Word Builder

Begin your new construction with twenty six letters Where would a sentence be without words And what s a word without letters Just like when constructing a building, you have to build your words from the ground up Foreman Kurt Cyrus brings architect Ann Whitford Paul s poem to incredible heights with vivid illustrations that will make everyone want to be a word b Begin your new construction with twenty six letters Where would a sentence be without words And what s a word without letters Just like when constructing a building, you have to build your words from the ground up Foreman Kurt Cyrus brings architect Ann Whitford Paul s poem to incredible heights with vivid illustrations that will make everyone want to be a word builder
Word Builder Begin your new construction with twenty six letters Where would a sentence be without words And what s a word without letters Just like when constructing a building you have to build your words from

  • Title: Word Builder
  • Author: Ann Whitford Paul Kurt Cyrus
  • ISBN: 9781416939818
  • Page: 183
  • Format: Hardcover
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    1. Picture Book: Useful for teaching components of writing: Letters, Words, Sentences, Paragraphs, Chapters, Books, etc. Great pictures for seeing a visual of how letters come together to form words, words to form sentences, etc.

    2. Cute concept, but not very interesting to my adult self. But what do I know? My three-year-old loves it.

    3. Our family is made up of writers, engineers, architects, and teachers, so this book had definite appeal. It illustrated the concept of breaking a story down into paragraphs, sentences, words, and letters--by (literally) illustrating how letters can be built into such structures. Creative idea, great illustrations. I'd recommend it to K-2 teachers, but because it illustrates a concept, it seems more to me like a book to read once and remember, rather than a story to read multiple times. Bottom li [...]

    4. This book could be useful for educators, especially K, 1st and 2nd grade teachers. With minimal text it illustrates the foundation of language: letters, words, sentences, punctuation, paragraphs, chapters and finally, books. The illustrations are vibrant and their large scale is quite appealing. I appreciate the way the author and illustrator have tried to simplify something complex but this title serves as a shaky starting place for parents and teachers to explain the beauty of linguistics to t [...]

    5. Eh. My five-year-old son picked this book out from the library this week. He thought it was about letters. I thought it was about how letters formed words. We were both wrong. This book skipped right over how letters worked and went straight into how words formed sentences, and sentences for paragraphs, and how paragraphs form chapters, and how chapters form books. This is a picture book -- most of the target audience isn't concerned about writing a book (although my son already has); they are m [...]

    6. In this story, a young construction worker puts together letters and punctuation to build words, sentences, sentences, and chapters. I didn't like the perspective of the illustrations and while the text was intriguing, it didn't quite work for me either. The text could almost inspire older students as a simple writing text but the young boy and the simple writing aren't quite right for that group either. This is one I'll skip for my elementary school library.

    7. I love this concept, but I didn't feel the book quite pulled it off. The illustrations are fantastic (I love Cyrus's work) but I felt they didn't explore the vision the author had (although I'm guessing, obviously) and didn't illuminate the text the way they should. Feels like a mismatch and prevents the book as a whole from working. It took me quite a while to decide what I thought about this one. That said, my kids loved it :)

    8. pulled this book out of the library for my 4 yr old but it was a bit too early. We will definitely revisit it when we start learning more about story writing. He loves to build and offering story writing in the framework of construction will connect with him when the time is right. It is an unusual vision but has value in bringing the writing process to light in a different way.

    9. This book has a great concept and could be useful for teachers of middle grades - it shows letters being built into words; words into paragraphs; paragraphs into pages, etc. My gripe with the book is that it is set up to look like a book for young preschoolers: very little text, bright construction illustrations; so neither group is going to be happy with the book. Nice try.

    10. This is a cute book talking about how words build into sentences and on into paragraphs, eventually making a book. Beautiful illustrations, but I was looking for more substantial prose. Good for young writers.

    11. Nice intro into writing for kids. Putting together letters then words then sentences then This is a simple book with very big nice illustrations. Fun read. May be nice for print knowledge with Early Literacy. Ages 4+

    12. Maybe K or 1st, introduction to writinge text has relatively little to say. Just simplistic generalization that letters make words, words make sentences, sentences make paragraphs, etc. Construction site illustrations are appealing. Less than amazing.

    13. I loved reading this big, beautiful book to my new grandson. Large in size the book captivated his eyes as the sound of my voice followed the little construction worker building a village of books from letters.This book makes you want to snuggle with a child and live between the pages.

    14. This is a cute way to remind children that it is not a monumental feat to write a paper it starts with letters that form words which form sentences that form paragraphs and so on. Interesting illustrations as well!

    15. This goes beyond what alphabet books do, illustrating the building of words, sentences, paragraphs, and, ultimately, a book, using construction equipment. The concepts will probably be beyond most preschoolers still, but it's a good way to introduce the idea! Plus, the illustrations are so cool!

    16. Cool concept, cool art. I'd use it with older kids who have already been introduced to the key components (words, sentences, paragraphs).

    17. Probably too mature for my son. Regardless, I didn't love the approach the author took to explain sentence structure.

    18. It's not ABC in a traditional sense - it's the construction of language. The poetry and larger-than-life aspect given to creation here is just spectacular.

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