5 edition of Same and Different (Beginners Activity Books) found in the catalog.
July 3, 1997 by Dover Publications .
Written in English
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"Same, same but different" is Kostecki-Shaw's refrain, but what keeps it from being saccharine or pedestrian are her terrific naïf, mixed-media pictures. Working in exuberantly detailed spreads with a playful sense of proportion and perspective, she immerses readers in her heroes' worlds, showing them as confident navigators of even the busiest : Henry Holt and Co.
(BYR). Same, Same but Different. Written and Illustrated by Jenny Sue Kostecki-Shaw. Elliot lives in America, and Kailash lives in India.
These two pen pals realize that their lives are more alike than they thought. Throughout the book Koestecki-Shaw repeats the popular saying from Southeast Asia, “same, same, but different!” Through bright and vibrant illustrations, Koestecki-Shaw details the unique features of each child’s culture.
Taking a positive approach to differences, this book shows the two cultures side by side and highlights their diversity. They, co-wrote “Different and the Same”, co-founded children’s book publishing company PrairieClover and co-founded the nonprofit IINSPIRETOO, which connects people in underserved communities to the resources they need through community outreach programs, collaborations with community leaders and other nonprofits.
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Back to Same, Same but Different. Download PDF. My Favorites. Same, Same but Different Lesson Plan Source: Macmillan. Lesson ideas for Same, Same but Differentv by Jenny Sue Kostecki-Shaw, winner of the SOUTH ASIA BOOK AWARD for Children’s and Young Adult Literature.
Resource Information. Age Range: 4 - 7 years. Same and Different. Learners are encouraged to think about how people are all different and that difference is something to celebrate. Learners gain insight into what can Same and Different book when other people do not like a person’s difference through the main character in the book used, 'Something Else' by Kathryn Cave.4/5(4).
Same, Same But Different By: Jenny Sue Kostecki-Shaw Book Recording. A dancing hippo, a magical dragon, happy fairies, and other fantastic creatures populate these pages. The characters look alike, but a closer look reveals subtle differences. With these 30 whimsical pictures, kids can sharpen their detective skills by figuring out the similarities and distinctions.
The fanciful illustrations are fun to color, too. This powerfully rendered book is timely and one of a kind.
It paints an important story of hope for teens and families living with autism, and lets us see that everybody's unique rhythm is worth dancing to. Same but Different explores the many aspects of teen autism while daring to address issues and feelings nobody talks about.
This. These Apple Same & Different cards teach visual discrimination skills. Children choose a card, find the picture that is different from the others, and cover the picture that is different with a bingo chip. Each card has 3 pictures that are the same and 1 that is different.
Are you working on same and different in your kindergarten classroom. YHBA Picture Book Committee Title Activity Form, Last Revised 3 How are you the same/different from Kailash. 4 How are you the same/different from Elliot. 5 Where Same and Different book you think Kailash lives. 6 What else do you think Elliot and Kailash have in common.
7 Why do you think Elliot and Kailash’s teachers wanted them to write to children in another country?File Size: KB. Lynn Vincent is the New York Times best-selling writer of Same and Different book Is for Real and Same Kind of Different As Me.
The author or coauthor of ten books, Lynn has sold 12 million copies since She worked for eleven years as a writer and editor at the national news biweekly WORLD magazine and.
These children and animals are all very different to each other. Some are big, some are small. Some are gentle, some are rough. Everyone is playful, but who’s the best at hiding.
One thing’s certain: they all love a good bedtime story. The perfect picture book for little ones who are just beginning to make sense of their place in the world. Same Different Pages (book #2) The Most Different - Pet Activity Pick Your Pet Same and Different Activity Pages Same And Different Following Directions: Coloring and Fill-in - With Same and Different Printables Coloring and Fill-in Directions - With Same and Different Printables: Have a suggestion or would like to leave feedback?.
Same, but Different. Using the book, Same Same but Different, have students help you make a "T-Chart" or "Venn Diagram" on a SMART Board or on an overhead projector and camera.
Talk about how Elliot and Kailash are the same and how they are different. Put the students answers on the "T-Chart" or "Venn Diagram" and discuss the findings with the. Same and Different Worksheets for Kids Check out our collection of preschool curriculum worksheets that are perfect for helping kids learn and practice the concepts of same and different.
In the various worksheets, kids are asked to recognize the picture, shapes and words that are either the same as another or different from the rest of a group. Publishing is a global enterprise. But, sometimes a book is published with a different title in different countries. Very often this is because an author is dealing with different publishing houses in different markets.
Lawrence Hill wrote an interesting article about why his Canadian-published novel 'The Book of Negroes' was being released as 'Someone Knows My Name' in the United States. Our Same, Same But Difference Activities are now digital for distance learning with editable teaching slides and worksheets based on Jenny Sue Kostecki-Shaw's book.
