Author: Kelly Gauthier CormierPublish On: 2021-07-06
Natal shysharks are part of a bigger group of sharks called catsharks, which are named for their long, cat-like eyes. Have you ever felt shy? The shyshark gets its name because of its personality. It doesn't like to be approached, ...
Author: Kelly Gauthier Cormier
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction
Filled with fun facts and amazing, scientifically accurate illustrations, The Little Chunky Book of Sharks is a big book of learning sure to entertain and inform kids of all ages. Discover everything there is to know about sharks, both small and large, from long-extinct species like megalodon to why sharks behave they ways they do today. The Little Chunky Book of Sharks is perfect for aspiring marine biologists to tuck into their backpacks for beach or boat expeditions or to read in bed at night.
... Anything goes when a shark is feeling... playful, shy silly, shy funny, shy happy, shy 6 The shark twists with... fear and shock guile and terror love and charm grace and charm 7 How many yards of insides will the shark play stretch ...
Author: Andrew Jennings
Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing
'A must have for any Year 4 teacher!' Liberty Minoli, English Lead, @MissMinoliYear4 An exciting reading comprehension resource from Andrew Jennings (@VocabularyNinja), the creator of the hugely popular Write Like a Ninja, Vocabulary Ninja and Comprehension Ninja: Non-Fiction series. This photocopiable resource contains 24 immersive and imaginative fiction and poetry texts from acclaimed writers including Jo Simmons, Karen Inglis and Brian Moses, as well as original texts by Adam Bushnell and Andrew Jennings aligned to the National Curriculum. Each is accompanied by differentiated activities and answers to boost retrieval skills and help pupils become fully fledged Comprehension Ninjas! Ideal for KS2 SATs practice, the reading texts are high-quality and rich in vocabulary. They cover a wide variety of genres including historical fiction, sci-fi, contemporary stories, adventure, traditional tales and poetry. If you're searching for engaging resources to help pupils practise comprehension strategies and question types such as skim and scan, true or false, draw and label, find and copy, fill in the gap, sequencing and multiple choice, Comprehension Ninja for Ages 8-9: Fiction & Poetry is the book for you. For more must-have Ninja books, check out the Vocabulary Ninja and Comprehension Ninja classroom and home learning resources. Please note that the PDF eBook version of this book cannot be printed or saved in any other format. It is intended for use on interactive whiteboards and projectors only.
is this White Shark exactly? ... Wang Guomin said, "However, this person has a fatal weakness, that is, he is shy. ... However, for some reason, the White Shark felt extremely shy towards the daughter of the boss of a business company.
Author: Wo ChiBaoMiHua
When Diaosi Shangliang was separated by his girlfriend, he got a system possession and from then on embarked on a 'disheartened' counterattack.
SEAL WALT make someone feel confident RESOURCES SC: I know why some people are shy/I know ways to make someone feel more confident Say no to bullying Discuss WALT and success criteria. Shaun the shy shark by Neil Griffiths Read Shaun ...
Author: Andrew Moffatt
The new Ofsted framework evaluates the behaviour and safety of pupils at the school. This resource provides over 100 lesson plans promoting: recognition of different emotions and behaviours; practice in responding to those different emotions and behaviours; good behaviour towards, and respect for, other young people and adults. Each lesson plan is linked to a children's book and references SEAL. Lessons can support Literacy, PSHE and citizenship. Lesson plans are bracketed into year groups and five or six-week modules that give schools the opportunity to deliver specific projects on anti-bullying / safeguarding, pupil voice and transition. There are also modules covering emotions such as anger, loneliness, excitement, jealousy, kindness, pride and confidence. This is a comprehensive, accessible and invaluable tool for every classroom.
Another reef shark, the blacktip, is considered a shy shark . Divers can tell if it feels threatened, though, because it will form an S shape with its body and roll from side to side before striking . Rocks, Plants, or Animals?
