- An Academically Enriched Children’s Literature Book
A “mysterious” narrator takes the reader on many mysteries to be learned at the beach. Learn about the many animals that live on the beach while enhancing sight words and scientific knowledge. This book is includes a parent and teacher resource section. For parents or any caregiver, this is a great tool for exploring the teacher within and creating wonderful teaching moments for the learner in your life.
Reading is the cornerstone of all learning. Regardless if the book is hand held and made of paper, or if it is stored on an electronic device, the words open the door to the imagination, not the physical object.
If we are to teach and be effective in the 21st century, then we need to know its language and understand its abilities as a learning tool.
Technology is here and it is not going away, in fact, it is changing by the minute. The goal should be to embrace the good aspect of incorporating technology into the learning platform.
May we continue to seek knowledge in all things,
I will be working on epublishing two new academically focused children’s books with parent and teacher resource section.
The goal of The Many Mysteries of the Beach
is to introduce and enhance academic science vocabulary and sight words
. This book will also have a resource section for parents, pre-K and elementary educators. The paintings
for this book were painted by Mary Sharon, my mother, who while living with my husband and me for the last ten years of her life, would sit out on the back deck and paint. She lost her battle with Colon-Rectal cancer
in 2005. Her passion for life, reading and art are evident in her work, as her paintings
tell a story all on their own.
The academic focus for The Many Mysteries of the Beach are sight words and science facts.
The goal of Phonics Friends’ Adventure
is to promote literacy while enhancing the cornerstone of reading, phonics
focus for this book are phonics, sight words and science facts. This book will come with a parent/teacher resource page.
Together, through positive collaboration, we all can make a difference for our children, our future.
May we seek knowledge in all things,
“acte non verbe”