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Sally Moomaw, EdD

Biography:

Sally Moomaw Sally Moomaw, EdD, is an Assistant Professor of Early Childhood Education at the University of Cincinnati. Much of her research and teaching is in the area of STEM education (science, technology, engineering, and math). She received her doctoral degree in special education from the University of Cincinnati in 2008 following a long career as a preschool teacher and as the Associate Director for Professional Development at the college's Arlitt Center. She is the author of fourteen books on early childhood curriculum, including the More Than...series. She designed a Mathematics Tool Kit for the Ohio Department of Education to help teachers implement state content standards, and has presented numerous workshops for colleges, school districts, and conferences throughout the country. She also holds a bachelor's degree in music and a master's degree in child development, both from the University of Cincinnati.

Sally Moomaw, EdD's Books

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  • More Than Series 6 Book Set

    Authors: Sally Moomaw EdD, Brenda Hieronymus, MEd
    Product Code: 436701
    ISBN: 436701

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    Save more than $35 when you buy this complete set of six books!

    The popular More Than . . . Series by Sally Moomaw and Brenda Hieronymus is a child-centered integrated curriculum for five important areas of early learning: math, art, music, science, and reading and writing. Each book answers common teacher questions and includes complete directions and illustrations for over 100 hands-on activities. This book is guaranteed to encourage children to explore the wonders of their world! It is ideal for beginning teachers and inclusive classrooms.

     
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  • Lessons From Turtle Island: Native Curriculum in Early Childhood Classrooms

    Authors: Guy W. Jones, Sally Moomaw EdD
    Product Code: 309301
    ISBN: 978-192961025-9

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    Winner of the Gustavus Myers Outstanding Book Award and Skipping Stones Honor Award.

    How do you help young children learn more about Native peopls than the cultural stereotypes found in children's books and in the media?

    Lessons from Turtle Island is the first complete guide to exploring Native American issues with children. The authors—one Native, one white, both educators—show ways to incorporate authentic learning experiences about Native Americans into your curriculum. This book is organized around five cross-cultural themes—Children, Home, Families, Community, and the Environment. The authors present activities, from children's books they recommend, to develop skills in reading and writing, science, math, make-believe, art, and more. The book provides helpful guidelines and resource lists for selecting appropriate toys, children's books, music, and art, and also includes a family heritage project. Age Focus: 3-8. Softbound, 192 pgs.

     
  • More Than Letters: Literacy Activities for Preschool, Kindergarten, and First Grade

    Authors: Sally Moomaw EdD, Brenda Hieronymus, MEd
    Product Code: 300301
    ISBN: 978-188483498-1

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    By developing an early love of reading and writing, children gain the key to a lifetime of enjoyment and achievement.

    The newest addition to the popular More Than . . . Series by authors Sally Moomaw and Brenda Hieronymus, More Than Letters contains dozens of engaging ideas for creating a literacy-rich classroom. The book explore how you can use big books, interactive charts, games, and manipulative materials to foster children's development in this domain. Softbound, 312 pgs.

    "All of the More Than . . . series have gone to my classes for students to see. It is such a teacher-friendly format, one that works well for teachers at various levels of education and experience. Everything is laid out for the teacher: goals, materials, descriptions of activities; with enough theoretical framework provided at the outset to help students and teachers understand the rationale for the activities. These books should be in every child care center's resource room."
    —Louise E. Bower, professor of education, University of Cincinnati

    "Create classrooms that surround students with meaningful print. [More Than Letters] includes dozens of fun and engaging literacy activities that use big books, interactive writing centers, manipulatives, environmental print, and more to help create an effective early literacy program."
    Learning magazine

     
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