Packaged as a classroom kit, this unique tool is just what early childhood educators are looking for to keep parents actively involved as their child's first teacher. Students work at home with parents to create each page in their personal book to tell about themselves and what is important to them. Students share their creations with classmates as a way to build a caring classroom family. At the end of the year, the student takes his/her personal creation home to keep. Great tool for encouraging regular communication between home and school throughout the year.
|Publisher:||Write For You|
|Product dimensions:||6.60(w) x 7.90(h) x 0.30(d)|
|Age Range:||5 - 8 Years|
What People are Saying About This
"My World is an innovative teaching tool. As a child, I would have loved the opportunity to interact with Michele's book. It's good to know there are writers out there who can bring a child's world to life and leave them with a higher sense of who they are." --Jeannette James, Director of Admission and Advancement, Seattle Girls' School.
"I think you have created a useful tool for enhancing self-esteem. My World has application for parents as well as teachers. I would like to see day care providers use this resource. This would make a great ice breaker for any age appropriate group...you have come up with a winner in My World." --Howard Seeman M Ed, Family Therapist, Seattle WA
"Your book is so special. By asking children to write things down you help them to create wonderful memories." --Shirley Nonhoff, Grandparent, Marysville WA
"The neatest thing about My World as a parent, is that once it's finished it's going to be a great scrapbook keepsake,. ...a good thing to use during down time." --The late Kathi Goertzen, Mother- KOMO TV News Anchor, Seattle WA
"More of these self-esteem builder activities need to be implemented in the curriculum. There are many findings to support the belief that increased self esteem enables children to live closer to their potential. My World is a good book to use in the elementary school." --Gerald Forester, Professor of Education at the University of Washington, Seattle WA