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Lessons for Literacy
Promoting Preschool Success
Harlan S. Hansen, PhD, & Ruth M. Hansen, PhD
Give your preschoolers a strong educational foundation for kindergarten and beyond.
This quality assessment program uses developmentally appropriate learning activities
to identify and shape children’s early learning skills. Included are activities, assessment
tools, and sound pedagogy to help preschool-age children learn basics such as print
concepts, rhyming, and letter recognition. Age focus: 3–5. Softbound, 164 pgs.
Teaching numeracy, Language, and LiTeracy wiTh BLocks
Abigail Newburger, MA, & Elizabeth Vaughan, PhD
Support emerging school-readiness skills in such core functions as
numbers, vocabulary, and reading by effectively facilitating block play.
Each chapter includes helpful suggestions to help children develop
cognitively, physically, socially, and creatively. Softbound, 152 pgs.
writers. More than 130 activities for
small-group and transition times meet
the standard for phonemic awareness
recommended by the National Reading
Panel and endorsed by the U.S.
Department of Education. Preschool,
Softbound, 80 pgs.
The earLy LiTeracy kiT
A Handbook and Tip Cards
Betsy Diamant-Cohen and
Saroj Nadkarni Ghoting
Spread the word about school readiness
skills with this innovative and practical
kit. An accessible handbook, 104 reusable
tip cards with coordinated activities, and
a concise summary of important early
literacy research are included. Age focus:
0–5. Softbound, 40 pgs.
30 Fun ways To Learn
Use fun games to make early writing
in the classroom exciting and fun.
With tips for turning your classroom
into a literacy-rich environment and
ideas for encouraging children to
embrace the excitement of reading
and writing, this book brings literacy
learning to the classroom in new ways.
Age focus: 3–6. Softbound, 78 pgs.
“Lessons for Literacy is a practical handbook for new and seasoned teachers alike that
makes it simple to fill children’s days with meaningful, engaging, and powerful literacy
activities. Complete with lessons, assessment tools, songs, and strategies for connecting
with families, this comprehensive book is a one-stop resource for teaching early literacy.”
Early Childhood Literacy Coach
Resources for Child Caring
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Using Puppets with Young Children
Ingrid M. Crepeau & M. Ann Richards
Use puppets to support emergent
literacy skills, introduce children’s
literature, and assist in lesson-plan
development. Instructions are included
for designing, constructing, and
purchasing puppets. Softbound, 232 pgs.
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