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Making Friends Prek 3

Author : Ruth Herron Ross
ISBN : 9781629141251
Genre : Education
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Research shows that a child's social and behavioral skills affect the development of cognitive and physical abilities. Set students on a path to success and have fun doing it with this newly retitled edition of the popular Wanna Play. The authors provide hundreds of activities that help children learn how to behave appropriately and make friends. Included are tools for teaching emotion regulation, team playing, and body safety to all children, making this resource ideal for use in inclusive settings. New features include: A social interaction checklist for identifying learners' strengths and weaknesses Teacher-friendly activities that can be used in small groups or with the whole class A chapter on teaching emotions and communication skills Students with social challenges benefit from direct instruction, and early intervention helps prevent behavior problems and pave the way to academic success. This hands-on guidebook gives teachers, counselors, behavior therapists, and caregivers a wealth of easily implemented and fun-filled ways to enhance children's skills in all areas of social interaction.
Category: Education

Spot Loves His Friends

Author : Eric Hill
ISBN : 0399254501
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
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Spot and his friends like playing with toys, flying kites, and making music together.
Category: Juvenile Fiction

Validate Me How My Mom S Hoarding Kind Of Messed Me Up

Author : Melissa Patton
ISBN : 9781304957740
Genre : Self-Help
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Compulsive hoarding damages house structures, threatens safety and health, drains bank accounts, and estranges a hoarder from the rest of society. It goes way beyond just saving stuff. It goes deeper than just being a pack-rat. It is a very real disorder, and it affects more than the hoarder. In this brief memoir, Melissa shares her struggles growing up as the daughter of a hoarder, her reality TV experience and the events that followed, and her journey through the therapy she did not realize she needed. "Validate Me! (How my mom's hoarding kind of messed me up.)" opens your eyes to the most important "things" that get destroyed under the piles.
Category: Self-Help

Storybook Birthday Parties

Author : Cindy Dingwall
ISBN : 1579500153
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
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Highlight your reading program by celebrating the birthday of one or more of 30 popular children's storybook characters.
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Spot The Differences Puzzle Fun

Author : Fran Newman-D'Amico
ISBN : 9780486438412
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
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Entertaining, colorable puzzles invite youngsters to stretch their minds as they identify differences in 27 double-page pictures.
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Spot The Difference Puzzles For Language Learning Fun

Author : David DeRocco
ISBN : 9781895451290
Genre : English language
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Spot the differences puzzles are the ones where you are given nearly identical drawings and you must spot the eight differences. This book consists of 50 spot the differences puzzles. But it is more than just a puzzle book. Each of the 50 drawings is on a subject that students must know about: things like giving directions, taking a driver's test, going to see a doctor, going to a job interview or asking a question in class. Each unit is a self-contained lesson on one of these subjects. To begin with each unit is four pages long. Students are first given a single, error free copy of the drawing, with which they identify objects in the drawing and brainstorm vocabulary. Next your students read a paragraph which tells the story of the drawing. Now your students come up with a title for the unit. Page two has the two copies of the drawing, with and without missing items, and space to write down what they are. Following this are a variety of vocabulary exercises and word puzzles. There is a close dictation and each unit provides a couple of personal interpretation questions, as well. There is a complete answer key.
Category: English language

Spot S New Friend

Author : Eric Hill
ISBN : 0241351669
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Spot's going to Australia! For the first time ever, Spot is setting off on some special Australian adventures, meeting new friends and learning new things. In this story Spot is having fun at the beach, trying out surfing - and learning it's not as easy as it looks! A fantastic first experiences story - perfect for reassuring little ones who are trying new things.

More Fun With Our Friends

Author : Helen Mansfield Robinson
ISBN : STANFORD:36105049373710
Genre : Language Arts & Disciplines
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Category: Language Arts & Disciplines


Author : Kathy Hussey-Arntson
ISBN : 9780738593753
Genre : History
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Wilmette is best known for its tree-lined, brick-paved streets, nice homes, and lovely lakefront. Yet a peek beneath this placid suburban surface reveals a surprisingly lively history, ranging from the early years of hardscrabble farms carved out of dense forest to decades of conflict with German-speaking tavern owners in the culturally distinctive village of Gross Point. "No Man's Land" along Sheridan Road once sported a dazzling movie palace and a Jazz Age nightclub, along with hot dog stands, beach clubs, and speakeasies that defied Wilmette's buttoned-down reputation. The huge engineering effort to reverse the flow of the Chicago River bestowed on the village a cozy harbor and a busy lakefront park, both soon dominated by the massively incongruous but serenely beautiful Baha'i Temple. Hometown to such diverse figures as Charlton Heston, Ann-Margret, Bill Murray, Pete Wentz, and Rahm Emanuel, Wilmette has long been a fine place to grow up, as well as a bustling, civic-minded community with more than its share of surprises.
Category: History