Updating...

Products Showing 2 of 2


  • Jomo and Mata

    Two elephants learn the uniqueness of one another by learning about sibling rivalry

    Promote understanding and respect among brothers and sisters. Jomo is four years younger than Mata. Little brother can't hope to match Mata at digging into the dry earth with his feet and tusks to find underground water. Jomo might just as well rest in his brother's shadow and play a tune on his trunk. But when the riverbed dries up, thirsty Jomo learns that digging a well is sometimes more important than besting his brother. The dramatic Jomo and Mata video features the sprawling vistas of the East African savannah and its beguiling inhabitants, and the storybook's colorful endpages present a host of facts about the African grasslands. 

    Jomo and Mata will help you:

    • Look at family life among the giants of the land
    • Investigate the important issue of sibling rivalry
    • Promote an awareness of the uniqueness of each student
    • Explore the land and inhabitants of East Africa

    "Highly recommended for classroom use, Grades K-4." —Small Press Magazine

    Author Alyssa Chase

    Illustrator Andra Chase

    Key Concept: Sibling Rivalry

    Age Group: Grades K-4

    More Info
  • Jomo and Mata

    Two elephants learn the uniqueness of one another by learning about sibling rivalry

    Promote understanding and respect among brothers and sisters. Jomo is four years younger than Mata. Little brother can't hope to match Mata at digging into the dry earth with his feet and tusks to find underground water. Jomo might just as well rest in his brother's shadow and play a tune on his trunk. But when the riverbed dries up, thirsty Jomo learns that digging a well is sometimes more important than besting his brother. The dramatic Jomo and Mata video features the sprawling vistas of the East African savannah and its beguiling inhabitants, and the storybook's colorful endpages present a host of facts about the African grasslands. 

    Jomo and Mata will help you:

    • Look at family life among the giants of the land
    • Investigate the important issue of sibling rivalry
    • Promote an awareness of the uniqueness of each student
    • Explore the land and inhabitants of East Africa

    "Highly recommended for classroom use, Grades K-4." —Small Press Magazine

    Author Alyssa Chase

    Illustrator Andra Chase

    Key Concept: Sibling Rivalry

    Age Group: Grades K-4

    More Info
    WHEN YOU RENT YOU CAN:
    Stream up to 1080p from this website. Rentals start on first play and end after 24 hours.