Learning to read is one of the major milestones in a child's life, and it's one that parents worry about. This guide gives parents information on how to support their child on his or her reading journey. Now parents of children, aged three to five years old, have the power to ensure their child becomes a successful reader. Available in English and Spanish.
This full-color illustrated poster addresses parents' and teachers' concerns about children's reading readiness and progress. Includes milestones and warning signs indicating that children might be at risk for reading challenges from birth through age six. By tracking children with this simple map, parents can be sure their children are keeping up with their peers, and intercede if they begin to notice warning signs. Available in English and Spanish.
Developed by Pamela Phelps, PhD and the Center for Childhood Research and Training in Tallahassee, FL, this manual provides caregivers of infants and toddlers knowledge about the creating and implementation of loving, playful, developmentally appropriate experiences for infants and toddlers. ISBN 978-0-88076-622-7.
A set of 30 developmental checklists designed for teachers using the Beyond Centers and Circle Time® curriculum. Conveniently record an individual child's assessment items for use in parent conferences.
Poster-sized versions for classroom display of the eighteen weekly lesson plans from the All About Preschoolers curriculum. Complete with plans for activities divided into large and small groups and interest areas. Each poster illustrates a daily plan for each week, providing ideas for curriculum areas or centers including group time, art, music, blocks,science, math, and writing. Posters measure 17" x 22".
3 years & up. As a supplement to the Language and Literacy Skills Resource Kit (item #63058), these Spanish materials will support inclusion of the Spanish speakers in the classroom. Includes: Magnetic Spanish Learning Letters and Spanish Alphabet and Picture Word Cards.
The strategies in this guide are based on stages of language learning and include ways to differentiate instruction, engage children in higher-level thinking, strengthen their use of newly learned language, and support their language progression and development.