Audio recordings in the preschool classroom is an excellent way to assess and support learning. Come and learn more about audio recordings as we check out chapter 4 of “Teaching in the Digital Age”.
Working on our upper and lower case letter writing in the salt tray…
Using the salt trays to promote name recognition and pre-writing skills in PreK!
Adding Christmas cards to the writing center had led to all kinds of opportunities to write and create!
Charting out our Thanksgiving meal and place settings in circle time!
Telling stories during circle time with symbols and on our own with story symbol cards in our preschool class.
Exploring upper and lower case letters with my preschoolers…
Use a variety of tools to help children build their writing skills!
We made awesome story stones in preschool.
The most powerful and effective way for children to begin learning the complex process of learning about letters is by writing their own names.” ~Carol Lyons Retrieved from Literacy Beginnings on July 25, 2011 Today I am sharing the highlights from Chapter 20 Names: A Powerful resource for Literacy Learning by Pinnell and Fountas. This […]
I am thrilled to be participating in the Book Study Blog Party being hosted by Pre-K Pages. Each participating blogger is taking a turn to read a chapter of the book “Literacy Beginnings” by Gay Su Pinnell and Irene C. Fountas. You can check out the linky at the bottom of this post to see […]
Vanessa over at Pre-K Pages is hosting a Literacy Beginnings Book Study Blog Party! One terrific way to promote professional development is to find a group to read along with! There are some terrific bloggers participating in this book study and you can too! You can purchase the book from Amazon or you can check […]