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PostSubject: Stories in Action   Sat Dec 18, 2010 11:36 am

Promote the love of story, familiarize children with a variety of story
forms and stimulate curiosity in diverse subjects while building basic
literacy skills. In this guide, dozens of enchanting stories from
around the world are accompanied by simple learning extensions for
children (ages 4 through 8) that build such important literacy skills
as print awareness, print motivation, vocabulary, phonological
awareness, listening skills, and predicting and sequencing skills. Each
of the 14 chapters begins with an interactive, illustrated folktale
finger play as the starting point for a range of literacy building
activities such as acting out, re-telling, writing, and discussions;
and ends with a short list of related books. A great resource for
library story hour, the book will also be invaluable to storytellers,
teachers, day care centers, and after school programs. Grades PreK-3.


Enchant children with these interactive stories while building a solid
foundation for literacy in young learners. This guide is designed to
promote in children (ages 4 through 8) the love of story, familiarize
them with a variety of story forms, stimulate curiosity in diverse
subjects, and build literacy skills. It offers approximately 40
engaging and interactive tales from around the world along with related
activities, and it provides educators and storytellers with a wealth of
exciting material for literacy and storytelling programs. The book is
organized in three sections-Exploring Structures of Stories, Exploring
Themes and Characters through Stories, and Exploring Cultures through
Stories. Each of the 14 chapters begins with an interactive,
illustrated folktale finger play as starting point for a range of
literacy building activities such as acting out, re-telling, writing,
and discussions. Related stories and picture book references build upon
such themes as tall tales, sharing, magical helpers, and the rain
forest. Tips for working with younger children, as well as gifted and
older children are also included. Grades PreK-3.
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