Tuesday, October 6, 2020

�� Talk It Out Tuesday, Week 5 �� VALUABLE, VALIOSO/A for Oct 6, 2020

Here is the "Daily Dose" on PositiveValuesNetwork.com!
(Book 2 of 13). The Morgan County Partnership's Positive Action program presents "Whose Knees Are These" By Jabari Asim; illustrated by LeUyen Pham, for a series of stories on Race & Diversity. "This interactive and multicultural board book is a fun way to embrace diversity through a baby’s dimpled knees! Great for babies and toddlers. "Lilting language and bold shapes in flat colors encourage response as the narration asks who do these knees belong to? And in another book by Asim, your child will discover Whose Toes Are Those? The author's background as a poet is evident in the simple and evocative writing." "I love all my books but Whose Knees Are These? is my favorite. It reminds me of when I was little and my mom would tickle my knees when she read this to me.” -Sam, Age 9 --from PBS.org

See a beautiful story unfold before your eyes then join Mrs. Hott for "Let's Talk About It" discussion questions suitable for all ages, at home and in the classroom too. For more on Positive Actions, health, and community wellness, follow the Daily Dose at positiveactionsmcp.blogspot.com; Instagram @positiveactions.mcp; youtube.com/user/hottfamily6; and get the free mobile APP from AppleStore and GooglePlay.

From MCP:
Apply in the Classroom: Pause for "Let's Talk About It" Questions! Discuss that knees are all unique and wonderfully made. What is alike? What is different? Then, draw knees of people they know. Finally, what about animals....they have knees too! Have a fun discussion about the purpose of knees for our bodies, how they work; then, explore how our knees are quite alike!

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