Just a Little Bit

Just a Little Bit When an elephant and a mouse try to play on a seesaw they need help from a vast number of animal friends to balance the scales
  • Title: Just a Little Bit
  • Author: Ann Tompert Lynn Munsinger
  • ISBN: 9780395515273
  • Page: 474
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Just a Little Bit
    When an elephant and a mouse try to play on a seesaw, they need help from a vast number of animal friends to balance the scales.
    Just a Little Bit By Ann Tompert Lynn Munsinger,

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  • Without looking at other people s reviews, I m going to guess I m not the only one who thought it was odd that the lion was called a she but had a mane My husband suggested that the illustrator hadn t read the text carefully enough A bit awkward though Otherwise the idea of the book is great An elephant and mouse want to teeter totter together, so a bunch of animals join the mouse to even out the weight It made me curious about whether the weight would really be fairly accurate or if they over d [...]


  • This book is a cute story explaining to kids that every little but helps I loved how the elephant never gave up and never became discouraged about his size even when some of the other animals lost hope.


  • This was a cute book I used it during a weight measurement lesson The students 1st grade loved predicting how many animals it would take to balance out the seesaw.


  • Elephant and mouse were playing at the playground and decide to play on the seesaw But when Mouse sat on the opposite end of Elephant, nothing happened Animal friend after animal friend sit with Mouse trying to add some extra weight in order to get the seesaw to go down, but it isn t working, that is until an unlikely friend steps in at the very end No matter how small you are, every little bit counts.


  • Elephant and mouse were playing at the playground and decide to play on the seesaw But when Mouse sat on the opposite end of Elephant, nothing happened Animal friend after animal friend sit with Mouse trying to add some extra weight in order to get the seesaw to go down, but it isn t working, that is until an unlikely friend steps in at the very end No matter how small you are, every little bit counts.


  • This is another great children s book This story is about an Elephant who needs just a bit help to play Along comes a lot of animals friends to help him but at the end it takes just a teeny, tiny, bit of help I hope you love this story as much as I have


  • A clever story of how two friends need just a little bit of help to be able to seesaw together Good for exploring the idea of weight mass in math.


  • 2 BRIEF REVIEWEntertaining children s fiction book, I believe students would truly enjoy reading this book To get them excited, the teacher can ask them what their favorite park recreation is was swings, slide, monkey bars See saw etc After reading the book children will feel inspired not to take things for granted This is a meaningful book and I would recommend it to all teachers because it teaches children that every bit counts no matter the size or amount 3 CONTENT AREASI would use this book [...]


  • Best for kids ages 4 and upEarly Literacy Skills Print Motivation, Narrative SkillsFrom cover One day in the park, Elephant and Mouse decided to try the seesaw But when Elephant sits on the down side of the seesaw and Mouse climbs to the very edge of the up side, nothing happens It seems that they need some help So one by one their friends lend their efforts, and at the last minute Elephant and Mouse get just that little extra but of help they need Fun illustrations that match the whimsical tale [...]


  • This book definitely showed what can happen when everyone helps, even those who are small I loved this storyline because of the friendship shown and how everyone work together so that even the elephant could play on the sea saw I think the repeptition in the book is great for children learning to read as well as the different animal names given along with showing them in the illustrations for context clue if the word is a little tricky.


  • This book is about friendship and measurement I can use this book as a read aloud In this boo I can teach how friends can be diverse and how students do not have to be friends with someone that looks like themselves Also I could use this book to introduce a lesson on measurement, weight and balance scales We could have a hands on project where the students have to estimate how many chips could be used to balance out the objec I provide for the students.


  • I get tired of books with this much repetitiveness And I wouldn t even really mention that being as how I didn t exactly read this for my own enjoyment but my five year old daughter gets tired of it too She s a little mature for her age but to be honest she s not exactly reading Jane Austen So for her to be bored with this shows me that far too many books are strolling along this path.


  • Hidden curriculum teamwork diversityMath concepts introduced weight mass light vs heavy balance Have a home made swing balance a bag full of marbles introduce and lessStudents in the 1st 2nd grade would benefit the most.rhaps even introduced in kindergarten.


  • This book was so fun to read to my kids when they were little, and I still love this book It shows just how everyone can help no matter what size they are The illustrations are so funny and are a wonderful addition to the story.


  • What a charming story showing us all how just one small person can make a difference and if we all work together wonderful things can happen



  • An elephant and a mouse want to seesaw Animals need to be added to the I help the elephant go downA tiny fly finally is enoughEverything one is important




  • 1 Weight2 Mass3 Force4 Great read aloud5 Make predictions about how different animals will work on the seesaw




  • Very good book on teamwork I like how they show various sizes of animals To me it represented the various cultures and backgrounds we will see in our classrooms



  • Cute book that teaches kids about teamwork, that small efforts can make a difference and to be caring and empathetic towards others.


  • This is a really cute children s book My 1st grade students have really enjoyed reading the story and loved how all the animals helped elephant and mouse.They loved the repetition.


  • Really it s the drawings that make this book The story is good, but not great And I might have even said just ok, if it wasn t for the pictures.


  • wild animals, balance I love the illustrations of the animals piling on the other side of the teeter totter A great book for exploring balance, weight and gravity.


  • This would be a nice choice in introducing balancing I would use it in a measurement or weight unit We could use scales to demonstrate the ideas in the book.



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