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Will You Play With Us? (Read Me First Series)

by Margaret Yatsevitch Phinney

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This book tells that two boys invite other friends to play with them in different activities: play in the yard, climb up the trees, swing on the swings, skate down the hill, race, sleep in the tent. It gives lots of information that kids can do in their free time, and the story is nice to read. This predictable book is good for kinder garden readers to read. ( )
  CNKE94297 | Feb 17, 2017 |
"Will you play with me?" book is about kids who invite more and more of their friends as they do different kind of activity each day. I like this book because it fun to read when it full of positive traits reveal in each character and I will use it in my teaching because it help those beginner reader memorize some of the repeat words. It is suitable for first through third graders.
  HsaRay | Feb 9, 2017 |
Will You Play With Us? is about several boys, who one by one, invite other children to play with them.

I liked this book because of the lesson it teaches children. Including others is an important lesson for children to learn.

The ages/grade levels I would use this book for are 3-6/preschool-1st grade.
  awanalex | Dec 10, 2013 |
Children who invite each other one by one to play ...
Age: 3-6
Source: Pierce County Library
  ArianaCeras | Nov 18, 2013 |
It is interesting that after the discussion in my children literature class, we think that this book does include some multi-cultural elements in it. The illustration includes many different characters in the book.
It is a easy read, and some basic vocabulary for children to practice.
It is a good read for 1st to 2nd grade. ( )
  ChengYenLee | Nov 18, 2013 |
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Throughout the day several boys invite other boys, one by one, to join them in play, and by evening they all fall asleep exhausted in a heap.

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