Finger Rhymes

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Lorenz Educational Press, Sep 1, 2009 - Performing Arts - 64 pages
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Poetry is valuable for stimulating young children's brain growth. Combine poetry with fun movements, and you've got an effective way to actively involve them in exploring science, math and language arts concepts. These finger rhymes cover themes such as technology, outer space, colors, fruit, animals' life cycles, plants, sharing, birthdays, other cultures, and numbers. What fun your children will have as they pretend to drive a car through a tunnel, fly on an airplane, float to the moon and personify numbers. They'll enjoy pretending to be growing animals, bouncing balls, rolling apples and newborn chicks. Plug these rhymes into your daily routine for fun enrichment during gym, science, math or language arts lessons. They'll transform your classroom lessons into live action!
 

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Contents

Computer World
5
Mars
11
Green Scene
17
Apple Sack
23
Carrot Crop
29
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About the author (2009)

Lily Erlic is a preschool teacher and freelance writer from Victoria, British Columbia. She is the author of several books of children's resources, including Read to Me Rhymes: Seasons, and her work has also appeared in Shining Star (now known as Bible Pathways magazine).

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