Little Library Life Skills: Remembering Grandmother Reader by Dianne Stewart


Little Library Life Skills: Remembering Grandmother Reader by Dianne Stewart

The Little Library Life Skills Kit (along with the Literacy and Numeracy Kits) was initially developed to respond to a need for high quality, indigenous books for the younger members of our communities. After ten years successful use in schools, the kits have now been revised to meet the changing needs of learners, schools and the new education policies. The Life Skills Kit focuses on promoting life skills to learners of five to nine years of age, as stated in the National Curriculum Statement. Remembering Grandmother gently handles the concept of death as a part of life; a sad, but in this case, natural event. Although there is real sadness, there is also comfort and support from family and friends. The story shows learners that there is a cycle to life.

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16 pages


Dianne Stewart
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Publication date

21st February 2008



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