Giant Jelly Bean Jar Puffin Easy To Read Level 2 eBook

Giant Jelly Bean Jar Puffin Easy To Read Level 2 eBook

Giant Jelly Bean Jar Puffin Easy To Read Level 2 [Reading] ➿ Giant Jelly Bean Jar Puffin Easy To Read Level 2 ➶ Marcie Aboff – Larringtonlifecoaching.co.uk Ben loves jelly beans and every week he goes to Jo Jo's Jelly Bean Shop hoping to guess the riddle that will win him a whole jar full of them He always knows the answer to the riddle but he has never Bean Jar PDF/EPUB ç Ben loves jelly beans and every week he goes to Jo Jo's Jelly Bean Shop hoping to guess the riddle that will win him a whole jar full of them He always knows the answer to the riddle but he has never won the prize It's hard to speak out Jelly Bean Jar Puffin Easy Kindle - loud in front of Giant Jelly PDF \ so many people but with a little help from his sister Ben finally learns to say what he's thinking.


9 thoughts on “Giant Jelly Bean Jar Puffin Easy To Read Level 2

  1. Savannah Savannah says:

    Title The Giant Jelly Bean JarAuthor Marcie AboffIllustrator Paige Billin FryeGenre Easy readerThemes Jelly beans public speaking riddlesOpening linesentence “Ben loved jelly beans”Brief Book Summary Every week Jo Jo’s Jelly Bean Shop has a new riddle for the kids to solve The winner receives a big jar of jelly beans Ben is a shy boy and speaking up in front of everyone is hard for him but he always knows the answers to the riddles This simple story follows Ben though his public speaking journey and attempts to win the big jar of jelly bans Professional RecommendationReview #1The Horn Book Guide OnlineK 3 Illustrated by Paige Billin Frye Ben is shy about answering riddles at the local candy store but with his sister's help one Saturday he is brave enough to raise his hand answer a riddle and win a jar of jelly beans The book has an appealing subject and an accessible writing style and the illustrations are cheery Professional RecommendationReview #2Susan Hepler PhD Children's LiteratureBen wants to win the weekly contest at Jo Jo's jellybean shop and take home the jar of free jellybeans But he is too shy does not speak up and hardly raises his hand even though the answers to the riddles are easy banana pizza and so forth Finally Ben gets up his courage and when Jo Jo says the riddle he raises his hand high even jumping up but when he is called on he has forgotten the answer It is his sister who jogs his memory by stomping on his foot to which he says Oh nuts before remembering the answer is peanut butter The gentle humor the multicultural neighborhood that gathers weekly at the jellybean giveaway the easy to answer riddle and the sweet sibling relationship make this one new readers will enjoyResponse to Two Professional ReviewsBoth reviews bring up different positive points that the book has to offer gentle humor a multicultural neighborhood cheery illustrations etc I agree that this book offers positive literary experiences than negative experiences for a young reader Evaluation of Literary ElementsAlthough short this book was definitely sweet The simple plot followed by the bright colorful illustrations makes this story a great easy reader book The writing style was simple enough for young readers to follow along with and the appearance of humor throughout the story is an added bonus Consideration of Instructional ApplicationI would love to incorporate this story into a math lesson where we use jellybeans to countadd Jellybeans could also be given to each student and each colored jellybean would stand for a uestion about the story The student would answer the uestion that corresponds to their jellybean This could also be used in other ways too For example each color could stand for a different writing prompt or a different class challenge


  2. Brandy Reed Brandy Reed says:

    Growing up children are often shy when they are around other people Even though they might usually be loud and adventurous other kids can make them self conscience or even embarrassed This specific struggle comes into place during The Giant Jelly Bean Jar written by Marcie Aboff The beginning of the story introduces two characters Ben and Jill who are siblings Every week they love to go down to Jo Jo’s Jelly Bean Shop and look at all the different flavors that are offered Each time they go there is a contest where the kids try to figure out one of Jo Jo’s riddles Whoever raises their hand and shouts the correct answer is given a whole jar of jelly beans Every time Ben goes he knows the answer to the weekly riddle Unfortunately he is extremely shy and is never able to speak loud enough when it comes time to answer the uestion It is not until his sister Jill helps encourage him is he able to answer the riddle proudly and receive a jar Throughout The Giant Jelly Bean Jar there many literary devices that help contribute to strong character development and the overall theme I loved the fact that instead of the main character being this bold outrageous and confident character Marcie Aboff took the idea of having the main character struggle to find his way Ben is faced with the conflict of character vs character every week as he tries to win the jar or jelly beans All of his friends and classmates that would also go to Jo Jo’s shop make fun of him and tell him he’s too shy to ever win anything As readers we get to see Ben rise above the teasing he receives which develops his character The style and tone of the book was still light hearted but brought a blanched conflict to the overall portrayal of the book The struggles were resolved which created an impactful ending The color scheme and page layout also brought a great element to the story as well The jelly bean shop was filled with bright yellows reds and purples that brought a cheery and childish atmosphere to the storyline Overall The Giant Jelly Bean Jar was an excellent read I loved being along for the ride as Ben struggled to rise about others making fun of him He kept trying to become braver and eventually succeeded This children’s book was an easy read that taught a lesson while being enjoyable


  3. Chinyleu Nwokolo Chinyleu Nwokolo says:

    This colorful book is about a shy little boy called Ben who wanted to win a jar of jelly beans but did not because he was nervous about speaking up Big sister to the rescue encouraged him and at last he won the greatest jar An easy read fpr kids reading on their own Vivid colors that keep the kids turning the pagesAboff M Billin FryeP 2004 The Giant Jelly Bean Jar New York NY Penguin group


  4. Sweet& Sweet& says:

    Ben and Jill go to the Jelly Bean store every week to try to win a jar full of jelly beans The owner Jo Jo gives a riddle each week and picks a child to answer The winner gets the jar of jelly beans Only problem is Ben is too shy to answer His big sister Jill helps give him the confidence to put his hand up to answer We really enjoyed this story I read it aloud to my little ones


  5. Katherine Katherine says:

    This is a fun read aloud for students In the story the jelly bean shop owner gives clues about the mystery flavors of the jelly beans Students can make predictions about what the flavors of the jelly beans will be after hearing the clues One could even add an extension lesson after the story where students could estimate the number of jelly beans placed in a jar and then count them


  6. Christy Christy says:

    Ben loves jelly beans and every week he goes to Jo Jo's Jelly Bean Shop hoping to guess the riddle that will win him a whole jar full of them He always knows the answer to the riddle but he has never won the prize It's hard to speak out loud in front of so many people but with a little help from his sister Ben finally learns to say what he's thinking


  7. Bella Cassese Bella Cassese says:

    smart and sad


  8. Beverly Beverly says:

    Cute story made me laugh For about 2nd or 3rd grade readers


  9. Lisa Lisa says:

    It's a pretty good bookI'm not sure why Ben would say OH NUTS when his sister stomped on his foot I wonder what Ben's favorite jelly bean flavor is


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