3 edition of A birthday basket for TiÌa found in the catalog.
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 127 p. :|
|Number of Pages||52|
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The story is written by a Mexican American author and also integrates many Spanish words into the text which provides realism for the reader. Put the items back in the basket in the proper order with the help of the children. This book is about a young girl who collects different items that she and her tia like to do together. Then so on for 4, 3, etc. The mom cooking and preparing for the party could be looked at as stereotypical of a Latino multicultural book, but it fits well with the context of the story.
I have used it in storytimes, and it works ok. Readers will connect with Cecelia's desire to make her great aunt's birthday very special. This book is good for ELL students or introducing Spanish to students because it includes some Spanish words and The book is about a Spanish family that is close and love and cares about each other.
I have used it in storytimes, and it works ok. Colorful pictures within the book will also be enjoyable for young readers. Ask them if they can guess why you are giving them to your Tia. I am teaching them how to relate what they know to what we read about. " I dismiss my students a small group at a time in order to keep some control over my kindergarten chaos.