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FOR A LIMITED TIME ONLY!!! You will get two FREE books to celebrate Father's Day when you purchase the Family Infant/Toddler Curriculum Set for only $90.00!

This offer expires June 30, 2016!

This Family unit provides many opportunities to learn concepts but to also build relationships. Because the child develops within the context of the family and the family is the child’s greatest influence, it is an ever-present opportunity for learning.  Supporting families is also another important aspect of our work.  This set provides ways to support learning about family members as well as language and social emotional skills.  This set includes diverse images and photos of REAL people.  Family members addressed in this set include:

*Daddy

*Mommy

*Grandmother

*Grandfather

*Sister

*Brother

These 12 beautiful 11 x 14 posters feature photos of REAL people/things.  They also provide the words for each rhyme to support the teacher in using them on a consistent basis.  Hang them in areas where the events take place, use them when you play or interact with babies, or use them as parent engagement and education tools. The guidebooks also provide specific ways to use each one with Infants, Mobile infants, and Toddlers.  Additionally, each rhyme is connected to learning concepts for each age.   Additionally, the guidebook provides ready-to-copy rhymes for ease in making personal family books.

This set features:

*12 full culor, 5 ml laminated posters for durability

1 Guidebook

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The Early Learning Rhythms and Rhymes™ sets are a way to support teachers in doing the important work of supporting infants and toddlers in loving, fun, supportive ways. Our goal is to provide supportive assistance to teachers and in so doing provide activities that support children’s development. The poster sets provide real images with words for rhythms, rhymes, and finger plays that guide children through routines, emotions, concepts, and expectations that nurture the child’s development, motivations, and competencies. 

  • Beautiful REAL photos of subjects.
  • High quality lamination for durability and years of use.
  • Non-sexist and diverse images.
  • Supports teachers in:
    •  interactions,
    • daily program,
    • transitions, and
    • care routines
  • Supports child in learning:
    • language,
    • actions,
    • concepts,                    
    • emotions, and
    • routines
  • Sound and Word repetitions promote children’s language and literacy development. 
  • Supports ELL (English Language Learners) by providing photos and fun words.
  • Rhythms, Rhymes, and Music enhance development in multiple ways.
  • Promotes attachment-based caregiving.
  • Enhances the learning environment.
  • Developmentally appropriate for young infants, mobile infants, and toddlers.  Posters can be used by caregivers with young infants as program/teaching reminders and tools.  Posters can be used to show mobile infants while reading or singing.  Toddlers can do many of the rhymes on themselves or on their baby dolls.
  • Supports learning naturally for children with special needs children.  Images communicate the essence of the words as well as the spoken word.
  • Promotes child learning through meaningful, fun interactions.

 

Dancing on Daddy's Shoes: A little girl and her daddy dance through the house on his shoes and in his arms. An old favorite nursery rhyme turned modern day story, provides a familiar scene with which many children can relate. The predictable phrases and rhyming words are important strategies for developing phonological awareness in young children, an important skill for developing early literacy. Captivating illustrations and carefully selected words not only entertain but engage children in Native American cultural awareness, numeracy, and literacy. LITERACY LINKS page provides multiple ways to promote literacy skills as you read this book. Literacy skills include: Predictable text Comprehension Phonological Awareness Vocabulary Letter and Word differentiation Numeral recognition.

 

Oh Poppa! In this tale, a grandchild’s inquisitive nature leads to a sincere, yet fun conversation about the unique characteristics of her grandfather...from his fuzzy arms to his strong back. The grandfather answers in rhyming responses which satisfy and endear his grandchild to him. Child’s curiosity and grandparent understanding combine to offer this sweet story of the special grandfather/grandchild bond. "Oh Poppa" portrays the fun-loving trait of grandfathers that make them special! Regardless of the many names for grandfather, this affectionate grandparent poem makes a great read for any child who loves their grandfather. While the reader may catch a glimpse of "Little Red Riding Hood's" refrain, "yes, my dear", the story goes beyond fairytale. Colorful illustrations and simple language combine to both entertain and engage the child in exploring the grandparent relationship and demonstrates value in multi-generational learning. Regardless of the many names for grandfather, this affectionate grandparent poem makes a great read for any child who loves their grandfather. The predictable phrases and rhyming words are important strategies for developing phonological awareness in young children, an important skill for developing early literacy. The LITERACY LINKS page provides multiple ways to promote literacy skills as you read this book. Some of the ways this book promotes literacy includes: *phonological awareness *phonemic awareness *print awareness *predictable phrases *alphabetic principle....and more!

 

Father's Day Special

$90.00

 

 

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