Independence Day by emma ugarelli
books and educational activities for the 4th of July
Lou and his Mane by emma ugarelli
May 04, 2022Laura Wright Goodreads rated it 5 STARS: it was amazing
Super cute story and illustrations. It's a book that highlights friendship and getting along with your little siblings. As I read this to the little ones, they wanted to know more and couldn't wait to find out what happened to Lou's mane. I highly recommend this story with its colourful illustrations and adorable story. (less)
Thank you so much. I truly appreciate the reviews and it makes me happy to know that you enjoyed my book with your little ones.
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rodeo by emma ugarelli
Giraffe is Lou’s best friend. She is a calm, sweet and friendly animal who gets along well with everybody in the jungle. Giraffe is always helping her friends, when they are in trouble, especially Lou. Lou knows that he always can count on her, so when Lou needed her to find his mane, she jumped at once to help him, and during this ordeal, Giraffe was always there, reassuring Lou and making him feel her support. This is a lesson in the story about friendship, resilience, empathy and solidarity. You can find Lou and his mane at Amazon.com.
A child who begins kindergarten knowing letters and sounds is cognitively prepared but if a child does not understand how to listen, share, take turns, and get along with others, all the preparation will not be enough to reach his or her full potential and has a stimulating learning experience
DO by emma ugarelli
Learning is not something done to students but something students themselves do. As a result, the learner (child) changes in knowledge, attitude, or behaviour.
Giving the information is only one part of learning. The children need to have significant opportunities to develop and practice intellectual skills, problem solving, motor skills, attitudes, and values. In addition, children need opportunities to develop interpersonal and social skills. As teachers and parents, we need to remember that there is much more to learning than concepts and memorization, which involve understanding. We should pay attention not only to that but also to the thinking process and other types of knowledge.