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Pre-K & Kindergarten Collection

Resources for learning pods, homeschooling, classrooms, or any learning environment.

Children in the pre-kindergarten years learn best through hands-on play and fun experiences with language. Through the reading of stories, singing of songs, and exposure to environmental print, children learn the association between letters and words. They learn to recognize letters, to know their names and the sounds they make. PreK math activities include learning numbers, practicing counting, creating and learning shapes, and working with calendars.

Kindergarten carries on where preschool left off. It still includes lots of fun, hands-on play, the reading of stories, singing of songs, and exposure to environmental print. Children develop a stronger knowledge of the association between letters, sounds, and words. In mathematics K activities include developing a strong number sense. In K there are also reading, writing, and math lessons designed to develop the basic academic skills that are key to success in the elementary grades



Cheer Along with Dr. Jean, eBook

SKU: 5784-EB
$14.99
**THIS IS A DOWNLOADABLE PRODUCT!** 63 Cheers and Attention Grabbers to Motivate and Engage Children. Energize, motivate, and engage children with the fun cheers packed in this resource from Dr. Jean. Included are cheers to begin and end the day, transition between activities, grab students' attention, help students feel good, and celebrate special occasions. The songs and chants in this...
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Reading Comprehension Stick Kids Workbook, Grade 1 eBook

SKU: 7226-EB
$4.49
**THIS IS A DOWNLOADABLE PRODUCT!** Learning to read is a fun and exciting time in a child’s life. While children need to be able to decode and read words accurately and fluently, it is important that they be able to understand what they are reading. The goal of reading is to understand text for enjoyment and/or gathering information. This cannot...
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