Families play a critical role in helping young children develop a solid academic foundation and love of learning. Numerous examples have proven time and again that childrenas learning behavior is strongest when reinforced with activities, social interactions, and play. In Learning at Home, PreKa3, Ann Barbour stresses the importance of getting parents involved with their childrenas education through engaging homework activities. Bursting with activities to foster learning on many levels, this book also offers ideas for teachers on how to include parents in their childrenas education. Discover hundreds of fun activities designed to: Relate learning directly to childrenas own experiences Include shared reading experiences, family projects, and games Integrate developmental and content areas, including language and literacy, mathematics, science, and the creative arts Promote literacy learning in homes where English is not the primary language And more This book gives teachers the tools to reach out to families and provides parents with the guidance to reinforce learning both in school and at home. Complete with tips on how to encourage parent involvement, data to support family commitment to the childas education, and activities that young students will enjoy doing at home with their families, Learning at Home is a fantastic resource to promote the joy of learning at home.A family quilt not only provides a welcoming, familyfriendly component to a classroom or school, it can be the focus on ... String decorated squares together with ribbonor yarnpushed throughholes punched inthecorners. ... You might wishto draw, write, glue photos or other items to itawhatever your family agrees upon.
|Title||:||Learning at Home Pre K-3|
|Author||:||Ann C. Barbour|
|Publisher||:||Skyhorse Publishing, Inc. - 2013-12-13|