ISIL: Scrubba Dub, Carlos

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Carlos loves playing in the mud, building with clay, and drawing with chalk, but he doesn't like washing his hands. With the guidance of his friends and teacher, Carlos learns how easy—and fun—it is to wash up.

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Carlos loves playing in the mud, building with clay, and drawing with chalk, but he doesn't like washing his hands. With the guidance of his friends and teacher, Carlos learns how easy—and fun—it is to wash up.

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Children's Literature - Christy Devillier
A preschooler learns the essentials of hand washing, including why it's important and how to properly perform this ritual. After young Carlos plays with chalk, clay, and mud, his hands are dirty. He sees his friends wash their hands, but Carlos doesn't want to waste time getting clean. There's too much fun to be had. Soon, Carlos' friends and his teacher, Miss Cathy, She invites the class to talk about the merits of hand washing and when it should be done. Afterwards, they show Carlos how to get squeaky clean with water, soap, and an easy song to sing while scrubbing away dirt and germs. This portion of the story offers additional visual aids to reinforce the lesson. The end of the book provides step-by-step illustrations for hand washing, the words to the "Scrubba Dub Song," and five questions to engage children in thinking about this topic. Knowing why, when, and how to wash one's hands is a critical lesson for preschoolers and kindergarteners, the intended audience for this practical book; Murphy drives home the message through appealing characters and a straightforward story. This illustrated title is one of many in the "I See I Learn" series. Reviewer: Christy Devillier
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Stuart J. Murphy, author of the award-winning MathStart books (HarperCollins), has developed a new series for Charlesbridge: I SEE I LEARN®. The I SEE I LEARN® books feature simple stories and visual learning strategies to help young children learn important social, emotional, health and safety, and cognitive skills. Stuart, a visual learning specialist, has also served on the authorship teams of a number of major educational programs. A graduate of Rhode Island School of Design, Stuart and his wife, Nancy, live in Boston, Massachusetts, near their children and three grandchildren, Jack, Madeleine, and Camille.

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