Look what we've brought you from Vietnam: Crafts, games, recipes, stories, and other cultural activities from new Americans download epub
by Phyllis Shalant
Introduces Vietnam's cultural background with games, folk tales, recipes, puppets, and crafts.
Creative activities and seat work - Juvenile literature, Handicraft - Vietnam, Cooking, Vietnamese, Folklore - Vietnam, Games, Creative activities and seat work, Manners and customs, Vietnam - Social life and customs - Juvenile literature, Vietnam - Social life and customs, Vietnam. New York : J. Messner. Introduces Vietnam's cultural background with games, folk tales, recipes, puppets, and crafts. Roy, Joanna, illustrator. Books for People with Print Disabilities.
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Oanh rated it liked it Nov 13, 2008. I live in White Plains, New York with my husband, our dog, Kristi, and a red-eared turtle named Bartleby. Our two grown daughters, Emily and Jenny, visit us often.
As a former Brooklynite and elementary school teacher I was interested in reading your book. i must say I was delighted to see all the activities, stories and even recipes pertaining to Korea. it is such a treat for children to learn about other cultures. Children are children everywhere as your book shows. Best of luck in your teaching career that lets you reach out and inspire youngsters. One person found this helpful.
crafts, games, recipes, stories, and other cultural activities from new Americans. Published 1988 by J. Messner in New York. Creative activities and seat work, Folklore, Games, Handicraft, Juvenile literature, Social life and customs, Vietnamese Cookery, Protected DAISY, Vietnamese Cooking, Manners and customs.
book by Phyllis Shalant. Weight: . 0 lbs. Dimensions: 1. " x . " x 1. ". Age Range: 7 years and up. Grade Range: Grade 2 and higher. You Might Also Enjoy. Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets.
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An introduction to Vietnamese customs, crafts, games, and recipes that, unfortunately, lacks sources and doesn't succeed in capturing the flavor of the culture. The craft adaptations rely heavily on nontraditional materials (wax paper and plastic straws), and also present some technical problems. The six puppets included with a brief puppet-script can carry out the action of the story only with difficulty: Raven, who must fly, has wings at rest; the two brothers who must climb on Raven and carry a sack have hands clasped in front and stand stiffly forward.
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