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Spil og spildynamikker har til alle tider fascineret mennesker. Spil skaber engagement gennem leg, hvor alle kan være deltagere. Spil har klare mål og regler, hvor man kan fejle – og prøve igen. Et godt spil indeholder interessante udfordringer og muligheder for selv at træffe valg. Alt sammen er kendetegn, som også kan genfindes i den gode undervisning. Der kan ligge og tillægges mange meningsfulde former for faglighed i et godt spil. Temanummeret introducerer til feltet i både et alment- og fagdidaktisk perspektiv.
Martha aime la danseAujourd'hui c'est un grand jour¿! Martha et ses amis s'apprêtent à faire le spectacle annuel de leur école de danse. Sont-ils prêts pour le lever du rideaü? Ont-ils mis suffisamment d'efforts toute l'année pour y arriver¿? Suis Martha tout au long de cette journée spéciale et vois comment tous sauront faire pour que cet événement soit un succès. Ce livre inclut des exercices de danse à faire, des activités sollicitant la mémoire et du vocabulaire spécialisé. Afin d'accompagner les exercices il y a également un lien de musique associé à ceux-ci et des coloriages à télécharger.
Supernatural seventh-graders forge their own path to stardom... but stardom has its costs! Liska, Ephy, and Airin are thrilled to finally attend their dream school, Eclipse Arts, where they can let their talents and passions shine...there's just one big problem: their families. Ephy's family wants her to become an instant star, while Liska's passion for music clashes with her family's reputation. In singing, Airin finds relief from a terrible family curse. But when a stunning opening ceremony cements their dreams, Liska, Ephy, and Airin band together and set their sights on winning the quad talent show. But their families and competition, fellow classmate Oliver, would do anything to stop them from winning, especially Airin. Eclipse Arts is a cozy middle grade fantasy for ages 8 to 12.
The dance recital is today! Ballerina Pima Puppy gets dressed in leotard, tutu and fluttery wings for her butterfly dance. From the dressing room and backstage to performing in bright lights, young readers will feel the excitement of performing onstage. For ages 2-7, preschool+.
¿A stunning read [. . .] simmering with tension and gripping to the final word.¿ ¿Debbie Rigaud, New York Times bestselling author of Simone Breaks All the Rules and A Girl¿s Guide to Love & MagicNow in paperback! A Black teen dancer with dreams of landing a spot in a prestigious ballet company must learn to dance on her own terms in this explosive debut about the healing power of art and friendship, perfect for fans of Heartstopper and Tiny Pretty Things.Ballet is Aishäs life. But when discrimination at her elite academy pushes her to her breaking point, she decides to pivot. At her new public arts school, Aisha scores more dance opportunities than she¿s ever had before. And it doesn¿t hurt that she gets to take classes with her bestie . . . and with Ollie, an adorably shy musician who keeps throwing off her usually impeccable balance.Yet even as Aisha navigates friendships, family conflict, and first love, questions about her dance career open up new and old wounds. Aisha must find strength in herself and place her trust in others to make her next move."At times hopeful and beautiful but also heartbreakingly devastating, When It All Syncs Up is a story of love in so many forms. But maybe most important of all, it is about the love we give ourselves, and allow ourselves to be given, even at our most broken."¿Jonny Garza Villa, author of the Pura Belpré Honor Book Fifteen Hundred Miles from the Sun
A funny, heavily illustrated new chapter book series about sports and sportsmanship by the acclaimed author of Game Changer
A buoyant biography of trailblazer Lucille Ball, the comedy queen who loved to make the world laugh
Hope is a superpower.Running is Alice's happy place - you might even say it's in her DNA. She's the best runner at her school but is struggling to prove her worth. Jade is slowly coming to realise that prejudices can be found everywhere, even in the most surprising places. Realising that her education is ill-equipped to encompass her own history and heritage, and taunted by bullies at school, she knows it's time to tell her own story. Meanwhile, litter is piling up in the local forest, and all over the world an environmental crisis is looming. Chloe is determined to make a change, starting with the town.Three girls prepare to stand up for what they believe in despite the injustices stacked against them in this new play exploring what it takes to make a difference, the power of friendship, and the importance of believing in your own voice.Co-commissioned by Fuel, Imaginate and Northern Stage. Developed and supported by the Scottish Government's Festivals Expo Fund and Imaginate's Accelerator programme. Protest is published in Methuen Drama's Plays for Young People series which offers suitable plays for young performers and audiences at schools, youth groups, and youth theatres.
