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The matter of the mittens

Fred Rogers

The matter of the mittens

by Fred Rogers

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  • 14 Currently reading

Published by Small World Enterprises in Princeton .
Written in English


About the Edition

King Friday chooses a very hot day to require everyone in the Neighborhood of Make Believe to wear mittens. What is his reason?

Edition Notes

Statementby Fred M. Rogers. With photos. by John Naso. Edited and knitted by Susan Tyler Hitchcock.
ContributionsNaso, John, illus.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsPZ7.R63 Mat
The Physical Object
Pagination[42] p.
Number of Pages42
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL5050899M
ISBN 100884600009
LC Control Number74012205
OCLC/WorldCa983991

Tell students they'll be using a book about a child who lost a mitten to learn about story elements. Show the cover of The Mitten and do a brief picture walk to engage students.   This book would be a good introduction to Ukrainian culture, especially their folk tales and folk art. Positive Messages No heavy message here but the suggestion is that one animal too many (a tiny mouse in this case) pushes the mitten beyond its limit.5/5.

The Mitten is a beautiful Ukrainian folk story that our family first became familiar with through the Jan Brett version. The richly illustrated book tells the story of Nicki, a young boy who asks for white mittens from his Baba (grandmother), and promptly loses one, which is explored by several forest animals before it is returned to Nicki albeit, a bit stretched out. I have three different versions of “The Mitten” book. Each book presents the same story from three slightly different perspectives. I brought all three of my mitten books to share with the kids Introducing a Story. Out of the three versions of “The Mitten,” I chose to read, “The Mitten.

Why is it called The Mitten and not The Mittens? Now that you've gotten the students thinking about mittens, you can transition to the topic of the lesson: asking questions before, during, and after reading. You might want to say something such as: "You know, it's often a good idea to ask questions like this before you read a book.   Facebook Twitter Pinterest If you have children on multiple reading levels, this free, printable book is perfect for your reading time! The Mitten includes four different reading level versions plus a wordless version. Story sequencing and word cards are included, and the pictures can be colored. I’ve looked over the download, and am amazed that these 92 pagesRead More.


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The matter of the mittens by Fred Rogers Download PDF EPUB FB2

The Matter of the Mittens Hardcover – January 1, by Fred Rogers (Author)5/5(1). "The Matter of the Mittens" is a far-fetched make-believe story which we hope you'll be able to translate to some matters within your own family knowing that "the very same people who are trusting sometimes are the very same people who sometimes insist on knowing the reasons right away.".

Find helpful customer reviews and review ratings for The Matter of the Mittens at Read honest and unbiased product reviews from our users.5/5. The matter of the mittens. [Fred Rogers; John Naso] -- King Friday chooses a very hot day to require everyone in the Neighborhood of Make Believe to wear mittens.

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“The Mitten” is a Ukrainian folktale retold by Jan Brett and it is about how a young boy named Nicki loses his mitten in the snow and his lost mitten soon becomes a host to a great number of forest animals.

“The Mitten” is easily one of the cutest and most beautiful folktales ever told for children!/5. Related Books. Grades PreK - 1 The Mitten by Alvin Tresselt. Illustrated by Yaroslava. Picture Book. 40 pages. Find this book: Local Bookstore, Amazon, B&N His fur-lined mitten appears to be made of skins rather than yarn and his illustrations are very different in style and palette.

To create awareness about the risks and the clothing needs of low income children due to cold weather, distribute mittens (hats and scarves) to help in the prevention of frostbite, and to educate the community on the signs of frostbite. Readers can investigate odd and even numbers as they unravel this mitten mystery.

This Level 1 MathStart starts with a mystery—who took the missing mittens?—and ends with an explanation of odd and even numbers. This nonfiction picture book is an excellent choice to share during homeschooling, in particular for children ages 4 to 6.

It’s a fun way to learn to read and as a supplement for activity books /5(12). Cut out four mitten shapes. Stack them together and put two staples at the top. Write your name on the bottom of the mitten. On each page draw a picture of another animal who could have crawled into the mitten and tell why the other animals might have let it in.

Make a Mitten Flap BookFile Size: 2MB. The Mitten is a beautifully illustrated story adapted from a Ukrainian folktale that tells the story of a mitten dropped in the snow which becomes a refuge for a series of woodland animals.

Not only is the story entertaining, it lends itself to fun and educational activities you can do with your child.

BOOK INFO - The Matter of the Mittens (Mr. Rogers' Neighborhood) by Fred M. Rogers with photographs by John Naso, edited by Susan Tyler Hitchcock. Published by Small World Enterprises in Hardcover.

SIZE - 44 pages / x x inches CONDITION - Please see the images above for an accurate representation of what the book looks like, but. This book is photographed by John Naso; edited and knitted by Susan Tyler Hitchcock; copyright by Small World Enterprises, Inc. - Princeton; see picture here - there is a faint pen mark on the cover and it is smudged about and you can faintly see my childhood writing of "wonderful" - - but overall solid shape; no torn pages; the first.

Find books like The Mitten from the world’s largest community of readers. Goodreads members who liked The Mitten also liked: The Snowy Day (Peter, #1), C. The Mitten is a Ukrainian folktale as retold by Alvin Tresselt and is designed for students in kindergarten and above.

This folktale tells the story of a young man who is out in the woods, gathering wood for his grandmother, when he unknowingly drops one of his mittens, leaving it behind/5. In this wintry episode of NOOK Online Storytime, author Jan Brett reads The Mitten.

A classic Ukrainian folktale retold and stunningly illustrated by Brett, The Mitten follows the adventures of. Texts from Mittens is a series of text message conversations between a snappy, self-absorbed housecat named Mittens and his long-suffering human, /5.

The Mitten has been called “a charming lap book to be pored over again and again” by School Library Journal. InThe Mitten was released as a board book. Narrated in the omniscient third person, the story begins during the snowy wintertime.

Seven-year-old Nicki expresses his desire for a pair of white wool mittens. A fun, engaging book. The Mitten Tree, by Candace Christiansen. We adored this book about Sarah, an older woman who lives alone and watches the children at the bus stop.

When she notices that one boy has no mittens, she knits him a pair and leaves them on the blue spruce tree for him to discover. The children learn to watch for new mittens on.

Sorry, Neighbor. The Neighborhood Archive is constantly growing, changing, and improving. With a lot of regular maintenance to the site, occasionally links and. Cut out the mittens on the previous page and glue the outside edges of the mittens together, leaving an opening along the bottom edge of the mittens.

As you read the story with your child, have him put the animals below into the mitten in the order you read about them in the book.

As an alternate idea, you can use the smaller squaresFile Size: 2MB.The Mitten book. The bestselling modern classic, in an oversized board book edition perfect for sharing.

When Nicki drops his white mitten in the snow, he goes on without realizing that it is missing. One by one, woodland animals find it and crawl in; first, a curious mole, then a rabbit, a badger and others, each one larger than the last/5(3). About the Author. Robin Hansen, author of Knit Mittens!, is the first researcher to document traditional knitting in New England.

She has written four knitting books: Fox and Geese and Fences, Flying Geese and Partridge Feet, Sunny's Mittens, and Lost and Found Mittens/5(20).