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  1. Hands-On Word Family Activities for Young Readers: Ready-to-Use Lessons and Activities for Building Literacy Skills by Roberta Seckler Brown, Susan Carey, 2003-02-07
  2. Teaching Beginning Writing: Lesson Plans to Support Five Developmental Writing Stages (Teaching Beginning Writing) by Jo Fitzpatrick, 1999-10
  3. Storybook-centered lesson plans: Holidays and customs by Janet Norris, 1995
  4. Making Words Kindergarten: 50 Interactive Lessons that Build Phonemic Awareness, Phonics, and Spelling Skills (Making Words Series) by Dorothy P. Hall, Patricia M. Cunningham, 2008-01-06
  5. Read! Move! Learn!: Active Stories for Active Learning by Carol Totsky Hammett, Nicki Collins Geigert, 2007-09
  6. Jump into Literacy: Active Learning for Preschool Children by Rae Pica, 2007-06

21. FREE Zoo-phonics Lesson Plan For Kindergarten!
Included in the preschool Kit Phonemic awareness and prereading/spelling/writingskills are taught in These comprehensive lessons meet and exceed the CA State
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Included in the Preschool Kit. Related Products Parents click here to see recommended products for home. Click on the icon below to download the Portable Document Format (PDF) version for printing and viewing offline. Related Products The Scope and Sequence of Zoo-phonics details the Zoo-phonics Program. It is an important information in your first step to using the entire Zoo-phonics Program including the Preschool Kit and Kindergarten Kit. Parents click here to see recommended products for home. Safari Into Reading, Spelling and Writing

22. Sunday School Lesson Plan
parents with much needed help in reinforcing the lessons. the King James (or yourpreferred) bible reading. preschool thru Grade 1 Depending on the time
God Saves His People - Part 1 Teacher's Guide - this is just one possible lesson plan. Visit the Moses Section for further ideas to supplement this.
The story of Moses being rescued from the basket in the reeds just goes to show that God is always looking out for us. God knew His plans for Moses even then, just like He knows the plans He has for us. It's so neat how we can look back at our lives and see God's hand in every situation, we may not understand why things happen but who better to trust your life in than God.
The message:
Preschool thru Grade 1: God saves His people. God saved Moses.
Grades 2 and 3: God saved Moses because He had a purpose for him. He has a purpose for you too.
I've split this message into two separate ones depending on the age level. For the younger children, the message evolves further from the God made families series, to God saves His people. For the older kids the message applies more to their lives and their importance in God's overall plan. Make sure you repeat the message many times during the lesson. For the older children, we expand on this message and say that "God has a purpose for your life". We all have a purpose and it's neat to know that God can use us in a special way to help him. Just like Moses, God knew he would deliver his people from Egypt, and do many other great things. Send the

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25. Headsprout - Phonics Based Online Reading Lessons - Headsprout Reading Testimoni
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26. The Mitten By Jan Brett
Appropriate grade levels preschool, kindergarten, first. to questions during andafter the reading of the book This lesson was submitted by Kim Howard and Jane
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The Mitten by Jan Brett
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Appropriate grade levels : preschool, kindergarten, first
Subject Area(s) : drama, reading
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  • The Mitten Jan Brett Language Arts
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1. The students will gain an appreciation of good literature by listening to the teacher read The Mitten and actively responding to questions during the reading of the story.
2. The students will be exposed to the Internet by visiting Jan Brett’s Website with their teacher.
3. The students will practice small motor skills by coloring and cutting out animal masks obtained from Jan Brett’s Website.
4. The students will show understanding of the story by retelling The Mitten through dramatic play.
5. The students will brainstorm questions and dictate a letter to Jan Brett that will be sent on the Internet via e-mail. A reply from Ms. Brett would be shared with your students.
6. Additional extension activities could be done utilizing the following resources:

