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Kicking a Ball

Ter allNot climbing a mountain in far Nepal or diving for pearls i. A great one for any football fans There are lots of verbs used in this book eg throw smash shoot which could be used as a focus in KS1 English This book also includes rhyme and some beautifully detailed illustrations to support The Abduction The Sa Tskir Brothers Chronicles lots of verbs used in this book eg throw smash shoot which could be used as a focus in KS1 English This book also includes rhyme and some beautifully detailed illustrations to support

CHARACTERS Kicking a Ball

N the Bay of BengalBut kicking a ball kick kick kick kicking a bal. Legendary children s book author Allan Ahlberg takes readers of all ages on a journey with Kicking a Ball a tale of a young boy who loves kicking his ball than anything in the world We see him as he grows up right through to becoming a father himself when he can teach his own child the joy of kicking a ballThis rhyming picture book is fun to read and has enough repetition for the younger ones to join in by chanting kicking a ball while still being interesting enough to keep the older children engaged Kicking a Ball is suitable for ages three and up and is skewed towards young boys but children with a love of sports and kicking a ball themselves will get the most of itRead the rest of my review on NZ Booklovers

REVIEW ☆ TOBERMOREDRIVEWAYS.CO.UK ☆ Allan Ahlberg

Kicking a ball Kicking a ball That's surely the purpose of life af. A nice book to use for children who are into football and who are struggling to get into reading the rhyme means that there s a good flow page to page It is also a good text for children to explore adjectives and adding a suffix repetition and it also could be interesting looking at better adjectives to use to describe a ball or objects of their choice


About the Author: Allan Ahlberg

Janet Ahlberg with whom he often worked Their daughter.



10 thoughts on “Kicking a Ball

  1. says:

    A nice book to use for children who are into football and who are struggling to get into reading the rhyme means that there's a good flow page

  2. says:

    Links to sport and the world how the world is a ball shape We could then follow on with planets or follow on sport and nutrition Maybe the children could write about their passion The little boys passion in the story was football the childre

  3. says:

    A good way to get some football mad students interested in ryhme by applying their interest to academic work

  4. says:

    A great one for any football fans There are lots of verbs used in this book eg throw smash shoot which could be used as a focus in KS1 English This book also includes rhyme and some beautifully detailed illustrations to support

  5. says:

    This book is ideal for children who are have an interest in football It is a good place for children who find read

  6. says:

    This book provides lots of opportunities for emphasising rhyming patterns introduction to complex language verbsadjectives

  7. says:

    The use of rhyme in this book makes the story flow in a really fun and exciting why This would mean that the book could be a good cho

  8. says:

    Legendary children’s book author Allan Ahlberg takes readers of all ages on a journey with Kicking a Ball a tale of a young boy who loves kicking his ball than anything in the world We see him as he grows up right through to becomi

  9. says:

    It’s no surprise that a story written by Allan Ahlberg is told in prefect joyous rhyme The little boy in the book likes nothing than kicking a soccer ball and he imagines that when he grows older he’ll still want to do the very sa

  10. says:

    This book is mainly about a child kicking a football and for any child who loves football would love this book This is a journey of a small boy who grows into an adult and yet he is still very passionate about kicking a ballA traditional boo

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