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Biscuit's Day at the Farm

by Alyssa Satin Capucilli

Other authors: Pat Schories (Illustrator)

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Series: I Can Read Books (My First)

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biscuit goes to a farm and learns about all the different animals on the farm and how to take care of the farm
1 book
  TUCC | Jan 19, 2017 |
BISCUIT'S DAY AT THE FARM is a cute little book at the Kindergarten level. The accelerated reading number is 0.8. Lexile: 260L.

The story is about a visit to the farm where the Biscuit and his girl are helping out. The drama comes in with a piglet that won't stay in his pen.

Here's some sample text from two pages:

We must put
the piglet back.
Woof, woof!

Let's feed the sheep, Biscuit.
Woof, woof!

Like all of the Biscuit books the drawings in this one are in soft pastels which my kids always found appealing. The text is in a LARGE font.

Besides being a practice reader this book can be used with older babies and toddlers. There are lots of farm animals to point at --pigs, chickens, goats, sheep, and geese-- as well as farm structures and equipment, like barns, pens, cages and tractors.

~ borrowed from the Library ( )
  PamFamilyLibrary | Aug 25, 2016 |
AR reading level: 0.8
  G.C.S. | Mar 16, 2016 |
This follows a little girl and her puppy's adventure on the farm. Throughout the story they meet and help different animals and Biscuit makes friends with a little piggy.

This is a great story for beginner reader's and has easy text and many sight words. ( )
  RiaO | Nov 28, 2013 |
Summary: This story is about how Biscuit found a little piglet friend during his day of working on the farm.

Person Reaction: I like this story because it shows that life can be fun even when you are working.

Classroom Extentions:
1) Discuss responsibilities/chores and ways to make them fun.
2) Draw a picture of your animals or of an animal you would like to have.
  aduckwiler | Feb 18, 2011 |
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Schories, PatIllustratormain authorsome editionsconfirmed
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0060741694, Paperback)

When Biscuit meets a little piglet, his new friend wants to follow him everywhere!

(retrieved from Amazon Thu, 12 Mar 2015 18:22:20 -0400)

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Biscuit the dog meets hens, pigs, geese, and goats while visiting a farm.

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