Preschool Practice

Preschool Practice

Author: Joan Hoffman

Publisher: School Zone

Published: 2019-10

Total Pages: 0

ISBN-13: 9781601591166

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"Offers a variety of exercises that will help your child practice scissor skills and other readiness basics, such as story order, counting, matching, and beginning sounds. The interesting activities with clear directions will provide hours of educational fun for your child"--Page 4 of cover


Cut and Glue

Cut and Glue

Author: Elena Krylova

Publisher:

Published: 2021-01-03

Total Pages: 40

ISBN-13:

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This is the 'Cut and Glue' workbook for children 4 and above to practice their scissor and glue skills (hand-eye coordination and fine motor skills). Children will cut shapes and then glue them to the background to create a marvelous picture. This book consists of two parts. The first part has all backgrounds with a square at the top right corner of the page that shows how the picture should look like. The second part has all the details that need to be cut and glued to the background. All these parts are simple geometrical shapes that easy to cut. There are 13 projects that have increasing levels of difficulty. It ranges from a cute panda to a smiling fish and a wise owl! We hope that this book brings lots of fun to you and your child!


Preschool Scholar

Preschool Scholar

Author: School Zone

Publisher:

Published: 2019-07-16

Total Pages: 68

ISBN-13: 9780887434952

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Help your preschooler get ready for a great start. Follow the lovable Lulu on a trip through the Grand Zoo. An iguana, quetzal, unicorn, and other critter friends make reading and writing ABCs so much fun! Kids will enjoy learning the names of the animals that start with the letters of the alphabet. They will also practice tracing letters and numbers, learning shapes and colors, identifying same and different, matching, sequencing, and following directions. Lulu's jokes and fun facts add smiles and learning opportunities. Examples include "What kind of cat lives in the ocean?" and "Butterflies have transparent wings and taste with their feet." Find a lively selection of reading readiness, early math, and beginning science activities in our zoo-tastic Preschool Scholar; the skill focus is listed at the bottom of every page for easy reference. Bold, colorful illustrations help little learners stay focused and motivated, and when they are all done, they can fill out the completion reward certificate and display it with pride! A Parent Guide inside the front cover offers helpful tips for maximizing, the learning and Activities to Share inside the back cover suggest fun, easy, creative activities that get kids stretching their senses and critical thinking skills. This workbook is an excellent size for tucking into a tote or backpack and turning road trips and wait times into learning opportunities.


School Zone Fun and Games Kindergarten Activity Workbook

School Zone Fun and Games Kindergarten Activity Workbook

Author: School Zone

Publisher: Fun and Games

Published: 2018-11-26

Total Pages: 0

ISBN-13: 9781681473000

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This 320-page Fun and Games Kindergarten workbook, little ones learn super fun facts and stretch their imagination as they explore creative, colorful activities such as Prehistoric Egg Hunt, Crustacean Elation, River Life Cutouts and Orangutan Hang Time. They can even learn to draw ducks and dragonflies and put them on a pond! This confidence-boosting, boredom-busting activity workbook is packed with some of kids' favorite activities: hidden pictures, mazes, dot-to-dots, codes, puzzles, cutting and folding activities, and more. All of them are teacher-reviewed and age-specific. Develop counting, drawing, problem-solving, visual perceptual, and beginning reading and early math skills, as well as the eye-hand coordination and the fine motor skills needed for writing. Tear-out pages make great individual worksheets. Perfect for entertaining kids whether they are traveling or learning at home.


Preschool Stickers

Preschool Stickers

Author: Joan Hoffman

Publisher: School Zone

Published: 2018-02

Total Pages: 0

ISBN-13: 9781589477476

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So many stickers, so much to do! What kid doesn't like stickers? Especially stickers that plug into each activity to complete the exercises and playfully help develop readiness skills. This unique method of learning teaches skills like shapes, patterns, and alphabetical and numerical order. And with this Preschool Stickers Workbook from the Stuck on Learning!(R) series, it's all cleverly disguised as enjoyable sticker play designed to prepare your child for elementary school. There are also colorful award stickers that reward your child over and over for a job well done. And when he or she completes the book, a full-page Certificate of Achievement awaits. Don't you wish learning was this much fun when you were their age? Get your kids stuck on learning today!


Scissor Skills Color, Cut Out and Glue

Scissor Skills Color, Cut Out and Glue

Author: Adventure Press

Publisher:

Published: 2020-09-03

Total Pages: 118

ISBN-13:

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COLOR! CUT OUT! GLUE! PASTE - 55 Activity Pages Super fun activity book for kids and toddlers, over 55 projects for hours of fun. Combines three fine motor skills, eae hand coordination and cutting. Book for Homeschool, Preschool and Kindergarten Up to Grade One. Large size 8.5-11 Great gift for boys and girls Creativity with Coloring. Problem Solving and Imagination with pasting and assembly.


Whole Language Teaching, Whole-hearted Practice

Whole Language Teaching, Whole-hearted Practice

Author: Monica Taylor

Publisher: Peter Lang

Published: 2007

Total Pages: 236

ISBN-13: 9780820463100

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This seminal collection brings together the multiple perspectives of whole language educators over the course of the past thirty-five years. The essays illustrate the complex ways in which whole language teachers have been and continue to be political activists through their interactions with students; the teachers' beliefs about teaching, learning, and curriculum; their commitment to critical thinking and social justice; their collaborative engagements with other teachers; their role as leaders of change in schools and communities; and, finally, their activism in society. Although many believe that we are living in a climate where the term «whole language» is considered taboo, the contributors to this book demonstrate hopefulness for the future of whole language: as Yetta and Ken Goodman write in the concluding chapter, «whole language is alive and well.»