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Everyday Literacy: Environmental Print Activities for Young Children Ages 3-8 (05 Edition)by Stephanie Mueller
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Teachers can use a collection of cereal boxes and take-out menus as essential literacy tools! The activities in Everyday Literacy integrate environmental print - words, letters, and symbols found in everyday life - into a curriculum that makes it easy to encourage children's literacy every day. Young children develop literacy through direct involvement in meaningful experiences with print. Everyday Literacy provides hands-on ideas for turning newspapers, signs and signals in the community, and catalogs and magazines into literacy experiences.
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Teach literacy using familiar items such as cereal boxes, traffic signs and toy labels!
The tools you need to teach literacy are all around you! Everyday Literacy has over 100 activities that use ordinary objects such as cereal boxes, traffic signs, and toy labels to help children build essential reading skills.
The tools you need to teach literacy are all around you! Everyday Literacyhas over 100 activities that use ordinary objects such as cereal boxes, traffic signs and toy labels to help children build essential reading skills. With games such as Chalk Chat and projects like Alphabet Scrapbooks, children will enjoy learning to recognize the letters, symbols and words around them.
About the Author
Stephanie Mueller is an experienced teacher, consultant, and trainer in the field of early childhood education. Her extensive knowledge coupled with her love of learning makes her a sought-after speaker for professional organizations, schools and parent's groups.
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