Shapes, Concepts, and Colors Swirl through the March 2011 Issue of Guardian Angel Kids

A great way to spark enjoyment of learning in our young muses is to use the environment around us by discussing how shapes and colors develop into concepts for ease of understanding. For many individuals are visual learners and by developing their visual thinking skills it will certainly enhance their knowledge of their world.

Without further ado we invite you to come explore the March 2011 issue of Guardian Angel Kids Ezine http://www.guardian-angel-kids.com through poetry, short stories, non-fiction, and a parent/teacher article. To add to your child’s learning enjoyment be sure to partake in the interactive activities, games, and videos.

Featured Books:

Shaping Up the Year Flip Book written by Tracey M. Cox and illustrated by Samantha Bell

Shapes at the Beach Activity written by Lynda S. Burch

Children poetry, stories, and articleS:

“Gray,” by Claudia Ann Sodaro mesmerizes what gray comes across as.

“Shapes All Around,” by Alice Knisley Matthias pulls in the world with the shapes around us.

“Magic Green Writing,” by Claudia Ann Sodaro turns the tables on how to adapt. Rosemarie Gillen’s illustration brings the joy of flexibility to life.

“Shape Friends,” by Stephanie Hoina teaches the joy of shapes and how we are enriched by individuality. Maureen Brodsky’s illustration brings forth the differences that join us.

“Colors of Danger,” by Carla Mae Jansen teaches the reader the warning colors in poison dart frogs.

“Building Self-Esteem in Young Children: Teachable Moments Provide Coping and Language Skills,” by Dorit Sasson is an insightful and important article on guiding our children to be comfortable in their own skin.

Grab your favorite snack and pull up a chair alongside your child and enjoy the interactive world of Guardian Angel Kids where the delightful stories take you on awe inspiring adventures.

Thank you for your time and interest, submitted by GAK staff. Link below:

http://www.guardian-angel-kids.com

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2 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. Nancy Stewart
    Mar 03, 2011 @ 17:50:49

    This is fantastic. What a great group! I’m so proud to be a part of it.

    Reply

  2. Barbara Bockman
    Mar 03, 2011 @ 21:27:51

    Me, too, Nancy.

    Reply

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