Making the Grade Everything Your Kindergartner Needs to Know

ISBN-10: 0764124757
ISBN-13: 9780764124754
Edition: 2004
List price: $18.99
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Description: A brand-new title in this important series gives parents easy-to-apply methods for helping to educate their children who are starting in kindergarten. It's a combination manual and advice book, suitable both for parents cooperating with their  More...

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List price: $18.99
Copyright year: 2004
Publisher: Barron's Educational Series, Incorporated
Publication date: 2/1/2004
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 384
Size: 8.00" wide x 11.25" long x 1.00" tall
Weight: 2.2
Language: English

A brand-new title in this important series gives parents easy-to-apply methods for helping to educate their children who are starting in kindergarten. It's a combination manual and advice book, suitable both for parents cooperating with their child's teachers in standard classroom settings, and for home schoolers, where parents take direct control of their child's studies. Making the Grade books are not textbooks, but practical curriculum guides. Written by authorities in elementary education, they advise parents on books, software, and other teaching tools. Each book presents guiding principles for teaching reading, writing, math, social studies, and science. Pages are perforated for multipurpose use. Each title in the series contains four curriculum sections: * Promoting literacy-reading, writing, listening, and speaking * Math-number patterns, problem solving, and other math-related concepts * Science-life, earth, and physical sciences * Social Studies-history, geography, economics, and culture Each section outlines subject matter to be covered, augmented with planning and implementation strategies for parents and teachers. Advice includes ways to explain difficult concepts to children, suggestions for interactive learning in music and art, activities to promote hands-on learning experiences, and more. Sections titled In Your Community describe ways to integrate local cultural affairs, business activities, environmental concerns, and government functions with a child's education. Though written primarily for parents, this book will appeal to kindergarten teachers looking for new ideas and methods. It features maps, photos, and illustrations, many in color.

Making the Grade Books in this important new series give parents easy-to-apply methods for helping to educate their children, whether as parents cooperating with their child's teachers in standard classroom settings, or as home schoolers taking direct control of a child's studies. Separate titles are available focusing on different grade levels. . Everything Your Kindergarten Child Needs to Know Reading and Writing-comprehension and proficiency at the third-grade level Math-number sense, problem solving, and other math-related concepts Science-life, earth, and physical sciences Social Studies-history, geography, economics, and culture Also Features Maps, Photos, and Illustrations-Many in Color Daniel A. Van Beek has educated children of all ages in many different environments. Also involved in the educational publishing industry, he has developed literacy and mathematics textbooks for several grades, from kindergarten through middle school.

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