Author: Cynthia Stierle
Publisher: Silver Dolphin Books
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction
With Animal Adventures: Sharks, kids can go on an amazing journey to encounter the fantastic creatures that prowl the ocean. Animal Adventures: Sharks takes you beneath the ocean’s surface to meet the many sharks that lurk in the depths. Have fun while learning, meet the sharks—large and small, gentle and fierce—through colorful illustrations and fascinating facts, and then build a diorama. Everything you need to explore the ocean is right here. This unique set with a lenticular cover includes a book full of colorful illustrations and intriguing facts about sharks, plus 3-D animal models and a diorama with reusable stickers. Journey to all the world’s oceans to learn everything you need to know about these mysterious creatures. Animal Adventures: Sharks offers a unique learning experience as you meet wild and exotic animals face-to-face!
The stories are accompanied by fun and humourous illustrations which really engage young children.
Author: Katie Woolley
Publisher: Franklin Watts
Shark wants to get up in front of the class during show and tell but he feels a bit shy. Is there anything he can do to feel better? A book for sharing with young children as they begin to understand their big feelings and emotions.
Nevertheless they have this in common they're both sharks...is by thus are understood creatures that are shy and ... she was reminded of whatitfeltlike to have them bumping and boringfirst inherwomb, thenather breast Miriamthought.
Author: Will Self
Publisher: Grove/Atlantic, Inc.
May 4th, 1970. A week earlier President Nixon has ordered American ground forces into Cambodia to pursue the Vietcong. By the end of the day four students will be shot dead by the National Guards in the grounds of Kent State University. On the other side of the Atlantic, it's a brilliant sunny morning after an April of heavy rain, and at the "Concept House" therapeutic community he has set up in the London suburb of Willesden, maverick psychiatrist Dr Zack Busner has been tricked into joining a decidedly ill advised LSD trip with several of its disturbed residents. Five years later, sitting in a nearby cinema watching Steven Spielberg's Jaws, Busner realizes the true nature of the events that transpired on that dread-soaked day, when a survivor of the worst disaster in the US Navy's history - the sinking of the USS Indianapolis - came face-to-face with the British Royal Air Force observer on the Enola Gay's mission to bomb Hiroshima. Set a year before the action of his Booker-shortlisted Umbrella, Will Self's new novel Shark continues its exploration of the complex relationship between human psychopathology and human technological progress; and like Umbrella, weaves together multiple narratives across several decades of the twentieth century to produce a fiendish tapestry depicting the state we're trapped in.
“Well, I like them more than I like feeling this. ... I want you to look for someone who seems like maybe not a shark. ... or maybe she seems shy and that feels easy; maybe she has Chocolate's kindness or my loud laugh.
Author: Sarah Moon
Publisher: Scholastic Inc.
Category: Juvenile Fiction
The story of a sensitive, gifted African American girl who tells us with mordant humor what it feels like to spend every day wishing so hard that you could fly away from it all
Unfortunately, it appears the local “swamp donkeys,” as Mike affectionately refers to them, are feeling shy, ... he de- cides instead to wander the meadow in the long late-af- ternoon shadows cast by Mount Shark and Shark Ridge.
Author: Jamey Glasnovic
Publisher: Rocky Mountain Books Ltd
For many people, moving to a mountain town is the realization of a dream, the final step in a pilgrimage to a relaxed lifestyle in a rugged and beautiful setting. After a long journey that began when he was a teenager in the 1980s with the vague idea there might be a better life somewhere “out west,” Jamey Glasnovic eventually fled the chaos and stress of the big city and tried to settle into an uncomplicated Rocky Mountain existence. Canmore, Alberta, a small community nestled in a picturesque valley situated right at the edge of Banff National Park, should have been the perfect end to his searching. A rapidly growing town emerging on the tourism radar can strain anyone’s definition of paradise, however, and Lost and Found is Glasnovic’s account of his attempt, in the fall of 2008, to recapture the simple wonders of living on the boundaries of a vast wilderness. A spirited amble by bicycle and on foot, inspired by the work of Bill Bryson, Lost and Found explores the heart of the Rocky Mountain Parks, a UNESCO World Heritage Site known for its staggering beauty, and examines the consequences of celebrating that beauty too effectively with mass tourism and over-ambitious development. Eschewing the convenience of motorized transportation, Glasnovic earns every kilometre that passes beneath his feet, and along the way he learns a thing or two about feeling profoundly connected to place. An experience some would describe as being home.