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ISBN: 0613538757
Author: Michael Martchenko
Language: English
Publisher: Topeka Bindery (March 2002)
Subcategory: Kids
Rating: 4.5
Votes: 784
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Up, Up, Down is about a girl climbing up the tree. There was very silly things in the tree. The mom falls and bumps her head. They also can learn tremendously from the detailed illustrations of Michael Martchenko (who illustrates most of Munsch's works)

Up, Up, Down is about a girl climbing up the tree. They also can learn tremendously from the detailed illustrations of Michael Martchenko (who illustrates most of Munsch's works). Martchenko is a master of "kid friendly detail". After your first read aloud, your children will love pouring over the books to see what hilarious details Martchenko has included. These are present in every Martchenko/Munsch book I can recall. Each of these wonderful details are present in "Up, Up, Down!"

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She was up falls down on her Your head said out Mothers and purple don't climb up I'm not time of her death, her, she went up down under Tommy and I said out your father said the purple don't find go play outside So I don't want outside the tree Tree when he went up falls down on. your bottom and I said out Look the next time she was very kurt book

9 Total Resources 50 Books Name Pronunciation.

9 Total Resources 50 Books Name Pronunciation. Meet-the-Author Movie. Our Original Resources 3. Michael Martchenko reads from Boy Soup. Created by TeachingBooks. Books by Michael Martchenko 50. Sort by. Number of Resources Number of Awards Book Title Year Published Word Count Reading Level: ATOS® Reading Level: Lexile®. Browse books by Michael Martchenko. The Paper Bag Princess. by Robert Munsch and Michael Martchenko.

Illustrated by Michael Martchenko. UP-UP-DOWN started as a finger play that I used with children in a program for 2 and 3 year old kids. Published by North Winds Press, 2001. All it was in the beginning was a game where I would go: up-up-up-up-up-up- faaaaaalllllll DOWN, while I raised my hands and then fell down. The kids imitated me and loved the game. Later I started to insert this game into stories about climbing and finally the whole thing settled down into the UP-UP-DOWN story in its present state.

Up, Up, Down Robert Munsch 043998439988155 Up, Up, Down. Up, Up, Down by Robert Munsch, illustrated by Michael Martchenko. Excellent book for teaching about high and low pitches. What others are saying.

Born in Carcassonne, France, Michael moved to Canada when he was seven, where he graduated from the Ontario College of Art. His early interest in drawing became apparent when he began creating his own depictions of his favourite comic books.

Michael Martchenko is a Canadian illustrator and author. He is mostly known for his collaboration with an author Robert Munsch whose humorous stories for children he has illustrated. Martchenko has also authored several own books. The start of Michael Martchenko’s career can be counted from his service in advertising. Upon his graduation in 1966, Michael found a job in Spitzer, Mills and Bates Advertising Company where he had served as an art director for three years. Then, he occupied a similar post at Needham, Harper & Steers agency staying there for a year.

Best-selling author and illustrator Robert Munsch and Michael Martchenko team up to create this comical adventure about an energetic little girl named Anna who loves to climb! Anna ignores her mother's constant earning to "Be careful! Don't climb!," even after she falls down from scaling the refrigerator and the side of the house.

Comments:

Duktilar
I use it in my music class to teach mallet technique to my kindergartners and first graders. Cute story.
Anarus
If you like Munsch, you know to expect a story of extremes and silliness. I have no idea why this book seems to be the favorite of my 4-year-old grandson, but he LOVES this one.
IWantYou
Perfect for my music classroom.
Jaberini
In perfect condition apart from someone had written a child's name on the front. I wasn't expecting perfect as I couldn't get a brand new one. So I'm very pleased with the condition I'll just put a cute sticker over the name with my daughters name on.
Hugifyn
I think the book of Up, Up,Down was a very fantastic book because it was really funny and had funny characters. My favorite part of the story was when Anna's mom and dad could not climb the tree then they both fell down on the ground and it was really funny when they fell down. The funniest part was when Anna said I'm the queen of the castle mommy is a dirty rascal. My favorite character was Anaa because she is really funny and when she climbs then falls back down and it's really funny to me. I think the pictures were really beautiful and funny just looking at it. The book made me think about not to climb with out my parents permeation. I recommend children in school to read this book of Up, Up, Down.
Kadar
Up, Up, Down is about a girl climbing up the tree. There was very silly things in the tree. The mom falls and bumps her head. hehehehehe! The same thing happens to the dad. He almost got it! hehehehe! The kids bring humongous band-aids so the parents can't walk talk or hold the kids or take their clothes off!!!! I like it because it is so funny. My favorite part was when the kids brought the big band-aids and they were wrapped around. I like all Robert Munsch books!
Dagdatus
I am going to type this review both as a Early Literacy Educator and as a mother of 3 young children.

Robert Munsch once again reminds us that "the love of reading" must proceed the "skills of reading". The greatest part of every school year is our Robert Munsch author study. Utilizing his stories for read alouds, children are automatically engaged within a text that literaly keeps them leaning forward, wanting to hear more. The literary devices employed by this master author are vast. An extensive use of onamatapoeia (sound words like "crunch" and "bang"), repetative phrasing, climactic writing (including entertaining characters, amusing plots, problems that grow and grow before they are resolved and terrific vocabulary choice) name a few of those devices.

The springboard from a Robert Munsch read aloud to creative writing is virtually seamless. Having just been inspired by so many aspects of literature, a teacher may choose one as a "teacing point" for writing that day. As he or she composes a new creative story on chart paper or overhead (or adds to his/her existing story), the students look on. The teacher can seek to add the "Robert Munsch teaching point" for that day to her piece via original draft or revision.

As students move to their own compositions, they often seek to experiment with these same literary devices so their "published class work" will show many "Munschisms".

Children are thrilled to learn that Robert Munsch receives most of the ideas for his work from letters he receives from children. He then dedicates the book to the child who provided the idea and names the main character for them.

Each year. my students have decided to write letters to Mr. Munsch with their ideas hoping to "star" in a book.

They also can learn tremendously from the detailed illustrations of Michael Martchenko (who illustrates most of Munsch's works). Martchenko is a master of "kid friendly detail". After your first read aloud, your children will love pouring over the books to see what hilarious details Martchenko has included.

The favorite search is often for drawings of other Munsch titles within a book. These are present in every Martchenko/Munsch book I can recall.

Each of these wonderful details are present in "Up, Up, Down!"

Add an enthusiastic reader and you have a virtual theatre in your classroom!

The Robert Munsch books in our collection take the most abuse. I think the greatest compliment a children's author could receive is that his/her books are the most crumpled in the house or classroom!

Your children will return time and time again to these favorites. And, unlike MANY others, you will not tire of reading them!!

As parents and teachers on budgets, we also appreciate that Robert Munsch has paperbacked his books. He also maintans a website where children can hear Mr. Munsch read his own titles to them.

Shannon Randolph... educator... mom
This book is funny and interesting. The little girl's name is Anna. She kept climbing things in the house and her mom and dad kept saying, "Anna be careful. don't climb." My favorite character is Anna because she is funny and sometimes it reminds me of myself when my parents use to tell me not to climb when I was a kid. My favorite part was when Anna climbed a big tree outside. Her parents told Anna to get down, but she said NO!!! The funniest parts in the book were the little animals with chainsaws and axes.