A Mink, a Fink, a Skating Rink: What Is a Noun?

A Mink a Fink a Skating Rink What Is a Noun What is a noun It s easier to show than explain and this book is brimming with examples Author Brian Cleary and illustrator Jenya Promitsky creatively clarify the concept of nouns for young readers No

  • Title: A Mink, a Fink, a Skating Rink: What Is a Noun?
  • Author: Brian P. Cleary Jenya Prosmitsky
  • ISBN: 9781575054025
  • Page: 463
  • Format: Hardcover
  • What is a noun It s easier to show than explain and this book is brimming with examples Author Brian Cleary and illustrator Jenya Promitsky creatively clarify the concept of nouns for young readers Nouns are printed in color for easy identification, and the playful rhymes and illustrations combine to highlight key words.

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    1. Brian P. Cleary Jenya Prosmitsky Is a well-known author, some of his books are a fascination for readers like in the A Mink, a Fink, a Skating Rink: What Is a Noun? book, this is one of the most wanted Brian P. Cleary Jenya Prosmitsky author readers around the world.

    2. We really enjoy the books by Brian P. Cleary. He makes learning fun, and this is a silly and humorous rhyming book about nouns. His books really entertain children while teaching them basic concepts; our girls really like them. The illustrations are cartoony and cute, too - we love the cats.We've read several of the books in the Words are CATegorical series and we've really enjoyed them. We will certainly look for more books by this author at our local library.

    3. Brian Cleary is a genius at writing these funny, well-illustrated rhymes about the parts of speech. I believe he has a new series about nutrition as well. My boys love, love, love these silly but educational books.

    4. Cleary, Brian P. A Mink, a Fink, a Skating Rink: What is a Noun?. Carolrhoda Books, Inc unnumbered pages. Picture book, concept book.Description: Children are introduced to nouns through a rhyming list of examples. The actual definition is never given, but the reader is asked to infer the definition.A Mink teaches kids about nouns by incorporating them in wild, Dr. Seuss-like rhymes. The bright colored-pencil illustrations provide all sorts of outrageous scenes for nouns to be drawn from. As for [...]

    5. Entertaining "parts of speech" lesson! My niece liked this quite a bit, which is great, because I think it's targeted at kids in middle elementary school grades. She got it. I liked it too. While I know what a noun is, and what a verb is, I don't know what all of the other parts of speech are, and I'm pretty sure that if I would have had a book like this as a child, I'd know those things! This was entertaining for its text and its illustrations, and teachers and parents could really take this bo [...]

    6. This book talks about nouns (and I had to define both mink and fink for the kids). Just as fun as the verb book. I love that the nouns are a different color and the pictures are lots of fun.Same 2-page spread at the end for kids to find their own nouns. I highly recommend this series. I think it's great for kids of all ages. My 3-yr-old understood a lot of it and so did my 6 and 9-yr-olds.

    7. This is a part of a great series of rhyming books!!! Loved this book about nouns. It makes for a good read for students who are grasping the different parts of grammar. The pictures are colorful and intricately drawn. This book could serve as a good lead in to a writing lesson using nouns. Really enjoyed the series!

    8. The book by Brian Cleary offers the readers an understand of what a noun is. This simple yet educational text is wonderful. The bold and bright illustrations will catch the readers eye.Grades K-2Spelling ~ Vocab test on nouns.L.A. ~ Write about their favorite nouns . person/place/thing

    9. Excellent book to use when teaching about nouns.Funny and silly scenarios that will have students LOL.Great illustrations & lots of rhyming words.Teaches students how to identify nouns (proper & common nouns)Good for teaching poetry.Uses a lot of word-family words too.

    10. Reading Level: primaryThis is a great introduction for teaching students nouns. It gives several examples of what a noun is, including commona and proper nouns. The illustrations are funny and will capture a young reader's attention.

    11. This book is great to use when teaching lesson on nouns. The books does a well job illustrating the different places, names and people to show that they are all nouns! Graces 1-3.

    12. A great book with many nouns. The text lists all types of nouns from person/place/thing, to proper nouns. A nice rhyming text to make the book fun and flow.

    13. This is part of a series on the parts of speech. Lots of cute illustrations are in this book along with some interesting nouns. Kids will find this more interesting than a lecture on what nouns are.

