Morgan is going to a Father-Daughter Dance. She has a pretty pink dress and a new pair of jazzy white shoes, but she does not know how she will style her hair. Morgan also learns a valuable lesson when she gets to the dance. What could it be?
Much Hairdo About Nothing: Father-Daughter Dance, a 64-page story and activity book, is especially appealing to young readers because it highlights two very important relationships in the life of a little girl--the relationship she has with her father and with her hair. Both can have a substantial impact on her self-image and self-esteem.
The Reading, Writing, Listening, and Speaking assignments--coupled with the Choose the Hairstyles, Matching, Homonyms, Dictionary, The Science of Hair, History in Review, Crossword Puzzle, Word Search, Word Scramble, Paper Dolls, Drawing, and Coloring activity sheets--make Much Hairdo About Nothing: Father-Daughter Dance a fun, yet educational way for young readers to practice the critical-thinking skills needed to excel in their academia. The Answer Key is also provided.
Much Hairdo About Nothing: Father-Daughter Dance is the ideal book for young readers, parents, and teachers. Parents can engage in the reading process and assist their child with completing the various activities. Teachers can utilize the worksheets for a student-centered, whole-class lesson. Young readers will enjoy the experience, at home or school, while being encouraged to take ownership of their learning.