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Baby Rattlesnake wants a rattle like his older siblings have His crying keeps the rattlesnake elders up all night so hi. While I can appreciate this story as a piece of Indian folklore and a cautionary tale against misusing gifts I didn t particularly like the way it was related That the baby rattlesnake learned his lesson by having his tail view spoilercrushed by the girl he meant to scare hide spoiler

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Baby Rattlesnake

S parents give him a new rattle Sure enough he misuses his new rattle When he tries to scare the chief's daughter she s. One of my favorite books to use for my November Native American story time I tell it with a rattle to make the sound affects It seems to hold everyone s attention from 2 s and up 111412Used again 2012 112812I had a small group this year so I passed out shakers to the kids so they could shake with me There was one who just shook but most were good with shaking when I shook my rattle 111213Used with a second grade class Used with PreK 4 and K in outreachUsed in Preschool Story Time It was a small though somewhat young group so I passed out rattles to have them participate with the story and it went over okay 111314Had a day care come for story time and this went over pretty well with just me using a rattle when the baby rattlesnake shook its tail 111715Too long for the toddlers but it worked out I just passed out shakers and those too young were just happy with them while the appropriate aged children came up and listened to the story

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Teps on his rattle and crushes it Sad and defeated he returns to his forgiving family who give him big rattlesnake hugs. A book from my school s pillars of character reading list on the topic of responsibility This baby snake whines until he gets a rattle before he is ready for it and uses it irresponsibly and it gets him in trouble Don t get this book for any information about rattlesnakes they are just cute characters and not portrayed realistically And they don t eat I guess It s cute


10 thoughts on “Baby Rattlesnake

  1. says:

    Baby Rattlesnake longs for a rattle in this retelling of a Native American folktale refusing to be comforted by the assurances of his parents his siblings and the Rattlesnake People that he will grow into one Finally fed up with his constant crying his people give him what he wants but his irresponsible use of the rattle leads to disasterBa

  2. says:

    In this delightful retelling of Te Ata folktale of Baby Rattlesnake Baby Rattlesnake is too edger to get his rattle Once getting his rattle he starts to play tricks on the other animals He finally loses he rattle to chiefs daughterI love that the illustrations are bright vibrant and represent the desert colors I like that each one is framed a

  3. says:

    While I can appreciate this story as a piece of Indian folklore and a cautionary tale against misusing gifts I didn't particularly like the way it was related That the baby rattlesnake learned his lesson by having his tail view spoilercrushed by the girl he meant to scare hide spoiler

  4. says:

    One of my favorite books to use for my November Native American story time I tell it with a rattle to make the sound affects It seems to hold everyone's attention from 2's and up 111412Used again 2012 112812I had a small group this year so I passed out shakers to the kids so they could shake with me There was one who just shook but most we

  5. says:

    Of course my rating for this book is biased I remember my Great Aunt TeAta sharing many a Native American tale and when I read this book I hear it in her voice The illustrations in this book are wonderfully colorful My kids and I laugh at Prairie Dog's illustrated reaction to Baby Rattlesnake This book is a great way to share the American Native gift of storytelling with your child

  6. says:

    This really didn't do it for us Thought Baby Rattlesnake was a bit annoying The moral of the story could have been executed better

  7. says:

    I like reading Native American tales but this one fell flat for me It was probably my least favoriteThis is about Baby Rattlesnake who cries because he's too young to have a rattle like his parents brother and sister The council of rattlesnakes get together and because they're so tired of hearing him cry they decide to give him a rattleI kno

  8. says:

    Adults and children alike will identify with the annoying begging of baby rattlesnake for a rattle Despite all warnings th

  9. says:

    A book from my school's pillars of character reading list on the topic of responsibility This baby snake whines until he gets a rattle before he is ready for it and uses it irresponsibly and it gets him in trouble Don't get this boo

  10. says:

    Baby Rattlesnake doesn't have a rattle because he is too young His cries keep the elders up all night they consent and give him a rattle He misuses it He scared animals and laughs He scares the Chief's daughter and she stomps on his rattle b