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  • Classroom Area Signs (Small-size)
    Literacy Family Child Care Mathematics Movement and Music Assessment Child Assessment COR Advantage Early Literacy Skills Program Assessment Program Quality Assess Ready School Assessmen Professional Learning Infant Toddler Online Training September Start Date October Start Date November Start Date January Start Date February Start Date April Start Date May Start Date Preschool Discount School Supply Storybook Sets Research Brochures Cards Newsletters New Arrivals Specials Best Sellers New Arrivals Browse by Price Below 20 From 20 to 50 From 50 to 100 Over 100 Recently Viewed Multicultural Programs Family Child Care P Full Day Preschool Steps in Resolving Clear List Our Products Curriculum Preschool Classroom Area Signs Small size Catalog N PC1004 Price 15 95 Add to Cart Classroom Area Signs Small size Description Related Products 2 sets of 10 cards per package laminated 5 x 5 5 ISBN 978 1 57379 306 3 This set of 20 colorful signs features easy to see simple pictures and area names that identify each part or interest area of the classroom Organizing the classroom into clear work and play areas helps children find materials they need and to return them after use These new small size area signs are laminated and great to

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  • Building a HighScope Program: Head Start Preschool Programs
    Child Care Mathematics Movement and Music Assessment Child Assessment COR Advantage Early Literacy Skills Program Assessment Program Quality Assess Ready School Assessmen Professional Learning Infant Toddler Online Training September Start Date October Start Date November Start Date January Start Date February Start Date April Start Date May Start Date Preschool Discount School Supply Storybook Sets Research Brochures Cards Newsletters New Arrivals Specials Best Sellers New Arrivals Browse by Price Below 20 From 20 to 50 From 50 to 100 Over 100 Recently Viewed Head Start Preschoo Multicultural Programs Family Child Care P Full Day Preschool Clear List Head Start Preschool Programs Building a HighScope Program Series Our Products Curriculum Preschool Catalog N P1352 Author K Rush Soft cover photos 116 pages ISBN 978 1 57379 268 4 In this book you ll learn how to smoothly integrate the HighScope Curriculum into your particular Head Start setting whether it is a center or home based environment full or half day program or in a rural or urban setting Find out how to stay in compliance with the Head Start Performance Program Standards and meet the mandated Head Start Child Outcomes Framework while using an active learning approach Includes sample daily routine

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  • HighScope: Online Store: You're Not My Friend Anymore!
    Curriculum Infant Toddler Preschool Curriculum Resources Classroom Resources Early Literacy Family Child Care Mathematics Movement and Music Assessment Child Assessment COR Advantage Early Literacy Skills Program Assessment Program Quality Assess Ready School Assessmen Professional Learning Infant Toddler Online Training September Start Date October Start Date November Start Date January Start Date February Start Date April Start Date May Start Date Preschool Discount School Supply Storybook Sets Research Brochures Cards Newsletters New Arrivals Specials Best Sellers New Arrivals Browse by Price Below 20 From 20 to 50 From 50 to 100 Over 100 Recently Viewed You re Not My Frien Head Start Preschoo Multicultural Programs Family Child Care P Clear List You re Not My Friend Anymore Illustrated Answers to Questions About Young Children s Challenging Behaviors Our Products Curriculum Preschool Catalog N P1389 Author B Evans Illustrated by J Wilcox Soft Cover 104 pages ISBN 978 1 57379 455 8 Table of Contents Sample Pages You re Not My Friend Anymore expands on HighScope s six step problem solving approach with a series of 21 scenarios based on real life parent and teacher interactions with young children Each chapter explores a typical What if question about children s challenging behaviors

