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How Lion Learned to Not Be a Bully: Teachers Resource Master: Classrooms & Clubs Storylines (C) Group Activity Debra Paulsen

How Lion Learned to Not Be a Bully: Teachers Resource Master: Classrooms & Clubs Storylines (C) Group Activity

Debra Paulsen

Published December 21st 2013
ISBN : 9781494441340
Paperback
176 pages
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 About the Book 

Storytelling since time immemorial has offered wonderful teaching and learning opportunities. When we read stories to children a window is opened through which we can impart valuable information, offer philosophical life lessons that help developMoreStorytelling since time immemorial has offered wonderful teaching and learning opportunities. When we read stories to children a window is opened through which we can impart valuable information, offer philosophical life lessons that help develop positive social skills as well as broaden vocabulary and improve communication skills and encourage imagination... as long as we can keep their attention. As educators, care givers and parents we strive to not only Keep their attention but nurture and help them develop a true and lasting love of reading which may in turn open doors for them in the future. With Classrooms & Clubs StoryLines(c) & Puzzles group activities do not take that cookie cutter approach of the individual creation format, there are no sides to choose, no winners or losers as many games require, instead Classroom and Clubs StoryLines (c) and Puzzles offer activity projects designed to have the children working as a team to create ONE project together. A StoryLine. Classrooms & Clubs StoryLines(c) and Puzzles are: * Well structured * Easy to organize * Low cost * Fun and engaging for children regardless of fine motor skills levels Classrooms and Clubs StoryLines(c) and Puzzles are a fun group activity geared towards developing reading readiness skills and nurturing a lifelong interest in reading. Teachers, day care facilities and home schooling cooperative administrators and, yes childrens librarians know what a challenge it can be to organize large reading readiness group activities for children at that young transitional stage between being non readers to becoming readers . We are in a never ending quest to find quality educational group activity resources that * Are easy to organize and implement, * Require no costly supplies and/or complicated instructions * Reduce set up time and mess to a minimum *Take into account the great diversity of fine motor skills development within the pre-k to Kindergarten age group. Geared towards promoting interaction and team work between age appropriately organized large groups, with title choices ranging from Pre k - 3rd grade levels, Interactive StoryLines(c) and Puzzles group activity(c) books perk the interest of youngsters by bringing the children into the creation of the stories. This edition is a rhyming engaging remake of the old Classic Lion and the Mouse with a focus on anti-bullying and respect for use with groups of 25 or less. In the Quick tips section learn how to easily turn the program into a little production or Play and other opportunities to invite and encourage parental