2 edition of Emphasis on kindergarten found in the catalog.
Emphasis on kindergarten
Washington (State). Superintendent of Public Instruction.
1971 in Olympia] .
Written in English
Bibliography: p. 66-68.
|Other titles||Administrative guidelines in early childhood education.|
|LC Classifications||LB1235.W2 A45|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||68|
|LC Control Number||72611633|
So how do you build to let children be children? Opens discussions about what wishes are important. Perfect for: Kids who like adventure. Seuss used when he did not illustrate a titlethis funny book is a charmer. In particular, he explains how he trains his neighboring humans to give him the food he likes.
A sweetly written nostalgic book. A sure hit with kids starting chapter books. Your child will love this bilingual Spanish and English book about a budding friendship between an English-speaking girl and a Spanish-speaking girl who meet in a park. When the other dinosaurs say something is big, his mind fills with more descriptive words like gargantuan, gigantic, and Goliath.
Turn the page, and the frogs are calmly flying by on their magic lily pad carpets! An amazing semi-autobiographical picture book about a young boy and his deaf father set in Brooklyn. For each letter of the alphabet, four paintings from the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York have been selected to illustrate a word starting with the letter. A turtle on a log notices something above him. Winter Eyes is a beautifully illustrated collection of poems about winter. Find Oops!
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The inclusion of the books of stories of our faith and the saints provide opportunity for teaching and discussion with your student. But in the end we kept it: We needed a fire escape. Each poem celebrates some aspect of winter such as sledding, icicles, woolen socks and the mood of a blustery day.
This is a layered story that weaves in and out, up and down, Emphasis on kindergarten book form a fascinating fantasy. Look for startled fish and harassed birds! Find The Flower at your local library. Much like gardeners who adjust soil, water, or fertilizer to help flowers bloom, educators of young children must look beyond challenging behaviors to what a child's actions are communicating about their learning environment or home life.
If your child loves animals, he is sure to enjoy this delightful tale. It all starts around 8 p. Fun illustrations throughout help provide the clues. He does not want to leave his toys or his family.
Find Margaret and Margarita: Margarita y Margaret at your local library. For our Spanish readers: A su nino le encantaraeste libro bilingue sobre una amistad que crece entre una nina que habla ingles y una nina que habla espanol que se conocen en el parque.
Kindergarten was created as a place to emphasize the development of the whole child. How does knowing a lot of words help? Wolf at your local library. Also, how about starting your own collections of wonderful words? Children relate to the story line of things not always being pleasant and the occasional desire to escape.
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The cozy appeal of partnered reading and slightly quirky stories are too snuggly for just one reading. Will the emperor be able to see his earnest spirit? Perfect for: Animal lovers. They learn, grow, and internalize through interactive experiences with each other, with adults, and with real materials that require all of their senses.
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Using a book sent home by your child’s teacher or one you already have at home: • Put a book in your child’s lap with the cover facing up. • Use your finger to point out the title of the book as you read the title. • Look at the pictures on the cover and on the first page. • Point to.
Sep 24, · Kindergarten was created as a place to emphasize the development of the whole child. Now, however, emphasis has shifted so much to academic development, at the expense of emotional, social, and physical development, that we often forget how important these are.
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We create workbooks full of exploratory activities, beginning math material, and reading building blocks. Jul 15, · Reading Alphabet Books in Kindergarten: Effects of Instructional Emphasis and Media Practice and used centers for independent practice with an alphabet book on audiotape or CD-ROM over a period of four weeks.
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