reading, nursery rhymes, writing fine motor skills, books, phonological awareness, fairy tales, reading

Visually Impaired class (Mrs. Tatiana Palma and Ms. Maggie Williams)

I am pleased to present Mrs. Tatiana Palma and Ms. Maggie’s Visually Impaired class. Their class is comprised of 9 children with visual impairments, most of whom are totally blind.  Therefore, their lessons usually become very hands-on in order to share concepts, build language and enhance overall learning. Several of …

Read More »

Letter Ss

Alphabet Awareness In combination with daily literacy activities, children need numerous opportunities to experience print in an exciting way, this is the way how they become familiar with the letters of the alphabet. Letter recognition and identification are necessary before letter-sound associations can be made. In fact, knowledge of the …

Read More »

Llama Llama Red Pajama by: Anna Dewdney, author and Illustrator

Llama Llama Red Pajama by Anna Dewdney, author and Illustrator  Jumpstart is a national early education organization dedicated to helping children in low-income neighborhoods succeed in school and in life. They help these children develop the language and literacy skills they need for school, setting them on a path to close …

Read More »