41st Library Session Updates:
- Naresh Padmaraju
- Naresh Kumar
Opening Remarks by Haritha garu about today's topics and activity by Divya.
Activity: Draw a route map from one's home location to their nearby Bus or Railway station. Everyone participated spontaneously and shared their creative route maps.
We might come across different types of stories that create interest in learning and introducing reading habits for children. We are mostly aware of Fictional and Non-fictional storybooks, from them different segregation of storybooks is well explained by Haritha garu by taking examples of books shared previously in the group.
1.Story Cards -- Books have no title and storylines, the only sequence of pictures and story can be formed through kids' view(helps to engage kids in knowing their thought process and attitude). Title can be children's choice😉, after completing the story.
2.Wordless Picture Books- Only pictures with rare sentences. It has a title and children should form a story based on title clues.
3.Picture Storybooks - With storylines and pictures (the plot is a must)
4.Numerical/Alphabetical (TLM) - Helps in teaching and learning related to numbers and alphabets, focus more on introducing them to kids.
5.Conceptual picture Books - It introduces concepts to children (for example directions, maps, etc..). It is simply any concept in picture + storylines
5.Rhyming Books/Predictable Books - Story runs with rhyming, characters in story continue along with previous ones. They help in language improvement for kids in introducing new words
6.Cumulative Stories - It is like series, i.e. more than one story, a sequence of stories with the same characters in stories(Example- sudarban adavulu in Telugu)
7.Information Books /Chapter Books - Information about new things and with Proofs, these are non-fictional in most cases
Closing remarks by Haritha garu about the next session and it would similar to today's session on new storybooks which will be shared in the group.