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eBook The Can-Do Thanksgiving ePub

by Marion Hess Pomeranc

  • ISBN: 0807510548
  • Category: Growing Up and Facts of Life
  • Subcategory: For Children
  • Author: Marion Hess Pomeranc
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Albert Whitman & Co (September 1, 1998)
  • Pages: 32
  • ePub book: 1496 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1131 kb
  • Other: docx mbr mobi doc
  • Rating: 4.5
  • Votes: 249

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The Can-Do Thanksgiving by Marion Hess Pomeranc. Something Beautifulby Wyeth, Sharon Dennis. After reading the book, have students discuss in groups how each character in each book has contributed something philanthropic to his/her community

The Can-Do Thanksgiving by Marion Hess Pomeranc. After reading the book, have students discuss in groups how each character in each book has contributed something philanthropic to his/her community. Then call individuals to report for their group. The teacher will record their responses onto a chart (See Attachment One: How Have They Helped?). After reading several books, ask the students to identify the common themes, behaviors, and conclusions of the characters.

The Can-Do Thanksgiving offers young children, their parents, and/or their teachers a vehicle in which to begin to explore the subject of homelessness, hunger, and the needy. Its strenth is that it's written in a format that kids can understand and have fun with. It will also give a child a feeling that perhaps in their own way they can do something. After all, we ask our kids donate cans of food to feed the hungry but it often ends there

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Thanksgiving Books for Kids Library Checklist. T hanksgiv ing books. Twas' The Night Before Thanksgiving Mayflower 1620 The Can-Do Thanksgiving It's Thanksgiving! The Story of the Pilgrims Thanksgiving Treat I'm No Turkey The Night Before Thanksgiving Sharing the Bread.

Helping serve a Thanksgiving Day meal to poor people at the local church, Dee and her class are struck with a crisis, but thanks to a can of peas that she carefully inscribes with her name, Dee saves the day and makes a new friend.

Comments

Falya Falya
Excellent condition for a used library book, and a wonderful heartwarming story for Thanksgiving.
Zymbl Zymbl
Dee and her classmates collect canned goods for a local soup kitchen, then have the privilege of helping serve Thanksgiving dinner there. A warm story that shows if everyone does just a small part, it can make a big difference. A must read for every elementary school.
LONUDOG LONUDOG
The Can-Do Thanksgiving offers young children, their parents, and/or their teachers a vehicle in which to begin to explore the subject of homelessness, hunger, and the needy. Its strenth is that it's written in a format that kids can understand and have fun with. It will also give a child a feeling that perhaps in their own way they can do something. After all, we ask our kids donate cans of food to feed the hungry but it often ends there. Well, the cans do go somewhere and each one can help someone, somehow, in its own way. In The Can-Do Thanksgiving children will experience this first hand.
Bu Bu
I am surprised that SLJ panned this title. I personally think it is excellently crafted and very age-appropriate for grade K-3 for teaching the spirit of community service. The main character approaches the service projects the way a kid might, and she works through her commitment to the project with the spirit of a kid. The book is not preachy and definitely not a downer, like "oh, look at these poor people and their lousy lives.." like some books that are intended to create sympathy do. The people who come to the church for the community Thanksgiving dinner are portrayed as normal people with dignity and the story does not create a sharp delineation between the children who are doing the service from the children who are receiving the service.
I am using this title with my Brownie Girl Scout troop to teach them about how children can go about helping in bigger projects that benefit the whole community.