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2 edition of Cake That Mack Ate found in the catalog.

Cake That Mack Ate

Rose Robart

Cake That Mack Ate

by Rose Robart

  • 184 Want to read
  • 4 Currently reading

Published by Tandem Library .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • General,
  • Juvenile Fiction,
  • Children"s 4-8,
  • Children"s Books/Ages 4-8 Fiction,
  • Children: Grades 1-2

  • Edition Notes

    ContributionsMaryann Kovalski (Illustrator)
    The Physical Object
    FormatSchool & Library Binding
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL9627386M
    ISBN 10061381956X
    ISBN 109780613819565

    With the same premise as Mother Goose's "This is the House That Jack Built," The Cake That Mack Ate builds on relationships and explains what goes into baking a cake in a fun, humorous st called it "a perfect pre-school read-aloud," and School Library Journal said "will delight audiences."Brand: Rose Robart. Books shelved as cake: I Will Chomp You! by Jory John, The Illuminatus! Rate this book. Clear rating. 1 of 5 stars 2 of 5 stars 3 of 5 stars 4 of 5 stars 5 of 5 stars. The Illuminatus! Trilogy (Paperback) by. Robert Shea The Cake That Mack Ate (Paperback) by. Rose Robart (shelved 3 times as cake).

      The Cake That Mack Ate With the same premise as Mother Goose's This is the House That Jack Built, The Cake That Mack Ate builds on relationships and explains what goes into baking a cake in a fun, humorous way/5(21). Nonfiction DRA2 options are available for Lev 28, 38, 40, **40 is listed 3x and 50 is listed 2x. The goal is to become a stronger/higher scorer at each assessment point and to also give the student an opportunity to be assessed in fiction and nonfiction at the 40 and/or

    4 Apr - Explore angeliceva's board "Book cakes", which is followed by people on Pinterest. See more ideas about Book cakes, Cake and Cupcake cakes pins.   I wanted the base of this cake to look like a book meaning, I wanted it to sit up off the board a bit like a lot of books do. I found a book in our collection (our much loved concordance) that was about the size I wanted for the cake. And, if you notice in the picture above, you’ll see how it sits off the table where the base/binding is.


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Cake That Mack Ate by Rose Robart Download PDF EPUB FB2

In the end, Mack is the dog who ate the whole cake. It is funny how the book is drawn out to this climax and you expect that someone has eaten the cake-but are surprised when it is a dog.

My girl loves the illustrations and while the text and story are very simple, this is a nice slow book that teaches about build up of story with a punch line/5(9). Great book to use to get students thinking about all of the things that go into making something.

Talks about all the work that went into backing a cake that mack ate. Mack is a troublesome dog. Could be used to teach sequencing.4/5. In the end, Mack is the dog who ate the whole cake. It is funny how the book is drawn out to this climax and you expect that someone has eaten the cake-but are surprised when it is a dog.

My girl loves the illustrations and while the text and story are very simple, this is a nice slow book that teaches about build up of story with a punch line/5.

In striving to enrich the lives of all readers, TeachingBooks supports the First Amendment and celebrates the right to read. Get this from a library. The cake that Mack ate. [Rose Robart; Maryann Kovalski] -- A cumulative tale relating how the cake came to be made before Mack ate it.

The Cake That Mack Ate Book Information. Title: The Cake That Mack Ate. Author: Robart, Rose. Isbn: A cumulative tale about the chain of events surrounding the making of a cake by a farmer's wife, eventually leading to its consumption in surprising circumstances.

“The food chain described - farmer, seed, corn, hen, egg, etc. - begs to be read aloud. And what about Mack, who ate the cake. He provides a surprise ending that will delight audiences, for Mack is the farmer's large, playful dog. A welcome addition to picture book collections.”.

First Book: The Cake That Mack Ate by Rose Robart. Song: “This is the way ” This is the way we mix the batter, mix the batter, mix the batter This is the way we mix the batter, when we bake a cake.

This is the way we spread the frosting, spread the frosting, spread the frosting This is the way we spread the frosting, when we bake a cake.

The Cake That Mack Ate is writer Rose Robart 's first book for children, but the pattern is immediately recognizable as a variation on the well-known nursery story The House That Jack and simplicity are the distinguishing characteristics of Robart's lighthearted tale.

Children will be familiar with the theme and will delight in the abrupt, but predictable ending to both the story.

Buy Cake That Mack Ate: Rose Robart: Paperback from Learning Links, see our free shipping offer and bulk order pricing.

This repetitive story of the cake that Mack ate is a fun way to teach about repetitiveness in writing. As well as using visualizing to let the students create what the cake looks like and WHO actually is Mack to them while their eyes are closed. 1st grade- 2nd grade/5(4). Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published.

The cake that Mack ate by Rose Robart; 7 editions; First published in ; Subjects: Picture books, Children, Cake, Dogs, Fiction. Flannel Board Story: The Cake That Mack Ate by Rose Robart.

I'm not showing you a picture because our felt pieces are pretty old and not the most beautiful. This cumulative story makes a great flannel story. When I place the pieces on the board, I place them in a circle, placing Mack (the.

A pleasant tale with a different twist, using the familiar tempo of ""The House That Jack Built."" Beginning with an egg, the brief text enumerates the elements needed to bake a cake for the farmer's birthday. But just as it is about to be enjoyed, Mack (a large, affectionate looking dog) eats it.

The final lines come quickly and appear abrupt, but they offer just the fight touch to make the. The Cake That Mack Ate Rose Robart, Author, Maryann Kovalski, Illustrator, Maryann Kovalski, With Little, Brown Books for Young Readers $ (28p) ISBN Buy this book.

The Cake That Mack Ate (Picture Book): Robart, Rose: A cumulative tale about the chain of events surrounding the making of a cake by a farmer's wife, eventually leading to.

Title: The Cake That Mack Ate Format: Picture Books Product dimensions: 24 pages, X X in Shipping dimensions: 24 pages, X X in Published: February 1, Publisher: Kids Can Press Language: English. The Cake That Mack Ate With the same premise as Mother Goose's This is the House That Jack Built, The Cake That Mack Ate builds on relationships and explains what goes into baking a cake in a fun, humorous : Little, Brown Books for Young Readers.

Optional Book or Flannel (if time): The Cake that Mack Ate – from the book by Rose Robart – the cumulative tale of what happened to the cake baked by the farmer’s wife – with a surprise ending, this silly folktale variation is a version of The House that Jack : Carol Simon Levin.

Book Introduction: (include meaning, structure, visual) Show the front cover and read the title. Who do you think Mack is. What do you think is going on. Why is there a cake.

Why do you think Mack ate it. Difficult Words/Vocabulary: candles, married, planted. Suggested Teaching Point: (refer to Behaviors to Notice and Support). The Cake That Mack Ate. Robart, Rose (Author) Kovalski, Maryann (Illustrator) Item Number: Book Information; Guided Reading Level H; Accelerated Reading Level ; Classroom Library Company, Union Blvd., Suite Saint Louis, MO .Search, watch, and cook every single Tasty recipe and video ever - all in one place!Leveled Book List Guided Reading Levels: H-M DRA: Cake that Mack Ate, The Robart,Kovalski/Little Brown H Captain Cat Hoff, Syd H Cave Boy Dubowski, Cathy East H Sleepy Book Brown, Margaret Wise H Small Pig Lobel, Arnold H File Size: KB.