Lola and the Dancing Ladybugs
Lola wanted to go to the forest jazzy party, but needed to learn the snazzy-dazzy. Tap, count and dance along, as Lola’s ladybug friends teach her to dance so they could all attend the party.
Physical expression through movement and rhythm, feelings and ideas, is known to positively influence memory, concentration, and classroom behavior. By using Jazz, this book capitalizes on spontaneity and improvisation to let kids move at their own pace, in their own way. There’s no right or wrong, just some choices that are better than others.
Educators know that speaking, reading, writing, and numeracy are among the most important skills children learn. Whether reading independently or through shared reading, children develop their imagination, enhance creativity, strengthen oral language development and communicate more effectively.
Numeracy skills facilitate children’s understanding of mathematical information and allow them to solve problems in everyday life.
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