    14. Picked this up at a thrift store. It's a delightful rhyming read. Now my 4 week old knows her nouns!!!

    15. A Mink, a Fink, a Skating Rink: What is a Noun? by Brian P. Clearly is a great book when teaching nouns! This is one book out of a series; a title of another book in that series is, A Lime, a Mime, a Pool of Slime by Brian P. Clearly. The illustrations are very engaging and busy, there is typically a lot on each page, your eyes don’t know where to look first! When I first looked at the illustrations, I thought about how it initiates your imagination, because it almost seems like there are endl [...]

    16. I love a good book. I especially love one that teaches the kids a lesson. I received this book to help the kids have fun with Nouns. One of the kids are starting to learn about nouns and I thought this would be a fun book. While it is a fun book, I did have some troubles. This book was a more of a book of words. Page after page, the kids read about nouns. While it was fun for them to read single words with adorable illustrations, the actual lessons were not so clear. Not all of the kids realized [...]

    17. I don’t know why I always assume I won’t enjoy books in a series like this one. It is a fun read and my five year old has come back to it again and again. During free time. When he could have been playing with toys or just generally running wild 😂. I credit the illustrator a great deal. I also credit the author with being conscious of the inclusion of humor. Easy to recommend this selection.

    18. I love Brian Cleary's books. He truly knows how to educate children with different forms of speech. He is by far one of my favorite authors. He knows how to keep children engage in their readings. I am also a huge fan of the bright, and colorful illustrations.

    19. A wonderful introduction to Nouns in Brian Clearly style: all fun, all rhyme, all the time.Thoroughly enjoyed, makes grammar fun.

    20. A fun way to introduce nouns to younger students.1. Students began to creating their own nouns2. Nouns3. Parts of speech

    21. As with all the others in this series, I got these to share with my children as a fun and cute way to discuss language and have not been disappointed. They are cute and engaging for kids.

    22. It might be a good review after you've introduced nouns. It goes over people places, things and proper nouns.The pictures are entertaining. It's a very busy book.

    23. Personal Reaction: I liked how this book all rhymed and had bright pages. I think that younger students would really be attracted to this book because of those aspects, which in turn can help to keep their interest in learning about what is a noun.Read Aloud: I would read this to introduce a language arts lesson on writing. I would use this in a first grade class or even at a second grade level when they are reviewing nouns. After reading this book I would ask what they think makes a noun a noun [...]

    24. Personal Reaction: I really thought this book was well done and a good illustration of how to define a Noun so that children would understand it. This book is part of a collection of books about different parts of speech and I believe all of them would be a good way of informing children what they all mean. Purpose in the classroom:-read aloud for curriculum connection-----This is a good book to use for understand the part of speech, "noun."-----The book is filled with words and words of nouns t [...]

    25. Full review at: unleashingreaders/?p=2895Teaching parts of speech is one of the hardest things to teach students, and it is even harder to teach them in a fun and interesting way. These books make it so that both of these things are possible. I like that each of the books focuses on only one part of speech instead of trying to teach multiple grammatical concepts thus making the chance of mastery much more likely. I also found the rhyming and silliness of the books just so endearing, and it would [...]

    26. What is a noun? How do you help early learners grasp this concept? With brightly colored words that tie to the illustrations and clever rhymes! The rhythm of the story varies allowing the reader to speed up or slow down. After a mix of nouns and examples, the author revisits the essential questions, do you know what a noun is? To me, this author has a distinctly playful voice that engages the student in a grammar lesson without them realizing it. In helping to teach writing, I will take with me [...]

    27. 1. This book is a great way to show noun use. It highlights the nouns on each page, while being creative with the words. At the beginning of the book is tells the students what a noun is. Great book for an english lesson. 2. I would use this ro foster writing by shows how creative the words can be and writing can be silly when we want it to be. Writing does not always have to be about something serious or true.

    28. A fun introduction to the concept of a noun for early elementary-aged children, this book's strengths are the rhymes and the fact that all nouns in the text are in a colored font, making it easy to spot them. The weakness is that it never gets beyond nouns that name people, places or things, which I think most children grasp easily, to nouns that represent ideas or feelings, which is where children stumble.

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