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All children love this traditional rhyme and singing along will help to develop number skills. Bouncy illustrations, innovative die cutting and popular rhymes make Books with Holes a must for every child. Available in three formats, suitable for babies, toddlers, pre-schoolers and the nursery or classroom. Book Details: Format: Board Book Publication Date: 9/1/2001 All children love this traditional rhyme and singing along will help to develop number skills. Bouncy illustrations, innovative die cutting and popular rhymes make Books with Holes a must for every child. Available in three formats, suitable for babies, toddlers, pre-schoolers and the nursery or classroom. Book Details: Format: Board Book Publication Date: 9/1/2001 Pages: 16 Reading Level: Age 2 and Up


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All children love this traditional rhyme and singing along will help to develop number skills. Bouncy illustrations, innovative die cutting and popular rhymes make Books with Holes a must for every child. Available in three formats, suitable for babies, toddlers, pre-schoolers and the nursery or classroom. Book Details: Format: Board Book Publication Date: 9/1/2001 All children love this traditional rhyme and singing along will help to develop number skills. Bouncy illustrations, innovative die cutting and popular rhymes make Books with Holes a must for every child. Available in three formats, suitable for babies, toddlers, pre-schoolers and the nursery or classroom. Book Details: Format: Board Book Publication Date: 9/1/2001 Pages: 16 Reading Level: Age 2 and Up

30 review for Ten Little Monkeys Jumping on the Bed

  1. 4 out of 5

    Gul

    ‘Ten Little Monkeys Jumping on the Bed’ by Tina Freeman is a fantastic traditional rhyme. This book is best suited for children between the ages of two to four. The Holes in the book are perfect for little fingers. Parents/ teachers can use this book to help teach their children their numbers from one to 10. Children will also be introduced to subtraction with this book as the number of monkeys gets smaller. The colours and pictures are fantastic and very exciting to look at. Teachers can get ch ‘Ten Little Monkeys Jumping on the Bed’ by Tina Freeman is a fantastic traditional rhyme. This book is best suited for children between the ages of two to four. The Holes in the book are perfect for little fingers. Parents/ teachers can use this book to help teach their children their numbers from one to 10. Children will also be introduced to subtraction with this book as the number of monkeys gets smaller. The colours and pictures are fantastic and very exciting to look at. Teachers can get children to dress up and really engage them when telling the story. I would definitely recommend this book for young readers.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Manihi Delgros

    Nursery rhyme This nursery rhyme will have children jumping around and singing along while learning their numbers. The concept of the large book will be very intriguing to children and the picture holes on each page will help them engage with the book. Teachers will love this book because the size will be resourceful in read aloud activities, everyone will be able to see it and the students will be able to count the monkeys on the bed. All kids learn this nursery rhyme, but this book offers it i Nursery rhyme This nursery rhyme will have children jumping around and singing along while learning their numbers. The concept of the large book will be very intriguing to children and the picture holes on each page will help them engage with the book. Teachers will love this book because the size will be resourceful in read aloud activities, everyone will be able to see it and the students will be able to count the monkeys on the bed. All kids learn this nursery rhyme, but this book offers it in a fun, creative way.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Rochelle Sondae

    Again, extra bonus points for getting to sing this with my Grandmother's youngest sister and her Grandson. I love that the Doctor gets more and more animated with each new monkey that falls out of bed. Again, extra bonus points for getting to sing this with my Grandmother's youngest sister and her Grandson. I love that the Doctor gets more and more animated with each new monkey that falls out of bed.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Tracey

    -monkeys, danger, following directions -a great read aloud -reinforces counting (backward) -discussion about effect of being reckless

