7 edition of The learning child found in the catalog.
|Statement||Dorothy H. Cohen ; with a new preface by Joan Cenedella.|
|LC Classifications||LB1115 .C665 1988|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxiv, 359 p. :|
|Number of Pages||359|
|LC Control Number||87042993|
Children must come to understand the alphabet as a system and learn how letters function in written language. We have all seen children work diligently on a self-initiated task of producing a series of scribbles, letters, and numbers written over and over again, across or down, on a single sheet of paper. Let's consider these personal examples. When your child reads the book, he tells about the “Adventures of the Red Ball” and how it got to this location and so on. BEGINNING READERS (Ages 4 – 6 years) Repetition Books – One of the first kind of actual reading books for young children are books that repeat the main sentence over and over with slight changes.
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DOROTHY COHEN was a brilliant teacher, a prolific writer, and an internationally known educator whose books The Learning Child, Kindergarten and Early Schooling, and, with Virginia Stern, Observing and Recording the Behaviour of Young Children are classics in the fields of child development and traveled widely in the United States and abroad and was a Cited by: [A Moving Child Is a Learning Child] helps adults understand why children don’t sit still, run, jump, skip and fidget and why it is so critically important to their brain development and learning!”—Deborah McNelis, acclaimed author of The Brain Development Series and Cited by: 3.
LEARNING TO SWIM won both the Anthony and Agatha awards for first novel, and I can certainly see why after finishing the book myself. Its a well-written novel, The learning child book flawlessly, and the writing sings louder than Nickelback in the middle of Central Park/5.
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One child may spend hours curled up with a book, while another uses any excuse to go outside. One child begs to go to the museum, while another can’t stop pulling objects apart to discover.