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Written from a spiritual point of view, 76 lessons and topics on overcoming codependency, that can be followed chronologically or at random. Each lesson includes a prayer or meditation or both for reflection and inspiration. Topics include how to live in harmony, teen issues, becoming whole, substance abuse issues, stress relief, all presented in a practical way aimed at recovery. 23,000 words.
Anneke and Hans are nine year old twins who learn about helpful virtues while having adventures in North Holland. These thirty tales also include social issues such as bullying, dealing with grief, safety while swimming, and reclaiming rain water. Written for intermediate readers but enjoyable by everyone. Each story includes an illustration of an animal that lives in The Netherlands, identified in an index. Another index lets the reader know what topics and virtues are included in each tale. 18,500 words.
Four complete lively ballet dances for ages 5 to 12 and any number of students. Many piano musical selections suggested, or use rhythm instruments such as the tambourine. Click on the preview to see the table of contents. Each dance gets progressively longer and more advanced. Academic benefits of learning ballet listed. Meant as a companion to my textbook: "e;Classical Ballet Beginning to Advanced."e; 1,800 words.
How to teach these meditations through description and illustration: sitting, walking, relaxation, instant, music, running, swinging, biking and swimming meditations, dance meditation for kids and teens, plus a chapter of longer guided meditations on virtues, and a chapter of interfaith affirmations, inspirations and prayers for everyday and holidays. For tots to teens of all abilities. Useful resource for parents, educators and clergy. 100 pages.
Written from a spiritual point of view, 82 lessons on codependency, stress, and anger with sections for kids, teens, and adults. Lessons can be followed chronologically or at random. Each codependency topic includes a prayer or meditation or both for reflection and inspiration. Topics include revenge, instant anger release technique, substance abuse issues, stress release, all presented in a practical way aimed at recovery. 21,000 words.
An interactive workbook to forge a strong union with the Holy Spirit. Reflective meditation instructions are given to use with the more than 100 spiritual topics and subtopics on personal development, relationship issues and establishing closer communion with God. The workbook can be used in a two-fold way: by combining meditation and a topic for learning how to listen to the Holy Spirit, or by studying the topics with the intent of attaining self-realization. Either way, topics can be selected sequentially or at random. 34,000 words.
Before beginning, acquire basic skills using Word and Photoshop, then get on the bandwagon of being an ebook author. Instructions included to format EPUB and PDF ebooks, make marketing images, plus pricing, selling and advertising ideas. Cover illustrations included. Written by Susan Kramer, an experienced ebook author. 3,300 words.
Remembering loved ones is easier when we are quiet in reflection, prayer and meditation. These eleven topics are an aid in rousing your memories from the past, with family and friends. A plan for a memorial ceremony is included. Love does not die when a loved one leaves, the bridge between is always there when we walk across in memory. 3,365 words.
Anneke, Hans, and friends, while enjoying the outdoors near the sea, learn through parables several meditation techniques, and how prayer, reflection, and enthusiasm contribute to their happiness. These eight short stories show how the natural world teaches us to live in harmony when we are quiet and observant. Easy to remember, these little tales will stick with you like mother's homemade pancakes and syrup on Sunday morning. Illustrated with photos of North Holland. 4,000 words.
EPUB ebook: A comprehensive handbook of elements to include in dance meditations, with stretching exercises, expressive dancing elements, reflection techniques, 6 guided lessons, and an appendix of musical suggestions. A companion you won't want to be without in your practice, or for teaching. For teens and adults. Illustrated with photographs and line drawings. 3,000 words.
Teens, this is for you to read and practice on your own, a primer with 15 chapters to learn to meditate in a variety of ways and explore your spiritual nature. It is also for adults to use to teach meditation. Teens, you're traveling an uphill road from dependency to independence; these topics are meant to give you support in the process. Click on the preview to read the table of contents to see what is covered in addition to sitting, walking, relaxation and instant meditation techniques. 30 pages. 6,000 words.
Included are 33 beginning and advanced kinesthetic mini-lessons for K-9 students in math, language and the one-hand alphabet. A great manual for the classroom or homeschooling to spark enthusiasm with students of different abilities and learning styles. Lessons can be adapted for special needs students.
For grades K-12. This manual includes 16 rhythmic dance steps illustrated and described; 9 little dances; 18 sequencing combinations; and 4 advanced group dances - for learning kinesthetically about basic math, sequencing, and language phrasing and rhythms. Fulfills many of the US Arts in Education requirements. Can be adapted for special needs students. The basic motor skills described and illustrated make this a useful text for parents and teachers. 100 pages.
A complete guide to learn meditation plus helpful hints for teaching. More than 70 offerings, ranging from basic meditations to more advanced reflective topics, including stress relief, plus holiday and special occasion prayers. Useful resource for clergy and yoga instructors. Click on preview to see complete table of contents. 116 pages.
Included are 15 moving yoga poses adapted for kids, and 4 types of meditations to help foster motor skill development, coordination, concentration and stress relief for children of varying abilities. Then, 18 chapters on social skills and a dictionary of 40 definitions of happiness provide a broad offering of yoga in a format easy enough for school age kids to read themselves. The elements can be used as a group activity, or practiced individually. Preschoolers and those needing help can work with a partner. Poses are fully illustrated.
A manual to teach toddlers, preschoolers and kids of varying abilities and special needs rhythms, floor exercises, large motor skills, expressive dance, kinesthetic mini-lessons, and full dances. With many photos and illustrations, a fun way to build up essential early skills before kindergarten. Basic lesson plan included.
Manual to teach adaptive techniques of basic dance movements, floor exercises, clapping rhythms, and expressive dance, either in separate 5 minute segments, or as the 40 minute basic lesson plan that is included. Geared for teaching kids and adults with movement disabilities. Fully illustrated. 76 pages.
Classical ballet from a 2nd generation Cecchetti dancer and dance specialist for ages 6 and older in preballet, beginning, intermediate and advanced levels with hundreds of combinations, including a separate section of pointe work. The advanced level is also a resource for dancers to draw on for daily class, warm-up before performance and choreography. The author also wrote the texts for the Rhythmic Movement Dance Series, part of the Gateway to Educational Materials (GEM) of the United States Department of Education. 100 pages.
How to teach kindergarten and elementary school age students kinesthetically, in a fully illustrated text, outlining body placement, rhythms, dynamics of energy, creative movement, large motor skills, beginning mini-lessons, one-hand alphabet, and a 40-minute lesson plan divided into 5 minute segments. Master text for teachers on how to use a kinesthetic approach with academics. Included in the Rhythmic Movement Dance Series of The Gateway to Educational Materials of the United States Department of Education. Also for special needs students. Click on preview to see complete table of contents.
Ebook: Included are 30 sitting and standing poses that help the physical body maintain or regain balance, (as in not falling over) and remain supple. They are adapted from standard yoga poses to be suitable for young and older adults. Then, 10 meditation techniques follow to give you a choice in various circumstances and include a meditation breathing technique, how to use a mala and mantra, sitting, walking and stress reduction meditations, and meditation for spiritual healing, developing intuition and memory skills. Yoga philosophy follows and includes a variety of virtues, any of which could be picked and used as a single practice. All poses are illustrated.
How to teach toddlers, preschoolers and kids of varying abilities and special needs rhythms, floor exercises, large motor skills, expressive dance, kinesthetic mini-lessons, and full dances. With many photos and illustrations, a fun way to build up essential early skills before kindergarten! Basic lesson plan included. Perfect for homeschoolers, dance instructors, and early childhood education teachers. 100 pages.