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Mind your manners in school

Author: Arianna Candell; Rosa M Curto
Publisher: New York : Scholastic, 2011.
Series: Mind your manners.
Edition/Format:   Book : Juvenile audience : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Brief stories describe classroom friendships, the importance of silence when the teacher is giving a lesson, the friendly way for borrowing and sharing storybooks, picking up toys after playtime, and other typical school situations. Several classroom games are suggested as activities for creative learning and play. The bright color illustrations on every page of "How We Should Behave Books will appeal to younger  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Juvenile works
Juvenile literature
Material Type: Juvenile audience
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Arianna Candell; Rosa M Curto
ISBN: 9780545391009 0545391008
OCLC Number: 760283443
Notes: Original title of the book in Catalan: Com ens hem de comportar a l'Escola.
Description: 37 p. : col. ill. ; 24 x 24 cm.
Series Title: Mind your manners.
Other Titles: Com ens hem de comportar a l'Escola.
Responsibility: Arianna Candell, Rosa M. Curto.

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Brief stories describe classroom friendships, the importance of silence when the teacher is giving a lesson, the friendly way for borrowing and sharing storybooks, picking up toys after playtime, and other typical school situations. Several classroom games are suggested as activities for creative learning and play. The bright color illustrations on every page of "How We Should Behave Books will appeal to younger boys and girls, while the easy to understand stories teach them fundamental rules of good behavior. The brief stories dramatize typical events in children's lives, showing kids as they interact with other children, with teachers, and with other adults. Beginning readers see boys and girls who are very much like themselves, as they make mistakes, have small accidents, then discover the best ways to correct their errors, avoid mishaps, and feel good about themselves while they have fun. Each book suggests appropriate activities and offers guidelines for moms and dads.

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