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Observational & Motor Learning By Dr. Jaquetta Stevens
eBook (PDF): $9.99
During the period of early childhood, mastering fine motor skills is a very important process needed for physical and cognitive development. However, for a number of different reasons, there are some... More > children who do not develop at the same pace as an average child. It is important for parents and physicians to recognize children who are not on track developmentally because the earlier the cause of the delay can be determined, the earlier parents can start working with the child to correct or minimize these deficits. Often, the earlier the children begins to work on their developmental deficits, the greater the advancements they can make. By the age of three, a child should be able to do the following: Use a spoon by themselves Draw a vertical and horizontal line String large beads Snip paper with scissors Roll clay or play dough into a "snake" Conduct an Internet search using the two phrases listed below. Your results will help you better understand the kind.....< Less
Extra-Large Preschool Handwriting Paper for Asynchronous Child By Hickory Lick eBooks
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Extra-large preschool writing paper, developed for a child who was capable of writing, yet who had difficulty with small writing spaces. The mechanics of writing were too difficult because the motor... More > skills were at an earlier stage of development than the cognitive skills.< Less
Practice, Practice, Practice: Book 4: Trace the Upper Case Alphabet [Large Format] By Michael J. Genevro
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In this book students trace the English upper case alphabet in letters in a large format, about 5 inches tall. This workbook is part of a series of booklets where students trace / write the lower... More > case and the upper case letters of the English alphabet. The underlying sequence of booklets is to proceed from simple to complex tasks and to move from the use of large motor skills to fine motor skills.< Less
Practice, Practice, Practice: Book 1: Trace the Lower Case Alphabet [Large Format] By Michael J. Genevro
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In this book students trace the English lower case alphabet in letters in a large format, about 5 inches tall. This workbook is part of a series of booklets where students trace / write the lower... More > case and the upper case letters of the English alphabet. The underlying sequence of booklets is to proceed from simple to complex tasks and to move from the use of large motor skills to fine motor skills.< Less
Free to Move While Learning By Susan Kramer
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How to teach kindergarten and elementary school age students kinesthetically, in a fully illustrated text, outlining body placement, rhythms, dynamics of energy, creative movement, large motor... More > skills, beginning mini-lessons, one-hand alphabet, and a 40-minute lesson plan divided into 5 minute segments. Master text for teachers on how to use a kinesthetic approach with academics. Included in the Rhythmic Movement Dance Series of The Gateway to Educational Materials of the United States Department of Education. Also for special needs students. Click on preview to see complete table of contents.< Less
Free to Move While Learning By Susan Kramer
eBook (PDF): $4.95
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How to teach kindergarten and elementary school age students kinesthetically, in a fully illustrated text, outlining body placement, rhythms, dynamics of energy, creative movement, large motor... More > skills, beginning mini-lessons, one-hand alphabet, and a 40-minute lesson plan divided into 5 minute segments. Master text for teachers on how to use a kinesthetic approach with academics. Included in the Rhythmic Movement Dance Series of The Gateway to Educational Materials of the United States Department of Education. Also for special needs students. Click on preview to see complete table of contents. 92 pages in PDF ebook.< Less
Free to Move While Learning By Susan Kramer
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How to teach kindergarten and elementary school age students kinesthetically, in a fully illustrated text, outlining body placement, rhythms, dynamics of energy, creative movement, large motor... More > skills, beginning mini-lessons, and a 40-minute lesson plan divided into 5 minute segments. Master text for teachers on how to use a kinesthetic approach with academics. Included in the Rhythmic Movement Dance Series of The Gateway to Educational Materials of the United States Department of Education. Also for special needs students. Click on preview to see complete table of contents. 92 pages.< Less
"THE CHRISTINA COMPLETE COLLECTION" By Nancy Fritz
eBook (PDF): $15.00
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All Six of the "Christina Series" visually interesting..Large Colorful Text and Motor Skills and Cognitive Perception and FUN!
"THE CHRISTINA COMPLETE COLLECTION" By Nancy Fritz
Paperback: $36.30
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All Six of the "Christina Series" visually interesting..Large Colorful Text and Motor Skills and Cognitive Perception and FUN!
"How To Do It" Books For Boys - Vol 2 By James Slough Zerbe
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Author James Slough Zerbe wrote several books aimed at teaching young boys (likely aged between 10 and 18) the fundamentals of such things as how motors and airplanes work, basic carpentry and... More > mechanical skills, and the likes. This two-book large format (8.5 x 11 inches) volume is the second in our series and presents the reader with Zerbe's PRACTICAL MECHANICS FOR BOYS and MOTORS. By today's standards it is difficult to imagine young boys taking the time to understand basic mechanics and how to build things without a parent wrenching the XBox controller out of their hands and forcing them to, but it is also a sad reminder that today's youths, for the most part, have little if any concept about how the engine (called a “motor a century ago) in the family car functions. Both books in this volume are profusely illustrated with hundreds of hand-drawn images. These are a fascinating piece of history and give readers of all ages a glimpse into what boys of 100 years ago were reading and doing.< Less