PYP: Reader-3- Music Sing and Learn(仅适用PC阅读)
De*ion: Educator and writer Laurence Conway’s Sing and Learn! is an educational songbook for children ages 5 to 11 years. Laurence’s unique and exciting approach takes the boredom out of learning and introduces an alternative approach to effective education. Contained in this invaluable book are subjects that are common in an educational curriculum—literacy, mathematics, geography, history, art, music and gymnastics—all inspiringly presented and all set to a musical theme. Conway also introduces matters of social and environmental importance through his songwriting. Topics such as the environment, safety, tolerance and the magic of the four seasons are just a few that children will learn about through his lyrical narration. The overall focus is on positive, social interaction and developing better skills, knowledge and understanding within their school subjects. Parents and teachers alike will welcome this treasure of a book. It not only provides a useful and user-friendly tool for teaching—with its sheet music-style pages, projection allowed lyrics and free mp3 downloads of all the songs (each in vocals-included and backing-only versions)—it also sparks creativity and learning for both the musically and non-musically inclined students.: IB Transdisciplinary Themes: WHO WE ARE, WHERE WE ARE IN PLACE AND TIME, HOW WE EXPRESS OURSELVES, , HOW THE WORLD WORKS: Central Ideas: Expression, Storytelling, Music: Key Concepts: Form, Function, Change: Learner Attitudes: Appreciation, Creativity: Learner Profile Attributes: Communicators, Knowledgeable, Thinkers: Tags: Social-Emotional Physical Exceptional Culture STEM Arts: Feelings, emotions, self expression, Joy Math: Numbers, simple counting Music: Rhythm, Beat, Timing
PYP: Reader-1- School, Fears, Self-Confidence I Will Always Need You
Six-year old Ryan is starting school. He is a bit anxious about riding the school bus all by himself. Ryan's dad is there to help, but as the days pass and Ryan becomes more confident, his dad becomes more anxious. The story brings father and son together in the end, in a most revealing light.: IB Transdisciplinary Themes: WHO WE ARE, HOW WE ORGANIZE OURSELVES: Central Ideas: Families, Relatives,Courage, Emotions, BehaviorsHuman Made Systems (Schools): Key Concepts: Causation, Responsibility: Learner Attitudes: Confidence, Cooperation: Learner Profile Attributes: Risk Takers, Caring: Tags: Social-Emotional Physical Exceptional Culture STEM Arts: self esteem, individuality, feelings, fears, sadness
PYP: Reader-1- Nutrition I Eat And I Grow
De*ion: Healthy foods ... gross! That’s probably what your children say every time you try to get them to eat the things that are good for their little bodies. You know that eating healthy food is important for your family, but when the little ones aren’t in agreement, the secret is to make it fun! In I Eat and I Grow, one little boy discovers that eating good foods is something he can enjoy with his whole family and his friends. And while he’s learning why it’s important to eat healthy foods, his family also learns that they can promote good eating habits by serving healthy foods. This cute book and its main character will teach you how to introduce your children to healthy foods and show them the relationship between the foods they eat and their physical growth.: IB Transdisciplinary Themes: WHO WE ARE: Central Ideas: Nutrition, Health, Bodies: Key Concepts: Responsibility: Learner Attitudes: Confidence: Learner Profile Attributes: Balanced, Knowledgeable, Risk Taker: Tags: Social-Emotional Physical Exceptional Culture STEM Arts: self confidence, responsible decisions Science: Nutrition, Health......
