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Ann and Nan Are Anagrams: A Mixed-Up Word…
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Ann and Nan Are Anagrams: A Mixed-Up Word Dilemma

by Mark Shulman

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This book was so cute! Each page consisted of many different anagrams. Although i didn't really see much of a plot within the story, this book is cute to introduce kids to anagrams.

Teaching ideas: english lesson introducing anagrams
  aehunter | May 4, 2015 |
Nan and Ann is a fun book that plays around with anagrams on every page. The book itself does not have a developing plot besides Bert bringing something to his grandma and through his adventure he begins to spot anagrams around him. The book is carried on the anagrams that create each page. This is a great books for students to have their eyes opening to paying attentions to detail and letters in the words they use and see everyday. It makes students aware of the letters they use and how they can create their own anagrams. This would be a great book to create an activity from where students have to make their own anagrams. They could start out with just words, then a phrase, then sentences and maybe even their own short book. ( )
  crieder95 | Mar 17, 2015 |
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When Grandma Reagan introduces Robert (do not call him Bob) to the concept of anagrams, he realizes that they are everywhere--he is surrounded by word problems.

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