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150 Screen Free Activities for Kids

Author : Asia Citro
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Bring back playtime, all the time! Dive into a Bubbling Swamp World. Drum on an Outdoor Sound Wall. Explore the gooeyness of Glowing Slime. With the one-of-a-kind projects in 150+ Screen-Free Activities for Kids, your family will rediscover the spirit of imaginative play! These fun activities help develop your child's creativity and skills--all without a screen in sight. Featuring step-by-step instructions and beautiful photographs, each budget-friendly project will keep your child entertained, engaged, and learning all day long. Best of all, no one will complain about turning off the TV or computer with such entertaining activities as: Natural Dye Fingerpaints Taste-Safe, Gluten-Free Playdough Erupting Volcano Dinosaur World Fizzy Rainbow Slush Taste-Safe Glow Water Complete with dozens of exercises for babies, toddlers, and school-aged children, 150+ Screen-Free Activities for Kids will help your family step away from your devices and step into endless afternoons of playtime fun!

More 365 Activities for Kids

Author : Peter Wyart
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Another collection of activities, Bible stories, and puzzle questions—one for each day of the year. Each page includes a Bible story as well as an activity picture, day of the week, and prayer.

Independent Reading Activities That Keep Kids Learning While You Teach Small Groups

Author : Susan Finney
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"50 engaging reproductible activity sheets, management strategies, and tips for differentiating instruction that help kids build key strategies independently"--Cover.

Rhymes Riddles Reasoning Activities to Make Kids Think Grade Pre K

Author : Lynne R. Weaver
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"When one of these activities is added to the daily group time, children have opportunities to actively practice skills in visual discrimination, listening, creative thinking, problem solving, and talking in front of their peers. The 10 to 15 minute activities encourage young students to ask questions, take risks, brainstorm, and apply previously acquired information." -- from back cover.

Career Ideas for Kids Who Like Adventure and Travel

Author : Diane Lindsey Reeves
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Adventurous or globe-trotting jobs do exist outside of the movies and television. For kids thinking about making a career out of exploring new horizons, this book will be a welcome resource. Career Ideas for Kids Who Like Adventure and Travel, Second Edition clues kids in on action-packed jobs in various exciting fields. By providing step-by-step self-assessment followed by a series of job profiles, this illustrated book helps kids identify their personality traits to better match themselves to possible fast-paced careers. Resources for further research and expanded career discovery activities encourage further exploration for adventure-minded kids. Completely revised and updated, this guide is a great starting point for kids seeking a career filled with adventure and travel.

101 Math Activities for Calculating Kids

Author : Tracey Ann Schofield
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Explore math concepts, explore "real-world" situations, encourage logical thinking, motivate your students.

101 Social Studies Activities for Curious Kids eBook

Author : Tracey Ann Schofield
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101 Social Studies Activities for Curious Kids is a unique collection of easy and enjoyable writing activities designed to stimulate social awareness, creative thinking and self-expression in children ages six and older. Embracing the author's "if it's fun, kids will do it" educational philosophy, this book lets children explore the fundamental nature of community by getting them to write about what they know best - themselves. Divided into five critical social science strands - Relationships, Rules and Responsibilities; Traditions and Celebrations; Days Gone By; My Community; and The Global Village - this book uses simple directions and descriptive written examples to lead children through 101 timeless activities that will help them to establish important connections between past, present and future; to develop a basic understanding of heritage and citizenship and to begin to decipher their role as social beings in the local community and society at large.

Rhymes Riddles Reasoning Activities to Make Kids Think Grade K

Author : Lynne R. Weaver
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Therapeutic Activities for Children and Teens Coping with Health Issues

Author : Robyn Hart
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Winner of the American Journal of Nursing Book of the Year 2011 (Category: Maternal And Child Health) Building on children's natural inclinations to pretend and reenact, play therapy is widely used in the treatment of psychological problems in childhood. This book is the only one of its kind with more than 200 therapeutic activities specifically designed for working with children and teenagers within the healthcare system. It provides evidence-based, age-appropriate activities for interventions that promote coping. The activities target topics such as separation anxiety, self-esteem issues, body image, death, isolation, and pain. Mental health practitioners will appreciate its "cookbook" format, with quickly read and implemented activities.

Kid s Karate Activity Book

Author : George Avalon
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An ideal book for kids aged 5 to 12 just starting Karate, or for those interested in starting. While this kid's Karate book covers the things most other books do (how to punch, kick, and block), this book aims to allow kids to step inside the Karate tradition- to understand the essence of Karate. To engage kids minds it is a Karate activity book. It starts by teaches kids about the Karate tradition: about the Samurai, Okinawa, and Buddhism. It then draws upon the Karate tradition to answer moral questions such as when is it right to use Karate, and about the the 'Spirit of Karate'. The book then prepares kids for their Karate journey. It introduces bowing, what Karate kids wear; the Karate belt system; and points out the pitfalls they may face when they take up Karate. It is only after these things are covered that the book turns to the Karate techniques themselves. It introduces the basic punches, kicks, and blocks. This leads the way about how to learn Kata. The book ends with a parent's guide.