PYP: Reader-3- Egypt, King Tut Walking With King Tut
De*ion: The two compare what it’s like being a teenager today versus thousands of years ago. Did big kids bully the smaller ones even way back thenDo nations continue to war over religionAnd, do children still go to bed hungryAs Clayton and Tut discuss solutions, the King challenges the teen to make a difference in his world. Clayton tries… But when things don’t seem to work out, he wonders if he imagined the whole encounter…: IB Transdisciplinary Themes: WHERE WE ARE IN PLACE AND TIME: Central Ideas: King Tut, EgyptStorytelling, Imagination: Key Concepts: Perspective, Causation: Learner Attitudes: Creativity, Curiosity: Learner Profile Attributes: Inquirers: Tags: Social-Emotional Physical Exceptional Culture STEM Arts: Bullying, self esteem, self acceptance, friendship Egyptian
PYP: Reader-1-Forgetfulness & Responsibilities That Reminds Me of Something(仅适用PC阅读)
De*ion: Rufus the hippopotamus attempts to clean his house but every time he sets out to do a chore he stops to think because he is reminded of something else. These distractions cause him to be carried away in playing, being silly, attempting dare-devil acts and making more mess than what he began with. Folding his laundry reminds him of sausage rolls so he wraps himself up in a towel, rolls across the floor and ends up tipping over the clothes. Washing the dishes reminds him of snow, so he makes a mess playing in the suds. The vacuum reminds him of a go-cart so he rides it down the stairs. The result is one disastrous house. A happy and fun book for children.: IB Transdisciplinary Themes: WHO WE ARE, HOW WE EXPRESS OURSELVES: Central Ideas: Personal ResponsibilityStory Telling, Personal Responsibility: Key Concepts: Function, Causation, Responsibility: Learner Attitudes: Cooperation: Learner Profile Attributes: Thinkers: Tags: Social-Emotional Physical Exceptional Culture STEM Arts: Self-Control, Poblem Solving ADHD, ADD
PYP: Reader-2- Friendship, Love & Caring With all Best Wishes, Mrs. Butterbean
De*ion: A delightful Children's story. The story takes place in the West Indies. Mrs. Butterbean is an elderly teacher whose house needs painting. She dreams that the tiny house will someday be the soft colours of the sea, sand, shells and sea glass. While she is away for a weekend, her neighbour, Solomon, asks some of her former students to help him paint her house. Upon her return, they all celebrate with steel drums, singing and a picnic on the beach. She is so touched by their kindness, and decides to name her little house. With some remaining paint, she paints the name ‘WATERCOLOURS’ on a plaque that hangs above her porch. Mrs. Butterbean’s dream has come true!: IB Transdisciplinary Themes: WHO WE ARE, HOW WE EXPRESS OURSELVES: Central Ideas: Emotions, Behaviors, ResponsibilitiesStorytelling, Bedtime Stories, Imagination, Dreams: Key Concepts: Connection, Responsibility, Perspective, Reflection: Learner Attitudes: Cooperation, Creativity: Learner Profile Attributes: Principled, Caring: Tags: Social-Emotional Physical Exceptional Culture STEM Arts: Diversity, Differences, Individuality Culture- West Indies Art: Painting
PYP: Reader-3- Peer Pressure, Reflection Think About It: A Write and Reflect Book Series 1
De*ion: This book uses short stories and fun cartoons to educate young readers on real world issues such as drugs, peer pressure, bullying, and guns. You could be in their places one day. Their stories can help you make the right choices.: IB Transdisciplinary Themes: WHO WE ARE: Central Ideas: Problem Solving, Personal Responsibility, Safety and Danger Awareness: Key Concepts: reflection, responsibility: Learner Attitudes: Independence, Integrity: Learner Profile Attributes: Thinkers, Reflective: Tags: Social-Emotional Physical Exceptional Culture STEM Arts: feelings, peer pressure, self esteem, self worth......
PYP: Reader-3- ADHD, Self-Esteem What Do They See in Me That I Don't See In Myself
De*ion: Jesse Hardaway is used to things being his fault. It’s just him and his mom at home, and she’s always yelling at him. School is like home, only about ten times worse! He’s in fifth grade special education and has to battle ADHD and an anger/behavior disorder every day. If he isn’t in trouble, he’s getting into it. The only thing Jesse is sure of is that the world is against him, and he is ready to give up.One good thing Jesse has in his life is his best friend Davess, who never stops trying to look out for him. At school, Mrs. Abogar and Ms. Dubose try to look out for him too, though Jesse doesn’t know why and wishes they would stop.Here it comes, Jesse thought, the thing that drives me nuts. That irritating thing that they are so known for. That thing that makes you wonder whether you should hug them or yell at them. The famous Punishment-with-a-Smile. I hate it… But very soon he is about to discover that these two women not only understand him, for some reason they actually care about him.: IB Transdisciplinary Themes: WHO WE ARE: Central Ideas: Acceptance, Health,Body, Emotions, Behaviors, ADHD, ODD, Learning Disabilities: Key Concepts: Perspective, Causation, Responsibility, Reflection: Learner Attitudes: Cooperation, Tolerance, Empathy,: Learner Profile Attributes: Caring: Tags: Social-Emotional Physical Exceptional Culture STEM Arts: Diversity, Sadness, Depression, feelings, Individuality ADHD, ODD, Learning Disabilities