Nellie Knows How To Knot A Neck Scarf
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There are versions of this book for boys and versions for girls. Click one of these links for information about the book in English, Spanish or Tagalog. Or you might like the How To Guide For Older Guys and the Gift For Boys In The Wedding Party. The last book for boys is called Ned Knows How To Knot A Neck Tie. Read about it here. 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 family activity book! You will love the disneyesque yet modern artwork.
The book contains 24 pages of story, instruction and tie-a-tie diagrams plus the lyrics to the song. Listen to the story book version of the song for free by clicking the link in the middle of the top of this webpage above.
Sample Pages From The Book
This book is a fun family read!
Nellie loves dressing up. She loves wearing pretty dresses, fun hats, cute shoes and long flowy scarves. Scarves are Nellie’s very favorite accessory.
But knotting neck scarves can be very tricky, with all the twists and turns and loopity loops required to get the knot just so. Not to worry, though. Clever little Nellie remembers a cute little story she once heard about a fox chasing a little rabbit. Their movements, through the forest, help her remember how to tie a “Necktie knot” in her scarf.
This little story is called a mnemonic. It’s purpose is to help you REMEMBER! Exercises in manual dexterity build self-esteem in children. Knowing how to tie shoe-strings, neckties, scarves or any other knot is a useful and rewarding skill.
“Teach a child a useful skill. Build confidence and self-esteem that lasts a lifetime.” Author—Sybrina Durant
Suggestion: Make this a fun activity for all participants. If you have some old scarves (or 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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