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eBook The Parents'  Teachers' Guide to Helping Young Children Learn: Creative Ideas from 35 Respected Experts ePub

eBook The Parents' Teachers' Guide to Helping Young Children Learn: Creative Ideas from 35 Respected Experts ePub

by Betty M. Ed. Farber,Nancy Balaban

  • ISBN: 1881425053
  • Category: Schools and Teaching
  • Subcategory: Education
  • Author: Betty M. Ed. Farber,Nancy Balaban
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Preschool Pubns (June 1, 1997)
  • Pages: 355
  • ePub book: 1932 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1579 kb
  • Other: mbr rtf azw doc
  • Rating: 4.4
  • Votes: 108

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Creative Ideas from 35 Respected Experts

Creative Ideas from 35 Respected Experts. by Betty Farber, . d. 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. 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.

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.

Material adapted from articles that appeared in Parent and preschooler newsletter"-Title page verso. Includes bibliographical references. How Young Children Learn - Children Are Natural Learners - There's a Concept Behind that Apple - Learning Through Everyday Experiences - Different Learning Styles - Learning Through the Senses - Using Both Sides of the Brain - Cooking Learning - The Benefits of Play - Guidelines to Help You Choose Toys -.

book by Betty M. Farber.

creative ideas from 35 respected experts. Parents' and teachers' guide to helping young children learn. Published 1997 by Preschool Publications in Cutchogue, .

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This book will help teachers apply their knowledge of children and of content to. .A clear and thoughtful how-to guide to teaching young children. With the help of this book, the intentional teacher skillfully blends both, promoting positive development for every child

This book will help teachers apply their knowledge of children and of content to make thoughtful, intentional use of both child-guided and adult-guided experiences. Audience: Student (higher education), Teacher. Epstein provides a framework for creating powerful learning experiences for young children across the many domains of development. With the help of this book, the intentional teacher skillfully blends both, promoting positive development for every child. Great for new and experienced teachers alike.

Children can learn from a lot of different sources such as from their parents at home, teachers at school or idols on the media, etc. Some people say that parents are the best teachers. I totally agree with this statement for the following reasons

Children can learn from a lot of different sources such as from their parents at home, teachers at school or idols on the media, etc. I totally agree with this statement for the following reasons. First of all, parents are the people who teach us many things in whole life. When being a child, parents teach us how to crawl, to walk, to stand and to talk as well as to behave in proper manners. They teach us know to say thank you when receiving a present or help from someone and say sorry when doing something wrong. Moreover, they also tell.

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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.

Comments

Gathris Gathris
A must-have book for parents and those who work with young children. Talks about how language develops, how kids learn to read and write, learning styles, science and nature...just about everything about how kids learn. Even includes activities to do with children. And, if you want to learn more about a topic, or read a book with your kids, The Parents' & Teachers' Guide reviews books on each topic. A fabulous resource!
Anaragelv Anaragelv
You can't replay the early years of a child's life. Any parent or teacher who wants to do the right thing with young children, will want this book. Reading it is like taking a very enjoyable and enlightening child development course.