An anthology (27 articles) dealing with the most important work men ever do?-being totally involved in the lives of their children and families. It is men’s strengths, their capacity to care and protect and give, that are needed by children, women, and men themselves. Bryan G. Nelson (MenTeach) contributed Chapter 19 – Men Teaching and Working with Children: A History and a Future.
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Bruce Sheppard has been singing and playing music in his early childhood education classes for over 30 years. Parents were always asking him for a recording so he has finally done it. Filled with traditional and “special” versions of popular children’s songs, this CD will quickly become a favorite in the classroom, the home, or on those long road trips.
A 16-page manual to assist in coordinating a MenTeach retreat. This is a great tool developed based on 20 years of experience in hosting retreats. Avoid all the mistakes we made to organize your own successful retreat!
One of the first curriculum for men and women who work with fathers. A great resource for those that want information and activities to use with dads from every community.
A collection of articles by various authors. How to work with single-parent fathers, women facilitators, activities to use with fathers and their children.
An inspirational drama, Akeelah and the Bee is the story of Akeelah Anderson (Keke Palmer), a precocious eleven-year-old girl from south Los Angeles with a gift for words. Despite the objections of her mother Tanya (Angela Bassett), Akeelah enters various spelling contests, for which she is tutored by the forthright Dr. Larabee (Laurence Fishburne). Akeelah’s aptitude earns her an opportunity to compete for a spot in the Scripps National Spelling Bee and in turn unites her neighborhood who witness the courage and inspiration of one amazing little girl.
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