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Starting with Stories: Engaging Multiple Intelligences Through Children's Books

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Featuring one hundred well-loved and easily available children’s books, Starting with Stories has more than 1,500 activities to actively engage every learning style. This literature-based resource book combines quality children’s books, learning centers, and multiple intelligences to give teachers a comprehensive, creative curriculum.


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Featuring one hundred well-loved and easily available children’s books, Starting with Stories has more than 1,500 activities to actively engage every learning style. This literature-based resource book combines quality children’s books, learning centers, and multiple intelligences to give teachers a comprehensive, creative curriculum.

27 review for Starting with Stories: Engaging Multiple Intelligences Through Children's Books

  1. 5 out of 5

    Andrew

    Nearly Perfect Early Literacy Book: It uses multiple Caldecott Award winners (as most libraries or educators would probably have them) as well as other popular titles; some of the books may no longer be in circulation or as widely circulated (which is why I say nearly perfect). The book offers up unique ideas with over 100 books utilizing activities to incorporate, language arts, writing, reading, music, dance, dramatic play, art, crafts, cooking, math, science, architecture, gross motor skills, Nearly Perfect Early Literacy Book: It uses multiple Caldecott Award winners (as most libraries or educators would probably have them) as well as other popular titles; some of the books may no longer be in circulation or as widely circulated (which is why I say nearly perfect). The book offers up unique ideas with over 100 books utilizing activities to incorporate, language arts, writing, reading, music, dance, dramatic play, art, crafts, cooking, math, science, architecture, gross motor skills, fine motor skills, social skills, history and more. Each book utilizes at least 6 of these ideals, and includes additional ideas/books for more on each subject. Everything from colors, sciences, animals, history, fairytales/folklore/tall tales, are included;

  2. 5 out of 5

    Christine Turner

    Have you ever picked up a book and thought "this is the book I should have written?" Well, maybe I should have but Pam Schiller and Pat Phipps beat me to it. That being said, they did a great job making this a storytime resource book that is easy to use. What I like most about the book is that they understand the various types of learning styles and incorperate activities to meet the needs of all children. Featuring 100 well-loved children's books, Starting with Stories has more than 1500 activi Have you ever picked up a book and thought "this is the book I should have written?" Well, maybe I should have but Pam Schiller and Pat Phipps beat me to it. That being said, they did a great job making this a storytime resource book that is easy to use. What I like most about the book is that they understand the various types of learning styles and incorperate activities to meet the needs of all children. Featuring 100 well-loved children's books, Starting with Stories has more than 1500 activities to actively engage every learning style. First, choose one of the 100 popular children's books to read together. Then enhance the experience with ideas for learning centers, activities, and literacy experiences. Connect with children's eight multiple intelligences through creative and engaging math, art, dramatic play, fine motor, writing, blocks, science, and discovery activities. It's all here, everything you need to bring the magic of good books to all areas of your busy classroom! Here are just a few of the children's books included: Brown Bear, Brown Bear, What Do You See? Chicka Chicka Boom Boom The Doorbell Rang Freight Train If You Give a Mouse a Cookie It Looked Like Spilt Milk In the Tall, Tall Grass The Itsy, Bitsy Spider The Little Engine That Could Make Way for Ducklings The Napping House Owl Babies Silly Sally Why Mosquitoes Buzz in People's Ears

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    Michelle

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    Diane

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    Keri

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    Michelle

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    Grace Neville

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    Sancha

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    Rebekah

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    Anh

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    Belinda Sharp

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    Sarah

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    R

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    Di

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    Chandrakala Ramesh

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    Serene

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    Fullcycle

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    Ashley bethel

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    Caroline

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    Om Prakash

  26. 4 out of 5

    Chris Cucore

  27. 5 out of 5

    Saravanakumar

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