Promote Early Literacy Skills Cu
WEAVING THE LITERACY WEB
Creating Curriculum Based on Books Children Love
This innovative handbook introduces book-based
webbing and ideas for activity planning. Find tips
for observing children’s interests and for evaluating
books for your own classroom library. Age focus:
3–5. Softbound, 144 pgs.
WITH A PURPOSE
One hundred sixty
in one handy place!
Organized by season
in a sturdy storage
box, each card features
a reproducible pattern
on one side and standards-
based, skill-building companion
activities on the other. Also
included is a 16-page teacher
handbook. Age focus: 3–8.
A Guide for Early Childhood
Ann Gadzikowski, MEd
Learn the basics of story dictation, including
when and how to do it; how you can use
it to assess and document growth in a
variety of areas, such as language and social
development; and the most common subjects
of children’s stories and what they may
represent. Age focus: 3–6. Softbound, 144 pgs.
SIGN TO LEARN
American Sign Language in the
Early Childhood Classroom
Kirsten Dennis & Tressa Azpiri
Integrate American Sign Language
(ASL) into your classroom with this
comprehensive, illustrated curriculum.
Activities and lesson plans are grouped
by themes, including feelings, food,
seasons, animals, songs, and families.
Strategies for using ASL with children
with special needs or in multilingual
classrooms are included. Age focus:
0–6. Softbound, 208 pgs.
SIGN THROUGH THE DAY
Present the most practical and common ASL signs
with this attractive, convenient poster. Teachers and
students will use its instructive reminders daily. 18” x 24”
SIGN AND SINGALONG BOOK SET
Help your children gain a head start in
development by learning to communicate
before learning to speak. Your children can
build a basic sign vocabulary by singing
familiar nursery rhymes while signing along.
Four board books, 12 pgs. each.
SIGN TO LEARN BOOK & POSTER SET
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