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- And Tango Makes Three (Classic Board Books)
- Activity 3: Story - Tango's Family
- Diverse picture books: And Tango Makes Three
And Tango Makes Three (Classic Board Books)
Before reading ask students to think about: what families have in common and whether animals live in families. Initiated by Queensland Round Dance As. The FBI steps in to investigate, and Teddy is happy to leave the job in their supposedly capable hands. One day Mr. After reading, challenge students with the egg activity included in the book.
Activity 3: Story - Tango's Family
Preinstructional Planning. During Instruction. Post Instructional. Make copies of the page toward the end of the book that features a series of eggs. The text at the bottom reads, "Suddenly a tiny hole appeared in the egg's shell. And then
With an OverDrive account, you can save your favorite libraries for at-a-glance information about availability. Find out more about OverDrive accounts. Justin Richardson. Roy and Silo are just like the other penguin couples at the zoo - they bow to each other, walk together and swim together. But Roy and Silo are a little bit different - they're both boys. Then, one day, when Mr Gramzay the zookeeper finds them trying to hatch astone, he realises that it may be time for Roy and Silo to become parents for real.
Diverse picture books: And Tango Makes Three
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A copy of story, "A Penguin Family". Gather the group. Invite children to sit comfortably to hear a story about Tango, her parents, and how they became a family.
And Tango Makes Three is a picture book based on the true story of two male penguins at the Central Park Zoo who raised a chick together. Published in , the book has been consistently challenged for years. Were you surprised to learn that this book had been challenged? Any book that has any type of social situation where it might be different than your own has the potential to be challenged. Why did you want to teach it? One of our main standards in second grade is creating a community. When these students go out in the world — especially in Columbus, which is a big city — they are going to be surrounded with all different types of people.