7 edition of Get set! Swim! found in the catalog.
A young Puerto Rican girl learns an important lesson about pride and victory from her mother.
|Statement||by Jeannine Atkins ; illustrated by Hector Viveros Lee.|
|Contributions||Lee, Hector Viveros, ill.|
|LC Classifications||PZ7.A8634 Ge 1998|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 v. (unpaged) :|
|LC Control Number||97031410|
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Being of Puerto Rican heritage myself, I was excited to read "Get Set. Swim!", a children's book which combines a story by Jeannine Atkins with illustrations by Hector Viveros Lee.
The book is about Jessenia, a young girl from the city who is on a swim team/5(3). Get Set. Swim. by Jeannine Atkins and Hector Viveros Lee. Although Jessenia often tires of hearing her mother talk about her childhood in Puerto read more. Although Jessenia often tires of hearing her mother talk about her childhood in Puerto Rico, she finds that the stories give her unexpected strength and inspiration when she participates in a swimming competition at school, as she.
Its not as though I didnt enjoy reading this book, but perhaps Im trying to hard to assign meaning or find something to take away from this book. The story of Get Set. Swim. Get set! Swim! book around Jessenia and a swim meet.
The swim meet is at her rival schools pool, and on the way there, they pass by rich-looking houses/5. TEACHER'S GUIDE FOR: Get Set. Swim. By Jeannine Atkins Illustrations by Hector Viveros Lee.
View the Teacher's Guide. DOWNLOAD THIS GUIDE AS A PDF. Lee & Low Books Get Set. Swim. Teacher’s Guide p.1 Classroom Guide for GET SET. SWIM. by Jeannine Atkins illustrated by Hector Viveros Lee Reading Level Read-aloud Level: Grade 1 and up Read-alone Level: Grade 2 and up Accelerated Reader® Level/Points: /.5 Lexile™ Measure: Being of Puerto Rican heritage myself, I was excited to read "Get Set.
Swim!", a children's book which combines a story by Jeannine Atkins with illustrations by Hector Viveros Lee. The book is about Jessenia, a young girl from the city who is on a swim team. Get Set. Swim. illustrated by Hector Viveros Lee (Lee and Low Books, ).
That was the feeling I wanted to put in this book. Activities Kids may brainstorm a list of adjectives that describe Jessenia, then come up with specific actions to show evidence of how they know her characteristics.
Get this from a library. Get set. Swim!. [Jeannine Atkins; Hector Viveros Lee] -- A young Puerto Rican-American girl learns an important lesson about pride and victory from her mother. Children’s book. This video is unavailable. Watch Queue Queue. Jessenia even wins her last race of the day.
After the meet, Jessenia is filled with pride and hope for the next lessons in Get Set!Swim. are valuable ones for young readers. Not only does the book provide a positive image of girls in sports, but it teaches the importance of teamwork and pride.
Editions for Get Set. Swim!: (Hardcover published in ), X (Paperback published in ), (Hardcover published in ). Get Set. Swim. By Hector Viveros Lee, Jeannine Atkins.
Grades. PreK-K, N. Told in simple language and with many colorful illustrations, this book tells the story of Jessenia and her first swim meet at a rival team's pool. With encouragement from her mother, the young Hispanic girl develops pride in herself and her team.
Told in simple. Six months later, she became the fastest woman to swim the yard freestyle. 7 Tips for How Swimmers Can Push Through Adversity Tough times provide opportunities for growth.
Get Set. Swim. Get Set. Swim. Jeannine Atkins. Illustrated by. Hector Viveros Lee "Jessenia, her Mami, and her brother, Luis, are off to the suburbs to watch Jessenia swim at a meet. Jessenia is intimidated by the big new suburban pool and the fact that the other team is on a winning streak.
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If you need assistance, please contact us at [email protected] Get Set. Swim. by Jeannine Atkins,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide/5(26). Your swim workout can be a two-hour distance odyssey of intervals on short rest, or a high-rest, high-intensity 45 minute sprint-focused set.
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I’ve always been a big fan of swim/kick sets, and the below swim workout is designed to. 10ish Minutes a Day to a Faster Underwater Dolphin Kick. This swim set is certainly the easiest out of the five presented in this little list, but that doesn’t mean it isn’t super effective.
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You’ll get access to your own private account to view/edit your contact information and current and past class histories. To Register: Select/click on the desired Program below [Blue bar(s) below]. Freshman swim team members, Matt, Sean, and Coop set a goal to see a naked girl by the end of summer, and the entire book revolves around their schemes to spy on various young women.
Matt volunteers to swim the butterfly, a very difficult stroke for him, in order to impress Kelly, who is preoccupied with her cheating ex-boyfriend.2/5.The Swim Smooth #1 Swim Training Book is exactly what I recommend to all his swimmers and triathletes to learn how to swim properly and get faster at swimming.
The book contains Swim Smooth's complete coaching program, including: – How to develop every aspect of your freestyle stroke technique and avoid common pitfalls while doing so.Depending on your fitness, swim speed and training time available, do three to five repeats of the set below.
Before beginning, select a swim interval that is your current steady pace time, plus 40 seconds. For example, if your current steady pace is perthe swim interval will be That means leaving the wall every 2 minutes and Author: Gale Bernhardt.