"The carnation flower's scent is fragrant in the breeze. It wakes me so I escape the dark world of dreams."Awakening on the golden flower bridge of Bry, Fleur cannot remember how she came to be there. There are lingering fumes of smoke in the air and within her reach, lies her romantic partner, Sherwin's jacket. Wrapped around Fleur's wrist is a living, wild Carnation flower.Determined to find answers, Fleur travels back in time with the wild Carnation flower. As she revisits moments of yesterday, she engages with the living energies of her lifeworld. Slowly, Fleur unravels the lingering, dark mystery behind Sherwin's disappearance.Award-winning Susan Marshall makes history in this publication. Drawing upon more than two decades of her experiences as a professional author, theatre practitioner and expert educator, she introduces a theoretical discourse and a practical framework for a new theatrical style for the stage. In her groundbreaking article: Theatre Playscapes: A New Theatrical Style, Susan examines the impacts of the twenty first century's unprecedented emphasis on individualism, within the constraints of globalisation. She argues that in our brave new world, the role of the theatre is vital in its abilities to empower our young people to choose to nurture their beings, develop autonomy and to connect with their lifeworlds. In this play, Fleur of Yesterday, we see Susan's work with the Theatre Playscapes style in practice. Inspired by her travels in France, Susan has engaged in extensive research into the science of plant breeding and has created a play that speaks for the precious life of the wild flower. Drawing upon the beauty of both the English and French languages, Susan creates an evocative, energetic and mysterious play for young adults.
An unforgettable YA debut by Jamison Shea. Ace of Spades meets House of Hollow in a thrilling horror novel about the toll of giving everything to a world that will never love you back.Laure Mesny is determined to make it in the cut-throat world of ballet, and she will do anything to prove that this Black girl can take centre stage. Anything . . . Even if it means entering into a bargain with a primordial power in the Catacombs beneath Paris.Laure is promised influence and adoration - and she gets it. But that alone is not enough, not for the cruel and privileged people who surround her. Her climb to stardom leaves broken bodies in her wake, some of which aren't her doing. As she finds herself deep within this monstrous world, she is faced with the ultimate choice: will she retreat or succumb to the darkness forever?THERE WILL BE BLOOD.
The ultimate fact book and journal for fans of Selena Gomez!Packed with fun facts, quick quizzes, and bonus pages for journaling, this is a must-have for any Selenators.
The ultimate fact book and journal for fans of Lizzo!Packed with fun facts, quick quizzes, and bonus pages for journaling, this is a must-have for any Lizzbians.
Mena loved reading poetry and her favorite poet was Robert Burns. She knew a lot of information about the Scottish bard. Mena loved knowing Burns didn't give up his dream even though he struggled.
Help your little one dream big with a Little Golden Book biography about comedian, actor, and filmmaker Mel Brooks. Little Golden Book biographies are the perfect introduction to nonfiction for young readers—as well as fans of all ages!This Little Golden Book about Mel Brooks--legendary EGOT funnyman and director of classics such as Young Frankenstein and The Producers--is an inspiring read-aloud for young children and their parents and grandparents who are fans.Look for more Little Golden Book biographies: • Betty White • Carol Burnett • Lucille Ball • Harry Belafonte • Julie Andrews • Dwayne Johnson
Help your little one dream big with a Little Golden Book biography about body-builder, movie star, and politician Arnold Schwarzenegger. Little Golden Book biographies are the perfect introduction to nonfiction for young readers—as well as fans of all ages!This Little Golden Book about Arnold Schwarzenegger--an immigrant from Austria who achieved the American dream and became Mr. Universe, an action movie icon, and the governor of California--is an inspiring read-aloud for young children and Terminator fans of any age. Look for more Little Golden Book biographies: • Betty White • Carol Burnett • Lucille Ball • Harry Belafonte • Julie Andrews • Dwayne Johnson
A collection of nonfiction anecdotes about the love between animal mothers and their babies.Fourteen pairs of animal mothers and their babies are presented in this loving nonfiction picture book. From polar bears to alligators to orangutans, this unexpected and deeply tender book reflects the fierce love and natural connection between a mother and her baby. Each animal mother shows a uniquely protective characteristic, providing a snapshot of motherhood and childhood in nature that invites personal connection and reflection. The watercolor portraits mirror the soft text and bring the affection and love to life, further connecting us to our fellow animals. This is the perfect lap-time, bedtime, or snuggle-time read-aloud for mother and child.
In this empowering deconstruction of the so-called American Dream, a twelve-year-old Japanese American girl grapples with, and ultimately rises above, the racism and trials of middle school she experiences while chasing her dreams.As the daughter of immigrants who came to America for a better life, Annie Inoue was raised to dream big. And at the start of seventh grade, she's channeling that irrepressible hope into becoming the lead in her school play.So when Annie lands an impressive role in the production of The King and I, she's thrilled . . . until she starts to hear grumbles from her mostly white classmates that she only got the part because it's an Asian play with Asian characters. Is this all people see when they see her? Is this the only kind of success they'll let her have?one that they can tear down or use race to belittle?Disheartened but determined, Annie channels her hurt into a new dream: showing everyone what she's made of.Waka T. Brown, author of While I Was Away, delivers an uplifting coming-of-age story about a Japanese American girl's fight to make space for herself in a world that claims to celebrate everyone's differences but doesn't always follow through.
In this adaptation of the popular children's song "Animal Fair," there are all kinds of animals doing silly things! The big baboon is combing his hair, the kangaroos are rattling spoons, the bears are juggling pears, and the chimps are swinging on the trapeze. Can you guess what happens to the mischievous monk...the monk, the monk, the monk? Cheerful illustrations bring this lively rendition to life.