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Boom, bong! What is that? Where is that noise coming from? From the barnyard? Come one, come all, come and see the animals dance!
- Author : National Dance Association
- Publisher : Human Kinetics
- Release Date : 2010
- Genre : Performing Arts
- Pages : 322
- ISBN : 9780736057882
Implementing the National Dance Education Standards presents a wealth of tools that help you apply the standards in a way that makes dance education come alive for your students. The standards-updated from the original seven standards created by the National Dance Association in 1994-are more action oriented and outcomes based than the original set, and they present new benchmarks for four grade-level groups and expert guidance in implementing the standards. Implementing the National Dance Education Standards Will Help you develop a curriculum that engages students in developmentally appropriate learning experiences and makes dance fun and exciting for every student.
A bespectacled fiddle-playing cow and a pig twirling a sheep are featured in a barnyard dance. On board pages with a die-cut cover.
Writing is all about making meaning. The prospect of teaching writing to a classroom full of students—some who speak English and some who don't, can be overwhelming. When students learning English are at different levels, the task is even more challenging. Juli Kendall and Outey Khuon experimented with Ellin Keene's “Thinking Strategies Used by Proficient Learners” and found that by integrating writing and reading instruction their English language learners become stronger writers. Writing Sense outlines the classroom conditions necessary for successful writing instruction with English language learners, whether in writing workshop and/or small-group instruction. It includes 68 classroom-tested lessons for grades K–8 that show kids at all levels of language acquisition how to make connections, ask questions, visualize (make mental images), infer, determine importance, synthesize, monitor meaning and comprehension, and use fix-up strategies. Like the authors' earlier book, Making Sense, the five main sections are geared to the stages of language proficiency, and lessons are divided into “younger” and “older” students, spanning kindergarten through to grade eight. There are extensive lists of suggested books for mentor texts as well as lists of mentor authors to facilitate teachers' planning and instruction.
“An excellent collection of creative activities....Full-color photographs show a wide variety of children in action....Safety is stressed throughout...fun, engaging text is well written....Pair it with the author’s Zany Rainy Days...to keep youngsters busy year-round.” —School Library Journal. Winner of the Disney Adventures Book Award.
Get the scoop on the best kid-friendly apps iPad has to offer! How do you find good apps for your children? Read iPad Apps For Kids For Dummies, that's how! With over a half-million apps in the App Store and that number growing, this great new guide cuts through the clutter and points parents in the direction of the best apps for kids of all ages. From apps for dinosaur lovers to fashion fans, puzzle masters to avid adventurers, and everything in between, you’ll find apps to both educate and entertain. Which apps have strong girl role models? Which apps help kids with special needs? Which ones will keep the whole family entertained on the road? This handy, full-color book by tech-savvy, USA TODAY Kid-Tech columnist Jinny Gudmundsen covers it all. Helps parents find the best of the best iPad apps for children of all ages in the crowded App Store Shows parents which apps are worth the price and those that are free and fabulous Demonstrates how to use an iPad to make learning fun, apps for kids with special needs, age-appropriate apps for each child's age, and how you can avoid in-app purchase mistakes Draws on the experience and expertise of Kid-Tech columnist Jinny Gudmundsen, who has taken countless apps for a test run and shared her findings in USA TODAY and in Gannett newspapers nationwide; Jinny's work has also been published in the Los Angeles Times and Child magazine, and online at ABCNews.com, and she has appeared on national TV and radio Don't waste anymore time plowing through the App Store for kid-friendly apps on your own! Get iPad Apps For Kids For Dummies today and get your kids excited about learning.
"Teaching Children Dance, Third Edition," presents 31 ready-to-use lessons that bring fun and challenging dance experiences to elementary-aged children of all ability levels. The updated third edition includes 13 new learning experiences and two new chapters on teaching children with disabilities and making interdisciplinary connections.
- Author : Lynn Pawloski
- Publisher : ABC-CLIO
- Release Date : 2016-11-07
- Genre : Language Arts & Disciplines
- Pages : 116
- ISBN : 9781440843815
This book takes the creativity and inventiveness of the maker movement and applies that energy in a new way to help children learn across all subject areas as well as broaden their world view. • Addresses the avid interests of youth in technology • Provides librarians with a practical resource for incorporating tech literacy into storytime and other youth programs • Gives librarians a programming tool to use with makerspaces that can be used to integrate them with all areas of learning
A beautiful night and a full moon inspire the barnyard animals to hold a dance by the pond, where the arrival of some clouds provides them with an unexpected experience, in a tale that celebrates diversity. 10,000 first printing.
Lists over five hundred children's musical recordings, describing how each song can be applied to teaching and playing opportunities, and highlights songs with such particular learning themes as food, animals, sportsmanship, and emotions.
Introduces rhythm, melody, form, instruments, music history, and dance using a variety of illustrated folk songs, rhythmic poems, and stories with musical themes.
Even as evidence accumulates that humans have significantly contributed to global climate change, many Christians have questions about what it means to care for creation. Some question whether focusing on creation care takes away from a person's spirituality or from caring for other humans. Others wonder to what extent we can live peaceably with nonhuman creation. Still others wonder whether we should be better stewards of the environment and whether developing better technology might save us from the current crisis. The diverse authors of this volume address these questions in an accessible way.
- Author : Mildred Wells-Dunn
- Publisher : Xlibris Corporation
- Release Date : 2014-07-30
- Genre : History
- Pages : 160
- ISBN : 9781499003987
You may add to any page or paragraph words, phrases, or sentences that will help you best understand what has been written. Although we might not ever meet, help me with my dream. Help me in “Bridging the Gap Between the Home, School, Church, and Community with Emphasis on Putting Parents Back to Being Parents.” A young lawyer on Beale Street once looked at me and said, “You are sincere about what you are saying and doing. I will not charge you anything.” Boy, was I glad! I had him to look at the script because I had just about gone broke on “Bridging the Gap Between the Home, School, Church, and Community.” There have been others who said to me, “What are you trying to do?” And my reply would be, “I know—it’s just hard for me to make you understand.” Readers, I hope you will understand what I am trying to say and do. Let me make it plain. I am trying to help somebody, hoping I will also receive equally what my readers receive. I am thankful for my family tree, but aren’t we all? I would love for every American family and family of this world to add “Bridging the Gap Between the Home, School, Church, and Community” to their library. I would love to hear from some of the readers to see what they think about it. It has taken a while to complete this work. I feel like there will be more books on this same work. Each of us in our own way can bridge the gap. We do not have to look for any help. Just think of things we can do to help someone.
Outlines storytelling programs for young library audiences, explaining general planning considerations and providing fifty ready-made programs on such themes as holidays, gardens, animals, play, and seasons.
The first three years set the stage for a lifetime of learning. This book provides more than eighty activities and experiences to optimize very young children's intellectual, social, emotional, and physical development, as well as strategies that support responsive caregiving. Jean Barbre, EdD, has thirty years of experience working with children and families as a preschool director, teacher, therapist, college instructor, national and international presenter, and guest presenter on public television.