Description : Early readers can learn how to make their very own gingerbread man in this step-by-step instructional nonfiction book. Bright, vivid photos and a glossary of tools required give children an opportunity to immerse themselves in craft-making.
Description : This irresistible retelling of the Gingerbread Man by Jim Aylesworth and illustrated by Barbara McClintock is a perfect treat for cookie lovers everywhere.
Description : Reading and writing are the most important skills a child acquires during his or her lifetime--and it all begins in the early childhood classroom, where creative play, discovery and time to explore are at the heart of a developmentally appropriate and child-centered curriculum. Striking a balance between these often competing priorities can challenge even the most experienced educator.
Description : A freshly baked gingerbread man escapes when he is taken out of the oven and eludes a number of pursuers until he meets a clever fox.
Description : A freshly baked gingerbread man escapes when he is taken out of the oven and eludes a series of nursery rhyme characters who hope to eat him until meeting up with a clever fox. Includes recipe.
Description : Helps you to learn: to TELL a story aloud; to READ the story yourself 1) Follow the simple story 2) Look at the pictures for help 3) Find the missing pictures 4) Find the missing sentences and put them in the right places 5) Read the complete story
Description : "Run, run, run as fast as you can - you can't catch me, I'm the gingerbread man!" Follow the gingerbread man with his famous refrain as he runs away from Molly and her Mum who have baked and decorated him for their tea. It's never too early to introduce children to the magic and wonder of classic tales. Familiar characters are brought to life at each turn of the page with spellbinding artwork and lyrical writing. A visual glossary at the beginning introduces new vocabulary and promotes understanding. A lively activity at the end invites discussion and will make even the very youngest children want to return to these story books again and again. There's even a gingerbread recipe to make your very own gingerbread man! Fairy tales and classic stories are a vital introduction to the basics of storytelling like setting, characters and plot. They boost a child's imagination and also teach valuable life lessons about good overcoming evil, the difference between right and wrong and the importance of rising to a challenge. Also available: Goldilocks and the Three Bears, Cinderella, Little Red Riding Hood, The Three Little Pigs, The Ugly Duckling, The Three Billy Goats Gruff, Jack and the Beanstalk
Description : If you are a parent of small children these stories will tell you what is, and is not acceptable in a typical Kindergarten classroom. If you are a Kindergarten teacher you will be quite familiar with the antics of five or six year old students. If you are a Kindergartener these stories will sound like some of their own classmates. In other words this is just the way it is! The stories included in this book took place in a real Kindergarten classroom. The names have been changed to protect the innocent. Ellie Kurth, the illustrator for The Gingerbread Man goes to Kindergarten is an 8th grader and a student at Pleasant Valley Junior High School in Bettendorf, Iowa. She is also the Joyce Kramers Granddaughter.
Description : The Gingerbread Man is the fairytale classic about a gingerbread boy that comes to life and runs away from a variety of characters that want to eat him! Nobody can catch the gingerbread man, but what will he do when he reaches the river? This special edition of the well-loved story contains exclusive lessons and activities that support the new Curriculum for Wales 2022. Aimed at Progression Steps 1 and 2 (US Grade Pre-School to Grade 1).
Description : PERFECT FOR NEW AND SEASONED EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATORS AND CAREGIVERS! Art is vital to learning experiences, and this book promotes the integration of art and children's literature. It helps improve student performance in other subject areas as well. It plays an important role in the curriculum .Often times talking with children about their ideas help to get them started on their own creative thought process. The activities in this book are directed which means that the activity is initiated by an adult, the materials are supplied and the topic is proposed. Each art lesson is combined with a children's book. The activities in this book guide children to a disciplined and discriminating approach to their art. Being exposed to art vocabulary will make it easier to find expression. The wide range of stimuli, materials and techniques presented will permit overall flexibility in a child's expressiveness. The primary goal is to focus on the process of creating. This book will aid in simplifying instruction and reducing the amount of preparation needed. Not only will it be extremely helpful to a new teacher, but it will also assist experienced teachers that are looking for novel approached to integrate art with other subjects.