Little Paper Worlds In the Jungle

Explore the jungle, layer by layer, with beautiful, 3-D paper scenes. Every page is an adventure, with multilayered, sculpted scenes that are perfect for little kids to discover rainforest animals from all around the world.

Author: IglooBooks

Publisher: Igloo Books

ISBN: 1800228651

Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

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Explore the jungle, layer by layer, with beautiful, 3-D paper scenes. Every page is an adventure, with multilayered, sculpted scenes that are perfect for little kids to discover rainforest animals from all around the world.
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The Little Book of Small World Play

Elmer Focus: Elephants may not be as you expect in this small world jungle! ... even paint an elephant model with enamel paint! houseplants (e.g. a spider plant) to make a jungle and a lamp (for the sun) paper and coloured pencils, ...

Author: Sharon Ward

Publisher: A&C Black

ISBN: 9781472903501

Category: Early childhood education

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New in the popular Little Book series, Small World Play activities for both indoors and outdoors
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Shenanigans at the Big Blue

'Wow' said my two friends when they saw a piece of paper near the beach in which they recognized their world. It was almost the same world but on each tree of the woods and the jungle there were huge red berries.

Author: Ivar Roth

Publisher: AuthorHouse

ISBN: 9781504993142

Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 128

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As you probably know, I have two friends: a vegetarian tiger and little bear. They are in my minds eyes, and I see them often. They talk to me, and since they might talk to you, Id like to introduce them. My friends met in an amusing way. The tiger found himself by mistake in a berry bush and was unable to pick up berries with his huge paws and jaws. The little bear noticed how clumsy he was and started to laugh. It was the first time she laughed at somebody else. This laugh was so irresistible that the poor tiger, his mouth all red with squashed berries, started to laugh too. A few days later, my friends discovered the big blue together.
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World War Weed Plant Life

in the jungle in a torrential rain storm with some sort of undercover cop/private investigator/spook and a trainee ... Just before we went our separate ways Sergio wrote his number and email address on a piece of paper and told me to ...

Author: the Professor

Publisher: Lulu.com

ISBN: 9780244091422

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Page: 238

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The first full edition works of the World War Weed trilogy - its action packed, stacked with adventure, global in scope and completely uncensored. The bulk of this anthology was compiled by 'the Professor' during five years as an international freelancer for Soft Secrets magazine. Plant Life is the freshly edited and only authorised collection of those works and contains several chapters of previously unpublished material. Real life stories of farmers, traders, users and smugglers from around the world are contextualised with a sociopolitical, economic, legal and historical narrative which is strongly rooted in the anarchist perspective. From valleys and hills to streets and cells, cartels, cops and dollar bills, risks, rewards and curing ills, this book is cannabis revealed and should appeal to everyone. From the wisest of dreads to the straightest of heads, Plant Life: twas writ to be read.
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For All the Evil in the World

After the food was gone I noticed a small piece of paper at the bottom of my lunch box. It was on lined paper and folded ... Once on the playground, I sat alone at a small secluded bench behind the jungle gym. Children danced and played ...

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Publisher: Dorrance Publishing

ISBN: 9781434920690

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Understanding the HighScope Approach

Alreadyin therightlocation aroundthe water tray for small group time, Sofka introduces the activity she has planned using shredded paperinthe water tray and small world jungle animals. With backup materials of grass and trees, ...

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Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781136623363

Category: Education

Page: 158

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Understanding the HighScope Approach is a much needed source of information for those wishing to extend and consolidate their understanding of the HighScope Approach. It will enable the reader to analyse the essential elements of the HighScope Approach to early childhood and its relationship to quality early years practice. Exploring all areas of the curriculum including the learning environment, plan-do-review, adult child interaction and assessment this book: describes the key principles of the HighScope approach to early childhood with examples from HighScope settings; provides students and practitioners with the relevant information about a key pedagogical influence on high quality early years practice in the United Kingdom; highlights the key ideas that practitioners should consider when reviewing and reflecting on their own practice; can be used as the basis for continuing professional development and action research Written to support the work of all those in the field of early years education and childcare, this is a vital text for students, early years and childcare practitioners, teachers, early years professionals, children’s centre professionals, lecturers, advisory teachers, head teachers and setting managers.
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Small World Play

Once children are accustomed to retelling popular stories through small world play with character toys, ... house with the little pigs inside and that the wolf is trying to blow it down, or that they have made a jungle and that all the ...

Author: Debbie Chalmers

Publisher: Andrews UK Limited

ISBN: 9781912611317

Category: Education

Page: 74

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Small World Play is a practical and informative book for practitioners and home-based professionals to use in their daily work with young children at all ability levels. It is designed to show how small world play contributes to the EYFS curriculum and to other important areas of children's lives. Explaining exactly what small world play is and why it is so important to all areas of children's development, it describes the different types of small world play, with toys, models, puzzles, construction kits and recycled materials, how to introduce children to small world play and how to encourage children to apply thinking skills more confidently. The themes included in the book cover: people and situations; animals and other living creatures; vehicles and machines; buildings, models and constructions; and recycled and found materials. Chapters are packed with ideas for resources, scenarios and narratives, to enable practitioners and children to share constructive and absorbing play, making this book a valuable guide to developing essential life skills, along with creativity and imagination.
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His Name was Death

... the world beyond the jungle so as not to plant in them the desire to leave and live among the white man. At other times, on days of suffocating heat, we went swimming in the lake and I made them little paper boats to play with.

Author: Rafael Bernal

Publisher: New Directions Publishing

ISBN: 9780811230841

Category: Fiction

Page: 144

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Never before in English, this legendary precursor to eco-fiction turns the coming insect apocalypse on its head A Wall Street Journal Best Science Fiction Book of 2021 A bitter drunk forsakes civilization and takes to the Mexican jungle, trapping animals, selling their pelts to buy liquor for colossal benders, and slowly rotting away in his fetid hut. His neighbors, a clan of the Lacodón tribe of Chiapas, however, see something more in him than he does himself (dubbing him Wise Owl): when he falls deathly ill, a shaman named Black Ant saves his life—and, almost by chance, in driving out his fever, she exorcises the demon of alcoholism as well. Slowly recovering, weak in his hammock, our antihero discovers a curious thing about the mosquitoes’ buzzing, “which to human ears seemed so irritating and pointless.” Perhaps, in fact, it constituted a language he might learn—and with the help of a flute and a homemade dictionary—even speak. Slowly, he masters Mosquil, with astonishing consequences… Will he harness the mosquitoes’ global might? And will his new powers enable him to take over the world that’s rejected him? A book far ahead of its time, His Name Was Death looks down the double-barreled shotgun of ecological disaster and colonial exploitation—and cackles a graveyard laugh.
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Twayne s World Authors Series

The little paper world momentarily defeats the inexorable clock . ... The “ funny - paper " world of the Kids is highly abstract and stylized ; its cardboard jungle and its brown - paper cannibals , and the ritual alternation of its ...

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ISBN: UCAL:B3562266

Category: Literature

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The Sportsman

The heading of this little paper would imply that the “ Sportsman all the world over ” had been all over the world ... when a youngster , at the death of many a savage tenant of the jungle , I may be permitted to describe the manner in ...

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ISBN: OXFORD:555044233

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