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Kindergarten
     

Kindergarten

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by Susan Case
 
Remember the innocent but goofy things you did as a kindergartner? Reminisce about your early years as you learn how to help your precious child become ready for school and have a successful kindergarten year.

Are you a kindergarten teacher who needs proven ideas and solutions for your classroom? This book is for parents and teachers of preschoolers and

Overview

Remember the innocent but goofy things you did as a kindergartner? Reminisce about your early years as you learn how to help your precious child become ready for school and have a successful kindergarten year.

Are you a kindergarten teacher who needs proven ideas and solutions for your classroom? This book is for parents and teachers of preschoolers and kindergartners. It will make you laugh and give you hundreds of ideas to help with behavior, reading, special education, science experiments, holiday celebrations, and recipes for Fun Fridays and for success.

Chapter One: Teacher Tattle Tales Chapter Two: Celebrate the Holidays-Celebrate Life Chapter Three: A Smooth Move to School Chapter Four: Reading-the Greatest Gift of All Chapter Five: Science-Survival Specials Chapter Six: Discipline-Combat Duty or Common Sense Tactics?
Chapter Seven: The Special Education Experience Chapter Eight: Silly Sanity Lists Chapter Nine: Recipes for Fun Fridays Chapter Ten: It's a Wonderful World, After All

Susan Case is a retired Special Education and kindergarten teacher and the mother of a special needs daughter. She earned a Master of Science degree in Family and Child Development and has teaching certificates in Early Childhood, Special Education and Elementary Education.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780937660966
Publisher:
AWOC.COM
Publication date:
07/24/2011
Pages:
156
Product dimensions:
0.33(w) x 5.50(h) x 8.50(d)

Meet the Author

Susan Case is a retired Special Education and kindergarten teacher and the mother of a special needs daughter. She earned a Master of Science degree in Family and Child Development and has teaching certificates in Early Childhood, Special Education and Elementary Education.

Visit Susan’s blog at kindergartenbasics.blogspot.com

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Kindergarten: Tattle-Tales, Tools, Tactics, Triumps and Tasty Treats for Teachers and Parents 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 6 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Karen_Toz More than 1 year ago
As a mom of three kids, one of whom just started Kindergarten, I enjoyed reading this book very much and highly recommend it. Susan Case, a retired Kindergarten teacher herself, uses the perfect blend of anecdotes, educational tips, and real life stories to show what life is like inside the Kindergarten classroom. There are great suggestions for both teachers and parents, as well as wonderful recipes to enjoy with your family. I found the section on special education particularly inspirational. You can instantly feel the love Ms. Case had for teaching and for her students. Truly a heartwarming book and a wonderful resource.
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sdenney More than 1 year ago
Susan Case has written a book that combines elements of educational theory, tips for teaching and parenting young children, and even recipes to make an enjoyable book that borders on memoir. Her delightful memories from her kindergarten teaching career are interspersed with some good solid advice for those who are responsible for those interesting kindergarten children. The heart she put into teaching shows on every page. She was obviously up for anything that would benefit her students, including a wormy science fair project. I highly recommend this book. It's inspirational and funny. And the recipe chapter with cute ideas on what you can do with food is not to be missed.
Jackie_King More than 1 year ago
I read very few non-fiction books, but Susan Case's manuel for both kindergarten parents and teachers is a must have! I wish this wealth of information had been available to me when my children started school; it would especially have been helpful for their first grade experiences. KINDERGARTEN: TATTLE-TALES..., is well organized, informative and easy-to-read. Put this one on your must-read list. Not only is the book chock full of wonderful information about dealing with small children, but there's a chapter listing wonderful recipes, including sugar cookies, play-doh, and something called goo. (This would be wonderful for a rainy afternoon and restless, bored children.) As a mother of three and grandmother of three, I highly recommend. Jackie King