Youngsters are invited to explore different kinds of tools and help Curious George fix things around the house with the movable hammer and wrench in this new novelty book inspired by the Emmy Award-winning television show.
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When Curious George’s new bath toys go down the drain, it’s time to call the plumber. With some amazing tools (and George’s help), the toys are found and the pipes are cleared. When a second drain disaster occurs, George tries fixing it on his own, without the same success. Ultimately, George learns that the best way to keep the plumbing system working is to prevent clogs in the first place . . . and to invest in extra large (and extra fun) bath toys. George’s latest adventure includes fun facts about how water gets to your house along with a coloring and tool-labeling activity.
- Author : Lorna Holland
- Publisher : Lulu.com
- Release Date : 2017-09-16
- Genre : Education
- Pages : 98
- ISBN : 9781387225842
Presents Curious George in learning activities involving mathematics, reading, and science skills, with exercises for listening, speaking, and collaboration.
Students explore their curious nature with a monkey named George. Students think a little deeper about the story by imagining the motivations behind the man in the yellow hat. Find different words that rhyme with the words in the story. Come up with different adjectives used in the book, then write a new sentence using these words. Answer multiple choice questions about George's adventures. Students share their own opinions about taking animals out of their natural habitats. Write a list of safety rules for George to follow so he can stay safe and out of trouble. Students share their feelings about certain events that happen in the story with a My Feelings graphic organizer. Aligned to your State Standards and written to Bloom's Taxonomy, additional crossword, word search, comprehension quiz and answer key are also included. About the Novel: A well-loved story about a curious little monkey named George, who is caught in his home land of Africa by a man in a yellow hat. Inspired by his curiosity for the world around him, George has one adventure after another from the time he leaves Africa to the time he finally arrives at the Zoo. George tries to fly like the sea gulls, but this only gets him wet. He dials 1-2-3-4-5-6-7, which is the number for the Fire Department. He takes a man’s balloons and starts flying through the air over the city’s traffic. At the end of the story, George finally ends up in a tree at the Zoo. It was a nice place to live!
Curious young readers will learn right along with George as he explores science, math, engineering, and technology concepts in eight fun, full-length stories filled with educational content.
With the ever-increasing amount of media children are consuming, it has become important for parents to learn how to help them navigate this consumption productively. All too often, the only approach to screen time by parents is a question of limiting how much and what kind. Instead, if parents and educators can adopt a more nuanced relationship to media and education, adults and children can come together in order to engage with and deconstruct the messages that are embedded in popular culture. This enables children to become more informed citizens. This collection seeks to do just that by providing a series of essays on strategies to engage children with varying topics and programming to ensure that media consumption is an active process that promotes social and political awareness instead of apathetic entertainment.
PJ MASKS Coloring Book For Kids Ages 4-8: / Provides hours of fun and creativity. CURIOUS GEORGE is an animated series based on the popular books by Margret and H.A. Rey and airs daily on PBS KIDS. This Colouring book contains . 35 high-quality illustrations. Each illustration is printed on a separate sheet (8.5 x 11) to avoid bleed through. Printed single side for no bleed through. Large 8.5 x 11 Size./ 35 Drawings to be colored Perfect for occasion & Gifts for Kids Kids can use pencils, crayons or felt tip Each coloring page is printed on a separate sheet to avoid bleed through. The coloring book also makes a perfect gift for kids that love cartoon & animated series. Coloring pages are fun for children of all ages and are a great educational tool that helps children develop fine motor skills, creativity and color recognition! BENEFITS OF COLORING PAGES: Self expression Color recognition Therapy Building motor skills Focus Tags: CUrious george ,coloring book, coloring book for adults, kids coloring book, boys coloring book, girls coloring book, most popular children coloring book, new coloring book, 2019 coloring book, 2020 coloring book, coloring books for toddlers, coloring books for preschoolers, coloring books for kids. Objectives : You may use this coloring notebook as an educational instrument for your children or as a way for you to relax and do something that will remind you of your childhood. Also, you make sure that your child will spend his or her time in a good, interesting and useful way. As a result of coloring on a daily or weekly basis, you will notice that the eye-hand coordination improves and, aside from that, your child will start learning colors in a fun and entertaining way. Colouring Book for Kids and Adults with Fun, Easy, and Relaxing Coloring Pages (Coloring Books for Adults and Kids 2-4 4-8 8-12+) Grab your crayons and this awesome Coloring Book to draw and color all your favorite characters!
Distance Learning is for leaders, practitioners, and decision makers in the fields of distance learning, e'learning, telecommunications, and related areas. It is a professional journal with applicable information for those involved with providing instruction to all kinds of learners, of all ages, using telecommunications technologies of all types. Stories are written by practitioners for practitioners with the intent of providing usable information and ideas. Articles are accepted from authors--new and experienced--with interesting and important information about the effective practice of distance teaching and learning. Distance Learning is published quarterly. Each issue includes eight to ten articles and three to four columns, including the highly regarded "And Finally..." column covering recent important issues in the field and written by Distance Learning editor, Michael Simonson. Articles are written by practitioners from various countries and locations, nationally and internationally. Distance Learning is an official publication of the United States Distance Learning Association, and is co-sponsored by the Fischler School of Education at Nova Southeastern University and Information Age Publishing.
