Ned Knows How To Knot A Neck Tie
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There are versions for boys and for girls. Other versions of the book are available in ebook, print and hardback. Click one of these links for information about the book in English, Spanish or Tagalog, or the How To Guide For Older Guys and the Gift For Boys In The Wedding Party. And check out these learn to tie books created especially for GIRLS Here & Here & Here.
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If you don’t already have it, buy the full color storybook that teaches girls the art of tying a knot in a scarf. Click any link above.
The book contains 36 pages of story and instructional pictures plus the lyrics to Ned’s version of the rabbit and the fox song that inspired the story.
Sample Pages From The Book
This book is a fun family read!
Ned loves knots. He has mastered them all. . .He can knot kites and lassos. He can even knot fishing lines and monkey’s paws. Ned knows knots are fun and useful.
He knows they can make you look good, too. Ned loves wearing neckties!
The clever boy has thought of a story to help him remember how to knot his necktie and you can read it in this book. The story features a fox chasing a little rabbit through the forest.
This type of story is called a mnemonic. The purpose is to help you REMEMBER! Exercises in manual dexterity build self-esteem in children. Knowing how to tie shoe-strings, neckties, and any other knot is a useful and rewarding skill.
Sybrina says, “Teach a child a useful skill. Build confidence and self– esteem that lasts a lifetime.”
Suggestion: Make this a fun activity for all participants. If you have some old neck ties that have been hanging in the closet for years, grab one for each person and follow along as you read the book.
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Suggestion: Pull this book out and read it to your child next time they get a little cranky. Everyone will soon be smiling.
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