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Coconut Flour Recipes: Gluten Free, Low-Carb, a...
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This book contains recipes that use coconut flour. We will start with recipes for the most important meal of the day, breakfast. Chapter one introduces breakfast choices that will not only get your body started off on the right foot, but also taste delicious. The section purposely begins with pancakes, so you can experiment and test the liquid to flour ratio. With pancakes you can mix, test how they cook, and adjust accordingly. In chapter two we will graduate to multiuse breads, muffins, and specialty loaves. You can incorporate coconut flour breads into sandwiches, wraps, and tortillas using these foundational recipes. In chapter three we will introduce you to ways to include coconut flour in savory entrée dishes. Hear which surprising dishes have healthier alternatives. After dinner, we will move on to cakes in chapter four. When it comes time for family and friends to celebrate, refined flour and sugar desserts will get the boot after you give these recipes a try. Create a healthier cake without sacrificing taste. Last but not least, in chapter five you will find flavorful, delicious desserts with nutritious ingredients. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Kathy Vogel. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/040161/bk_acx0_040161_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.

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Stand: 05.07.2020
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Supporting Content Area Literacy with Technology
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Incorporate technology into your reading and content area instruction and get every student excited to learn! To make content area learning more engaging and meaningful for all students, Bill and Kathy present teachers with a basic framework for pairing literacy strategies with readily available classroom technology. Drawing on concepts of universal design and flexible curriculum access, the authors demonstrate how content literacy strategies can be given technology applications to make them more engaging and responsive to the learning needs of all students. The authors also explore legislation authorizing the use of technology for learners with diverse abilities and offer teachers tools to make technology work in their classroom for these learners. Their evidence-based procedures, explicit instruction strategies, and authentic activities guide teachers in integrating curriculum with English/language arts, social studies, science, and math to reduce the barriers to learning and improve student achievement. Bill and Kathy's friendly advice and suggestions for technology adaptations for reading strategies are just the support teachers need to turn their classrooms into powerful learning communities that foster reading comprehension and content learning for all students. Learn how to use technology as a tool for providing literacy strategy supports with Supporting Content Area Literacy with Technology!

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
Stand: 05.07.2020
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Inspiring Science in the Early Years
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This book explores the science inherent in good early years practice and provides a rich range of ideas to inspire you to 'have a go' in your setting. It provides a balance between theory which underpins good practice and plenty of ideas of how you might put the theory into practice. With a focus on how children learn about the world they live in and activities intended to develop scientific understanding the book offers an holistic approach, with key topics including: How children construct scientific meaning Tuning into children's initial scientific understanding How play supports the development of children's science ideas Providing a rich environment for learning early years science Developing children's scientific experiences This handy guide is ideal to support you if you are studying on an early years course, or if you are an established early years professional who wishes to enrich early scientific learning in your setting. Lois Kelly and Di Stead are Education Consultants specializing in primary science.This clearly written and engaging book examines Science in the Early Years through a variety of activities, including role-play, toys and technology. The vital importance of sensory experiences and language is emphasized throughout.The wide experience and knowledge of the authors guarantees a highly enjoyable read. The links to all curricula in the UK are extremely beneficial and I particularly liked the way that photographs and Key Points text boxes have been used throughout the book. The breadth and depth of writing about science makes this a highly desirable book for any practitioner working or studying in the Early Years. Kathy Brodie, Independent Early Years ConsultantAs an Early Years consultant who is passionate about children's thinking, exploring, questioning, investigating and most of all engaging...I really enjoyed this book. I especially liked it because it provokes practitioners to think about 'science' as the discovery and exploration of the world around us and not just as a National Curriculum subject. The mix of authors, their writing styles and the content of each chapter makes it a really easy and engaging read. Definitely one to add to your reading list if you work with children in the Early Years. Alistair Bryce-Clegg, Early Years ConsultantAs the title suggests, this book from the first page onwards inspires the reader to learn more about how to develop, enhance and incorporate effective practice in science in the early years. In addition to developing an understanding of how to approach the teaching of science, it gives a clearly articulated and accessible theoretical insight into how young children learn. To compliment this there are points of reflection, case studies, practical tasks and examples from the field. This is a valuable book for both students and practitioners alike as it goes beyond just giving suggestions for what to do; it explains the why and the how as well. Joanne McNulty, Manchester Metropolitan UniversityThis is a warm, accessible book, strongly grounded in research. It interweaves real life examples of science in the early years with underlying pedagogic principles and inspires new possibilities. The enthusiasm of the authors is contagious! Kendra McMahon, Bath Spa University

