Physical Activity - Growth
A Kaleidoscope of Kids,
by Emma Damon (Dial, 1995)
--Children in many sizes, shapes, & colors.
Big News The Ticker Times, (American Heart Association, 1996)
-- The animals have a healthy heart.
Body Works Healthy Eating,
by Paul Bennett (Belitha Press, 1997)
--what to eat - building foods, fatty foods, water, digestion.
Body Works Keeping Fit,
by Paul Bennett (Silver Press, 1997)
--Your body, exercise and fitness.
Dinsosaurs Alive And Well - A Guide To Good
Health, by Laurie K. Brown and Marc Brown
(Little Brown & Co., 1990)
--sleep, exercise, eat right, relax.
Food and Health, by Enid
Fisher (Careth Stevens Pub, 1998))
--Balance your diet, Read the Label, Learn about food fads and germs..
Frogs Jump, by Ron Maris
(Candlewick Press, 1992)
--jump, waddle, run, and more activities.
From Head To Toe, by Eric
Carle (Harper-Collins 1997)
--follow the movements of various animals to exercise.
Garfield's Awesome Ski Adventure, by Jim Davis (Landoll's, 1997)
Garfield's Ironcat, by
Jim Kraft and Mark Acey (Landoll's, 1997)
Garfield's Sumo Beach Bellyball, by Jim Davis (Landoll's, 1997)
Going to the Doctor, by
Kate Petty and Lisa Kipper (Franklin Watts, 1987)
--the waiting room and the doctors office.
Hop Jump, by Ellen S.
Walsh (Voyager Books, 1993)
--hopping and jumping, then dancing.
How Do Things Grow, by Althea
(Eagle Books Ltd., 1991))
--how plants and animals gain energy, change and grow.
How Many Teeth?, by Paul
Showers (Harper Trophy, 1991)
--number of teeth - baby, child, adult.
Inside the Human Body, by Joanna Cole
& Bruce Degen (Scholastic Inc., 1989)
--learn about body cells, digestion, blood, lungs and other body systems.
Isadora Dances, by Rachel Isadora
(Puffin Books, 1998)
--a brief biography of the woman whose unique style of dance was not readily accepted at the turn of the century.
Jiggle Wiggle Prance, by
Sally Noll ( A Puffin Book, 1993)
-- 36 lively animals walk, rock, drop, push, pull, dance - and jiggle, wiggle, and prance.
Monkey See, Monkey Do - An Animal Exercise Book for You!,
by Anita Holsonback with rhymes by Deb Adamson (The Millbrook Press, Brookfield,
-- illustrated rhymes which describe aspects of animals are followed by descriptions of moves, based upon animal locomotion which a young child can perform.
My First Book of The Body,
by Chuck Murphy (Scholastic, 1995)
On The Move, by Deborah
Heiligman (HarperCollins 1996)
--follow a child in many daily activities.
Oxygen Keeps You Alive - A Let's
Read-and-Find-Out Book, by Franklyn M.
Branley (Harper Trophy - HarperCollins Pubs., 1971)
--how oxygen is used and where is comes from.
Shake A Leg, by Constance
Allen (A Golden Book - New York, 1991)
--wiggle your toes; flap your elbows; swing your arms and many other exercises.
Shake My Sillies Out, by
David Allender (Crown Publishers Inc., 1987)
Sleep is for Everyone, by
Paul Showers (Harper Collins, 1972)
--sleep and what happens to the brain and body when sleeping.
Song and Dance Man, by
Karen Ackerman (Alfred A. Knopf, Inc., 1988)
--A Caldecott Winner, Grandpa entertains the children with song and dance.
Smelling, by Kathie
Billingslea Smith & Victoria Crenson (Troll Associates,
--questions and answers about smell and taste.
Tasting, by Kathie Billingslea Smith & Victoria Crenson
(Troll Associates, 1988)
--questions and answers to explain the sense of taste.
The Big Bug Book of Exercise, by Roberta Duyff (Milliken, 1987)
The Big Comfy Couch Potato,
by Cheryl Wagner (Time-Life Kids, 1997)
--a book about get up and go.
Toddlerrobids, by Zita
Newcome (Candlewick Press, 1996)
--stretch high, bend low, clap hands, and enjoy exercising.
Water, by G Jeunesse and
P-M Valet (Scholastic, 1990)
--derivation and use of water.
What Happens to Hamburger, by Paul Showers (Harper Collins, 1970)
--how hamburger and other foods are used in the body.
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