An activity book to go along with Personal Space Camp (9781931636872), by Julia Cook. Use as a supplementary teacher's guide with the storybook. Full of discussion questions and exercises to share with students. 8.5" x 11", softcover, 24 pages.
Harrison P. Spader sat a little too close. Shook hands a little too long. High-fived a little too hard. And hugged a little too much. Harrison P. Spader was a personal space invader. But that all changes when he learns the Space Saver rhyme: Arms out front, then out real wide. Now place your arms back by your sides. Author Christianne Jones uses humor and relatable situations to teach early learners about self awareness. This entertaining picture book in the Little Boost series will tackle a much-needed topic for teachers, parents, and librarians.
Join the children of the friendship 5 as they learn about consent and personal space. When Riley is being too hands-on with Samuel during tag, Samuel gets angry. The Learning Rainbow appears and the children climb over to an imaginary land of giant bubbles. Watch as they play and find out the "rules" of personal space bubbles, and what it means to give someone your consent. Join the diverse, realistic and relatable children of the Friendship 5 on this social adventure.
"Guess what happened at school today!" Kindergators work and play happily in Miss Harmony's class. But Harry isn't being a good classmate! He's disrupting Friendly Circle, causing accidents, and upsetting the class. Can the Kindergators find a way to help Harry learn to respect personal space? Beloved picture book author-illustrator Rosemary Wells brings her signature humor and trademark knack for understanding young readers to this new series, perfect for classroom use or for reading and sharing at home.
As long as human beings have inhabited the Earth, there have been individuals willing to risk their lives in order to discover and explore the unknown. Following in this great tradition, astronauts continue to push ever farther, into the frontier of space. The U.S. Space Camp Book of Astronauts highlights some of the outstanding men and women of space: Alan Shepard, Heil Armstrong, and other legends of the spacerace years Skylab commander Pete Conrad and Apollo-Soyuz crew member Deke Slayton, whose missions payed the way for current space programs early Space Shuttle astronauts, such as Sally Ride, John Young, and Guion Bluford and today's corps of astronauts, whose cultural diversity reflects the new era of international cooperation in space The compelling stories of their dreams, struggles, and triumphs bring the exciting, continuing history of astronautics vividly to life. Packed with over thirty dynamic photographs, The U.S. Space Camp Book of Astronauts will inform -- and inspire -- space pioneers of tomorrow.
The amount of personal space we want as an individual varies according to the circumstances or situation on ground. For kids, personal space can be the same size for everybody, and they always think everyone has the same space bubble they have. Therefore, teaching children about respecting their body boundaries, and those of others is one of the crucial means of boosting their self-confidence and gaining respect from others. It is also essential to teach our children how to have a loud and clear voice when others are invading their personal space, this will give them the confidence to resist any form of manipulation against their wish. Growing up with this social skill will guide them well before entering other people's space, knowing they need permission to do so. This is going to save them from unnecessary embarrassment anywhere. Therefore, personal space is a social skill every parent or guardian needs to imbibe in their children right from the elementary level. This book is filled with different practical skills and step-by-step activities; for the enlightenment and empowerment of children in respecting people's boundaries. So, every parent, guardian, teacher, and other custodians of kids needs to get this book as soon as possible. The practical steps explained and illustrated are fun-filled and children friendly, and it's easier to carry out any of the activities outlined there. Kindly grab a copy for yourself and possibly gift others too! Happy Reading!