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Let's Get Moving Set of 6
    Code: LETSG101
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    ISBN: 9781404225176
    Format: Reinforced Hardcover
    Publisher: Rosen
    Ages: 4 to 8
    Size: 8¼ x 8½
    Total Pages: 24 pages per book
    For Grades: PreK to 2
    List Price: $141.60
    Publisher's School and Library Price: $106.20
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    This series ties directly to the National Standards for Arts Education. In these fun books, children will learn important concepts about movement. Locomotor movement and the spatial concepts that go along with it are broken down through exciting action photography and simple, repetitive text that will help build reading skills as children learn all about movement. Certified Movement Analyst Nancy Allison consulted on the series.

    —The Marching Book

    Titles include:


    The Galloping Book

    Horses can gallop, but do your students realize that they can gallop too? Not only will children learn about this important movement but they will also soon be reading at a full gallop!


    The Hopping Book

    This unique book will engage young readers through color action photography and age-appropriate text. They will want to hop, and hop, and hop!


    The Jumping Book

    There are many ways to jump, and students will enjoy reading about them all and then trying to invent some new ones. Jumping is an important locomotor skill and one that is certainly fun to read about and try.



    The Marching Book

    What makes marching different from walking, or from other movements? Children will find out as they build their developing reading skills.


    The Running Book

    Children will read about how running moves a body through space. A person can run in a straight line, on a curved path, or even sideways.


    The Skipping Book

    Skipping is a fun way to move! Children will build important reading skills while they learn about skipping as a basic locomotor movement.