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Teaching with Picture Books




Why Use Online Picture Books

There are many picture books available. They can be found at libraries, book stores, schools, and homes. Because there are so many regular picture books available, a person may wonder why they should even considered using online picture books to teach their children instead of ... Continue reading Why Use Online Picture Books

Which Online Picture Books Are Good For Teaching?

Reading is a great way to open up different worlds and to learn about many things. Online picture books give parents and teachers a terrific opportunity to teach their children/students about many things. But with so many books available it can be hard to ... Continue reading Which Online Picture Books Are Good For Teaching?

Using Online Picture Books To Teach Reading and Writing To Children

From games to keeping in touch with friend, the internet provides children with many different opportunities these days. One other great opportunity that the internet provides is the opportunity to view and read picture books online. This article talks about how online picture books ... Continue reading Using Online Picture Books To Teach Reading and Writing To Children

Using Online Picture Books To Teach A Variety Of Things

For hundreds of years picture books have been used to teach children, and adults, many things about the world. In today's modern society, online picture books can be used to teach the same things that paper picture books have in the past. This article discusses ... Continue reading Using Online Picture Books To Teach A Variety Of Things


About Old Picture Books

32 story books from long ago, brought back to life with "real pages" that turn with a click of the mouse. Collected by syndicated columnist Barbara J. Feldman. Ms. Feldman's other sites include Nursery Rhymes, Alphabet Coloring Pages, Free Kids Coloring, Jokes By Kids, Make Play Dough, Light a Fire Education Quotes, Dot-to-Dot Puzzles, and Surfing the Net with Kids.

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