A House for Birdie

A House for Birdie Poor tiny Birdie has no house But Birdie does have friends Spike Queenie Goldie and Fidget want to help Birdie find a house of his own Birdie needs a house that isn t too tall and isn t too thin t

  • Title: A House for Birdie
  • Author: Stuart J. Murphy Edward Miller
  • ISBN: 9780060523534
  • Page: 372
  • Format: Paperback
  • Poor tiny Birdie has no house But Birdie does have friends Spike, Queenie, Goldie, and Fidget want to help Birdie find a house of his own Birdie needs a house that isn t too tall and isn t too thin, that isn t too short and isn t too fat, and that isn t too wide and isn t too narrow Will they find a house for Birdie before the rain falls and the wind blows A swee Poor tiny Birdie has no house But Birdie does have friends Spike, Queenie, Goldie, and Fidget want to help Birdie find a house of his own Birdie needs a house that isn t too tall and isn t too thin, that isn t too short and isn t too fat, and that isn t too wide and isn t too narrow Will they find a house for Birdie before the rain falls and the wind blows A sweet and simple story about helping out a friend explains the math concept of capacity what will fit in a container of a particular shape and size.

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    1 thought on “A House for Birdie”

    1. Birdie needs a house to stay warm and dry. Her friends set out to help her find a house all her own. They find lots of different sized houses; tall and skinny like her friend Spike, fat and short like Goldie, each friend finds a house that fits them. None are just right for Birdie. Her friends team together to make a short very small house just for her. Simply written this is a great book for to explore the math concept of capacity/volume. At the end of the book there are ideas to help clarify a [...]

    2. I will use this book to teach about capacity. I will ask students to bring in their favorite stuff animal. I will then find boxes of different sizes. The students will then try to figure out which animal is taller? Which is thinner and which is wider? they will then decide which animal will fit best in which box.

    3. I ordered this book because a Flannel Friday colleague created a flannelboard for it, and I wanted to see the original story. Turns out, I like her version better than the book! storytiming/2011/06/17/fla

    4. A sweet and simple story about helping out a friend explains the math concept of capacity -- what will fit in a container of a particular shape and size. This book is great for grades k-3. I really think that children will enjoy the pictures. I really love Stuart Murphy's booksHe is awesome!

    5. "A sweet and simple story about helping out a friend explains the math concept of capacity -- what will fit in a container of a particular shape and size."From the Reading NookPK-1 Can use for teaching shapes and the concept of volume and capacity at a beggining level.

    6. Fun little book about shapes. Each bird is a different size and they have to find the right house for each bird. Great lesson for math.

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