Information on how young children learn, including emerging literacy, creativity and imagination, music, art etc. An invaluable resource for parents, preschools and all involved with early childhood.
This book provides information on how young children learn, and offers activities to encourage emerging literacy, promote creativity and imagination, and enhance knowledge and development in music, art, science, movement, and computers. Each section concludes with a list of resources.
This is one in a series of 3 books all edited by Better Farber, M.Ed. The other two books are:
- My Self, My Family, My Friends: 26 Experts Explore Young Children's Self-esteem.
- Guiding Young Children's Behavior: Helpful Ideas for Parents and Teachers from 28 Early Childhood Experts.
Encouraging a Positive View of Reading & Writing
Nancy F. Browing
In many ways, your child is already both a reader and a writer. When your preschooler turns the pages, looking at a book, he is a reader, and when he can tell you, "That's McDonald's," because he knows the symbol of the golden arches, he is also a reader. Your child is a writer when she tells a story for you to write down, or when she makes marks or letters on paper to tell her own story.
To help your child see himself as a reader and writer from the start, involve him with books at an early age: read to your infant from birth, look at picture books with your child and provide books made of plastic and cardboard for your baby to manipulate. As your child gets older, provide a variety of books for him to look at by himself and with others.
Importance of a Positive View of Reading and Writing
Most activities that will help your preschooler to love both reading and writing do not ...
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In the tradition of The Power of Habit and Thinking, Fast and Slow comes a practical, playful, and endlessly fascinating guide to what we really know about learning and memory todayand how we can apply it to our own lives.
Essential reading for parents today. Offering us the tools to become wiser, more relaxed parents and the inspiration to speak out, act according to our values, show humility, and set the kind of example that will make a real difference in our children's lives.
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