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10 thoughts on “Chicks and Salsa

  1. says:

    I had a strange day where I was helping and rotating classrooms some today, and found myself with a new book and craft in a different room This is a cute book, and the students associated it with a themed unit where they completed a fun craft upon finishing It introduces some new terms, has a fun, silly premise, and is repetitive I m happy I checked it out and may use this some myself in the classroom.


  2. says:

    I added this to my to read list over a year ago when I read about what a great book this is for children Yeah, it was kind of funny but I didn t see anything exceptional about it sorry.


  3. says:

    The barnyard animals find a way to spice up their hum drum everyday food Cute story about spicing things up around the farm


  4. says:

    Chickens, ducks, and pigs find a way to spice up their traditional slop food by adding a few special ingredients The hilarious and bold watercolor illustrations really make this book come alive for me Also, this book could be a vocabulary word study text, as it has some excellent words aromas, satisfied, cuisine, enticing, pilfered, sumptuous, and savory The sneaky mice in this book bring a special element to the plot on every page, you can see that they are involved in some sort of spy work or bargaining It would be really fun to read this with a child and read in unison each time the animals shout, Ol This is one of my favorite farm themed picture books.


  5. says:

    The chickens of Nuthatcher Farm were sick of chicken feed, so the rooster stepped in to solve this problem himself The chickens along with the rooster began sneaking into the garden for tomatoes and onions to make a much exciting and satisfying meal salsa Eventually word spread and even the ducks and pigs began creating their own dish I love the humor in the book especially when the bull practices his dance for the fiesta but no one knows where he got the sombrero from I love the vividly illustrated pictures and how the recipes are included in the back This story would be great to teach sequencing and fractions using the recipes in the back.


  6. says:

    This book is about farm animals who get tired of their normal food I like using this book with my ESL students because it has repetition and many new vocabulary words It also has many dishes that my Latino students are familiar and they get excited when they read hear them Then, they always want to make a personal connection to the story as well This book can range from late primary to upper elementary because of some of the higher level vocabulary terms.


  7. says:

    So cute and quirky


  8. says:

    First sentence There were grumblings in the henhouse of Nuthatcher Farm The chickens were tired of chicken feed The rooster took it upon himself to solve this problem Mrs Nuthatcher, the farmer s wife, had started watching cooking shows in the afternoons The rooster was perched on a fence post outside the farmhouse window when he discovered the solution to his problemsalsa Premise plot Things at Nuthatcher Farm are about to get SPICY It all begins with chickens who are BORED with their chicken feed But this discontent soon spreads far and widewill the Rooster be able to keep saving the day My thoughts I absolutely LOVED this one I did It was cute and funny I loved the narration, the writing Led by the rooster, the chickens crept into the garden, where they took tomatoes and uprooted onions That night, the chickens ate chips and salsa though nobody was quite certain where the chickens got the chips The tasty tang of tomatoes and onions hung over the barnyard And the rooster said, Ol This is a treat of a book.Text 5 out of 5Illustrations 3 out of 5Total 8 out of 10


  9. says:

    After the huge success at home of the two Creepy books, I decided to see what else Aaron Reynolds had written Chicks and Salsa was one of the three books we picked up in addition to Nerdy Birdy and Dude Chicks and Salsa is a fun book to read Besides the immediate story, there is a lot going on in the background such as the mice who are selling hard to find items like chips, avocados, etc that make repeated readings fun Another aspect of this book that I enjoyed is, when each recipe is complete, the rooster strikes a pose and says Ole My four year old son and I do this as well which makes the book even fun At the end of the book, there is a twist where the rooster makes crepes and says Ooh la la with a kissing of the fingers It s a great deal of fun to watch a four year old make these poses and say these phrases


  10. says:

    Reynolds, A 2005 Chicks and Salsa New York, NY Bloomsbury Publishing The chickens where tired of their food so the rooster set out to solve the problem He gets an idea and provides them with chips and salsa This creates an effect, inspiring the other barnyard animals to try something different from guacamole to nachos This then inspired all of them to plan a fiesta only to be hit with a surprise, the humans have stolen all their ingredients Furious, the rooster sneaks into the humans kitchen and creates a new authentic mealThis book is so cute and great for a childs imagination The overall theme is the willingness to try something completely new The media within really portrays the different food types the animals eat, for example the rooster is wearing a parka I think really the only way I can implement this into my class is use it as a fun book because there really isn t any central meaning to it.


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