Teacher Librarian, "Resources for the Teacher Librarian" - Elizabeth "Betty" Marcoux
"Play has theoretical and practical places in education. Play has a place in the library too. This book takes the essence of play and attaches it to curriculum, as well as learning objectives. Yet it involves the use of common things around the house, not expensive equipment or supplies. Each activity includes reasons for it, simple instructions, and developmental benefits. A book for the early learners at your school, it helps teachers and teacher librarians incorporate many issues of play: collaboration, learning, tactile approaches, math, sequencing, connections, relationships, etc. The activities can be incorporated into active learning situations and multiple themes and are an excellent way to involve recycling and parent assistance. Recommended." - Teacher Librarian, "Resources for the Teacher Librarian"
October 1, 2014