A cozy bed, a snoring granny, a dreaming child, a dozing dog, a snoozing--WAIT! There's a surprise in store, and little ones will want to discover it over and over again. Snuggle in for Don and Audrey Wood's timeless, cumulative sleepy time tale that's truly like no other.
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A restless flea manages to wake up everyone in the house who was sleeping, including a mouse, cat, dog, boy, and his grandmother, in a lap-sized board book version of a classic tale. Children's BOMC. An ALA Notable Children's Book.
In this cumulative tale, a chirping cricket calms a worried mouse, a prowling cat, and other restless creatures, helping them to finally fall asleep.
A rhyming story of Silly Sally, who is joined by various animals as she travels to town--backwards and upside down.
A joyful celebration of self-awareness and acceptance known and loved by millions of children around the world, now with art remastered by the illustrator.
- Author : Audrey Wood
- Publisher : HMH Books For Young Readers
- Release Date : 2020-09-15
- Genre : Juvenile Fiction
- Pages : 32
- ISBN : 035836261X
A story known and loved by millions of children around the world, now remastered by the illustrator.
- Author : Audrey Wood
- Publisher : Child's Play International
- Release Date : 1998-05-01
- Genre : Juvenile Fiction
- Pages : 24
- ISBN : 1846434033
Little Mouse worries that the big, hungry bear will take his freshly picked, ripe, red strawberry for himself.
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.
Offers advice on how to choose books for children, and features essays about various genres of children's books, each followed by an annotated bibliography of recommended titles.
- Author : Hilda Jackman
- Publisher : Cengage Learning
- Release Date : 2014-03-14
- Genre : Education
- Pages : 480
- ISBN : 9781305176669
The sixth edition of EARLY EDUCATION CURRICULUM: A CHILD'S CONNECTION TO THE WORLD focuses on the process of planning and implementing a curriculum, and setting up an inclusive child-centered environment. This text meets the needs of a diverse range of students and experienced teachers, helping them to make informed decisions about curriculum content as well as to develop creative thinking and the ability to effectively apply theory to an early childhood classroom setting. Updated to include the most current research and standards, the sixth edition presents new material on brain research that underlies teaching ideas as well as new information on reflective practice, intentional teaching, and using the environment as a teaching tool. The book retains its strong applied focus on the how-to's of teaching, with many new hands-on teaching tips and six new chapters on topics such as observation and assessment, fine motor and manipulatives, and large motor and outdoor play. Important Notice: Media content referenced within the product description or the product text may not be available in the ebook version.
Oxford Instruments is one of the UK's success stories - a science-based company which from the earliest beginnings in a garden shed has become a successful quoted company and a world leader in applied superconductivity. Its success is due in major part to the entrepreneurial skill of Sir Martin Wood, and the company has become a model for the new science-based university spin-offs. Audrey Wood has written a first-hand account of its evolution which provides real evidence of the challenges of entrepreneurship, innovation, technology transfer, and raising finance.
When a princess who behaves like a dragon meets a dragon who wants to be a princess, the unexpected happens.
Young Elbert snatches a bad word from adult conversations at a garden party and stuffs it in his pocket, where it waits for an opportunity to spring out through Elbert's unsuspecting mouth.
A young boy describes himself as "loud as a lion," "quiet as a clam," "tough as a rhino," and "gentle as a lamb." On board pages.
Written from a constructivist viewpoint, this popular book for future teachers of children from preschool through the primary grades focuses on how young children construct literacy and how teachers can support and guide that activity through developmentally-appropriate teaching practices. Advocates giving children a choice of the reading material from which they will learn; and, caution against grouping children solely by literacy ability. Examines current research into emergent and holistic literacy, and tie its findings to instructional practices that teach such skills as phonemic awareness, phonics, and spelling within the context of meaningful reading and writing tasks. Increased coverage of assessment—emphasizes performance-based alternatives to standardized testing during early childhood and examines current recommendations in terms of developmentally-appropriate practice. Provides a strong explanation of shared and interactive writing. Discusses literacy development in infants and toddlers. For future or current teachers interested in literacy or reading methods in early childhood.