Red Pandas at the Zoo

In Red Pandas at the Zoo, read more about red pandas. Although their name suggests it, red pandas are not closely related to the giant panda. They look more like raccoons, with their ringed tails. Red Pandas at the Zoo, part of the At the Zoo Set 3, is a nonfiction/informational, G leveled, Upper Emergent reader.

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Danny Likes Red Lap Book

In Danny Likes Red Lap Book, the larger, lap-sized version of Danny Likes Red, Danny has a special fondness for the color red. Read along to see all of the things Danny has that are red. Danny Likes Red Lap Book is part of the Early Childhood Teaching Unit 1 Kit: All About Me and is a B leveled, Early Emergent, lap-sized title.

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Danny Likes Red

In Danny Likes Red, Danny loves all of the colors, but has a special fondness for the color red. Read along to see all of the things Danny has that are red. Danny Likes Red, part of Meet Danny Set 3, is a B leveled, Early Emergent reader.

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Stripes at the Zoo

In Stripes at the Zoo, read about animals at the zoo that have stripes, including tigers, red pandas, and zebras. Stripes at the Zoo, part of At the Zoo Set 4, is a nonfiction/informational, B leveled, Early Emergent title.

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At The Zoo Set 3

At the Zoo Set 3 by MaryRuth Books is a set of four books about exotic, wild animals that live at the zoo. Children will be captivated by these stories of their favorite zoo animals with bright, original photography. Titles in this set include Red Pandas at the Zoo, Tortoises at the Zoo, Lions at the Zoo, and Cheetahs at the Zoo. Each book features a glossary that includes newly introduced, subject-specific words. Books may also be purchased as individual titles.

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Starting Back E-H Nonfiction Set

The Starting Back E-H Nonfiction Set includes eight Emergent-Upper Emergent nonfiction titles, two postcards, two Danny + Bee labels, a dry erase whiteboard with marker and eraser, and a 4 mil clear plastic HangUp bag that is perfect for transport and storage.

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Classroom Activities

Benjamin Franklin famously said, “Tell me and I forget; teach me and I may remember; involve me and I learn.” Participating in an activity coordinated with a book increases a young reader’s background knowledge about a book’s topic, further engaging them and encouraging them to take a more active role in their own learning.

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Teaching Activities that Coordinate with MRB Books

Classroom activities linked to specific books help establish a purpose for reading or can make the text of the book more relevant to the reader.

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Danny and Bee Writing Journals

Reading, and writing are connected parts of early literacy learning. When young children learn about reading, they learn about writing. And when they learn more about writing, it helps them learn more about reading. 

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Moving

In Moving, Danny is moving from the red house in the middle of the block where he has lived for his entire life. He is sad and he is scared. Danny is going to miss his friend, Abby, and worries that she will forget him. Before the day of the move, Danny decides to make a memory jar to give to Abby so that she can remember the special times they shared. Moving, the sixth title in the Danny’s Big Adventure Chapter Books Set, is a K leveled, Early Fluent reader.

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