All About Me, Unit 1

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Single Books (6) (EC1-6): $35.50
1 Each of 6 Books + Dog (EC1-Kit): $40.00
6-PK Each of 6 Titles (36 Books) (PKEC1-6): $210.00
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All About Me, Unit 1 comes with six lap-sized (8-1/2 x 8-1/2″) books, plus six corresponding lesson plans, and one 9.75″ tall My Very Own Danny plush dog to be used during story times. The books in All About Me, Unit 1 include: All About Danny Lap Book, Danny Likes Red Lap Book, Danny Likes to Help Lap Book, Danny’s Birthday Wishes Lap Book, Danny’s Timeline Lap Book, and the Puppy Danny Lap Book.

All About Me, Unit 1 helps children explore who they are. Classroom discussion about the books provides an opportunity for young students to better understand themselves, build confidence, and develop self-esteem. The lessons culminate in hands-on activities in which students create their own “All About Me” book to share what they learn with classmates and families.

Coordinating Activities:

Our Read with a Friend Poster reminds you that it’s always a good time to read with a friend! How do you keep young minds from wandering? Colorful, fun posters can create a more stimulating and interesting environment for learning. Use our full-color posters to decorate your classroom and remind students that it’s always a good time for reading.

The MRB Menagerie includes one copy each of our 199 titles. New titles that are included in the Menagerie set are: Chicken School, Duck, Duck, Goose, Donkeys, Duck Wants to Swim, Donkey Goes Home, the Her Name is Lola set of books, and Danny’s Short Vowel Sounds set of books.

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4 reviews for All About Me, Unit 1

  1. Susan

    I love, love, love the lap books from MaryRuth Books. I read them with my two year old granddaughter and she loves them, too. She’s already pointing out familiar words on the pages when we read together. – Susan from Columbus, OH

  2. Laurie J., Elementary School Social Worker

    I enjoyed All About Danny and the lessons that go along with this set. The text and font were easy for students to read. Students connected and enjoyed Danny. The real artwork was relatable to students. I tend to use books that have a story or lesson about character traits (i.e. kindness, honesty). I would love to see more MaryRuth books with a focus on social/emotional components to incorporate into the Curriculum.

  3. Lori

    “I love that these books are bigger. Some kids just need more space. The larger words (font) and space between them works for kids who have trouble with a smaller fonts.”
    –Lori, teacher from Fond Du Lac, WI

  4. Mary Kay Claus

    HI – I just wanted you to know that a series of “Danny” books has been donated to Oak Marr RECenter in Oakton, Va (outside of Washington D.C.). We are going to use them in our child care center. They are just adorable!

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