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  • Helping Your Preschool Child Become a Reader: Ideas for Parents - Early Literacy
    Program Quality Assess Ready School Assessmen Professional Learning Infant Toddler Online Training September Start Date October Start Date November Start Date January Start Date February Start Date April Start Date May Start Date Preschool Discount School Supply Storybook Sets Research Brochures Cards Newsletters New Arrivals Specials Best Sellers New Arrivals Browse by Price Below 20 From 20 to 50 From 50 to 100 Over 100 Recently Viewed Helping Your Presch You re Not My Frien Head Start Preschoo Multicultural Programs Clear List Helping Your Preschool Child Become a Reader Ideas for Parents Our Products Curriculum Early Literacy Catalog N F1059 Author A S Epstein 5½ x 8½ self cover 48 pages ISBN 978 1 57379 126 7 Did you know that the roots of reading and writing begin long before children enter school The everyday experiences your child has in the early years like talking about what he did today or dictating a caption for the picture she drew are very important to later development in reading and writing This booklet gives you many simple enjoyable ideas for using these experiences to help your child get ready to read Discover how you can model important literacy habits for your child Learn how reading stories singing songs and saying silly rhymes that your child loves all make your child aware of the sounds of words an important skill in learning to read and write And find out how to make your home a showcase for reading and writing by providing inexpensive materials that encourage literacy and by showing your child the many ways reading and writing are used in everyday life By including a wide variety of language and print experiences in your family routines you can prepare your child not only to be successful at reading and writing but also

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  • Ayudando a su Preescolar a ser un Lector: Ideas para los Padres - Early Literacy
    Learning Infant Toddler Online Training September Start Date October Start Date November Start Date January Start Date February Start Date April Start Date May Start Date Preschool Discount School Supply Storybook Sets Research Brochures Cards Newsletters New Arrivals Specials Best Sellers New Arrivals Browse by Price Below 20 From 20 to 50 From 50 to 100 Over 100 Recently Viewed Ayudando a su Prees Helping Your Presch You re Not My Frien Head Start Preschoo Clear List Ayudando a su Preescolar a ser un Lector Ideas para los Padres Our Products Curriculum Early Literacy Catalog N L1039 5½ x 8½ self cover 48 pages translated by Evy Bowman ISBN 978 1 57379 203 5 Spanish translation of High Scope s popular Helping Your Preschool Child Become a Reader Ideas for Parents The Spanish edition of this booklet offers parents many simple enjoyable ideas for using everyday experiences to help their child get ready to read They will learn how reading stories singing songs and saying rhymes all make children aware of the sounds of words an important skill in learning to read and write This booklet also explains the importance of modeling literacy habits and how to provide inexpensive materials

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  • High/Scope: Online Store: Storybook Talk: Conversations for Comprehension
    will serve children for a lifetime Research shows that conversation during story reading helps children engage with text make sense of it and connect events and ideas into a coherent story or line of thought This book offers guidance on storybook selection and analysis and provides strategies for interactive reading that will improve children s comprehension in the key areas of vocabulary connection retelling and prediction This book includes Background on how children s comprehension develops Discussion of story selection and analysis with attention to illustrations words setting and story structure 63 strategies for story reading that build children s vocabulary as well as their ability to connect with stories retell them and predict what happens next Contents Preface vii 1 How Story Talk Builds Comprehension and Oral Language 1 Story Conversations Play a Critical Role 1 How This Book Is Organized 3 Preschool Readers in Action 3 Story Comprehension 5 How Children Develop the Ability to Think About Stories 6 2 Story Selection and Analysis I Love This Book 9 Illustrations 9 Words 11 World or Place 12 Story Structure 12 Story Analysis 15 3 Conversation Basics Invite Child Talk 19 Strategies for Inviting Child Talk 20 4 Vocabulary Learn New Words From a Story 25 Strategies for Learning New Words From Stories 26 By Yourself 26 With Children 27 5 Connection At Home in a Story 33 Strategies for Making Connections 33 6 Retelling Remember a Story 41 Strategies for Retelling 42 During Story Reading 42 At the End of the Story 44 7 Prediction Imagine a Story s Sequel 49 Strategies for Prediction 50 During Story Reading 50 At the End of the Story 57 References 59 Appendix Master List of Strategies 61 Index 65 About the Authors 66 Connection At Home in a Story Price 19 95 Add to Cart Storybook Talk Conversations for Comprehension Related Products Check the check boxes next to the additional products that you would like to add to the shopping cart then click on the Add to Cart button above A check box is not shown if a product requires that you select an option or fill out a field indicates a required accessory Helping Your Preschool Child Become a Reader Ideas for Parents Price 4 95 Preschool Readers and Writers Early Literacy Strategies for Teachers Price 34 95 Let s Talk Literacy Practical Readings for Preschool Teachers Price 24 95 Product Details Author s M Hohmann K Adams Soft cover photos 66 pages ISBN 978 1 57379 353 7 Let s read it again If you are a teacher or parent this is a phrase you are likely to hear often when reading with preschoolers and it may make you wonder how you can possibly read the story one more time with energy and enthusiasm Storybook Talk shows you how to make reading a story over and over engaging and compelling for adults and children alike while building comprehension skills that will serve children for a lifetime Research shows that

