Swing Otto Swing! MOBI Ü Swing Otto Epub /

Swing Otto Swing! MOBI Ü Swing Otto Epub /

Swing Otto Swing! ❮PDF❯ ✬ Swing Otto Swing! ✪ Author David Milgrim – Centrumpowypadkowe.co.uk When Otto has trouble learning to swing on vines like his monkey friends, he decides to make his own swing set instead When Otto has trouble learning to swing on vines like his monkey friends, he decides to make his own swing set instead.


10 thoughts on “Swing Otto Swing!

  1. Brad Brad says:

    Of all the books we ve used to teach our kids to read the Otto they use simple words and repetition to increase young reader confidence they introduce slightly harder words to help children sound words out and they are playful enough to keep kids motivated.Of them all, Swing Otto Swing is my personal f Of all the books we ve used to teach our kids to read the Otto Pip books by David Milgrim are my favourite early reader books They teach fine lessons about perseverance and kindness without beating the children over the head with baseball bat moralizing they use simple words and repetition to increase young reader confidence they introduce slightly harder words to help children sound words out and they are playful enough to keep kids motivated.Of them all, Swing Otto Swing is my personal fave I don t know whether I love it the most because I love gerunds or because Flip and Flop, Otto s monkey friends, are so damn cute, but I love reading it with Bront and Milos and I love it evenwhen they read it to me Pick this up for your wee ones and you won t be disappointed At least I don t think you will


  2. Miloš & Brontë Miloš & Brontë says:

    Bront I loved it, and I kind of hated it Papa Why Bront Bront Wellit s just because I remember when I was getting mad, so I thought it would be good if I said like that because if I get mad I hated it but kind of loved it by the end.Papa What was your favourite part Bront When poor Otto hurt his thingee That was a sad thing for poor Otto And the next one was that I like Flip and Flop They re nice And I really like when he kept trying again And he s working hard I know that An Bront I loved it, and I kind of hated it Papa Why Bront Bront Wellit s just because I remember when I was getting mad, so I thought it would be good if I said like that because if I get mad I hated it but kind of loved it by the end.Papa What was your favourite part Bront When poor Otto hurt his thingee That was a sad thing for poor Otto And the next one was that I like Flip and Flop They re nice And I really like when he kept trying again And he s working hard I know that And the really bad part is that poor Otto had someone stand on him It s Flip Or it s Flop Flip or Flop I dunno


  3. Amy Amy says:

    This early reader, of the same ilk as the Dick and Jane books, is surprisingly funny given the economy and repetitiveness of the words This is an obvious choice for preschool or kindergarten kids, or for kids just starting to learn to read My nephew picked this one off the library shelf tonight, and he was quite pleasantly surprised with it He laughed through the book, and asked me to read it to him again UPDATE My nephew had me read this book to him yet again over the weekend, and this This early reader, of the same ilk as the Dick and Jane books, is surprisingly funny given the economy and repetitiveness of the words This is an obvious choice for preschool or kindergarten kids, or for kids just starting to learn to read My nephew picked this one off the library shelf tonight, and he was quite pleasantly surprised with it He laughed through the book, and asked me to read it to him again UPDATE My nephew had me read this book to him yet again over the weekend, and this time I tried a different approach with him We used this book to identify letters, specifically G, S, and E randomly chosen Because the words were small and repetitive, he was able to easily identify these letters He was amazed to learn that letters can show up anywhere in a word, beginning, middle, or end What a great book for taking the first steps into the world of words and reading


  4. Amanda Amanda says:

    Swing Otto Swing is a book that is an easy reader for young students This book is written with repetitive text and has a really nice flow to it The characters are monkeys and a robot name Otto that is trying to swing like the monkeys The pictures were simple, yet emotions were clearly understood through them There was a really positive attitude within the book and the characters were really very motivated This book is a great way to introduce science fiction to students that they can read t Swing Otto Swing is a book that is an easy reader for young students This book is written with repetitive text and has a really nice flow to it The characters are monkeys and a robot name Otto that is trying to swing like the monkeys The pictures were simple, yet emotions were clearly understood through them There was a really positive attitude within the book and the characters were really very motivated This book is a great way to introduce science fiction to students that they can read themselves at such a young age It leads to discussions about qualities that monkeys and robots have that may be the same or different This book would not be one to read aloud to a class, but it could be one of the first science fiction books a child reads on their own


  5. Rita Webb Rita Webb says:

    I love these early readers, written for those who only have a few words in their reading vocabulary Much like the See Jane run stories, these books are very simple, but the main character is a robot from outerspace who crash landed on earth when he ran out of gas Now he befriends the animals of the jungle.Otto tries to swing with his monkey friends Flip and Flop, but he just can t keep a hold of the vine He crashes every time His monkey friends give him lessons, but he still doesn t learn I love these early readers, written for those who only have a few words in their reading vocabulary Much like the See Jane run stories, these books are very simple, but the main character is a robot from outerspace who crash landed on earth when he ran out of gas Now he befriends the animals of the jungle.Otto tries to swing with his monkey friends Flip and Flop, but he just can t keep a hold of the vine He crashes every time His monkey friends give him lessons, but he still doesn t learn So Otto decides to find a new way to do things he builds a swing


  6. Molly Molly says:

    Early Readers are either really bad or really good, this one is good The whole Otto series is very humorous and engaging, requiring children to read not only the simple text, but to interpret the pictures as well.


  7. Red Red says:

    Our 4 year old daughter loves the Adventure of Otto series We have only read this book a few times and she is already beginning to catch onto see and knows otto on sight A great sight word series for preschoolers beginning to learn small words on sight.


  8. Steve Tetreault Steve Tetreault says:

    While I personally found this to be a pretty funny book, it s supposed to be for emerging readers, and it s a very poorly designed early reader book.


  9. Debra Debra says:

    This was listed as a Pre level 1 reader, but I noticed that the librarian put a sticker over that label and made it a level B It has a great story line and illustrations and very few words on a page, but again the words like some, again, learn and saw are not pre level 1 in my opinion.


  10. Taylor McDiffett Taylor McDiffett says:

    I did not really like this book Even though it is an early reader, I did not think it was very engaging It was a short story with very few words, but the illustrations were really well done.


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