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English Language Arts the Kindergarten Way
English Language Arts the Kindergarten Way
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English Language Arts the Kindergarten Way

Kindergarten teachers know that a child's first taste of school should be engaging, active, social, and fun! Yet teachers are presented with a challenge. How do they nurture the holistic, exploratory nature of early childhood while teaching with the intentionality and rigor required to meet learning goals? Let this resource pave the way. English Language Arts the Kindergarten Way contains methods for teaching foundational reading skills, building vocabulary, inspiring and developing writing, and helping children respond to literature and informational text—while inherently fulfilling the needs of the whole child. An entire year of activities is included. And all activities are classroom-tested and naturally infuse visual art, music, drama, poetry, movement and puppetry—so that kindergartners meet learning goals their way.

 
ISBN978-1-4966-0811-6
Text TypeInformational Text
SubjectProfessional Development
Page Count160
Copyright2017
SeriesMaupin House
Paperback
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$29.95
 


 
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Mary Ann Ranells, PhD, West Ada School District, Meridian, ID

"This thoughtful, purposeful book is written by two phenomenal kindergarten teachers who saw the need to focus on what children know and are curious about. This provided the catalyst for them to build a program that moves young children ahead in their growth as speakers, readers, and writers. They do not focus on developing specific skills, such as letter recognition or auditory discrimination, in isolation of content. They are early childhood teachers who believe we should be facilitators of children’s existing literacy knowledge, supporting and extending it to greater levels of complexity. Thanks to this book, the guesswork is gone; the magic begins." - Mary Ann Ranells, PhD, West Ada School District, Meridian, ID

April 1, 2017

Laura Fullmer

Laura Fullmer

Laura Fullmer developed a love of teaching while working in early elementary reading programs at the University of Florida. Her article, Teaching Sam to Enjoy Reading, was based on these experiences and published in NAEYC’s Young Children magazine. She received a Master's Degree in Elementary Education in 2004 and has been a kindergarten and first grade teacher since. She holds a national reading specialist endorsement, served as a reading intervention teacher and RtI lead, and works closely with teachers new to the profession. The Idaho State Department of Education recognized her with two 21st Century Classroom Awards for best practices in Visual Arts and Technology Innovation. When she's not teaching or designing lessons, she and her husband Jeff are savoring time with their own "not-so-young" children.

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