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The Horribly Hungry Gingerbread Boy by Elisa Kleven Pdf
When Shirley's gingerbread treat leaps out of her lunchbox and begins gobbling everything in sight, a wild chase ensues through the neighborhoods of San Francisco as Shirley tries to stop her creation from eating up the whole town.
This light-hearted sourcebook for teachers and librarians describes food-related activities, including stories, rhymes, fingerplays, crafts, cooking and tasting experiences, and short skits, designed to delight young minds while teaching skills. Each group of recommended picture books is supplemented by topical songs, poems, chants, flannel board constructions, and puppet skits. Grades PreK-3.
Book Buddies by Marcia Invernizzi,Donna Lewis-Wagner,Francine R. Johnston,Connie Juel Pdf
This indispensable guide has been revised and expanded with the latest research and guidance for working with learners with reading challenges, including dyslexia. The book shows how reading tutors--including educators, volunteers, and parents--can deliver individualized lessons for struggling students in grades K–3. Chapters offer step-by-step guidance for providing effective one-on-one instruction at the emergent, beginning, and transitional stages of reading, and address the needs of English language learners. In a large-size format for easy photocopying, the manual features 39 reproducible handouts and forms. Tutor training is facilitated by videos of sample sessions (at the companion website). The website also gives book purchasers access to downloadable copies of the handouts and forms. New to This Edition *More explicit recommendations for addressing the needs of children with dyslexia. *New phonemic awareness task to use in assessment. *Expanded and clarified directions for many of the lessons. *Additional instructional activities, including reproducible FastRead sheets. *Reproducible tools and training videos now provided online.
When fairy tales moved from workrooms, taverns, and the fireside into the nursery, they not only lost much of their irreverent, earthy humor but were also deprived of their contestatory stance to official culture. Children's literature, Maria Tatar maintains, has always been more intent on producing docile minds than playful bodies. From its inception, it has openly endorsed a productive discipline that condemns idleness and disobedience along with most forms of social resistance.
This fully revised fourth edition outlines seven strands of practice for three to six-year old children, designed to develop the skills, concepts and knowledge underpinning literacy in the early years. Accompanying each strand are clear explanations of the research and reasoning on which they are based. Practical advice on helping children transfer their learning into their own child-initiated activities, to build a genuine and solid foundation for literacy, is integral to the book.
'The Nervous Housewife' is a case-study on housewives' psyche as analyzed by Abraham Myerson, a Lithuanian neurologist, psychiatrist, clinician, pathologist, and researcher. In his own words: "What are the causes of the change? Did the housewife of a past generation go through the same stage? Ask any man you meet and he will tell you his mother is or was more enduring than his wife. "She bore three times as many children; she did all her own housework; she baked more, cooked more, sewed more; she got up at five o'clock in the morning and went to bed at ten at night; she never went out, never had a vacation, did not know the meaning of manicure, pedicure, coiffure. She was contented, never extravagant, and rarely sick.""
Bilingualism in the Primary School by Richard Mills,Jean Mills Pdf
Over the past few years bilingualism has come to be seen not as a hinderance to assimiliation but as an asset which, properly nurtured, will benefit children's linguistic awareness, cultural sensitivity and cognitive functioning. Bilingualism in the Primary Classroom gives primary teachers a window on the experience of the bilingual children in their care and by doing so helps them to make the most of what the children and their parents have to offer as well as giving them a good start in the National Curriculum. Many of the contributors to the book are themselves bilingual and are thus able to understand the children's experience from within, but they are also particularly careful to show monolingual teachers how they too can make use of children's mother tongue experience. The book is based throughout on rich case study material of individual children at various stages on the bilingual spectrum.