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📒Sharing Time ✍ Elizabeth Verdick
✏Sharing Time Book Summary : Sometimes it’s fun to share, and sometimes it’s hard. This book offers toddlers simple choices (take turns, use the toy together, wait for another time) to make sharing easier, and shows them where to turn for help when sharing is difficult. Little ones learn that sharing can mean double the fun—and sharing a while can make someone smile! Includes tips for parents and caregivers.
📒Sharing Time ✍ Jonathan Peale
✏Sharing Time Book Summary : Students will learn that sharing time can be fun when spent with classmates and friends. Read and sing along to practice this important skill. Text is paired with engaging music and colorful illustrations. This hardcover book comes with CD and online music access.
📒Computer Literature Bibliography 1964 1967 ✍ W. W. Youden
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📒Teaching First Grade ✍ Min Hong
✏Teaching First Grade Book Summary : A mentor teacher shares insights, strategies and lessons for teaching reading, writing and math--and laying the foundation for learning success.
📒Sharing Time Fun ✍ Pam Carity
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📒Sharing Time ✍ Arrell, Lou
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📒Children S Emergent Literacy ✍ David F. Lancy
✏Children s Emergent Literacy Book Summary : "...a significant contribution to the dynamic field of emergent literacy. Highly recommended..." Choice
📒Jaxon Dinosaurs ✍ Michael Luther
✏Jaxon Dinosaurs Book Summary : Jaxon & Dinosaurs Sharing Time... Exploring FriendsDin-o-saur* means "terrible lizard," Some say that they would "roar."At times, friends may "roar" and mess up. But-friends help each other "be" better. They don't keep score. * Greek WordThroughout Jaxon & Dinosaurs Sharing Time? Exploring Friends,an expressive, engaging, educational book for children of all ages, Michael Luther aka "Poppy," puts words in the mouths of dinosaurs to encourage readers to not only learn about dinosaurs but to nurture friends/friendships. For example: Tyrannosaurus aka T-Rex (tyrant lizard) tie-RAN-oh-sore-us, says, "To have friends, you have to first be friendly. When you treat others the way you want to be treated, you become a true friend.T. Rex, a tyrannical (ferocious) dinosaur measured approximately 39 feet long and weighed almost seven tons. This dinosaur could bite with more force than any other terrestrial (one that lives on the ground) animal-ever.In addition to featuring 11 dinosaurs plus Pteranodon and Leviathan, Jaxon & Dinosaurs Sharing Time? reminds readers: Friendship isn't about who you've known the longest, it's about who walked into your life, said "I'm here for you," and proved it." ~ UnknownGod did that for you.. for me...for yOur friendsHe gave His Son, Jesus Christ, to die for our sinsso that "Whosoever" believes in Himmay have eternal life. ~ John 3:16As MIchael struggles with writing due to a stroke in his past, he included the following prayer for readers:The Lord bless you and keep you;The Lord make His face shine upon you,And be gracious to you;The Lord lift up His countenance upon you,And give you peace. ~ Numbers 6:24-26
📒Time Sharing On Stage ✍ Sirkku Aaltonen
✏Time sharing on Stage Book Summary : This text compares theatre texts to apartments where tenants may make considerable changes. Translated texts should be seen in relation to the tenants, who respond to various codes in the surrounding societies in their effort to integrate the texts into a sociocultural discourse of their time.
📒Time In Feminist Phenomenology ✍ Christina Schües
✏Time in Feminist Phenomenology Book Summary : The contributors to this international volume take up questions about a phenomenology of time that begins with and attunes to gender issues. Themes such as feminist conceptions of time, change and becoming, the body and identity, memory and modes of experience, and the relevance of time as a moral and political question, shape Time in Feminist Phenomenology and allow readers to explore connections between feminist philosophy, phenomenology, and time. With its insistence on the importance of gender experience to the experience of time, this volume is a welcome opening to new and critical thinking about being, knowledge, aesthetics, and ethics.