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A Beach Tail

Williams, Karen Lynn (Book - 2010 )
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A Beach Tail
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When his father tells him not to leave the lion he is drawing on the beach, a little boy starts making a very, very long tail--and a trail to follow back.
Authors: Williams, Karen Lynn
Title: A beach tail
Publisher: Honesdale, Pa. : Boyds Mills Press, c2010
Edition: 1st ed
Characteristics: 1 v. (unpaged) :,col. ill. ;,32 cm
Statement of Responsibility: Karen Lynn Williams ; illustrated by Floyd Cooper
Summary: When his father tells him not to leave the lion he is drawing on the beach, a little boy starts making a very, very long tail--and a trail to follow back.
Additional Contributors: Cooper, Floyd
ISBN: 1590787129
9781590787120
Branch Call Number: jE WILLIAMS 2010
Subject Headings: Fathers and sons Juvenile fiction Drawing Juvenile fiction Beaches Juvenile fiction
Genre/Form: Picture books for children
Topical Term: Fathers and sons
Drawing
Beaches
LCCN: 2009035944
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When his father tells him not to leave the lion he is drawing on the beach, a little boy starts making a very, very long tail--and a trail to follow back.

When his father tells him not to leave the lion he is drawing on the beach, a little boy starts making a very, very long tail--and a trail to follow back.

When his father tells him not to leave the lion he is drawing on the beach, a little boy starts making a very, very long tail--and a trail to follow back.


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Feb 12, 2014
  • JCLChristiH rated this: 5 stars out of 5.

Math/measurement:
Make homemade Moon Sand
http://theimaginationtree.com/2013/06/home-made-moon-sand-recipe.html

4 cups play sand
2 cup corn flour (corn starch in US)
1 cup water
2 tbsp coloured powder paint (we divided our plain mix into two so we could make both pink and purple)
huge sprinkling of glitter

Method:

Mix the sand and cornflour in a large bowl until combined. Then tip in the water in increments, mixing it in as you go along. By the end it should be well combined and the consistency is like a crumbly pastry mix. If it doesn’t hold together when formed in a ball then add a tiny bit more water until it feels right. It should not be wet, but feel slightly damp.
When this is achieved then stir through the colours, using as many as you like. You will need to use your fingers to thoroughly mix the colours, like making breadcrumbs or pastry. This stage is fantastic for developing fine motor skills!

Jun 08, 2011
  • littlekid rated this: 4.5 stars out of 5.

Loved this.

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