3 edition of More Help! For Teachers of Young Children found in the catalog.
October 19, 2005 by Corwin Press .
Written in English
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Howell is a historical mystery. As young children grow familiar with a book they enjoy, they will use the illustrations to help them recall information about what is happening in the book or what the words say in the book.
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I still remember many of my teachers and the impact they had on me. Give your child opportunities to practice writing by helping her sign birthday cards, write stories, and make lists. As your child gets older, write together. Have your child help you with the writing you do, including writing letters, shopping lists, and messages.
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This book is designed to help parents and teachers in their efforts to encourage young children to ask questions and to assist them in exploring answers together. It makes the sharing of a basic knowledge of Islam simple, clear and enjoyable.
Teachers also want their students to reflect on their lessons, but with young children especially, this is a learned skill. Setting aside a few minutes at the end of a lesson to ask children what they liked best, or what helped them, is always a good idea.
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little is known about how teachers scaffold young children’s shared reading with interactive e-books such as tablet-based Author: Barbara Wasik. Teachers and parents can help young children produce a label for their anger by teaching them that they are having a feeling and that they can use a word to describe their angry feeling.
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