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eBook The Complete Resource Book for Preschoolers: An Early Childhood Curriculum With Over 2000 Activities and Ideas (Complete Resource Series) ePub

eBook The Complete Resource Book for Preschoolers: An Early Childhood Curriculum With Over 2000 Activities and Ideas (Complete Resource Series) ePub

by Pam Schiller,Kay Hastings

  • ISBN: 0876591950
  • Category: Schools and Teaching
  • Subcategory: Education
  • Author: Pam Schiller,Kay Hastings
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Gryphon House; First Edition edition (September 1, 1998)
  • Pages: 463
  • ePub book: 1396 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1346 kb
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  • Rating: 4.1
  • Votes: 549

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The Complete Resource Book is perfect to use as a planning guide or as a resource for responding to children's . I was looking for a book that had detailed activity ideas for me to follow to "teach" my . year old through educational play activities like painting, pretend play, etc.

The Complete Resource Book is perfect to use as a planning guide or as a resource for responding to children's specific interests. The appendix is jam-packed with songs, recipes, and games. This book is about how to set up a preschool and run it on a daily basis. It goes through how to best set up a preschool with morning circle, learning centers, story time, music and movement time, and then closing circle.

The Complete Resource Book is perfect t. .Sep 02, 2007 Martha christianti rated it liked it. Recommends it for: early childhood teachers

The Complete Resource Book is perfect t.Jun 09, 2012 Kerry rated it it was amazing. This book really is complete

The Complete Resource Book is perfect to use as a planning guide or as a resource for responding to children's specific interests. This book is like having a master teacher at your side for inspiration all year long. Read on the Scribd mobile app. Download the free Scribd mobile app to read anytime, anywhere.

Organized around units that are two weeks long. Warning: proposition 65 reasons:titanium dioxide, other chemicals.

This resource supplies 25 two-week themes, with a total of over 2,000 activities .

This resource supplies 25 two-week themes, with a total of over 2,000 activities and ideas. Paperback, 463 pages. A versatile sourcebook for planning classroom activities all year round.

The Complete Resource Book An Early Childhood Curriculum Pat Schiller and Kay Hastings Over 2000 Activities and Ideas . Over 2000 Activities and Ideas Offers a complete plan for every day of every week of the year. This book is used but is in very good condition

The Complete Resource Book An Early Childhood Curriculum Pat Schiller and Kay Hastings Over 2000 Activities and Ideas Offers a complete plan fo. This book is used but is in very good condition. Pages are clean and crisp and binding is tight. Comes from a smoke-free environment. Please look closely at the pictures. I take pictures to help assist in describing the item(s) accurately. All pictures you see are of the actual item(s). What you see is what you get. Returns are not accepted for this item.

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The 40 Best Books on Early Childhood Education. Select a Degree Level. Lesson plans also include activities outside of the core curriculum allowing for movement both gross and fine motor, arts, tactile exploring and more. We love the wide variety of lessons and experienced found within the pages of this book. For any educator or parents with an early learner, this book is a great resource. The Complete Resource to the rescue! Though this is a large resource, it’s not as large as the world wide web. We don’t think you’ll run into the very real issue of choice fatigue with this resource. Nor will you come up short on ideas.

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Packed with ideas and experiences, this generous resource is an invaluable addition to any preschool classroom. Kullanıcılar ne diyor? - Eleştiri yazın. The Complete Resource Book For Toddlers And Twos. Fantastic resource book! This is the only book you will need when completing your lesson plans. Even recommends several different story ideas for each topic. I highly recommend this book. She has written numerous articles for early childhood journals, including Child Care Information Exchange and Texas Child Care Quarterly.

The Complete Resource Book is perfect to use as a planning guide or as a resource for responding to children's specific interests. The daily plans have circle time, music and movement activities, suggested books, and learning center ideas. The appendix is jam-packed with songs, recipes, and games. This book is like having a master teacher at your side for inspiration all year long.

Comments

Zut Zut
This may be a great planner for running a preschool, but there are probably much better books out there for at home use. I was looking for a book that had detailed activity ideas for me to follow to "teach" my 2.5 year old through educational play activities like painting, pretend play, etc.

