Pinky Lee Monkey

Weekly Children's adventures by: K. Kolinek. Come join the Adventures of Pinky Lee. You can travel all over the world with just one look and through books

Pinky Lee is a magical sock monkey, who travels the world. As we explore, we learn language, history and geography along side Pinky and friends he meets along the way.

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Nancy Dang Shimozawa. Blu.... :P

Send in the cleanup kitty.

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All the time.... :)

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Timeline photos 07/21/2015

PL in Space sketch….

07/20/2015

Hi everyone it's me pinky lee lets go on an adventure for all to see

Timeline photos 07/19/2015

Timeline photos

Timeline photos 07/17/2015

Yeah

Fly me to the moon
Let me play among the stars….

Timeline photos 07/17/2015

Fly me to the moon
Let me play among the stars….

Photos from Pinky Lee Monkey's post 07/14/2015

We are back and ready for an adventure! Where are we going this summer? Where are you going this summer?

Photos from Pinky Lee Monkey's post 07/09/2015

Sorry, I've been away…I'm back…. ~PL

Mobile uploads 02/02/2015

There's no business like snow business.

02/02/2015

Stay warm.

Timeline photos 03/12/2013

Q: WHERE CAN YOU FIND AN OCEAN WITH NO WATER?

A: ON A MAP

Timeline photos 03/11/2013

Did you know that around 70% of the Earth’s surface is covered by oceans. Ocean tides are caused by the Earth rotating while the Moon and Sun’s gravitational pull acts on ocean water. While there are hundreds of thousands of known marine life forms, there are many that are yet to be discovered, some scientists suggest that there could actually be millions of marine life forms out there. The Pacific Ocean’s name has an original meaning of ‘peaceful sea’, it is the largest ocean on Earth.

Timeline photos 03/07/2013

And not you that broke!

Timeline photos 03/07/2013

Wouldn't it be comforting to treat it as a joke? And say you're glad it was your toy...

Timeline photos 03/07/2013

Would your tears make it better by crying? Until your eyes hurt and head ache?

Timeline photos 03/07/2013

Imagine, my Lilliputian friend your toy should break.

Timeline photos 03/07/2013

I wrote a children's poem to put things into perspective for Brain Injury Awareness

Timeline photos 02/22/2013

Happy birthday to one of the greatest illustrator of all time, Edward Goreg.

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Where to next? Any suggestions?

12/19/2012

Happy Birthday Rebecca!

Timeline photos 08/26/2012

Choose the right path.

08/24/2012

Out and about in Sag Harbor, NY. Sag Harbor was settled sometime between 1707 and 1730. While some accounts say it was named for neighboring Sagaponack, New York which at the time was called "Sagg", Sagaponack and Sag Harbor both got their name from a tuber the Metoac Algonquins raised.

Caio Italy! 07/25/2012

Caio Italy!

Caio Italy! 07/25/2012

Caio Italy!

07/18/2012

Can you find me in L'andana Tenuta La Badioa!
La ringraziamo per il Suo contributo a salvaguardia dell'ambiente. Like if you understand and or if you want a green planet!

07/11/2012

Chao, Mi sei mancato molto, because I'm in Italy!

May Day — Infoplease.com 05/01/2012

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04/02/2012

Pinky Lee Monkey

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Pinky Lee Monkey Weekly Children's adventures by: K. Kolinek. Come join the Adventures of Pinky Lee. You can travel all over the world with just one look and through books

04/01/2012

Unlike most of the other non-foolish holidays, the history of April Fool's Day, sometimes called All Fool's Day, is not totally clear. It is not like Halloween, where despite an interesting history, most people just put on Halloween costumes, get candy, and leave it at that. There really wasn't a "first April Fool's Day" that can be pinpointed on the calendar. Some believe it sort of evolved simultaneously in several cultures at the same time, from celebrations involving the first day of spring.

About Facing History and BULLY | Creating Safe Schools Guide to BULLY Movie 03/21/2012

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http://safeschools.facinghistory.org/content/about-facing-history-and-bully

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Bully Movie - Official Movie Site 03/21/2012

Bully Movie - Official Movie Site

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Bully Movie - Official Movie Site Directed by Sundance and Emmy-award winning filmmaker, Lee Hirsch, Bully is a beautifully cinematic, character-driven documentary. At its heart are those with huge stakes in this issue whose stories each represent a different facet of America’s bullying crisis. Bully follows five kids and families o...

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The first book "The Adventures of Pinky Lee, Passport to Adventure", is the prologue to the two series of Adventures for Pinky Lee. The cover is Pinky Lee’s UK passport; the book will also contain a passport for the child to collect stickers for each book/region. Enclosed at the end of each book that follows Pass Port to Adventure is a code to unlock a sticker on-line to be printed out for the child’s passport. Similar to receiving an exit stamp when leaving a country, a child can collect stamps from around the world. Each sticker will be a passport stamp like the rubber stamp inked impression received in one’s passport upon exiting a country. Simultaneously, with the pass port page on-line there will be flash games and a language widget for the children to further their adventure. The series of books to follow are in the shape of the state, region or country highlighted. The books shape is the political shape of the state, region or country to scale; therefore, when all the books are collected the child can put the puzzle together.

The books are in two series. Each of the 50 states is presented individually or in region for the Continental United States series and all of the countries of the world are broken into regions for the Around the World series.

In the Around the World series, Pinky Lee is paired up with an indigenous animal from the region to show him around the sights, customs and key phrases in the native language. These books are for younger readers who have an easier retention rate for new languages. Their love for collecting cute animals, also ties in with the theme that each book will have a new animal and opens up limitless marketing possibilities.

In the Continental United States the books become first chapter books. There are 27 books an ideal number for a classroom teacher to use. Each week a student would have a different state or region to read about and at the end of the week they can place their piece of the puzzle together on the floor map, thus increasing literacy comprehension and geographic. The passport also helps mark the progress for the teachers and parents as well as boost pride for the child.

As a former classroom teacher and current independent educator, I have created dummy books in small case studies and found the effectiveness as well as the enjoyment the children received from the Adventures of Pinky Lee.

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