Lewisville, N.C. (PRWEB) June 06, 2011
The Learn Every Day series is back with the release of two new teacher resource books published by Gryphon House. Each of the books in the Learn Every Day series offers teachers 100 classroom-tested activities that make learning fun and engaging for young children. The activities in these books are written by teachers and professionals from the field of early childhood education who use these activities in their classrooms every day.
The activities in Learn Every Day about Seasons (ISBN: 978-0-87659-364-6, 128 pages, $12.95) make for a year full of fun! Each season holds special meaning for children: summer is a time of sun and warmth; fall is when the leaves change color; winter means snowy days; and spring is when the world turns green again. Now teachers can bring the magic of each season into their classrooms with exciting new activities to do during each season. Children will learn the difference between the seasons, love making paper cutout fall leaves, suns, and snowflakes and celebrate the joy and excitement of the world outside all year long!
Children are innately interested in their world. The activities in Learn Every Day about Social Studies (ISBN: 978-0-87659-363-9, 128 pages, $12.95) invite children to explore the world around them – learn about different cultures, enjoy a variety of careers, and discover the uniqueness of their own neighborhood. From the many ways we are alike and different to the variety of homes around the world, children will delve into these social studies activities with enthusiasm. Each activity also lists related children’s books to expand upon learning objectives.
Learn Every Day about Seasons and Learn Every Day about Social Studies will both be available June 2011 from Gryphon House.
Gryphon House is an award-winning publisher of resource books for parents and teachers of children from birth through age eight. Developmentally appropriate and easy-to-use, Gryphon House books provide parents and teachers with the tools they need to bring the joy of learning to young children.