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||Originally produced by Videatives in 2011.
||1 online resource (1 video file, approximately 4 minutes)
'Sharing Weekend Adventures' is part of a series of films from Videatives. This set of 8 video clips shows children communicating about their personal experiences or individual understandings about how the physical or social world works. Watch and see a) two examples of four-year-old boys sharing with their class about family experiences while away from school; b) a group of children explain and compare the defining features of a town and a city; c) a four-year-old boy use his map as a hybrid of storyboard and spatial notation to explain real objects drawn to instruct one to know how to get around; d) a four-year-old girl learn to think about her story as a structure, as she switches back and forth between describing the events of the story and explaining her choices to her mom; e) a five-year-old girl explain what attributes cause an object to sink or float; f) a five-year-old boy extend his understanding of the rain cycle as he explains and reflects upon the elements in his drawing; and g) a group of five-year-old children discuss with their teacher strategies to reduce rough play.