Make your own potato people following reading the story book The Potato People by Pamela Allen
Who sank the boat by Pamela Allen
retell - who sank the boat - beginning, middle, end
Who sank the boat
between 5 - 6 years of age, your child should be able to put together a 5-6 part story and retell it, using pictures! Use these pictures from the 'who sank the boat' story, to encourage your child to order and retell the story!
Who sank the Boat? Maths and Literacy Pack. A Pamela Allen story made by the M&M's
Mr. McGee Pamela Allen The Library has many titles by Pamela Allen. All much loved by children.
Mr. Archimedes' Bath. A Pamela Allen classic. Pinned by http://www.wordsfromdaddysmouth.com.au
I Wish I Had a Pirate Suit! Love this! Pamela Allen is one of the truly classic (sic awesome!) children's authors!
Fancy That! By Pamela Allen. A great book to discover shapes, colours, numbers and the life cycle of chickens. It also opens up room for exploring body parts of the chicken and different breeds.
teaching volume or water displacement - i remember the teacher reading this book to us in 4th grade!
Alexander's Outing - Pamela Allen, Great to use in Science to teach children about Sinking and floating-Create your own Alexander out of certain materials and test if he floats or sinks
Studying sink and float? Who Sank the Boat? by Pamela Allen is a perfect literature connection. Follow up with this story recall page on which a student can draw and/or write her answer.
Literacy, families and learning: Author Focus: Pamela Allen, article by Trevor Cairney.
Mr. McGee and the Big Bag of Bread - Pamela Allen
sqworl | Pamela Allen - Who sank the boat
Written and illustrated by Pamela Allen after hearing a story from my mother and I can personally recognize my father as the man in the story. First published 1992
Books by Pamela Allen