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Good Night Sweet Dreams

Good Night Sweet Dreams
Good Night Sweet Dreams
Average: 3 (2 votes)

Good Night, Sweet Dreams is an excellent introduction about accepting those who are different from us. Cultural diversity in education, whether at school or at home, continues to be important to society. Teaching respect of others is one aspect of this book. It’s an excellent way to open lines of communication between parent and child, teacher and student.Many educational objectives state that in order to achieve social and emotional learning standards, schools should address student development holistically and relate it to real world functioning. It is important to select culturally appropriate materials and examples that respect individual differences while at the same time acknowledging and celebrating the cultural diversity of students within the classroom, school, community, state, nation and world. Good Night, Sweet Dreams fits this criteria plus encourages early reading skills. 

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Pages: 32
Reading Level: Beginner (1 to 6)
Language: English
ISBN: 9780938467861
Categories: Bed Time, Boys, Educational
Features: Illustrations
Keywords: cultural diversity, races, social issues, character enhancement
Date Added: October 12, 2013
Karl L Stewart illustrated by Mary K Carr Good N igh t Swee t Dreams A Headline Kids Educational Series Book by Karl L Stewart illustrated by Mary K Carr copyright Karl L Stewart The Headline Kids Educational Series is a continuing series of x paperback books for the classroom home school environment parents and caregivers The authors of these books are teachers parents and exceptional individuals who love children The subject matter will be different in every book but all give inspiration to imagination and creativity There is a learning element in every book andor easy activity to do at home Headline Kids celebrates children and these books will increase early learning and reading skills All rights reserved No part of this publication may be reproduced or transmitted in any other form or for any means electronic or mechanical including photocopy recording or any information storage system without written permission from Headline Books To order additional copies of this book for book publishing information or to contact the author Headline Books Inc PO Box Terra Alta WV  wwwHeadlineKidscom Tel Email mybookheadlinebookscom Headline Kids is an imprint of Headline Books ISBN13 Library of Congress Control Number P R I N T E D I N T H E U N I T E D S T A T E S O F A M E R I C A To our beloved Callum Ronan Rossalyn Angus Liam and Laurence  Daddy tell me about the old dayswhen I was a baby Okay What do you want to know   About colors Colors hmm Lets see When you were a baby colors were much brighter than they are today   Your mommys geraniums were so red I would have to cover my eyes