Travel the Globe: Story Times, Activities, and Crafts for Children, 2nd Edition (Paperback)Desiree Webber (author), Dee Ann Corn (author), Elaine R. Harrod (author), Sandy Shropshire (author), Shereen Rasor (author), Donna Norvell (author)
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This book assists the busy professional with ready-to-use materials to present entertaining, educational, and age-appropriate programs that introduce young learners to countries and cultures around the world.
The result of a collaboration of children's librarians and educators with over 70 years' combined experience, Travel the Globe: Story Times, Activities, and Crafts for Children, Second Edition offers the busy librarian, teacher, or media specialist with ready-to-use resources that introduce children to countries and cultures around the world. It provides recommended books, stories, action rhymes, fingerplays, games, and activities that can be used to plan a series of programs or a single activity that are both entertaining and educational.
The book is organized alphabetically by country, with simple, low-cost craft ideas included in each chapter. All crafts use low-cost supplies and are simple to prepare and execute. At least two craft projects are included in each chapter: one for preschoolers, with suggestions for additional simplification; and another designed for children in kindergarten through third grade. The wide variety of resources within makes this book a valuable investment, as it will be useful year after year with new presentations and activities.
Number of pages: 265
Weight: 771 g
Dimensions: 277 x 216 x 20 mm
Edition: 2nd Revised edition
"Veteran storytellers and beginners alike can find ideas for flannel-board stories and games, as well as other suggestions for media such as a CD or DVD to use in programming. Attractive reproducible outlines, which can be embellished, aid in creating flannel-board patterns or simple finger puppets. This edition keeps the information from the original book, but it has been updated with more current titles in the bibliography, new media choices, and new sources for craft ideas." - School Library Journal
"This text could be a worthwhile find for librarians and other professionals who want ready-to-use resources or an introduction to global storytimes and activities." - Booklist Online
"This resource guide is designed to assist librarians, media specialists, teachers, parents, and caregivers working with preschoolers and children through third grade. It provides useful resources for story-hour activities, focusing on a variety of countries around the world. . . . The many ideas and reproducible activities included in the guide make it a valuable resource for children's librarians in public or school settings." - ARBA
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