Read aloud the diverse picture book then use the printables or go paperless with Google or. Exploring 'Same' and 'Different' in a Preschool World; Share.
Preview of Article: Exploring 'Same' and 'Different' in a Preschool World In our classroom, where I work as a member of the teaching team as a speech-language pathologist, we try to build on children's knowledge and experiences.
Shortly after reading Katie Kissinger's book. This book asks children to look at different aspects of the animals on each page, and can be used in different ways.
I've gone through the entire book with a reader, asking the same question (i.e., which animal is bigger?) on each page, and I've also used the book, staying on the same page and asking all the different questions/5(18).
Inspired by this book, and many other stories about various family relationships, students wrote to grandparents, received and shared replies (of their own accord, chanting “Same, Same but Different!” when they heard similarities between their grandparents’ letters) and invited their own parents in to share something their family loved to do/5(71).
Published on It's storytime. Yay. Today I read aloud Same Same But Different by Jenny Sue Kostecki-Shaw. It's always story time with children's books at. To compare is to find the things that are the same, and to contrast is to find the things that are different.
Similarities are things that are the same, and differences are things that are not the same. Story elements are the important parts of the story, such as the characters, setting, problem, and solution. In this book written by Stuart Murphy and illustrated by Lois Ehlert, children are introduced to the important concept of same and different.
On each page, the sock finds a possible match in various places around the house. The book ends with a two-page spread of all the socks shown in the book, and children are invited to find all the matching.
Same, Same But Different by Jenny Sue Kostecki-Shaw. 12 Total Resources 3 Awards View Text Complexity Discover Like Books Audio Excerpt from Same, Same But Different; Video Book Reading from Same, Same But Different; Name Pronunciation with Jenny Sue Kostecki-Shaw; Grade; PK-2; Genre; Realistic Fiction; Cultural Area; South Asian.
Elliot lives in America, and Kailash lives in India. They are pen pals. By exchanging letters and pictures, they learn that they both love to climb trees, have pets, and go to school.
Their worlds might look different, but they are actually similar. Same, same. But different. Through an inviting pointofview and colorful, vivid illustrations, this story shows how two boys living oceans.
Directed by Michael Carney. With Greg Kinnear, Renée Zellweger, Djimon Hounsou, Jon Voight. International art dealer Ron Hall must befriend a dangerous homeless man in order to save his struggling marriage to his wife, a woman whose dreams will lead all /10(K).
The Lightning Thief book and movie are different and same in many ways. The book of the Lightning Thief is more interesting and detailed for most people who read the book and watched the movie. The movie sometimes has things that the book doesn’t have and sometimes the book has things that the movie doesn’t have, however, there are some things that are also the same.
In the book and the. Students discuss the ways in which they are similar and different. Social Skills (46) Social and Emotional Development () Health and Safety () Back to School () Lesson Plans (1,) Teaching Strategies.
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Identifying Same and Different: Visual Perception Skills (Pre-K) In each row, children identify and color the objects that are the same as the first object.
Open. This month we are enjoying books by Kevin Henkes as part of our Summer Virtual Book Club for Kids. We read the book Chester's Way and came up with three super simple activities to do that taught the concept of alike and different while also working on some other back to school basics skills.
Chester's Way is a sweet book about two friends named Chester and Wilson that do everything. "the same" about these students. Their responses can vary from, "Both are wearing jeans" to "they both have black hair". Then ask the class what is "different" about these students. Student responses will vary.
Write student responses on a pre-made Venn diagram. Have the children look at the cover of the book It's Okay to be Different. We Are All Different reinforces multicultural and anti-bias learning and original drawings and their own lyrical words, a class of kindergartners share the ways they look and feel, the games they play, the foods they like, the homes they live in, and the families they live with, concluding that "We are all.
This life-changing encounter, featured on many television and radio shows, inspired Ron to write his first book SAME KIND OF DIFFERENT AS ME, a story of hope and redemption. The word-of-mouth hit became a New York Times platinum bestseller and stayed on.
The Same and Different Donut Game is a pre-school activity to practice identifying objects that are the alike and not alike. Kids compare donuts based on shape, color and combinations of shape and color. Still, sometimes it can get a little bit hairy when two books have the same title.
Back in the spring oftwo different publishers released novels titled Life After Life, one week apart. Some leveled books are also supported by fluency practice passages, reader's theater scripts, a writer's response activity, a literature circle journal, or might be part of a paired book set or other collection.
ALL the resources that support a book can be found on its home page. National Book Award winner Jacqueline Woodson has created a poignant, yet heartening book about finding courage to connect, even when you feel scared and alone.
There are many reasons to feel different. Maybe it's how you look or talk, or where you're from; maybe it's what you eat, or .