27. Early Learning & Coloring Books
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28. Preschool Reading And The Bilingual Child
I shall first present three cases of preschool biliteracy, as four Mariana began totake piano lessons and learned end of the year Mariana s reading level was
III. Preschool Reading and the Bilingual Child
Mariana and Elena Past Learn to Read English and Spanish How the Christian Children Learned to Read Spanish and English A Case of Korean/English Bilingualism and Biliteracy Plurilingualism and Pluriliteracy ... Summary If a monolingual child can get a headstart by learning to read before going to school, why can't a bilingual child get a double headstart by learning to read two languages before entering school? No one would deny the educational importance of skill in reading; nor would many deny the advantage of a knowledge of two spoken languages. The theoretical advantage of knowing how to read and write in two languages would seem to be self-evident, and yet biliteracy is rarely emphasized as an objective in our schools. This is an intriguing fact. Is there perchance a parallel between this fact and that other widely recognized fact that illiteracy and semiliteracy are common in our schools? If early readers rarely have difficulties in school, can we assume that bilingual children too would have no difficulties if they learned how to read in two languages before entering school? Personally I like Chester Christian's statement and implied solution of the problem: In an important sense, the education of those who speak two languages can never be "equal" to the education of monolinguals; it must be inferior or superior. Whether it will be the one or the other depends heavily on whether literacy is provided in only one or in both languages. (

29. Philadelphia Inquirer 01/11/2004 Customized Reading Lessons On
to Head Start, the federally funded preschool program.). click a student takes andadjusts lessons based on back guarantee if students are not reading on grade

30. Reading Enrichment - Hundreds Of Worksheets/lessons You Can Use To Help Your Chl
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  • 85 that focus upon specific word families . Perhaps the book or lesson you're currently reading with your child deals with the -ain family (train, rain, grain, etc.). You can print out and customize as many practice copies of that word family as you need! My daughter's comprehension skyrocketed once she started

31. My Father's World - Kindergarten
preschool Grade 8 Curriculum for Homeschool and Christian Schools, My Father sWorld, The reading lessons may be used successfully with 5-year-old and mature 4
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A year-long learning adventure for young children. This complete kindergarten curriculum contains all necessary subjects and is ideal for homeschool or classroom. The first two weeks focus on the creation story from Genesis, followed by 26 hands-on, easy to teach, thematic units that focus on the wonders in God’s creation. The sun, moon, rocks, vegetables, elephants, butterflies, and dinosaurs are just a few of the exciting topics you will explore.
Reading is taught with a highly successful multi-sensory phonics approach. Hands-on and workbook activities are combined to teach letter names, 26 letter sounds (consonants and short vowels), sound blending, and correct handwriting. Students learn to read short vowel words, and by the end of the year they are reading very simple stories. The reading lessons may be used successfully with 5-year-old and mature 4-year-old children or with older children who are just beginning to learn letter sounds. Each unit also recommends a high-quality children’s read-aloud book that becomes the focus of related activities.

32. Toddler & Preschool Fun Page
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Fun ideas and links for 2-5 year olds! Fun Things To Learn: Learning Supplies:
  • Writing the Alphabet Animals Transportation (car, truck, bus, train, airplane, etc.) Community Helpers (mailman, fireman, policeman, doctor, etc.) Manners (not interrupting, using kind words, table manners, etc.) Science (there are lots of fun things that would fall under this!) Counting 1-30 (number recognition) and Writing 1-10 Music Praise Tapes/CDs Board puzzles Large Floor Puzzles Lace It Cards Play Dough Wood Blocks Large Legos Coloring Books Crayons Washable Markers Water Paints Alphabet Flashcards (see my flashcards I have made below) Numbers Flashcards Animals Flashcards Construction Paper Blunt Scissors Elmer's Glue Glue Stick And Lots of Books!!!!
FLASHCARDS Open Classroom Little ones love to play games. I have made flashcards to help you teach your little one their ABCs! I made two sets, one manuscript and one cursive. Print these out or copy onto card stock paper and laminate or cover with contact paper. Kids can practice tracing the letters using washable markers

