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Reading is one of the most important abilities for kids to study and be safe. This is why our kids should have many good experience of out of class work. It is my favorite way to use storybooks as a source of ideas for my work. While reading, the kids become so much engaged in the character and storyline that they create a great starting point for the introduction of different ways of typing.
Aliki's My Fiveenses - A great way to help kids use a description of how things and humans look, sniff, touch, ring and tastes in their work. Zooming by Itsvan Banyai - An astonishing, silent novel that shows that there is always more than you can see at first glance.
It can be used to show kids that the more they write in using Descripting Languages, the more lively it becomes. Engage future authors in your lifetime to "zoom" their writings by including even the smallest notions. Wallace's Lists by Barbara Bottner & Gerald Kruglik - A beautiful and inspiring work.
Printout this listing document and have it ready at the end of the film. Sara Fanelli's My Map Books - A beautiful guide full of imaginative cards. Creating a cardiac card is a great way to create many great themes to work on. And the best letter comes when we start thinking about the things we like most.
A heart-warming novel that catches the meaning of telling stories from one culture to the next. Marus Pfister's Q&A - This is a great source of ideas for us to write and record all our day-to-day work. This is a term that The Boy Who Love Words playfully awakens to the heart of this child.
Create a shortlist of your favourite words and add them to your texts. Roni Schotter's Nothing Ever Happens on 90% St. - Inspires kids to recall that every single moment is full of little ones that can be written down and turned into big tales. Eileen Spinelli's best tale - A great memory for kids that their letter should come from the soul and be a means of self-expression.