Children love to read about young animals, and a little dark gray donkey is no exception. When they learn that the little donkey thinks she is free, and does not need cooperation, they are eager to hear what happens to her. Dorrie Donkey, and the children who listen wide-eyed to her story, all learn to be cooperative. Cooperation is a character trait you will want to teach early and often, since it is vital for every child.
Dorrie Donkey helps you teach cooperation in an amusing way, and motivates children to build it into their lives. Dorrie values freedom, and is stubborn as — well, stubborn as a donkey can be. She does not want to relinquish her freedom for anything. At Cooperation Camp, however, she learns what cooperation means, how to exercise it, and how important it is.
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Cooperation is clearly defined and soon learned as Dorrie joins the other donkeys at Cooperation Camp. Please note that this is an eBook in PDF format. That means that you can download it immediately and view the story on your computer or print as a complete book.
Lesson plan by career educator includes: for non-readers, coloring and writing practice, followed by picture test based on the book; for readers, worksheets and written test. Large picture charts, classroom activities, crafts, teaching tools, as well as take-home reminders reinforce lesson on cooperation. Includes 39 PDF files.