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Personal Space Camp Hardcover – March 1, 2007
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Okay, so in defense of the kids - developmentally it's really difficult to sometimes be in control of yourself. Kids need to move and wiggle around. However, they need extra guidance building awareness of themselves and those around them before the wiggling offends another student. When there are 20 some bodies in a classroom - we have to learn to work and live together. And newsflash - negative reinforcement doesn't build awareness - it just makes kiddos feel bad. I use Personal Space Camp as a social awareness teaching tool because it makes kids feel GOOD about themselves. They love learning about the concept of personal space and how it can affect others positively and negatively. Most importantly, the story is engaging and Louis is a VERY likeable character. We also copy Louis and use the same strategies in the book. The kids love being jammed into a hula hoop and reflection gets those light bulbs flashing about personal space. And here is the best part, author Julia Cook wrote a supplementary activity and idea book!! Activities galore! I got my hands on it this Spring and started integrating the lessons in small groups. The main reason the guide rocks is because the activities provide cool visuals for the students. Yep, your lessons on personal space just got even MORE engaging! Educators, get this one on your shelf. When teaching classroom routines, make this part of your curriculum.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This is a cute book. But I needed a good book about personal space. This book does so much relating personal space to space my 5 year old missed the point. Read morePublished 21 days ago by sasso709
Great books for parents and teachers to use with younger children that have issues with personal space. Read morePublished 24 days ago by kristin kng
My 5 year old has been having difficulty with personal space, and this book was suggested by the school counselor. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Toni
This is a wonderful book. It does a great job teaching personal space.Published 3 months ago by Pen Name
My son is 5 and a half. He isn't a rowdy kid who gets in people's faces, but I was excited to read a book with him about personal space. Read morePublished 3 months ago by TobysMommy
I'm not thrilled with this book.
Let me start with it being pretty well written. There's a decent story that carries through from beginning to end. Read more
I really wanted to like this book but to be honest it's pretty confusing for a kid to understand.Published 3 months ago by Megan L. DeMotte