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Not A Stick

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I can see how lovers of art for art's sake will find this book both charming and creative. So I'll give it FIVE STARS. If you think letting kids get away with disrespectful behavior is a cute thing to do now, when raising a child? I have news for you. However, my difficulty, as a child was that I felt I could never achieve the brilliance of this poet. In many ways it was a top-down approach to learning about metaphor, beginning with the finest examples and then, me and the rest of the class trying desperately hard to mimic at a sub-standard level the concept in our own writing. So one thing I’m keen to do, is to introduce metaphor from a bottom-up approach starting with what children do best…

Mr Twig Pencil Control Worksheets, a fun resource that allows children to develop their fine motor skills independently. With the fun characters and different patterns, children are able to sit and discuss how the character is moving while following the dotted line with their pencil.When you are finished, say “Scene!” nice and loud. This lets the audience know you are done acting. As a follow up, undertake a simple activity like a leaf slide show. The children study the patterns and structure of leaves by holding them up to the sunlight. What does the vein pattern below remind you of? A star? The skin of an alien? However, I am not the intended audience. And I feel strongly NOT to recommend this particular book. Here's why. This theater game builds community and encourages students to expand their ideas of what something could be by acting it out. Directions

I have been following No Time for Flash Cards for a very long time now and one thing I know about Allie is that she loves a good quality children’s book. So I thought I would share a fun little book we recently explored in my preschool classroom… From here, children can research traditional sayings and idioms that use metaphors and learn about what they mean. Ones that spring to mind include:This fashionably simple book has Rabbit encouraging young children to explore imaginary worlds whilst sitting in a cardboard box – on land or water or up into space. Great fun.” Carousel A fantastic independent or read-aloud, this book will challenge the imaginations of those who engage theirs regularly and will help springboard those who have yet to experience the dizzying heights of their own creations--at any age. Whether you are a parent or a teacher, I would love to invite you to stop by Teach Preschool and see some of the other books and activities I share on my blog that young children will enjoy both at home or in the classroom! When I was 11 years old I remember struggling to understand the concept of a metaphor. There is a wonderful poem, The Highwayman by Alfred Noyes which opens with three super metaphorical descriptions to set the scene…



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