From new action rhymes and fingerplay ideas to creative crafts and songs that teach, this new resource belongs in every library that serves young children. Designed to work in tandem with Carolyn Cullum's popular "The Storytime Sourcebook", this new resource keeps the same thematic collection of programs but provides new books, songs, videos, activities, and more - virtually doubling your programming possibilities when you use both books together! You'll discover new ideas for programs related to children's physical, emotional, and intellectual needs. Cullum focuses on the diverse themes that intrigue children and prepare them for their upcoming school experiences, such as the alphabet, body parts, animals, babysitters, bedtime, birthdays, boats, manners, the circus, clocks, clothing, nature, fairy tales, food, friendship, kites, insects, safety, oceans, grandparents, glasses, and more. "Storytime Sourcebook II" includes: 145+ thematic ideas for storytimes; 2,222 recommendations for books to use in storytimes; 685 video suggestions; 296 crafts; 292 activities; 149 songs; and, 146 musical movement ideas. A total of 3,790 possible programs make this a must-have resource. With both "The Storytime Sourcebook" and "The Storytime Sourcebook II", you can have infinite possibilities for making the most of your children's collection.
A missile tears a passenger plane from the skies over London. Everyone on board is killed, including thirty-seven children. As terror turns to international chaos, can the government survive . . . ?
This heartwarming collection of ten Bible stories is ideal for reassuring and comforting toddlers at the end of the day. Each story is retold across 2 double pages, leaving room for Claudine Gevry's colourful pictures and a bedtime prayer to share. Stories include: Who Made the World?; The First Rainbow; Abraham and the Night Sky; The Baby in the Basket; Jonah and the Great Big Fish; Daniel and the Lions; Baby Jesus; The Boy Jesus; The Scary Storm; and The Lost Sheep.
This interactive series makes developing language skills exciting for primary.
In Gems of a Lifetime, Barbara Patton Unger shares 'gems' of light that she has mined in her life. Her metaphor of Gemstones for these illuminations points to a glorious and loving God.She focuses on the precious jewels of light discovered from growing up in her hometown of Joplin, Missouri and gives voice to Oracles of Wisdom gained through, and sometimes in spite of, religious affiliation. She then honors the greatest light of all - the essence of the divine within us. She shows God's goodness IS 'OUR' glory; and these "gemstones" point us to our own days of Heaven on Earth. Awakened to the truth of our "spiritual DNA," she presents her treasures to help others recognize how, even in the midst of sorrows, God can enrich their lives if they look for, value and mine their own sparkling gems.
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