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Animals the Numbers Book 1 (Bridys Books Casaba and Crenshaws Funtimes) by Bridy Sacks

Animals

the Numbers Book 1 (Bridys Books Casaba and Crenshaws Funtimes) by Bridy Sacks

Published September 16th 2010
ISBN :
Kindle Edition
218 pages
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Animals by the Numbers Book 1By Bridy SacksIf you like children’s stories in a style similar to “The Cat in the Hat” featuring groups of animals working together and having fun- with games, challenges and activities included, then this book is forMoreAnimals by the Numbers Book 1By Bridy SacksIf you like children’s stories in a style similar to “The Cat in the Hat” featuring groups of animals working together and having fun- with games, challenges and activities included, then this book is for you.“Animals by the Numbers Book 1” by Bridy Sacks includes numerous stories in verse format of groups of animals cooperating and solving problems together. It is intended for kids of all ages, particularly those four to twelve years of age. The underlying theme is one of making decisions by group consent, combining efforts and talents to solve problems, developing environmental awareness, respecting the opinions of others and sharing the fruits of group success. Readers are encouraged to build their own Fun Book in order to make and decorate their own stories from the original stories-just as they choose.The stories incorporate a variety of sensory and learning elements for the reader, including presenting the stories in verse format to encourage an appreciation of rhyme and rhythm, facilitate silent and audible reading, promote artistic and self-expression, introduce new and advanced words and develop vocabulary and sentence structure-all while having loads of fun on their own or with friends and family through a variety of exciting games, challenges, questions and tasks.Bridy Sacks’ long-held motto is “The very best way to learn is by having fun!” and he sets out to do just this in all his works. “It’s all about Edufun!” an approach which is the outcome of many years as teacher, instructor and trainer in a variety of educational and workplace settings. He considers storytelling a key element to effective and joyful learning. “When we hear a story, it encourages us to create our own story from the original, filling it with visual elements, mental images and emotions from our own experiences, thoughts, feelings and memories. It’s all about being part of the story- the way we want to see, experience and appreciate the story. Storytelling stimulates story making. This book enhances that process. Readers are encouraged to produce an activity book from the original story using whatever forms and types of material they choose-those things which fit perfectly into the fabric of the story they are weaving for themselves.”