Hands Around the World: 365 Creative Ways to Build Cultural Awareness & Global Respect

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Gareth Stevens Pub., Jan 1, 1999 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 160 pages
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Kids can do amazing things if they are given the resources and the opportunities. Williamson Kids Can! "RM" books are filled with creative experiences for hands-on fun and learning. Every volume contains dozens of experiments, activities, and craft projects. Each one is sure to challenge and motivate young scientists and naturalists. Enough activities are presented to fill an entire school year with daily learning experiences. Each project uses simple materials that are inexpensive and easily found.

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Review: Hands Around the World: 365 Creative Ways to Build Cultural Awareness & Global Respect

User Review  - Amanda - Goodreads

I like how this one was set up as a one-a-day craft/info thing. Could be very useful in supplementary social/global studies education. Read full review

Review: Hands Around the World: 365 Creative Ways to Build Cultural Awareness & Global Respect

User Review  - Georgiana - Goodreads

Has a multicultural activity for every day of the year. Read full review

Contents

HOW TO USE THIS
9
A WORD TO PARENTS
16
Alphabet Soup
19
Copyright

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About the author (1999)

Susan Milord is the creator of many wonderful books for young readers, including "The Kids' Nature Book", "Willa the Wonderful", "Love That Baby!", and "Three About Thurston". She lives in Vermont, where she keeps an eye out for special pebbles.

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