This book is about how to set up a preschool and run it on a daily basis. It goes through how to best set up a preschool with morning circle, learning centers, story time, music and movement time, and then closing circle. The focus is mostly on learning centers and how to corral the kids by giving them name/photo badge necklaces with three color spots on them that correspond to activity stations where they play for a bit then rotate to the next area. All the ideas for a day are on one page. One irk I have is that every day starts with a materials list that is far from complete. Another is that they learning center ideas are so basic. I need details, I'm no expert, I don't want to learn through trial and error what works for each activity, I'm not a preschool teacher and will not be doing this year after year. It is also geared toward a group of kids and several activities do t work as well or at all with just one kid.

Here is one day as an example:
On turtle day the materials list says only: photos of turtles.

Morning circle uses the photos to introduce turtles, and tells you to talk about how they hatch and go to the ocean along with a couple other talking points. These points are not detailed, so if you don't happen to know a lot about it, you have to look elsewhere for info. Turtles are pretty straight forward, but for instance, the last talking point it says "Explain that turtles are an endangered species. Talk about why."

Next it gives a book recommendation of a book (not listed under the materials heading)

Then comes the music and movement recommendation. "Invite the children to race each other as the move like turtles, carrying boxes on their backs." (Boxes not listed in materials)

The rest of the page gives ideas for six learning centers:
Blocks: have kids make obstacle course and pretend they are baby turtles and go through it (What kind of blocks, giant ones to climb over or small ones to make more of a track? Blocks are not listed in materials)
Language: Help the children write letters to their congressional reps asking them to help protect sea turtles. (It is preschool, likely ages 2-4, they are going to need a LOT of help writing their own letters. I question the age appropriateness of this one. )
Construction: invite kids to paint paper bowls as turtle shells. Glue on paper legs, tail and head. (None of these items listed in materials)
Sand and Water Table: provide small plastic eggs for children to bury like sea turtle would. (Eggs not listed in materials section)
Fine Motor: reef maze- invite children to maneuver a paper turtle through the reef maze (what reef maze?)
Science: provide photos of sea and land turtles and encourage kids to describe differences and similarities.

As you can see, some stuff is great, but I'm new at this, I need more details.

One last thing, index isn't straight forward to me. I closed book, then opened it back up, went to index to figure out what page turtles were on, and there wasn't a turtle heading under T. I finally found it, under A-animals-turtles.

All in all, in maybe a great book for someone, just not me. The author does have a book called "The complete book of activities, games, stories, props, recipes, and dances for young children" that I checked out of the library several months ago that I recall being more along the lines of what I need, I've requested the item again and will purchase if it is more in line with what I need.
Orll Orll
This book has been incredibly helpful for my first year of teaching preschool, but some things are a little outdated. I love how the authors break the activities down by type (Art, Fine Motor, etc.), but I think some of the themes could use some updating. It has been a great resource for me, but I use many others, as well.
Mariwyn Mariwyn
Using for home use. I LOVE the Toddlers and TWOS edition in this series, and want to start incorporating more older Toddler options for my oldest. Purchased ‘Like New’ w/ Prime option and it’s brand new perfect. Only pause I had was it arrived open, but thankfully all was fine.
Joony Joony
This book has a ton of great ideas for realistic activities that do not require a great deal of specialty items.
Mohn Mohn
I love this book. The layout is great, easy to follow themes and categories, and although it's designed for classroom use I have found MANY great ideas for preschool time with my 2 boys. I am a stay at home mom and use this book a LOT. The activities aren't the same old 'coffee filter butterfly', 'tp roll binoculars' activities. I was impressed with the freshness of ideas like taping paper under the table and painting like Michelangelo on the Sistine chapel, etc. Great book!
Brannylv Brannylv
Great resource for preschool teachers, whether you use the whole plan, or just pick out parts to fit your theme, it's wonderfully laid out and thoroughly useful.
happy light happy light
I have looked through this book and definitely looks like it is going to be good for my grandson.
Great resource book