  5. 5 out of 5

    Brittany

    The picture book "Ten Little Monkeys Jumping on the Bed" is a story of ten monkey children who are told to go to sleep by their mother, but disobey her by jumping on the bed after she leaves the room. The setting is the monkeys' bedroom and the narrator is omniscient. As the reader turns each page, another monkey falls off the bed and breaks his or her head. When the mother calls the doctor, the doctor tells them not to jump on the bed anymore. The monkeys do not follow the doctor's orders, and The picture book "Ten Little Monkeys Jumping on the Bed" is a story of ten monkey children who are told to go to sleep by their mother, but disobey her by jumping on the bed after she leaves the room. The setting is the monkeys' bedroom and the narrator is omniscient. As the reader turns each page, another monkey falls off the bed and breaks his or her head. When the mother calls the doctor, the doctor tells them not to jump on the bed anymore. The monkeys do not follow the doctor's orders, and continue to get hurt as a result. The story starts off with ten monkeys, and counts down to zero until there are no more monkeys jumping on the bed because they are all injured. A theme and lesson of this story is to follow directions; the reason the young monkeys continued to get hurt was because they were not following the orders of the doctor and their mother. This book is intended for readers who are learning to count, so about ages 5-7. It is appealing to young readers because it is something to relate to. Most children test their parents at some point; many of them by jumping on the bed. This book teaches children that there can be negative consequences to not following the rules.The catchy and repetitive language is also appealing to the audience because it takes a story that could be quite sad and makes it slightly humorous. The illustrations in the story also contribute to the overall lighthearted vibe of the story. When someone thinks of people breaking their heads, they might envision blood and guts, which could potentially be quite frightening for young children. This book, however, has illustrations that are age-appropriate, using cartoon images of monkeys with bandages instead of graphic pictures with gore and blood. This book is also appealing to young readers because the author uses animals instead of people to tell the story. Animals are appealing to children because they provide comfort; something that may be needed when reading about monkeys getting hurt. A strength of this book is the repetitive language that is used to tell the story. The same phrases are used throughout the book and are repeated as each monkey falls off the bed. This makes the story catchy and uses rhyming, which, in my opinion, helps the book flow and enjoyable to read. I thought the book was cute, and would recommend it to parents and teachers who want to teach their children how to follow rules and counting strategies. I liked reading this book both as a child and as an adult. As a child, I thought the book was humorous because I could not believe the monkeys continued to jump on the bed, despite seeing their brothers and sisters breaking their heads! As an adult reading this book, I appreciated recognizing the different techniques used to teach children to count.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Rayeann Hatfield

    This book takes me back to so many memories. I used to read this book growing up over and over again. It was one of my favorite books that my mom read to me. I used to laugh so much at the book, I thought it was so funny. Sometimes after I read the book I would go into my room and start acting the book out. The book is about ten monkeys who are jumping on the bed. As the story goes on and the monkeys continue to jump on the bed, they slowly one by one start to fall off. "Ten little monkeys jumpi This book takes me back to so many memories. I used to read this book growing up over and over again. It was one of my favorite books that my mom read to me. I used to laugh so much at the book, I thought it was so funny. Sometimes after I read the book I would go into my room and start acting the book out. The book is about ten monkeys who are jumping on the bed. As the story goes on and the monkeys continue to jump on the bed, they slowly one by one start to fall off. "Ten little monkeys jumping on the bed.. one fell off and bumped his head. Mamma called the doctor and the doctor said, no more monkeys jumping on the bed". That didn’t stop them though. The story continues until they all fall off the bed. This story can be used as a lesson to teach children to listen to their elders because they have the best intentions set out for them.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Joan

    “Ten little monkey jumping on the bed, one fell off and bumped his head. Mother called the doctor and the doctor said, ‘No more monkeys jumping on the bed!’” The well-known children's nursery rhyme uses repetition to help young readers learn sequence and numbers as they count the monkeys who fall off the bed. This oversized book, the Child’s Play version, has die-cut circles that encourage the child to interact with the brightly-colored illustrations as well as with the words. Young readers are s “Ten little monkey jumping on the bed, one fell off and bumped his head. Mother called the doctor and the doctor said, ‘No more monkeys jumping on the bed!’” The well-known children's nursery rhyme uses repetition to help young readers learn sequence and numbers as they count the monkeys who fall off the bed. This oversized book, the Child’s Play version, has die-cut circles that encourage the child to interact with the brightly-colored illustrations as well as with the words. Young readers are sure to enjoy singing the song and seeing how the mother and the doctor react as another monkey falls off the bed. Recommended.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Altea Bolger

    Awards: N/A Grade level(s): PreK-Kindergarten Summary: A classic nursery rhyme about monkeys jumping on the bed and falling off the bed. Review: This was my favorite nursery rhyme growing up. I think it is such a fun story that can be used in many ways in the classroom. In-class uses: This story can be used to practice counting with a class, and this story can also be used to help with phonemic awareness due to the consistent rhyming throughout the story.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Frogs

    Great book for counting, observations, and of course safety! Humorous for adults, as the mom pops up in the doctors off days to inform him that yet another monkey has jumped on the bed, and fallen. We have the large book version.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Heather McC

    Fast, fun, and entertaining, kids can get their wiggles out (in a safe way of course).

