Published March 2001
by Tandem Library .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Format||School & Library Binding|
In the dense, green Amazon rain forest, a man has come to chop down a great Kapok tree. When he lies down to rest, the creatures that inhabit the tree and the surrounding forest come to whisper in his ear, each in its own fashion begging him to spare their home. "You see, all living things depend on one another," buzzes the bee. a kapok tree. all the animals dont want the sir to cut the kapok tree. The Great Kapok Tree Once upon a time there was a man who was going to cut dow. The Great Kapok Tree by OrrHeron7 views. the great kapok tree by mrstwalker views. The great kapok tree a tale of the by JudiNighten views. Kapok by Nor Nadiah views. Rainforest Ppp by Kim views. Rainforest habitat by anna views. Share SlideShare. Show related SlideShares at end. These post-reading activities for The Great Kapok Tree allow students to share their understanding of the characters, plots, and settings of the book. They have opportunities to write, draw, and perform based on what they've learned.
The Great Kapok Tree is a gorgeous living book that beautifully tells the story of a tropical rainforest while emphasizing the importance of conservation in ways that even the youngest learners will appreciate. This book speaks to everyone and will spark discussion with learners ranging from K/5(). The Great Kapok Tree: A Tale of the Amazon Rain Forest by Lynne Cherry - book, teaching resources, story, cards, mat, sequencing, primary resources, play, Early Years (EYFS), KS1 & . The Great Kapok Tree. In the Amazon Rainforest, a man is chopping down a great Kapok tree. Exhausted from his labours, he puts down his axe and rests. As he sleeps, the animals who live in the tree plead with him not to destroy their world. The Great Kapok Tree. Author/Illustrator: Lynne Cherry ISBN: X Level 3 unit by Celia Hartmann and Ami Brainerd Lapbook printables by Jimmie and Ami. Click the preview button to check out the unit study. Click the download button and then print it when you're ready to use it!
The author and artist Lynne Cherry journeyed deep into the rain forests of Brazil to write and illustrate her gorgeous picture book The Great Kapok Tree: A Tale of the Amazon Rain Forest (). One day, a man exhausts himself trying to chop down a giant kapok tree. While he sleeps, the forest's residents, including a child from the Yanomamo tribe, whisper in his ear about the importance of /5(19). In the dense, green Amazon rain forest, a man has come to chop down a great Kapok tree. When he lies down to rest, the creatures that inhabit the tree and the surrounding forest come to whisper in his ear, each in its own fashion begging him to spare their home. "You see, all living things depend on one another," buzzes the bee. A boa constrictor, monkeys, colorful birds, a small tree frog, a. Celebrate Earth Day by meeting the creatures of the rain forest with the Book Boys in this engaging, kid-friendly Scholastic Book Clubs–exclusive video inspired by The Great Kapok Tree: A Tale of the Amazon Rain Forest by Lynne Cherry. Imagine a magical, colorful, lively world filled with stunning creatures who each have incredible abilities. The lesson uses the book, The Great Kapok Tree, by Lynne Cherry, and has students complete a graphic organizer to find the main idea of each page, and then tell the main idea of the story. This is the third lesson of a set of lessons designed to teach about the main idea of a story.