Cecilia Gault

Cecilia Gault

Biography

Cecilia Gault lives in New York and was born in 1998.

•    Some of Cecilia's favorite school subjects are Music, Writing, and Math.

•    Cecila likes playing sports like fencing, diving, swimming, and rock climbing.

•    The music on Cecilia's iPod includes My Chemical Romance, The Cure, and Renée Fleming, who is her favorite singer.

•    Every summer, Cecilia visits her grandparents in Japan.

•    Cecilia is fluent in Japanese.

"I think children need to know about what is happening in the arts. I find joy in the arts and as a Kid Reporter I would like to share that feeling with other kids around the world."

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    Easy MathART Projects and Activities

    Easy MathART Projects and Activities

    by Cecilia Dinio-Durkin

    Math + Art = Fun for young learners! Kids develop number sense with Number Sun Catchers, add and subtract with Birthday Candle Cards, measure with Pipe Cleaner Pals, create Cuckoo Clocksicles to practice telling time, and much, much more. Includes lots of holiday and seasonal connections, plus ready-to-use patterns. Linked to the NCTM Standards!

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    Cuentos Fonéticos™ (Spanish Phonics Readers): El patito Tito

    Cuentos Fonéticos™ (Spanish Phonics Readers): El patito Tito

    by Cecilia Avalos and Valeria Petrone

    This Spanish version of Phonics Readers, helps students master sounds and letters and beginning decoding skills by providing independent, sound-controlled reading materials and systematic phonics instruction.

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