Synopses & Reviews
Best-selling, award-winning authors Pam Schiller and Clarissa Willis have teamed up to create this collection of 100 literacy lessons, designed to introduce children ages 3-6 to a variety of literacy concepts and build important literacy skills. Each of these simple, fun lessons offers adaptations for children with special needs, including:
- Visual impairments
- Hearing impairments
- Cognitive challenges
- Motor delays
- Speech/language delays
- Emotional/behavior issues
The first page of each two-page lesson features a learning objective, a literacy activity, extension activities, a daily reflection, and vocabulary. The second page has adaptations specific to the literacy lesson for children with special needs.
A great grab-and-use book for preschool teachers!
One hundred literacy lessons for all children, including those with special needs.
Build literacy skills and concepts with these simple, fun lessons that include adaptations for children with special needs, including visual impairments, hearing impairments, cognitive delays, motor delays, speech/language delays, and emotional/behavior issues. A great grab-and-use book!
About the Author
Pam Schiller's career spans nearly every aspect of the early childhood profession. Pam has authored or co-authored more than 30 books on topics ranging from curriculum development and the management of childcare centers to the use of current brain research in the classroom. Clarissa Willis, Ph.D., has been working in the field of early childhood education for more than 20 years. Clarissa is a frequent keynote speaker and presenter at regional and national early childhood conferences. Her articles on child development and early childhood special education have been published both nationally and internationally.