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by Sheila M Kelly,Shelley Rotner

Download Many Ways: How Families Practice Their Beliefs and Religions (Shelley Rotner's Early Childhood Library) eBook
ISBN:
0761365311
Author:
Sheila M Kelly,Shelley Rotner
Category:
Religions
Language:
English
Publisher:
Millbrook Pr (August 1, 2010)
Pages:
31 pages
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1469 kb
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1265 kb
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Rating:
4.8
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701


In about thirty pages, Shelley Rotner and Sheila M. Kelly build thirty bridges between six of the major religions of the world.

In about thirty pages, Shelley Rotner and Sheila M. In their introduction, the authors state their intention for the book: "This book is a modest attempt to help young children become aware of the diversity in spiritual traditions and of similarities between their families and those whose faith-based traditions and practices differ from their ow. This beautiful book certainly succeeds

What Can You Do:A Book About D (Shelley Rotner's Early Childhood Library). This book has excellent photographs from a good variety of religious practices. I just used it in my kindergarten/1st grade sunday school class.

book by Shelley Rotner. What Can You Do:A Book About D (Shelley Rotner's Early Childhood Library). Sheila M. Kelly, Shelley Rotner. I asked the children questions about their church and what a picture from their church would look like on the page.

This Many Ways is a book written by Shelley Rotner and Sheila Kelly and is about the many different religions and how they practice their beliefs, and how they are all the same.

Many Ways: How Families Practice Their Beliefs and Religions. This Many Ways is a book written by Shelley Rotner and Sheila Kelly and is about the many different religions and how they practice their beliefs, and how they are all the same. What I love about this book is it shows how we are all connected no matter what we celebrate. This book is informative but also gives the students a variety of things to think about. It shows the children that no matter what religion you are, everyone around you is just like you and deserves respect and understanding.

Photographs show the differences and similarities in the ways people practice their beliefs. Includes bibliographical references (page 32). Accelerated Reader AR LG . Kelly, Sheila M. Boxid.

Автор: Rotner Shelley Название: Many Ways: How . After their father s death, the Fukuhara children all born and raised in the Pacific Northwest moved with their mother to Hiroshima, their parents ancestral home.

After their father s death, the Fukuhara children all born and raised in the Pacific Northwest moved with their mother to Hiroshima, their parents ancestral home. Eager to go back to America, Harry and his sister, Mary, returned there in the late 1930s.

Shelley Rotner; Sheila M Kelly; Shelley Rotner. Shelley Rotner's Early Childhood Library. Lerner Publishing Group.

Many Ways : How Families Practice Their Beliefs and Religions. By (author) Shelley Rotner.

Rotner and Sheila M. Kelly Read aloud by Anayeli Cuevas The Colors Of Us - Продолжительность: 4:16 The Teacher's Library Recommended for you. 4:16.

Spanish read aloud off Shades of People by Shelley Rotner and Sheila M. Kelly Read aloud by Anayeli Cuevas. The Colors Of Us - Продолжительность: 4:16 The Teacher's Library Recommended for you.

Children's books; with shelley rotner. Kelly told CA: "My writing is a collaborative process with photographer Shelley Rotner. Lots of Moms, Dial Books for Young Readers (New York, NY), 1996. Lots of Dads, Dial Books for Young Readers (New York, NY), 1997. Many Ways: How Families Practice Their Beliefs and Religions, Millbrook Press (Minneapolis, MN), 2006. SIDELIGHTS: Sheila M. Our goal is few words, exactly matched to photographs. I chose subjects that related to my work, or about which I perceived a need in my therapeutic work with young children, their parents and teachers.

This book helps children see beyond their own experiences and into the lives of others. I cannot even describe how much Course Hero helped me this summer

This book helps children see beyond their own experiences and into the lives of others. 17. The very first American Cara Ashrose Bryna Waldman 1993 Multicultura l This book explains who were here before Columbus landed in America. I cannot even describe how much Course Hero helped me this summer. It’s truly become something I can always rely on and help me. In the end, I was not only able to survive summer classes, but I was able to thrive thanks to Course Hero.

Through vivid, full-color photographs and easily understood sentences, see how children from around the world practice their religious beliefs. Looking at the rich diversity as well as the underlying similarities of a variety of spiritual traditions, young readers understand that, although the worlds religions have many differences, their primary goals are the same to love and care for one another...and for our beautiful Earth.

  • Andromajurus
Very very little real information on different religions. Contrary to the books title, it stresses commonalities.
  • Maucage
Fantastic quality and condition
  • Very Old Chap
Lovely gorgeous book with beautiful pictures and a lovely message
  • Ishnsius
Great book to show the array of religions that kids may come across with excellent photos showing families while they observe or pray. I liked the dominance of photos over words.
  • salivan
In about thirty pages, Shelley Rotner and Sheila M. Kelly build thirty bridges between six of the major religions of the world. In their introduction, the authors state their intention for the book: "This book is a modest attempt to help young children become aware of the diversity in spiritual traditions and of similarities between their families and those whose faith-based traditions and practices differ from their own." This beautiful book certainly succeeds. It gives children of all faiths a glimpse into the commonalities and differences between their own religion and that of their playmates and classmates. The common threads of prayer, places of worship, stories and sayings of great teachers, sacred scriptures, unique symbols, special music and holidays with special foods are interwoven through the use of beautiful pictures depicting children practicing each faith with their families.
The pictures that appear on each page are captioned and explained in more detail in an information section at the back of the book. This gives parents more detail they can use to explain to their child what they are seeing in the photographs. A list of further reading in the back gives additional sources to use to learn more about the faiths represented.
This is a wonderful book for parents to use to introduce children to a non-judgmental and respectful approach to learning about other religions as well as their own. Children learn, in a few simple words they can easily understand, about the activities children pursue together in play and going to school. They learn that families of other faiths celebrate in their own way the important times of life and rites of passage that we all mark, such as coming of age, weddings and births just as their family does. The book teaches that the beauty of the earth is enjoyed and celebrated by all people of all faiths. Most important, it reveals that all of the great teachers of all the religions have taught the same lesson: Love and care for one another.
  • Cktiell
Says it's for kids K-2, but just FYI: you're paying for the pictures, which are fabulous. Almost all are of kids! That said, there's precious ittle information in this book, with only one sentence per page. So if you know what you want to teach, use this as pictural reference maybe. But don't expect to get loads of information from this book, like I did.
  • Cordanius
I bought this book because my almost-6-year-old has recently become very interested in Christianity. We do not practice any religion in our home but our children attend a Christian daycare. We want them to understand that there are many other ways of thinking besides Christianity. The book arrived yesterday and my child's opinion was something like "It has nice pictures but it doesn't tell much." She's right. Beautiful illustrations, but practically no content that will help her learn about the religions of the world. We'll keep looking...
over all a very good book for my 7 year old with lots of pictures to portray an image of different cultures... although, it could have used a little more elaboration