This 14 page E-book available as an immediate digital download from TeachersPayTeachers shares a dozen different instruments from world cultures plus a map of where you might find them. Instruments included are ones that are easily recognized – like the guitar – but also more unusual instruments that come from Russia, India, China, Hawaii and South America as well.
By Joan O’Brien
Is it time to hide the brooms yet?
Discover wonderful ways that people celebrate Christmas in countries that range from Great Britain, France, Australia, Greece, China, Iraq, Sweden and Norway where it is customary to hide a broom after a beautiful family feast on Christmas Eve. Wonderful short explanations about meaningful traditions accompany beautiful black and white pictures that are truly inviting to color.
This is a great book that shares background on customs such as hanging stocking, caroling, mistletoe, yule logs and introduces so many other days and ways that people celebrate the season that heralds the birth of Christ. Great fun as a homeschooling social studies project or just for coloring, Christmas or holiday fun.
Highly recommended. Now, to find my crayons and coloring pencils!
Learn how Christmas is celebrated around the world by coloring 30 pictures, among them vignettes of young carolers in Great Britain, Mexican children playing under a piñata, a Swedish girl wearing a traditional crown of candles, Greek children parading with drums and triangles, and an Australian family picnicking on a beach.
Written by Cheryl Benner
What is Christmas like among the “plain” folk of Pennsylvania? Although there’s no electricity and few modern devices, the holiday season is filled with fun, friendship and giving.
Did you know that students from the Amish schoolhouse are called “scholars”. Find out if they exchange presents. How they thank their teacher and postman at the holiday times? What is a taffy pull – and does it sound like fun? Nicely written and illustrated in black and white, each page allows a child to not only read about this community but also color and explore the pictures and images.
This is a simple and beautiful book – as much fun to read as it is to color! Highly recommended for anyone who is interested in simpler holidays or getting back to “the reason for the season.”
p>Amish families -- with all their children, aunts, uncles, cousins, and grandparents -- celebrate Christmas in this holiday-happy coloring book. Full of surprises, yet faithful in their detail, these pictures show the many satisfying ways that Amish boys and girls keep Christmas. A delightful series: An Amish Farm Coloring Book An Amish Quilt Coloring Book An Amish Christmas Coloring Book