The Giant Encyclopedia of Circle Time
and Group Activities for Children 3 to 6
Kathy Charner, Rebecca Jones
all over America share their experiences and knowledge
for the creation of this 510 page compendium . . . .The
activities are learning experiences (as well as a lot
of fun) and teach basic facts about air and wind, the
alphabet, animals, art, beaches and oceans, bears, birds,
bodies, clothes, colors, cooking, crafts, dinosaurs, emotions,
the environment, the seasons, families, farms, food, friendship,
games habitats, health and safety, holidays, insects,
movement, other cultures, music, nature, numbers, nursery
rhymes etc. This is also a highly recommenced resource
for home schooling and for parents and care givers to
use for summertime and rainy day activities as well.
|This is a wonderful,
comprehensive guide to working with young children. All
aspects of a successful, pre-school or kindergarten program
are covered in this book. This is a must-have resource
for beginning early childhood teachers.Practical guidelines
and step-by-step techniques for organizing and implementing
a successful preschool program. Includes strategies and
reproducibles for classroom management, curricula planning,
learning centers, storytelling, and more.
A Survival Guide for the Preschool
Jean R. Feldman
Transition Time: Let's Do Something
Jean Feldman, Rebecca Jones
|In a reader-friendly
format, the author offers a host of songs, fingerplays,
games and stories to smooth over "bumpy" transitions.
The suggestions are organized around the different segments
of a usual school day, such as circle time, clean-up,
line-up, eating and naptime. Especially helpful are the
directions for making story enhancers for language development
activities. Tips for planning for transitions during every
part of the day, plus a planning guide, are included.
Over 400 ideas and activities Activities for every time
of the day.