Kindergarten: Tattle-Tales, Tools, Tactics, Triumphs and Tasty Treats for Teachers and Parents [NOOK Book]

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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 ...
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Kindergarten: Tattle-Tales, Tools, Tactics, Triumphs and Tasty Treats for Teachers and Parents

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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
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940013117464
  • Publisher: AWOC.COM Publishing
  • Publication date: 7/25/2011
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 156
  • Sales rank: 650,993
  • File size: 564 KB

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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  • Posted April 8, 2013

    Did you know teachers don't learn all they need to know about te

    Did you know teachers don't learn all they need to know about teaching in college? When I first began teaching, I learned more about HOW to teach from the other teachers in my grade level and school. In college, teachers learn about curriculum, standards, and what to teach. During the entire rest of a teacher's career we have more professional development, but continue to learn from other teachers about HOW to teach and what really works regarding class management and reaching individual children. For instance, what to do with tattle tales is one area not covered much in college classes.  I highly recommend books by Susan Case for the TRUTH about what goes on in kindergarten!  Parents, this lets you in to the secret information only teachers really know, and I know you are wondering while your child is in kindergarten. Every teacher is at the end of a long list of other professionals who helped him or her learn what she or he knows today.  Teachers, you can speed up the learning process by reading books that tell what you really want to know by authors such as Susan Case. Susan also covers how to prepare a preschooler for Kindergarten at home with inexpensive materials, which is so helpful for parents to know.

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