You can count on horse-crazy kids to be doing something horse-related, thinking about something horse-related, or planning something horse-related 24 hours a day, seven days a week. That's why Cindy A. Littlefield created the Kids' Book of Horse Games & Puzzles. If kids are going to spend their time horsing around, they might as well jump-start their creativity and boost their problem-solving skills at the same time.<br><br> The book is divided into five sections: Word Play, Picture Puzzles, Drawing, Fun and Games, and Brain Teasers. (All the answers are included.)<br><br> Take the "Horse and Pony Stall of Fame" challenge by matching up famous equines with their human or television character companions. Snuffle through the "Hungry as a Horse" quiz and see if you can find the names of 14 things horses like to eat hidden in a block of letters. Then break out your best drawing pencils and learn how to draw a horse's portrait in six easy steps.<br><br> Fun, horsey cartoons and illustrations adorn every page. And scattered throughout the book are horse riddles, bits of horse trivia, and quotes about horses.<br><br> Here, at last, is the perfect book for kids who love puzzles almost as much as they love horses.
Kids master key concepts while having fun! Based on national standards, this unique book contains over 200 educational activities that teach young learners everything from the alphabet, numbers, colors and shapes to counting money, rhyming and telling time.
We call it Earth but our planet might have been more aptly named Ocean. After all, nearly seventy percent of it is covered with saltwater, forming a great frontier that’s home to all sorts of awesome species. Sea Life Games & Puzzles invites kids to learn more about their favorite sea creatures and ocean phenomena as they work their way through puzzles, games, brainteasers, and jokes.
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Knock Knock Jokes for Kids! A hilarious book riddled with the funniest collection of knock knock jokes for kids!
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The Gay Games is an important piece of new social history, examining one of the largest sporting, cultural and human rights events in the world. Since their inception in 1980, the Gay Games have developed into a multi-million dollar mega-event, engaging people from all continents, while the international Gay Games movement has become one of the largest and most significant international institutions for gay and lesbian people. Drawing on detailed archival research, oral history and participant observation techniques, and informed by critical feminist theory and queer theory, this book offers the first comprehensive history of the Gay Games from 1980 through to the Chicago games of 2006. It explores the significance of the Games in the context of broader currents of gay and lesbian history, and addresses a wide range of key contemporary themes within sports studies, including the cultural politics of sport, the politics of difference and identity, and the rise of sporting mega-events. This book is important reading for any serious student of international sport or gender and sexuality studies.