Teach diversity and tolerance to young readers, and help them understand and appreciate those children who have health differences Colorful photos show kids with disabilities enjoying activities with their peers....
|Title||:||Some Kids Are Deaf: Revised Edition (Understanding Differences)|
|Publisher||:||Capstone Press Revised and Updated edition January 1, 2008|
|Number of Pages||:||24 pages|
|File Size||:||565 KB|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
|Last checked||:||21 Minutes ago!|
Some Kids Are Deaf: Revised Edition (Understanding Differences) Reviews
This book presented a simple, direct explanation of deafness. I work with elementary age deaf kids who sign and have cochlear implants, and they loved reading this. The text had a few "hard" words but was within their grasp with a little help.
It is a nice easy introductory book that can help spark good conversation with children about deaf/ hard of hearing friends. Written in a way that is easy for young children to understand but doesn't speak down to older students.
I read this with my severly visually impaired student. He didn't realize that the term blind applied to him. He is new to English. Still he enjoyed the book and had lots of questions, which is what I wanted.
Another great book to have in our classroom library. The book has colored pages with accompanying text. This book is great for preschool to primary level.
Purchased for my daycare, book has nice pictures and was easy to understand. It had addition information in the back for resources and definitions for some of the words used that are unfamiliar. This book is part of a set of five, I recommend buying all of the set.
Nice pictures, but won't last long in my busy preschool classroom. It's a tiny paperback book!
These books are great for all children, well written, easy understanding. The back of the book gives resources, facts, and a glossary of what words mean from the story.
Content was okay but book size is very small.