The world is ever changing and the way students experience social studies should reflect the environment in which they live and learn. Digital Social Studies explores research, effective teaching strategies, and technologies for social studies practice in the digital age. The digital age of education is more prominent than ever and it is an appropriate time to examine the blending of the digital age and the field of social studies. What is digital social studies? Why do we need it and what is its purpose? What will social studies look like in the future? The contributing authors of this volume seek to explain, through an array of ideas and visions, what digital social studies can/should look like, while providing research and rationales for why digital social studies is needed and important. This volume includes twenty-two scholarly chapters discussing relevant topics of importance to digital social studies. The twenty-two chapters are divided into two sections. This stellar collection of writings includes contributions from leading scholars like Cheryl Mason Bolick, Michael Berson, Elizabeth Washington, Linda Bennett, and many more.
Fresh, fun ideas for children’s storytime fill this book. The author, a long-time storytime facilitator, has put together 52 weekly themes plus additional plans for holidays, all with detailed instructions for talking about the theme and choosing the books, crafts, songs, poems, games and snacks. Each storytime idea is illustrated with photographs of a suggested craft and snack for easy reference. Libraries, bookstores, preschools and parents alike can use this book to offer themed storytimes that include discussion, literature, art, music, movement and food. Options are provided for each storytime, so the ideas can be used year after year.
Whether from established authors or by writers new to fiction, the short stories in this volume explore life as change, using Ecclesiastes 3:1-8 as the lens. The writers come from different backgrounds, perspectives, and levels of familiarity with the short story, but what ties them together is a willingness to creatively explore the raw and more uncomfortable dimensions of life--big events and small happenings--all bound up by a recognition of the inevitability and (dis)comfort of change. Each writer has a story to tell, a creative and imaginative angle on life as it happens somewhere to someone. Life Sentences represents an experiment, a recognition of and confrontation with the depth of culture and culture's life maps, with the ways in which the joys and troubles of life are given meaning. This collection attempts to address these large (and small) challenges and dynamics of life without the jargon of the professional philosopher or theologian but with the more "earthy" language of popular culture: the short story.
A story about a plastic knight, love, friendship, betrayal, potential axmurderers, the scent of lavender, Down syndrome, madeleines, Japanese capsule hotels, fifteen minutes of fame and how to bury an old lady behind the raspberry bushes.
Vermeule draws upon recent research in cognitive science to understand the mental processes underlying human social interactions without sacrificing solid literary criticism. People interested in literary theory, in cognitive analyses of the arts, and in Darwinian approaches to human culture will find much to ponder in Why Do We Care about Literary Characters?
Continuing the tradition of excellence established by his renowned coeditor, the late Eugene Maleska, John Samson presents a collection of 50 original puzzles which provide a variety of stimulating challenges. Spiral bound.
This book documents some of the most recent advances on the physical layer of the Internet of Things (IoT), including sensors, circuits, and systems. The application area selected for illustrating these advances is that of autonomous, wearable systems for real-time medical diagnosis. The book is unique in that it adopts a holistic view of such systems and includes not only the sensor and processing subsystems, but also the power, communication, and security subsystems. Particular attention is paid to the integration of these IoT subsystems as well as the prototyping platforms needed for achieving such integration. Other unique features include the discussion of energy-harvesting subsystems to achieve full energy autonomy and the consideration of hardware security as a requirement for the integrity of the IoT physical layer. One unifying thread of the various designs considered in this book is that they have all been fabricated and tested in an advanced, low-power CMOS process, namely GLOBALFOUNDRIES 65nm CMOS LPe.
Why do we sometimes get into the wrong relationships, take the wrong jobs, and make the wrong choices? The answers and solutions to these everyday plights are revealed by today’s “scientists of the mind,” evolutionary psychologists who have discovered stunning new lessons about the power of instincts and their capacity to transform lives positively. But too many of us have lost contact with our instincts. We don’t hear them. We don’t use them. And that gets us in trouble–over and over again. Now, Dr. Hendrie Weisinger shows how to reconnect with the instincts Mother Nature gave you. You’ll rediscover the six most indispensable human instincts that have evolved over millions and millions of years. Then, you’ll learn why you have emotions, and how to listen to them...how to scout out an environment that'll nurture you... how to become more comfortable with your vulnerabilities... have more fun by stimulating your curiosity... build deeper bonds with those around you... make yourself more attractive to mates and employers alike! You're hardwired for success. Use the powerful instincts Mother Nature gave you and gain the joy, fulfillment, and pleasure you deserve!
An Essential Tool for Preparing Your Child for Kindergarten and Beyond Reading aloud to your children is essential. Longtime elementary school teacher Kim Jocelyn Dickson believes every child begins kindergarten with a lunchbox in one hand and an “invisible toolbox” in the other. In The Invisible Toolbox, Kim shares with parents the single most important thing they can do to foster their child’s future learning potential and nurture the parent-child bond that is the foundation for a child’s motivation to learn. She is convinced that the simple act of reading aloud has a far-reaching impact that few of us fully understand and that our recent, nearly universal saturation in technology has further clouded its importance. In The Invisible Toolbox, parents, educators, and early literacy advocates will discover: Ten priceless tools that will fill their child’s toolbox when they read aloud to their child Tools parents can give themselves to foster these gifts in their children Practical tips for how and what to read aloud to children through their developmental stages Dos and don’ts and recommended resources that round out all the practical tools a parent will need to prepare their child for kindergarten and beyond Essential book for parents. In The Invisible Toolbox, Kim weaves her practical anecdotal experience as an educator and parent into the hard research of recent findings in neuroscience. She reminds us that the first years of life are critical in the formation and receptivity of the primary predictor of success in school—language skills—and that infants begin learning immediately at birth. She also teaches and inspires us to build our own toolboxes so that we can help our children build theirs. If you enjoyed books like Honey for a Child's Heart, The Read-Aloud Handbook, Screenwise, or The Enchanted Hour; you will love The Invisible Toolbox—from a 21st century Charlotte Mason.