READ IT AGAIN!
Introducing Literature to Young Children
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By Libby Miller and Liz Rothlein. By reading aloud to children, and then accompanying the readings with meaningful activities, teachers using this book can motivate youngsters to love books, know how to think and talk about fiction, and understand how literature provides insights into the human condition. Lesson plans include discussion guides, learning-center activities, parent-involvement plans, and reproducible handouts supporting eight popular books: The Carrot Seed, Do You Want to Be My Friend?, Goodnight Moon, Here Are My Hands, If You Give a Mouse a Cookie, Where’s Spot?, Whose Mouse Are You?, andBrown Bear, Brown Bear, What Do You See? Grades pre-K. 8½" x 11". Good Year. 100 pages. ©1992.
This title is part of the series: READ IT AGAIN!