Teaching Kindergarten

Teaching Kindergarten

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Assimilating the best of current research and practice, this book presents the origins, purpose, curriculum, organization, and assessment of the developmentally appropriate kindergarten. Several techniques and approaches are suggested for use in a variety of settings, from small to large classes, from half-day to full-day programs. The principles and practices here are easily adaptable to preschool and the early grades. Beginning with a brief history of kindergarten and a discussion of current issues in kindergarten education, the book provides invaluable suggestions on: balancing all aspects of the kindergarten curriculum, including subject areas laying out the classroom organizing a daily schedule communicating with parents managing the classroom environment, including conduct planning theme activities choosing the right materials using volunteers. An evaluation checklist, theme evaluation form, and annotated bibliography of useful sources are included for teacher use.Snow and Winter/Magnets Animals in Winter Penguins Martin Luther King Bedtime and Bathtime Food and Nutrition Folk Tales, Fairy Tales Giants/ Measuring Groundhog Day Chinese New Year Abraham Lincoln Valentinea#39;s Day /Post Officeanbsp;...


Title:Teaching Kindergarten
Author: Bonnie Brown Walmsley
Publisher:Heinemann Educational Books - 1992
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