[MOBI] ☆ Cooking Up a Storytime: Mix-And-Match Menus for Easy Programming | BY ¼ Susan Anderson-Newham

Cooking Up a Storytime: Mix-And-Match Menus for Easy Programming By Susan Anderson-Newham,

  • Title: Cooking Up a Storytime: Mix-And-Match Menus for Easy Programming
  • Author: Susan Anderson-Newham
  • ISBN: -
  • Page: 489
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  • Tired of leftovers Ready to cook up some new storytimes, ones that integrate books and games with math, science, and early literacy activities These mix and match menus featuring kid s favorite topics, like animals, families, farms, and food, will engage young ones while easing their transition to school Whether you re hungry for a full course feast or prefer to order Tired of leftovers Ready to cook up some new storytimes, ones that integrate books and games with math, science, and early literacy activities These mix and match menus featuring kid s favorite topics, like animals, families, farms, and food, will engage young ones while easing their transition to school Whether you re hungry for a full course feast or prefer to order la carte, this flexible resource dishes upPractical, up to date early literacy information that help storytime organizers understand how children grow and learnDetailed program menus to enable storytime planners to establish uniformity in content, important for early literacy Original flannelboard activities, poems, games, and fingerplays incorporating science, math, and poetryA varied selection of mix and match books to help create appealing, perfectly seasoned menusWith the guidance provided by this resource, the storytimes you cook up will be delicious and nutritious
    Cooking Up a Storytime Mix And Match Menus for Easy Programming Tired of leftovers Ready to cook up some new storytimes ones that integrate books and games with math science and early literacy activities These mix and match menus featuring kid s favorite topics

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    1. Anderson Newham, an early learning supervising librarian and storyteller, provides menus for library storytime programs with children, with a focus on preschool storytimes She describes how children grow and learn, storytime planning, storytime ingredients books, fingerplays, flannelboards, games, math, science, and poetry, with specific suggestions , then presents the menus, which relate to specific themes and include three suggested fiction titles, a suggested informational title, fingerplay o [...]

    2. This book was a delightful storytime resource I am excited to put some of the ideas into practice Much of the information was already familiar to me, but it was nice to have a refresher with some new ideas I also like that there are some updated titles added.

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