|aInclusive literacy lessons for early childhood /|cPam Schiller and Clarissa Willis ; illustrations, Kathy Ferrell.
|aBeltsville, Md. :|bGryphon House,|cc2008.
|a304 p. :|bill. ;|c28 cm.
|aIncludes bibliographical references and indexes.
|aFrom the Publisher: Best-selling, award-winning authors Pam Schiller and Clarissa Willis have teamed up to create this wonderful collection of one hundred literacy lessons designed for educators to use with children ages three to six to introduce literacy concepts and build important skills. Each of these simple, fun lessons includes adaptations for children with special needs, focusing on: Visual impairments, Hearing impairments, Cognitive challenges, Motor delays, Speech/language delays, and Emotional/behavior issues. The first page of each two-page lesson features an introduction, the literacy activity, extension activities, a daily reflection, vocabulary, related children's books, and learning objectives. The second page has adaptations specific to the literacy lesson for children with special needs. A great grab-and-use book for preschool teachers!
|aLanguage arts (Early childhood)|xActivity programs.