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34. All Star Review - Frontline Phonics, Beginning Reading Program
this program offers much merit to preschool teachers, it is tools for teaching a preschoolerthe basics of reading. After just nine lessons your child will be
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The Frontline Phonics program is designed to teach preschool age children the basics of reading. Parents and teachers are provided with the materials needed to dive head first into the reading experience with their child. After using this program, your child will indeed be reading.
Educational Value: Multi-Sensory Learning Activities include:
  • instructional video for parents
  • Music CD with 34 songs
  • Lesson manual
  • Student workbook
  • Flash cards
  • Object lesson activities
  • 23 beginning reader books

Design Features: Frontline Phonics comes with clear, colorful illustrations in the workbook and the beginning readers. Children will enjoy the playful characters and primary colors, especially as they embark on the large selection of early readers included with this program. Frontline Phonics includes a music CD, filled with songs that emphasize letter sounds, both long and short sounds for vowels and the two-vowel rule. The parent lesson book follows the order of the sounds on the CD, with 41 lessons in all. The program also includes two sets of flashcards, one with colorful pictures and one smaller set to be used to assist with blending. The instructional video included with the program is an introduction for the parents and offers assistance in using the materials.

35. LeapFrog SchoolHouse Dealer Channel - Preschool Products
including times of the day, daily routines and life lessons. More, Bob Saves thePorcupines Bob Saves the Porcupines Part of the preschool reading series, Bob

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or some real reading exercises from Teach Your Child To Read In 100 Easy lessons whoare just developing their fine motor skills, the preschool Workbook Set

37. Awesome Library - Main
farm, dinosaurs, calendar, ocean, shoes, my body, reading, and zoo as topics. PreschoolActivities (The Chalkboard Patricia) Provides lessons and activities

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  • 38. Gains Found For The Poor In Rigorous Preschool
    in Chicago that are the subject of the study adhere to rigorous reading lessons. TheChicago preschool program, which is operated by the public school system
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    By JACQUES STEINBERG Todd Buchanan for The New York Times The Von Humboldt Child Parent Center was among the Chicago preschools included in a 15- year study that found that poor children in such programs had lower crime and dropout rates. Join a Discussion on Ideas on Contemporary Education oor children who attend intensive preschool classes are more likely to graduate from high school and less likely to be arrested than poor children who have not participated in such programs, according to a study that followed graduates of urban preschools for 15 years. Although there have been previous studies of the effects of preschool education, none appear to have been as comprehensive and long-running as this one, which is being published today in The Journal of the American Medical Association. Researchers at the University of Wisconsin tracked 1,500 children from Chicago beginning in 1985, at age 5, until age 20 and concluded that programs like Head Start could pay dividends long after children had learned to read — provided the programs were highly structured. The findings come at an opportune time for the Bush administration, which is preparing a scripted, pre-reading curriculum for the nation's 16,000 Head Start centers, a loose confederation that has traditionally been operated with few set rules. By contrast, the child-care centers in Chicago that are the subject of the study adhere to rigorous reading lessons. They are financed under another federal program, Title I.

    39. Library: 10 Research Based Principles
    Such preschool experiences lead to improved reading instruction that supports successfulreading acquisition is Teachers lead lessons where children receive
    Improving the Reading Achievement of America's Children: 10 Research-Based Principles
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    1. Home language and literacy experiences that lead to the development of key print concepts are plentiful among children who enter school prepared to learn to read. Joint book reading with family members helps children develop a wide range of knowledge that supports them in school-based reading. Once students are in school, parental help in the form of modeling good reading habits and monitoring homework and television viewing is associated with gains in student achievement. Programs that assist families in initiating and sustaining these sorts of activities show positive benefits for children's reading achievement. 2. Preschool programs are particularly beneficial for children who do not experience informal learning opportunities in their homes. These preschool experiences include opportunities to listen to and examine books, say nursery rhymes, write messages, and see and talk about print. Such preschool experiences lead to improved reading achievement in the school years, with some effects proving durable through grade 3. 3. Skills that predict later reading success

    40. U.S. Preschools Unbalanced
    At the Early Childhood Center, a staterun preschool program in Muskogee, childrenlearn that are the building blocks of the math and reading lessons they will
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