Adorned with artist and author Eric Carle's illustrations from the book 1, 2, 3 to the Zoo, these beautiful flash cards feature three great subjects for infants and toddlers: animals, trains, and counting! Printed on thick, sturdy board, they are equally suited for small hands to hold, hanging on the wall in a child's room, or making a number frieze in a classroom. The set of 20 cards counts from 1 to 10 twice.
These quick, engaging activities help students enjoy the colorful works of Eric Carle. For this story, students focus on the theme of mathematics. Before-, during-, and after-reading activities are provided for a comprehensive study of the story.
Whether used for thematic story times, program and curriculum planning, readers' advisory, or collection development, this updated edition of the well-known companion makes finding the right picture books for your library a breeze. • Offers easy subject access to children's picture books • Features a user-friendly organization • Provides in-depth indexing and full bibliographic detail
"Early themes - places is one of a new series of teacher resource books designed to support teachers as they impart knowledge about commonly-taught themes in early childhood classrooms. The books contain a variety of ideas for using the themes to assist teachers as they convey early skills and concepts using cross-curricular activities in learning centres or whole class activities." --p. iii.
With an emphasis being placed on teaching K-3 reading skills development, teachers have less time to spend on teaching how literature relates to the content areas. This text encourages emergent literacy as well as reading of literature on the content fields. This book functions as an overview of Literacy, Learning, and Literature, followed by chapter-long, specific introductions to content areas. This book analyzes and describes 125 literature books, each with follow-up activities that teachers can use to teach science, mathematics, and social studies to emergent readers. Early childhood educators, child care workers, parents, or others who may be helping young readers improve their literacy.