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I choose a Policeman's hat that's blue. Protecting is what I do. I help people in many ways. I keep them safe everyday.
I choose a Hard Hat that is perfect for me. I play with my blocks and happy I'll be. I can build a house for people I know. I build a playground where we can go.
I choose a pilot's hat today. I start the engines and zoom away. I will soar up into the sky. I am like a bird flying high.
I choose a Baseball cap today. I'll be the pitcher so we can play. I want you to hit a homerun. I love this game it's so much fun.
I choose my chef's hat to cook a dinner. My food taste so good, I am a winner! My favorite dish is mac and cheese. Come on over and have some, please!
I choose an Astronaut's helmet to wear. My space ship flies through the air. I pass by stars everywhere. The Gemini twins are a beautiful pair.
I choose a Cowboy hat today. I will get on my horse and ride away. I sometimes ride very far. And sleep at night under the stars.
Every day of the week A different hat I seek. There are many jobs we can do. Which one is perfect for you?
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Posted October 17, 2010
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Which Hat Will I Choose? by Sally Singer and Linda Guarin is creative and educational. The imagination of a young boy really shines through the delightful illustrations in this children's book. In his make-believe world, the boy becomes an astronaut and a construction worker when he tries on different hats. Each day of the week, the boy has to decide which hat he will choose and which job he will do. His dog is included in all of his adventures. Young readers will learn the days of the week which are printed in the same spot on every page for consistency. The rhymes form patterns to make it easier for children to read. They will also learn about different types of jobs and that they can do whatever job they choose. In the end, the reader is drawn in by being asked "Which hat will you choose?"Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted October 17, 2010