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  • Family Child Care PQA Administration Manual
    Infant Toddler Preschool Curriculum Resources Classroom Resources Early Literacy Family Child Care Mathematics Movement and Music Assessment Child Assessment COR Advantage Early Literacy Skills Program Assessment Program Quality Assess Ready School Assessmen Professional Learning Infant Toddler Online Training September Start Date October Start Date November Start Date January Start Date February Start Date April Start Date May Start Date Preschool Discount School Supply Storybook Sets Research Brochures Cards Newsletters New Arrivals Specials Best Sellers New Arrivals Browse by Price Below 20 From 20 to 50 From 50 to 100 Over 100 Recently Viewed Family Child Care P Storybook Talk Con Ayudando a su Prees Helping Your Presch Clear List Family Child Care Program Quality Assessment PQA Administration Manual Our Products Curriculum Family Child Care Catalog N P1386 ISBN 978 1 57379 452 7 The Family Child Care PQA is a validated instrument designed to measure the quality of family child care programs and identify provider training needs It consists of standards for best practices that can be scored by outside raters or can be used as a self assessment tool by providers The Administration Manual provides an overview of the instrument and instructions for administering it Price 7 95 Add

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  • Family Child Care Programs
    Products Author T S Kruse Soft Cover illustrated 76 pages ISBN 978 1 57379 265 3 In this book learn how family child care providers successfully adapt their homes into active learning spaces work with a mixed age group find time to observe children and develop lesson plans find suitable professional development opportunities and address many other challenges unique to family child care Whether you are using HighScope in an existing early childhood program or are starting a new HighScope program from scratch learn from the experience of others This is easy to do for any program setting with one or more books in the Building a HighScope Program series Each book tells you what you need to know to plan your program answers frequently asked questions and provides tips strategies and practical examples from actual providers to help you deal with the specific challenges that arise in each type of setting Also included are a brief overview of the active learning approach sample daily routines a step by step implementation guide for getting started with HighScope and information on related HighScope resources Building a HighScope Program Family Child Care Programs Acknowledgments Preface High Scope Works Research on Effectiveness Meeting Accountability Standards 1 Introduction About This Book About the HighScope Approach Types of Family Child Care Issues and Challenges A Natural Fit Benefits of HighScope Building Your Program Overview of the HighScope Curriculum How High Scope Differs From Other Early Childhood Programs HighScope s Goals for Young Children Who Uses HighScope Adult Child Interaction What Happens Each Day in a HighScope Program Daily Routine What a HighScope Setting Looks Like Learning Environment Working and Planning as a Team How HighScope Assesses Children How HighScope Evaluates Programs HighScope and Accountability Standards HighScope Training Meeting the Challenge 2 Special Issues in Family

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