K is for Kwanzaa PDF/EPUB Ò K is Kindle -

K is for Kwanzaa PDF/EPUB Ò K is Kindle -

K is for Kwanzaa [Epub] ➝ K is for Kwanzaa ➢ Juwanda G. Ford – Centrumpowypadkowe.co.uk A is for AfricaB is for BenderaC is for CandleThis unique and beautifully illustrated book celebrates the joyful African American holiday, Kwanzaa A is for AfricaB is for BenderaC is for CandleThis unique and beautifully illustrated book celebrates the joyful African American holiday, Kwanzaa.


10 thoughts on “K is for Kwanzaa

  1. Katie Merkel Katie Merkel says:

    I like the bold colors used in the illustrations I also liked Ford s definitions of the different parts of Kwanzaa She made the information easy to understand I was grateful that Ford included the pronunciation for the new words in the text K is for Kwanzaa was an informative, pleasant read.


  2. Exponent II Exponent II says:

    K is for Kwanzaa is an alphabet book that explains the African American holiday of Kwanzaa letter by letter, and the values and rituals that surround it.


  3. Barbara Vaughn Barbara Vaughn says:

    This is a very nice book to teach your students about Kwanzaa and the alphabets I will use this as a text to teach connection The book has very nice colorful pictures.


  4. Amanda Andrews Amanda Andrews says:

    Book Title K is for Kwanzaaby Juwanda G FordShort Description of the Book In an Alphabet book about Kwanzaa, Ford explains the tenants and symbols of the African American holiday She uses both English and Swahili to teach the reader all about Kwanzaa Focus Informational Features I Would Use in a Mini Lesson1 Informational Text Structure Alphabet Book Juwanda G Ford creates an ABC book that tells all about Kwanzaa What a great way to teach what you know about a subject Students can us Book Title K is for Kwanzaaby Juwanda G FordShort Description of the Book In an Alphabet book about Kwanzaa, Ford explains the tenants and symbols of the African American holiday She uses both English and Swahili to teach the reader all about Kwanzaa Focus Informational Features I Would Use in a Mini Lesson1 Informational Text Structure Alphabet Book Juwanda G Ford creates an ABC book that tells all about Kwanzaa What a great way to teach what you know about a subject Students can use this book and other ABC books to teach to their own expertise about a subject The challenge would be that the subject would have to be rather broad in order to provide enough words to go through the entire alphabet, and writers would have to think abstractly and creatively in order to include all of the important information However, the end result could be a wholly comprehensive text that teaches the reader about a topic.2 Informational Text Structure Ford provides an introduction page that gives a brief explanation as to why Kwanzaa is celebrated by a group of people, and why it is important that other cultures are aware of this holiday She also includes a separate guide page that pulls out the seven principles of Kwanzaa unity, self determination, collective work and responsibility, cooperative economics, purpose, creativity, and faith This guide provides the reader with an overarching theme of the beliefs behind the celebration of Kwanzaa Students could use this format to pull out the most important information about their topic that they want to relay to a reader.Teach CCSS.ELA Literacy.W.1.7 Participate in shared research and writing projects e.g., explore a number of how to books on a given topic and use them to write a sequence of instructions


  5. Monica Jung Monica Jung says:

    ALPHABET Ford, Juwanda G K is for Kwanzaa New York Scholastic Books, 1997Target Audience Preschool to Grade 1This is a colorful, educational, and multi cultural alphabet book It teaches the alphabet through words having to do with the celebration of Kwanzaa Many of the words are unfamiliar unless a student already has good background knowledge pertaining to Kwanzaa This is a great book to introduce students to both the alphabet and this holiday The font ranges in size, but it is always f ALPHABET Ford, Juwanda G K is for Kwanzaa New York Scholastic Books, 1997Target Audience Preschool to Grade 1This is a colorful, educational, and multi cultural alphabet book It teaches the alphabet through words having to do with the celebration of Kwanzaa Many of the words are unfamiliar unless a student already has good background knowledge pertaining to Kwanzaa This is a great book to introduce students to both the alphabet and this holiday The font ranges in size, but it is always formatted in bold The illustrations are large, dramatic with thick lines and take up every inch of the pages The font compliments this book very well and lets the reader know that this is a holiday full of energy and color This book lends itself to follow up lessons about the continent of Africa, its foods, customs, and people It can also be used as an introduction for further lessons about African American people and their heritage


  6. Malaika Hopson Malaika Hopson says:

    During the winter holiday season most people focus on Christmas, however Kwanzaa is another holiday tradition for many African Americans This alphabet book is a general nonfiction book that goes through the entire alphabet using the Swahili language The Swahili language shares many traditions of this holiday that is rich in culture Bright vibrant colors and blocky, thickly outlined objects represent the illustrations used throughout this book The characters join with a simple overview of the During the winter holiday season most people focus on Christmas, however Kwanzaa is another holiday tradition for many African Americans This alphabet book is a general nonfiction book that goes through the entire alphabet using the Swahili language The Swahili language shares many traditions of this holiday that is rich in culture Bright vibrant colors and blocky, thickly outlined objects represent the illustrations used throughout this book The characters join with a simple overview of the African American harvest holiday There is an explanation of the seven principles of Kwanzaa and a pronunciation guide for the African words in the text The alphabetical format is an effective technique to introduce many words about the holiday to a relatively young audience This book correlates to my chosen cultural topic of African American cultures being that the storyline deals with an African American harvest holiday


  7. Abbi Kraus Abbi Kraus says:

    K is for Kwanzaa is an alphabetized book about the holiday It is full of great vocabulary and pictures to bring the words to life It covers all of the aspects of the holiday religious, traditions, food, family, and dress It is a good book for learning about culture and it is appropriate for all ages.


  8. Katherine Brown Katherine Brown says:

    During the winter holiday season most people focus on Christmas, however Kwanzaa is another holiday tradition for many African Americans This book goes through the alphabet, and using the Swahili language shares many traditions of this holiday that is rich in culture.


  9. Alison Alison says:

    This is a great beginner book for kids And adults that do not have much knowledge on the subject This is a wonderful holiday about togetherness and helping one another.


  10. Miss Kious Miss Kious says:

    important symbols and wordssomewhat lengthy descriptions for some letters


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