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See How We Move!: A First Book of Health and Well-Being (edició 2018)

de Scot Ritchie (Autor), Scot Ritchie (Il·lustrador)

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Pedro, Yulee, Nick, Sally and Martin are excited! Tomorrow their swim team, the Flying Sharks, will be competing in the school meet. They've been working hard to train their bodies and minds in order to swim their best. Readers follow along as the team has one last practice with their coach at the neighborhood pool. Then it's off to the races on the big day! Along the way, the friends discover the benefits of physical fitness and learn about many important aspects of active, healthy living, such as: ? setting goals and recognizing improvement ? teamwork and respect for others ? safety and equipment use ? coping skills and developing confidence ? nutrition as fuel ? mind and body connections ? and so much more! As with all the titles in this nonfiction picture book series from award-winning Scot Ritchie, there's a lot of information presented here in a fun, engaging and colorful style. This introduction to physical and health education encourages children to form positive lifelong habits by emphasizing how physical fitness can be fun, social and rewarding. It's a great resource for the classroom concepts of ?learning on the move? and ?active academics,? which incorporate physical activities into everyday lessons. The book contains a table of contents, an index, a glossary of terms and a spread with ideas for active play.… (més)
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Títol:See How We Move!: A First Book of Health and Well-Being
Autors:Scot Ritchie (Autor)
Altres autors:Scot Ritchie (Il·lustrador)
Informació:Kids Can Press (2018), Edition: Illustrated, 32 pages
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Etiquetes:M1, movement, yoga, activities

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See How We Move!: A First Book of Health and Well-Being de Scot Ritchie

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This is more than just a book about how children can move. The sub-title is more true to the book. It covers so many aspects of healthy living using the Sharks swim team to tell the story. It deals with many areas of healthy active living such as: being active, setting goals, teamwork and supporting others, safety (i.e. wearing a bike helmet), healthy eating, warming up and more. This would be a great book for teachers to use in their health program. Each set of pages presents information with colourful and detailed illustrations, then there are questions to elicit a discussion with the listener. A great addition to a school, class, family or resource library. The publisher generously provided me with a copy of this book via Netgalley. ( )
  Carlathelibrarian | Feb 5, 2019 |
How do you keep your body in tip top shape? Join the members of the Flying Sharks swim team as they prepare their bodies and minds for a big meet.
The author provides a simple story about children preparing for a swim meet to illustrate how to keep your body healthy. The narrative is supplemented with facts and conversation starters to keep the reader/listener engaged. This book is recommended as a read aloud for ages 5-8. The author provides a glossary and table of contents which makes it possible to use this title for a simple research project. ( )
  SWONclear | May 24, 2018 |
This book talks about health to children while following along with some swim team members. It mentions briefly other organized sports and activities kids can do. I wish it had spent more time on how kids can get exercise in their own backyard or inside their home. Everyone can't be a part of an organized team. Climbing trees or stairs are more accessible exercises. Exercise without competition takes care of the stress problem one of the children in the story has. Kids need more of that. ( )
  AmandaSanders | Mar 28, 2018 |
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Pedro, Yulee, Nick, Sally and Martin are excited! Tomorrow their swim team, the Flying Sharks, will be competing in the school meet. They've been working hard to train their bodies and minds in order to swim their best. Readers follow along as the team has one last practice with their coach at the neighborhood pool. Then it's off to the races on the big day! Along the way, the friends discover the benefits of physical fitness and learn about many important aspects of active, healthy living, such as: ? setting goals and recognizing improvement ? teamwork and respect for others ? safety and equipment use ? coping skills and developing confidence ? nutrition as fuel ? mind and body connections ? and so much more! As with all the titles in this nonfiction picture book series from award-winning Scot Ritchie, there's a lot of information presented here in a fun, engaging and colorful style. This introduction to physical and health education encourages children to form positive lifelong habits by emphasizing how physical fitness can be fun, social and rewarding. It's a great resource for the classroom concepts of ?learning on the move? and ?active academics,? which incorporate physical activities into everyday lessons. The book contains a table of contents, an index, a glossary of terms and a spread with ideas for active play.

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