  11. 4 out of 5

    Dawn

    This book is agony to read. So repetitive and boring. There is a reason Oriole shorten the song to 5 Little Monkeys... Although it is nice thar some of the monkeys are girls.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Amanda Murphy

    Can't really go wrong with monkeys jumping on beds. Can't really go wrong with monkeys jumping on beds.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Hope

    The illustrator, Tina Freeman creates nice colorful images, making sure the expressions on the monkey's faces match what is expected of the text. I like that you can predict which monkey is going to fall off the bed by hiding the page on the opposite of the crease. Although this is not the original version of this story, where the mother jumps on the bed at the end. It shows the mother's exhaustion, which is a feeling that can be predicted by inferring from the illustrations. The illustrator, Tina Freeman creates nice colorful images, making sure the expressions on the monkey's faces match what is expected of the text. I like that you can predict which monkey is going to fall off the bed by hiding the page on the opposite of the crease. Although this is not the original version of this story, where the mother jumps on the bed at the end. It shows the mother's exhaustion, which is a feeling that can be predicted by inferring from the illustrations.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Alyssa Adams

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. Ten little monkeys are jumping on the bed, what happens when one fall off and bumps his head? Well the doctor of course says no more monkeys jumping on the bed! Doo they listen? Of course not!!! The media used n this story is pen, ink, and watercolor. This is a good story to read so that kids understand that when their parents ask them not to do something they are trying to protect them from getting hurt sometimes.

  15. 4 out of 5

    angrykitty

    so i know for a fact that this isn't the version i had read to me as a kid, but i do know that this was a story that i loved. i mean....monkeys in a bed???? what little kid isn't going to love this??? so i know for a fact that this isn't the version i had read to me as a kid, but i do know that this was a story that i loved. i mean....monkeys in a bed???? what little kid isn't going to love this???

  16. 5 out of 5

    Chenoa Brown

    Awesome story about how ten little monkeys were jumping on the bed. Great for students to relate to if they have done so. Also great book about following directions and how if you do not, you can get hurt. Great rhyme scheme and great illustrations. Good read for Pre-K and Kindergarten

  17. 5 out of 5

    Caitrin

    This is a fun book to use when building children's number sense. 10 little monkeys are jumping on the bed despite what their mother and the doctor say. One by one the monkeys fall off the bed and it helps children count and subtract one each time. This is a fun book to use when building children's number sense. 10 little monkeys are jumping on the bed despite what their mother and the doctor say. One by one the monkeys fall off the bed and it helps children count and subtract one each time.

  18. 5 out of 5

    Bree

    Basically this story teaches us that if you have 10 kids you have zero control over what they do. I think any overwhelmed care taker and relate to this story. It's a silly and fun read for a little kid who just likes the sounds and bright colors! Perfect classic monkey story! Basically this story teaches us that if you have 10 kids you have zero control over what they do. I think any overwhelmed care taker and relate to this story. It's a silly and fun read for a little kid who just likes the sounds and bright colors! Perfect classic monkey story!

  19. 4 out of 5

    Karen

    This is a cute children's book that is fun to read to kids. I've had the pleasure of re-reading all of the great children's books (that I read to my kids years ago) to my stepson. This is a cute children's book that is fun to read to kids. I've had the pleasure of re-reading all of the great children's books (that I read to my kids years ago) to my stepson.

  20. 5 out of 5

    Tim

    I have read this book hundreds of times and it is always great fun.

  21. 5 out of 5

    Cws

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  22. 4 out of 5

    Charlysse

    i like this book so i think they are still going to fall that part is funny i wish i cando tha but my mom will call the doctor so she (can say no more monkeys jumping on the bed)

  23. 5 out of 5

    Travis

    Great book - lots of fun!

  24. 4 out of 5

    Craig Fischer

    A counting book (I seem to have a different edition--and the illustrations are much more aesthetically pleasing in mine--old school) with very little substance but entertaining for younger children.

  25. 5 out of 5

    Katie

    Great book to use with prediction and inferring strategies. This version doesn't stay true to the original version, so you could also use compare and contrast strategies between the two versions. Great book to use with prediction and inferring strategies. This version doesn't stay true to the original version, so you could also use compare and contrast strategies between the two versions.

  26. 5 out of 5

    Hilary

    Fun to read to a baby, especially if you want to do the actions too, and a toddler will have even more fun looking for recurring characters in the pages.

  27. 5 out of 5

    Colby

    My son's absolute favorite book in the world. He wants to read it every night. My son's absolute favorite book in the world. He wants to read it every night.

  28. 4 out of 5

    Thatgirl

    I read this a lot when I was small and it was a great short book. It's a classic and it is wonderful. I read this a lot when I was small and it was a great short book. It's a classic and it is wonderful.

  29. 4 out of 5

    The Badger

    I LOVE it when I hear my younger elementary students singing the same rhymes I did as a child!

  30. 5 out of 5

    Kian

    Another book shared with us by Jeanne Beary.

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