When a Butterfly Sneezes: A Guide for Helping Kids Explore Interconnections in Our World Through Favorite Stories (Systems Thinking for Kids, Big and Small, Vol. 1)

When a Butterfly Sneezes A Guide for Helping Kids Explore Interconnections in Our World Through Favorite Stories Systems Thinking for Kids Big and Small Vol A must have resource for any parent or educator who wants to help children think about interconnections in our world Each chapter focuses on a favorite children s picture book and reveals the systems

  • Title: When a Butterfly Sneezes: A Guide for Helping Kids Explore Interconnections in Our World Through Favorite Stories (Systems Thinking for Kids, Big and Small, Vol. 1)
  • Author: Linda Booth Sweeney
  • ISBN: 9781883823528
  • Page: 138
  • Format: Paperback
  • A must have resource for any parent or educator who wants to help children think about interconnections in our world Each chapter focuses on a favorite children s picture book and reveals the systems principle inherent in the story, general points for discussion, illustrations of key concepts, and questions to spark conversation for both younger and older readers.

    • When a Butterfly Sneezes: A Guide for Helping Kids Explore Interconnections in Our World Through Favorite Stories (Systems Thinking for Kids, Big and Small, Vol. 1) by Linda Booth Sweeney
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      Published :2019-03-23T07:41:17+00:00

    2 thoughts on “When a Butterfly Sneezes: A Guide for Helping Kids Explore Interconnections in Our World Through Favorite Stories (Systems Thinking for Kids, Big and Small, Vol. 1)

    1. Linda Booth Sweeney Is a well-known author, some of his books are a fascination for readers like in the When a Butterfly Sneezes: A Guide for Helping Kids Explore Interconnections in Our World Through Favorite Stories (Systems Thinking for Kids, Big and Small, Vol. 1) book, this is one of the most wanted Linda Booth Sweeney author readers around the world.

    2. Fills a definite need. I would have liked to see more of the systems concepts specifically addressed by each suggested book. The first book they suggested, Give a Mouse a Cookie, had great specific suggestions of a sequence of activities to use with the book. The other books were not as fully fleshed out.

    3. This is a great lesson resource book for introducing interconnections and systems thinking in classrooms, K-8.

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