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The Weather Cat (Help your child storybooks) e-book

Author:

B. Walker,Helen Cresswell

Language:

English

Category:

Math

Subcategory:

Environment

ePub size:

1141 kb

Other formats:

docx mbr lit azw

Rating:

4.7

Publisher:

Collins; New edition edition (March 20, 1989)

Pages:

32

ISBN:

0001977873

The Weather Cat (Help your child storybooks) e-book

by B. Walker,Helen Cresswell


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Helen Cresswell (11 July 1934 – 26 September 2005) was an English television scriptwriter and author of more than 100 children's books, best known for comedy and supernatural fiction. Her most popular book series, Lizzie Dripping and The Bagthorpe Saga, were also the bases for television series.

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This essential guide explains how reading books, storytelling, sharing stories and singing songs with babies and children .

learn to value books and stories. spark your child’s imagination and stimulate curiosity. help your child’s brain, social skills and communication skills develop. help your child learn the difference between ‘real’ and ‘make-believe’. help your child understand change and new or frightening events, and also the strong emotions that can go along with them.

A fantastic write-in book that helps children learn to write their own stories. Let's encourage children of today to become writers of tomorrow. Includes lots of different writing activities including a fictional school journal, writing a comic strip, and forming a story around a picture. Packed with writing tips and a 'storywriting toolkit' to inspire budding authors. Write You Own Story Book, is a truly creative book that is bound to inspire the JK Rowlings and Jacqueline Wilsons of the future. Packed with ideas to get children's imaginations flowing, from tips on characters, settings and story starter, to word lists and hints on titles.

Help motivate your child by analyzing books or stories that your child reads

Help motivate your child by analyzing books or stories that your child reads. When your child reads stories, take the time to ask her questions about what she is reading (this is much easier done if you also read the story). These questions can help your child to begin to recognize the different parts of stories, as well as to generate her own ideas. Ask questions like: Can you define the beginning, middle, and end of the story?

polluting 4. Little children like looking books with large print. They read them more easily. B. can 5. Don’t look me so angrily. D. at 6. Ann is a good singer. She is fond classical music.

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Many parents want to help their child or children with their English but are not sure what they can do to help. In this section you'll find lots of expert advice about helping your child learn English. How to start teaching kids English at home. Many parents would like to teach their children English at home, but don’t know how to start. 9. Helping your child. Using books with older children and teenagers.

This is the story of Naomi and Otis who are on holiday. They have a visit from Mr Briggs, a tabby cat. He turns out to be a "weather cat" who always knows when it's going to rain. The books in this series are brightly illustrated to help children to follow the story and understand the words.

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