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📒Barnyard Dance ✍ Sandra Boynton
✏Barnyard Dance Book Summary : A bespectacled fiddle-playing cow and a pig twirling a sheep are featured in a barnyard dance.
📒Full Moon Barnyard Dance ✍ Carole Lexa Schaefer
✏Full Moon Barnyard Dance Book Summary : 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.
📒Implementing The National Dance Education Standards ✍ National Dance Association
✏Implementing the National Dance Education Standards Book Summary : 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.
📒Teaching Children Dance ✍ Theresa Purcell Cone
✏Teaching Children Dance Book Summary : "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.
📒The Saag Club ✍ Infinity Publishing
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📒The Joys Of Barnyard Music ✍ Jon Garate
✏The Joys of Barnyard Music Book Summary : So, what in thunder is Barnyard Music, anyway? Simply put, it is music for funmusic for amateursmusic for people who love music, but think they have no talent for singing or playing an instrument. Here comes Barnyard Music, to get you past the idea that because you think you have no talent, you cannot enjoy anything beyond listening. Within the pages of this little book, you will find at the very least, one inspiration to encourage you to go ahead and sing, or learn to play at the least, in some simple form, a musical instrument. This is not a book to teach you the mechanics of playing. It is not a book for those who wish to be rich and famous. It is not a book for those who wish to play refined, note perfect music. It is not a book about singing in perfect pitch, or even being able to carry a tune. What it is about, hopefully, is a book of inspirational stories, and Barnyard Music Theory that will encourage you to go ahead and enjoy musicyour own personal, internal musicat whatever level of talent you possess. And it is my belief that anyone who can set aside any tendencies towards perfectionism, can enjoy making their own music, and just about everybody has a song inside. Hopefully you will find something in the pages of this book that will help you to set that song free.
📒A Faith Encompassing All Creation ✍ Tripp York
✏A Faith Encompassing All Creation Book Summary : 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.
✏Read Rhyme and Romp Early Literacy Skills and Activities for Librarians Teachers and Parents Book Summary : Designed to promote literacy in young children and to empower parents, educators, and librarians, this guide is filled with simple strategies, creative activities, and detailed instructions that help make reading fun. • Recommended book lists for promoting reading • An overview of basic strategies and components of an early literacy program • Helpful outline of pre-literacy skills required for reading success • Detailed instructions for early literacy activities
📒A Nannys Day The Professional Way ✍ Kristin Laubenthal
✏A Nannys Day the Professional Way Book Summary : A Nanny’s Day – The Professional Way! is an ultimate curriculum book designed for the professional early childhood nanny. Naturally; any stay-at-home parent, early childhood teacher, or home child care provider can utilize the ideas in this book. Kristin strongly believes that every professional nanny should have learning experiences intended for the day. This book includes ideas from nine curricular areas - art, cooking, language, math, motor skills, music, science, social studies, and health, safety, and nutrition. The ideas are made to not only teach the children in your care, but are also inexpensive and uncomplicated. She gives lesson plans and activity ideas based upon three concepts: The Nanny’s Creative Curriculum, The Nanny’s Literacy Curriculum, and The Nanny’s Thematic Curriculum. Kristin also gives developmentally appropriate sample schedules for children between the ages of zero to five.
📒One Nation Under Dog ✍ Michael Schaffer
✏One Nation Under Dog Book Summary : A witty, insightful, and affectionate examination of how and why we spend billions on our pets, and what this tells us about ourselves In 2003, Michael Schaffer and his wife drove to a rural shelter and adopted an emaciated, dreadlocked Saint Bernard who they named Murphy. They vowed that they'd never become the kind of people who send dogs named Baxter and Sonoma out to get facials, or shell out for $12,000 hip replacements. But then they started to get weird looks from the in-laws: You hired a trainer? Your vet prescribed antidepressants? So Schaffer started poking around and before long happened on an astonishing statistic: the pet industry, estimated at $43 billion this year, was just $17 billion barely a decade earlier. One Nation Under Dog is about America's pet obsession—the explosion, over the past generation, of an industry full of pet masseuses, professional dog-walkers, organic kibble, leash-law militants, luxury pet spas, veterinary grief counselors, upscale dog shampoos, and the like: a booming economy that is evidence of tremendous and rapid change in the status of America's pets. Schaffer provides a surprising and lively portrait of our country—as how we treat our pets reflects evolving ideas about domesticity, consumerism, politics, and family—through this fabulously reported and sympathetic look at both us and our dogs.