: 356

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Elephants have fought in human armies for more than three thousand years. This is the largely forgotten tale of the credit they deserve and the sacrifices they endured.

African Elephants

June 10, 2014. http://www .arkive.org/african-elephant/loxodonta -africana/. “African Elephant Fact Sheet. ... 12, 17, 22; oceans, 16–17, 20; savannas, 12–14, 17 32 AFRICAN ELEPHANTS stomp across the savannahs and forests of Africa.

Author: Rebecca E. Hirsch

Publisher: Lerner Digital ™

ISBN: 9781512462333

Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Page: 32

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Audisee® eBooks with Audio combine professional narration and text highlighting for an engaging read aloud experience! Find out what an African elephant has in common with a wildebeest. Learn what sets an African elephant apart from a snow leopard. Readers will compare and contrast key traits of African elephants—their appearance, behavior, habitat, and life cycle—to traits of other mammals. Charts and sidebars support key ideas and provide details. Through gathering information about similarities and differences, readers will make connections and draw conclusions about what makes this animal a mammal and how mammals are alike and different from each other.

How Elephants and Other Animals Hear the Earth

Elephant Calls and Foot Stomping Elephants often call to one another. They can cry and roar. They can also make loud sounds like a trumpet.Their voices can rumble deeply. Each call means something different, and other elephants know ...

Author: Caitie McAneney

Publisher: The Rosen Publishing Group, Inc

ISBN: 9781499409918

Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Page: 26

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Elephants are able to sense an earthquake before it happens. How are they able to do this? They can feel the seismic vibrations in the earth through their trunk and their feet. Readers learn how elephants use these vibrations to communicate with each other and sense danger. Fun, memorable facts presented throughout the text address elephants and other animals with similar sensory adaptations, including snakes and spiders. Informative text and a detailed graphic organizer introduce readers to important science curriculum concepts, such as animal adaptations and seismic waves. Vibrant photographs of a variety of animals keep readers engaged as they learn.

Totally Random Facts Volume 1

Elephants are the world's largest land animal. ... There are three species of elephant: African savanna elephant, African forest elephant, and Asian elephant. ... Elephants stomp their feet to signal that danger is near.

Author: Melina Gerosa Bellows

Publisher: Bright Matter Books

ISBN: 9780593516201

Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Page: 226

View: 699


DID YOU KNOW? Dragonflies can see in all directions at once. Cats have a vocabulary of 14 words. And golf balls were originally made from—wait for it—cow’s eyeballs. Fantastic facts and incredible images come to life in this big, beautiful hardcover book that brings the best of our wonderfully wild world right into kids' hands! The first volume of our beloved TOTALLY RANDOM FACTS series shows kids that the world is a truly amazing place! With literally thousands of wild, weird, and wonderfully random facts about anything and everything, this uber-giftable hardcover pairs amazing photography and cool design with a wealth of intriguing information to leave kids amazed and amused. From the depths of the oceans to the outer reaches of space, if your kid is interested in it, there's a Totally Random Fact about it!

Great Grammar Lessons that Work

Stomp ! Elephants stomp . Angry elephants stomp . Angry bull elephants stomp . Angry bull elephants stomp ... Then hand student - pairs sheets with outlined pyramids of 15 building blocks ( a block for each word ) , like the elephant ...

Author: Lee Karnowski

Publisher: Scholastic Inc.

ISBN: 0590873032

Category: Education

Page: 100

View: 106


A hands-on discovery mode of teaching English grammar using a variety of techniques.

The Magic Kingdom

'But if the elephant couldn't avoid a fight – like, say he and the gator got trapped in a gigantic sinkhole or something – couldn't the elephant stomp the gator to death?' The captain said, 'They might get along, though.

Author: Russell Banks

Publisher: Oldcastle Books Ltd

ISBN: 9780857305480

Category: Fiction

Page: 278

View: 607


From one of America's most beloved storytellers, a profound novel about belief, betrayal, and the transformation of one corner of the country. In 1971, a property speculator named Harley Mann begins recording his life story onto a reel-to-reel machine. Reflecting on his childhood in the early twentieth century, Harley recounts that after his father's sudden death, his family migrated down to Florida's swamplands - mere miles away from what would become Disney World - to join a community of Shakers. Led by Elder John, a generous man with a mysterious past, the colony devoted itself to labor, faith, and charity, rejecting all temptations that lay beyond the property. Though this way of life initially saved Harley and his family from complete ruin, when Harley began falling in love with Sadie Pratt, a consumptive patient living on the grounds, his loyalty to the Shakers and their conservative worldview grew strained and, ultimately, broke. As Harley dictates his story across more than half a century - meditating on youth, Florida's everchanging landscape, and the search for an American utopia - the truth about Sadie, Elder John, and the Shakers comes to light, clarifying the past and present alike. A dazzling tapestry of love and faith, memory and imagination, The Magic Kingdom questions what it means to look back and accept one's place in history. With an expert eye and stunning vision, Russell Banks delivers a wholly captivating portrait of a man navigating Americana and the passage of time. 'Russell Banks's new novel is eerily timely. Can what's gone wrong in the past offer keys to the future? The Magic Kingdom confronts our longings for Paradise; also the inner serpents that are to be found in all such enchanted gardens' - MARGARET ATWOOD 'As always happens when I read Russell Banks's work, I couldn't put it down. That is the Banks magic - the propulsive force of the narrative, even as his stories twist and turn through various diversions, asides, and introspections - for the narrative voice is always constant, and that constancy never fails to hold the reader in its grip. Banks is still working at full blast, creating work as good as anything he has ever done and - is it possible? - perhaps even better' - PAUL AUSTER

Sora and Ryan s Yoga Adventure in Singapore Yoga for Children around the World

Stomp, stomp!” Elephant Pose 1. Stand with your feet wide apart. Interlock your fingers. 2. 3. 4. Stretch your arms and swing them from side to side. Daddy elephant swings his trunk with wide movements. Baby elephant swings his trunk ...

Author: Satoko Ohnishi

Publisher: Marshall Cavendish International Asia Pte Ltd

ISBN: 9789814893237

Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Page: 53

View: 866


When Sora arrives in Singapore from Japan, her friend, Ryan, takes her on a tour of the little island. Together, they visit iconic attractions such as Marina Bay Sands, Gardens by the Bay, the Merlion Park, as well as the Singapore Zoo. At each spot, they have fun creating their own yoga poses based on what they see and experience. This delightful book featuring Singapore’s attractions will guide children through 10 fun yoga poses as they: • acquire muscle strength and flexibility • find their sense of balance • develop observation skills and concentration • use their creativity and imagination Additional yoga-related activities — breathing and drawing exercises and colouring pages — will help children find their sense of calm and learn to focus while having fun!

Alphabet Treasury

Ee is for an elephant, stomping hard . (Stomp your feet hard as an elephant might.) Day. 1: Ee. Is. for. Elephant. Materials • Ee Is for Elephant worksheet (page 42) for each child • pencils and crayons Procedure for Child 1 .

Author: Deanna Reynolds

Publisher: Teacher Created Resources

ISBN: 9781420623406

Category: Education

Page: 210

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