Eric Carle S Animals Book And Block Puzzles
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📒Eric Carle S Animals Book And Block Puzzles ✍ Eric Carle
✏Eric Carle s Animals Book and Block Puzzles Book Summary : Carle's signature artwork is combined with an interactive block puzzle in this sturdy, all-in-one set. A paperback book features six animals and asks the reader to match the image using the four accompanying blocks. Full color. Pkg. Consumable.
📒Teaching Young Children ✍ Margaret B. Puckett
✏Teaching Young Children Book Summary : Puckett (child care and education consultant, Tarrant County Work Force Development Board) and Diffily (early childhood education, Southern Methodist University) focus on quality in early childhood programs and principles of developmentally appropriate practices in this text for students in early ch.
📒Oppenheim Toy Portfolio ✍ Joanne Oppenheim
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📒The Book ✍ Michael F. Suarez, S.J.
✏The Book Book Summary : "This volume seeks to delineate the history of the production, dissemination, and reception of texts from the earliest pictograms of the mid-4th millennium to recent developments in electronic books."--P. xi.
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📒Early Childhood Literature ✍ Eileen M. Burke
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📒Early Childhood Language Arts ✍ Mary Renck Jalongo
✏Early Childhood Language Arts Book Summary : Early Childhood Language Arts, Second Edition, is a comprehensive look at early childhood literacy education. Unlike most early literacy books, it includes listening, speaking, reading, and writing, with a strong children's literature emphasis throughout. This text provides instructors with a synthesis of the information on language arts gleaned from research on emergent literacy, early childhood education, and special education. It underscores what is being emphasized in early childhood teacher accreditation programs; namely, responding to the increasingly diverse needs of young language learners in inclusive settings, working with parents and families, and collaborating with professionals in other fields. Each chapter provides a discussion of the key concepts in the chapter, followed by case material that demonstrates how teachers, families, and professionals in other fields can work together to promote the literacy growth and development of a young child. The content and examples throughout every chapter enable students to see how children go through the process of acquiring literacy, and how literacy learning occurs with diverse groups of learners. The body of every chapter concludes with a section on teacher concerns and basic strategies, developmentally appropriate activities, teacher self-assessment, and information on standards as they relate to the content of each chapter.
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📒The Missing Alphabet ✍ Susan Marcus
✏The Missing Alphabet Book Summary : The future will belong to children with innovative minds. Which is why this team of education experts have drawn on their decades of applied research in creativity, individuality, play, and media to craft an engaging guide for parents who understand that creative thinking skills are no longer a luxury, but a necessity for success in the new, grown-up world of work. The book introduces the Sensory Alphabet, basic building blocks that are as powerful for building twenty-first-century literacies as the ABCs are for reading—and that are lacking in schools today. The Missing Alphabet also offers foundational knowledge, current research and a pragmatic path for parents to understand the individual strengths and creative potential that will help their own children learn productively in the future. To turn these ideas into action, there is a Field Guide full of resources and activities for parents and kids to explore together at home, in museums, and around the neighborhood. This tried-and-true approach engages children with the creative thinking process, the capacity to invent with many media, the ability to think across disciplines, and the reliance on (and joy in) the imagination. Over the past forty years, the authors have developed highly successful programs for both in and out-of-school settings based on these concepts. Now, they offer parents a comprehensive guide for building the confidence and creative thinking skills for their own children—and now urgently needed for our collective future.