Once Upon a Breath: The Story of a Wolf, 3 Pigs &amp;amp; Asthma.Once Upon a Breath: The Story of a Wolf, 3 Pigs & Asthma.
The thing any child remembers of the story of the three little pigs is the exchange...
This version of the story includes the charm the requisite three times, in spite of the fact that B.B. (for Big Bad) Wolf is not attempting to eat the piglets, but merely to educate them about the fact that their polluting life style is contributing to his asthma.
This package contains the interactive book and a game
My Little Island is a three-level program for teaching English to 3 to 5-year-old children whose first language is not English. Eight thematic units focus on presentation and practice of the new vocabulary and language structures. Vocabulary builds throughout the program, children listen to stories with target language; sing songs and say chants; play games, collaborate, and communicate with partners, in small groups, and with the whole class.
My Little Island is a three-level program for teaching English to 3 to 5-year-old children whose first language is not English. The interleaved Teacher's Edition includes full-size Student Book pages right beside the teaching lessons. A two-page Unit Overview with each unit's content and objectives also provides bulletin-board ideas, story summaries, and home-school and curriculum connections.
My Little Island takes students on an exciting fantasy-island adventure through their pre-literacy years. Child-centred themes, catchy action-packed songs, highly visual stories, CLIL and phonics awareness lessons develop the cognitive, emotional, and social skills of the whole learner.
This is a three-level pre-primary course that starts children on their journey of learninf English! Children will be inspired to learn with engaging characters and fun activities.
you're new to fiction writing, this book's for you! (updated version!)
Are you tired of waiting for the novel in your head to magically appear? Tired of being told to “write a little bit a day every day?” How’s that advice working for you? It’s not … is it?
If it was, your novel would be done. But I hear you. When I first learned how to write a novel, that “helpful” information … wasn't. I went slowly, writing a little each day like all the authors told me to. Then I'd get disinterested or distracted and my novel would get DEStructed!
A vague jealousy, one of those dormant jealousies which grow up between brothers or sisters and slowly ripen till they burst, on the occasion of a marriage perhaps, or of some good fortune happening to one of them, kept them on the alert in a sort of brotherly and non-aggressive animosity. They were fond of each other, it is true, but they watched each other. Pierre, five years old when Jean was born, had looked with the eyes of a little petted animal at that other little animal which had suddenly come to lie in his father's and mother's arms and to be loved and fondled by them.
Little Britain arrived on British TV in 2003 -- and was an instant hit. Matt Lucas and David Walliams wrote and performed, and their sharp satirical genius created this character-based sketch show -- Vicky Pollard, Dafydd ""I'm the only gay in the village,"" Ting Tong Macadangdang are hard to forget. Its huge popularity as cult-comedy on radio, then television, with its success as mainstream award-winning comedy and as a national and international TV phenomenon, have been tempered by criticism. It's pushed the boundaries of taste too far, some have claimed; it's grotesquely un-politically correct, mocks social groups and participates in the ""humor of humiliation"" say others.