Rhyme Time with Angie ~ Cowpoke Clyde Rides the Range

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Today we are celebrating

COWPOKE CLYDE RIDES THE RANGE

by Lori Mortensen!

Cowpoke Clyde Rides the Range

Spend a few minutes listening to Angie read Cowpoke Clyde Rides the Range.

Then…learn how to make your own tiny bicycle!

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Reading

Click HERE for Cowpoke Clyde Rides the Range

“Clyde sure gits my southern twang a ‘goin’!”

 

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bicycle

Click HERE for the Rhyme Time craft

Make a tiny bicycle just like Clyde’s

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HERE are more ideas for fun with Clyde on Lori’s website.

 

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Cowpoke Clyde Rides the Range

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Dirty dog

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Watch for more Rhyme Time

every Wednesday in April.

 

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RR Classroom Challenge 2017

 

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31 thoughts on “Rhyme Time with Angie ~ Cowpoke Clyde Rides the Range

  1. The Cowpoke Clyde tale has an adorable story arc to accompany the fun rhyme and rhythm! I think the use of cliffhanger page turns also adds to the suspense. What a great story from Lori, and I loved hearing the twang in Angie’s voice on the video when reading the book: Yeehaw!

  2. What a cute activity to accompany the book. My youngest is learning to ride her bike now and we’re determined she’ll crack it soon. This will be a fun one to do with her! Thanks! .

  3. Loved the great vocabulary and masterful page turns. We always hear that we shouldn’t write in rhyme unless it adds to the story. It was clear to me listening to Angie’s reading that rhyme adds so much to Cowpoke Clyde’s story, especially at the page turns.

  4. Angie, so fun to hear you read Lori’s story about Cowpoke Clyde-you’ve got the accent girl! Loved the craft activity. This was a great way to start my day πŸ™‚

  5. Clyde is such a good example of yesterday’s post about the importance of a story arc. So well done!

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