Freya feels like a misfit. Her sisters love to talk about “doing a Freya” – a family term for any mistake she makes. As the middle child she feels unnoticed by her parents, so when her father, a renowned archeologist asks her to take care of a precious egg – Freya swallows it. And suddenly she finds herself transported to ancient Denmark, meeting Vikings, sprites and a Berserk – all while fearing she will turn into the most evil creature of all – a Raedslen. All she wants to do is return home and tell her family about her adventures, but first she must stop Ragnar, protect the ancient tree Yggdrasil, and save the future.
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An excellent resource guide for PreK- 5 grade teachers designed to motivate kids to stay active and healthy through songs and movement. The lesson plans are fun, kid-friendly and imaginative! The book and corresponding free music download provides instruction for Classroom Activity Breaks with 114 cross-connection lesson plans that can be used at school, at home or at other children’s functions.
“… A must-have for any classroom”. Paula L. Slusher, RN, MSN American Academy of Pediatrics
“…practical help, and I heartily recommend it”. Dr. David L. Katz, Director Yale University Prevention Research Center
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