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
Stand: 05.07.2020
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Quantum Wellness
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Quantum Wellness is the idea that you can achieve a significant increase in the health of mind, body and spirit through small focused steps, which will, in turn, yield extraordinary changes in your life. None of us makes perfect choices all the time so, in this New York Times bestseller, Kathy Freston shows how small steps regarding how to eat, how to work, how to live in our imperfect bodies and how to stay positive can add up to significant breakthroughs in overall well-being. To do this, Freston advocates setting manageable goals - achieving a little one day a week, then two, then more - and building up to a complete programme that can incorporate all or some of the eight pillars of wellness: meditation, visualisation, fun activities, a diet of whole foods, exercise, helping others, considering yourself and spiritual practise. In combination, these will take perfect care of your mind, body and spirit, raising you to the pinnacle of wellness.

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
Stand: 05.07.2020
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Inspiring Science in the Early Years
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This book explores the science inherent in good early years practice and provides a rich range of ideas to inspire you to 'have a go' in your setting. It provides a balance between theory which underpins good practice and plenty of ideas of how you might put the theory into practice. With a focus on how children learn about the world they live in and activities intended to develop scientific understanding the book offers an holistic approach, with key topics including: How children construct scientific meaning Tuning into children's initial scientific understanding How play supports the development of children's science ideas Providing a rich environment for learning early years science Developing children's scientific experiences This handy guide is ideal to support you if you are studying on an early years course, or if you are an established early years professional who wishes to enrich early scientific learning in your setting. Lois Kelly and Di Stead are Education Consultants specializing in primary science.This clearly written and engaging book examines Science in the Early Years through a variety of activities, including role-play, toys and technology. The vital importance of sensory experiences and language is emphasized throughout.The wide experience and knowledge of the authors guarantees a highly enjoyable read. The links to all curricula in the UK are extremely beneficial and I particularly liked the way that photographs and Key Points text boxes have been used throughout the book. The breadth and depth of writing about science makes this a highly desirable book for any practitioner working or studying in the Early Years. Kathy Brodie, Independent Early Years ConsultantAs an Early Years consultant who is passionate about children's thinking, exploring, questioning, investigating and most of all engaging...I really enjoyed this book. I especially liked it because it provokes practitioners to think about 'science' as the discovery and exploration of the world around us and not just as a National Curriculum subject. The mix of authors, their writing styles and the content of each chapter makes it a really easy and engaging read. Definitely one to add to your reading list if you work with children in the Early Years. Alistair Bryce-Clegg, Early Years ConsultantAs the title suggests, this book from the first page onwards inspires the reader to learn more about how to develop, enhance and incorporate effective practice in science in the early years. In addition to developing an understanding of how to approach the teaching of science, it gives a clearly articulated and accessible theoretical insight into how young children learn. To compliment this there are points of reflection, case studies, practical tasks and examples from the field. This is a valuable book for both students and practitioners alike as it goes beyond just giving suggestions for what to do; it explains the why and the how as well. Joanne McNulty, Manchester Metropolitan UniversityThis is a warm, accessible book, strongly grounded in research. It interweaves real life examples of science in the early years with underlying pedagogic principles and inspires new possibilities. The enthusiasm of the authors is contagious! Kendra McMahon, Bath Spa University

Anbieter: Thalia AT
Stand: 05.07.2020
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Quantum Wellness
10,99 € *
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Quantum Wellness is the idea that you can achieve a significant increase in the health of mind, body and spirit through small focused steps, which will, in turn, yield extraordinary changes in your life. None of us makes perfect choices all the time so, in this New York Times bestseller, Kathy Freston shows how small steps regarding how to eat, how to work, how to live in our imperfect bodies and how to stay positive can add up to significant breakthroughs in overall well-being. To do this, Freston advocates setting manageable goals - achieving a little one day a week, then two, then more - and building up to a complete programme that can incorporate all or some of the eight pillars of wellness: meditation, visualisation, fun activities, a diet of whole foods, exercise, helping others, considering yourself and spiritual practise. In combination, these will take perfect care of your mind, body and spirit, raising you to the pinnacle of wellness.

Anbieter: Thalia AT
Stand: 05.07.2020
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