Recommended Age, Grade, and Reading Levels
- Age: 3 to 18
- Grade: p to 2
Sounds are amazing!
They are an important part of how we understand the world around us and crucial for language development. Just think of all the sounds you hear on any given day: the cracking of dry leaves when you walk in the forest, the pitter patter of rain falling, the wind howling, or the kettle boiling. The more you notice them, the more you realise that sounds are everywhere.
This book features beautiful artwork and includes a practical section. Part of a collection of books that urges children to explore their creativity and sharpen their senses. Other books in the series include What Can You do With a Color? And What Can You do With a Line?
- Encourages little ones to be creative and sharpens their senses;
- Sounds help children understand the world around them;
- Beautiful artwork and includes a practical section keeping little ones engaged.
About the authors
Robin Bright is a professor in the Faculty of Education at the University of Lethbridge in Alberta. She teaches undergraduate and graduate courses in language arts, reading, writing, and gender. Previously, Dr. Bright taught elementary school for ten years. She has written several books (including Write from the Start, published by Portage & Main Press in 2001) and numerous articles on learning to read and write. In her work as an educator, Dr. Bright provides student teachers and experienced teachers alike with stimulating professional development activities related to the literacy needs and interests of Canadian children, especially teens. She and her family enjoy reading and travelling together.
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