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Check it out: Fostering early literacy

6:34 PM, Feb. 22, 2013  |  Comments
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A celebrated author, speaker and educator in the field of early literacy, Pam Schiller presents a substantial book with thousands of ideas to excite very young children about reading. The games, activities, songs and fingerplays embrace the concepts of "Every Child Ready to Read" and developing oral language, comprehending stories and acquiring reading skills more like play than learning-for both kids and their caregivers. A must-have tool for those who need effective, easy-to-implement ideas for the very young.

More Early Literacy Books

"101 Alphabet Activities" by Lisa Schwimmer Marier

"And the Cow Jumped Over the Moon! Over 650 Activities to Teach Toddler Using Familiar Rhymes and Songs" by Pam Schiller and Thomas Moore

"Art Across the Alphabet: Over 100 Art Experiences that Enrich Early Literacy" by Kelly Justus Campbell

"Baby Read-Aloud Basics: Fun and Interactive Ways to Help your Little One Discover the World of Words" by Caroline Blakemore

"Best Books for Building Literacy for Elementary School Children" by Thomas G. Gunning

"Best-Ever Circle-Time Activities: Language Building" by Ellen Booth Church

"Beyond Bedtime Stories: A Parent's Guide to Promoting Reading, Writing and Other Literacy Skills from Birth to 5" by V. Susan Bennett-Armistead

"The Complete Resource Book: An Early Childhood Curriculum" by Pam Schiller and Kay Hastings

"The Complete Resource Book for Infants: Experiences for Children from Birth to 18 Months" by Pam Schiller

"The Complete Resource Book for Toddlers and Twos: Over 2000 Experiences and Ideas" by Pam Schiller

"Creating Readers" by Pam Schiller

"Do You Know the Muffin Man? An Essential Preschool Literacy Resource" by Pam Schiller

"Einstein Never Used Flash Cards" by Kathy Hirsch-Pasek

"How to Get Your Child to Love Reading" by Esme Raji Codell

"I Love Letters!" By Jean Feldman and Holly Karapetkova

"Inclusive Literacy Lessons for Early Childhood" by Pamela Byrne Schiller

"Incredible Edible Science: Recipes for Developing Science and Literacy Skills" by Liz Plaster

"Language is the Key" (DVD, available in both English and Spanish)

"Learning Activities for Infants and Toddlers: An Easy Guide for Everyday Use" by Betsy Squibb

"Learning to Read the World: Language and Literacy in the First Three Years" by Sharon Rosenkoetter

"Let's Talk Literacy: Practical Readings for Preschool Teachers" edit. By Mary Hohmann and Joanne Tangorra

"Letter Links: Alphabet Learning with Children's Names" by Andrea DeBruin-Parecki

"Literacy and the Youngest Learner: Best Practices for Educators of Children Birth to 5" by V. Susan Bennett-Armistead

"Literacy for Little Learners" (The Mailbox books)

"New Essentials for Teaching Reading in PreK-2" by Paula Moore and Anna Lyon

"Nurturing Knowldege" by Susan B. Neuman

"Preschool Readers and Writers: Early Literacy Strategies for Teachers" by Linda Ranweiler

"Read! Move! Learn! Active Stories for Active Learning" by Carol Totsky Hammett and Nicki Collins Geigert

"Read, Rhyme and Romp: Early Literacy Skills for Librarians, Teachers and Parents" by Heather McNeil

"Reading Games for Young Children" by Jackie Silberg

"Reading and Writing in Kindergarten: A Practical Guide" by Rosalie Franzese

"Reading Magic: Why Reading Aloud to our Children will Change Their Lives Forever" by Mem Fox

"Teaching Numeracy, Language, and Literacy with Blocks" by Abigail Newburger and Elizabeth Vaughan

"Thinking Big, Learning Big: Connecting Science, Math, Literacy, and Language in Early Childhood" by Marie Faust Evitt

"What to Read When: The Books and Stories to Read with Your Child and All the Best Times to Read Them" by Pam Allen

"What Your Preschooler Needs to Know: Read Alouds to Get Ready for Kindergarten" Ed. by E.D. Hirsch Jr.

"Wow! I'm Reading! Fun Activities to Make Reading Happen" by Jill Frankel Hauser

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