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EDWINA BINA Y El Dia De Las Bolitas
     

EDWINA BINA Y El Dia De Las Bolitas

by Janie Lancaster
 
Reading Edwina Beena’s Polka Dot Day will stimulate a sense of wonder and the imagination of your child. With just a light touch and flick on an iPad or iPod your child’s index finger and thumb will turn into a magnifying glass so they can explore, along with Edwina Beena, her delightful polka dot world.

Combine the wonders of modern technology

Overview

Reading Edwina Beena’s Polka Dot Day will stimulate a sense of wonder and the imagination of your child. With just a light touch and flick on an iPad or iPod your child’s index finger and thumb will turn into a magnifying glass so they can explore, along with Edwina Beena, her delightful polka dot world.

Combine the wonders of modern technology with one of the most effective ways to educate our children—reading the written page. Also available in English

Activities for Fun and Learning

After reading the book have your kids find and describe the many different colors of polka dots found by Edwina Beena. Have them pick their favorite colors.

Cut out circles, add feet and hands and have your kids draw in the face to create their own polka dot characters. Then have them make up a story about their polka dot character.

Make polka dot hats or put polka dots on clothes or poster boards and then have a polka dot parade. Making a polka dot collage can be fun too.

Product Details

BN ID:
2940013537620
Publisher:
Jane L. Lancaster
Publication date:
11/22/2011
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
6 MB
Age Range:
6 - 8 Years

Meet the Author

The Author, Janie Lancaster, grew up in Middletown, New York. She now lives in southern California with her husband Don—her blue-eyed childhood sweetheart. Janie is known for her creation of believable characters in her published works. She writes for a variety of age groups and loves to visit schools and libraries to talk to kids about creative writing.

The Illustrator, Yasuyo Folks, grew up in Tokyo, Japan where she learned the intricate, detailed work involved in Japanese art. Now she is back to her first love of creative, free-style painting. Keep your eye on this artist’s work as she brings to life lovable, memorable scenes and characters.

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