Literacy

In our classroom, we spend a lot of time reading quality children’s books and extending the ideas, characters, or art in a variety of ways throughout the classroom. The goal of each read-aloud experience is to help young children develop a love for reading and to build connections between reading and their everyday world.

To see many of the books we love to read as well as a variety of ways we extend and build on our favorite children’s books throughout the classroom – see the list of titles below…

Literacy

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4 Comments

  • Purnima Posted December 14, 2016 1:34 pm

    Hello! I am Purnima from India. I am an ECE professional & have been following all your wonderful posts . was interested in subscribing to your e workshops but dont know how to pay in dollars!

    any other way of subscribing?

    keep doing the fantastic work!

    Purnima Contractor
    Mumbai
    India

    • Deborah J. Stewart, M.Ed. Posted December 14, 2016 11:03 pm

      Hi Purnima, I will forward your message to my support person (Jimmy) to see if he can assist you.

  • Kim Posted March 25, 2017 8:51 am

    Hi Deborah ,
    i’m looking for the post about how you followed up with an activity during large group time after you read I Aint Going to Paint No More… it was something with paintbrushes to make it more open ended with the children???

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