Citation: Walton, R., & López-Escrivá, A. (2001). How Can You Dance? New York: Putnam’s.
Ages: 0 – 8
Grades: PreSchool – 3
Description: With rhyming text, How Can You Dance? asks children how they move and dance, and then compares it to the movement of an animal. For example, the book asks “How can you dance as you swim in a pool? Dance like a frog, feeling fine, keeping cool.” After each rhyming line, the book includes instructions on how to move like the animal example.
Uses: With its rhyming text and question and answer style, this book is sure to get kids off their feet! The book can be used in storytime to get kids moving, and can be used with differently abled adults and children.
Cooper, I. (2001). How Can You Dance? (Book Review). Booklist, 1897.
Jones, T.E., Toth, L., Charnizon, M., Grabarek, D., Larkins, J., & Ceraldi, G. (2001). How Can You Dance? (Book Review). School Library Journal, 47(7), 90.
Roback, D., Brown, J. M., & Britton, J. (2001). How Can You Dance? (Book Review). Publishers Weekly, 248(24),85.
Search Terms: rhyme, animals, animal movements, dance, diversity, differently-abled