Move over rover and let

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move over rover and let

Move Over, Rover! by Karen Beaumont

Rover hates the rainy day and goes into the doghouse to keep him dry. As the storm continues, one by one, different animals start looking for a place to stay as the storm passes. As the space in the doghouse begins to become limited little do the animals know that there is another friend in there with them that they are not aware of. Before they know it there is a stink in the doghouse. The animals scatter as an effect of the skunk stink. The storm passes and the animals begin to wonder where Rover is, to their surprise he is back in his comfortable doghouse.

I like the way the author wrote the book. It is reader friendly for a teacher to read to the students. The students can easily enjoy the repetition and the pattern. The author is also able to use language that can be found funny to younger children. The author adds a surprise at the end when the skunk makes a stink and all the animals have to scatter away from the smell. This twist adds comedy into the story which keeps the students engaged until the end of the book.

Teaching Point:
I would use this book to teach younger children about patterns a repetition in reading. The book establishes a good example for both concepts. I can plan a lesson in teaching students how to identify patterns. The patterns will be identified through the animals that sneak in the doghouse with Rover. Also, repetition can help students in reading and learning the words that have been repeated in the book. It can be a useful reading strategy for students to learn about.
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Published 12.12.2018

Move it on Over - Hank Williams

"Fire" is a song written by Jimi Hendrix and recorded by the Jimi Hendrix Experience in early She agreed, but her Great Dane was in the way, so Hendrix let out with, "Aw, move over, Rover, and let Jimi take over". Hendrix later joked with the.
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It has been described as "an exercise in soul, psychedelic rock, and polyrhythmic jazz-inspired drumming" by AllMusic critic Matthew Greenwald. One of Hendrix's most popular songs, he frequently played it in concert. Despite its sexual overtones, the song had an innocuous origin. Noel Redding , bass player for the Experience, invited Hendrix to his mother's house on a cold New Year's Eve in Folkestone, England, after a performance. She agreed, but her Great Dane was in the way, so Hendrix let out with, "Aw, move over, Rover, and let Jimi take over".



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