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Classroom Routines That Really Work for Pre-K and Kindergarten: Dozens of Other Routines That Set the Stage for Children's Literacy & Help Them Feel At Home in the Classroom

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Everything you need to set up and manage the best routines and practices for young learners. From shared reading to snack time, literacy centers to outdoor play, this book provides all the step-by-steps to make teaching in a Pre-K or Kindergarten classroom a success. For use with Grades PreK-K.
Paperback, 128 pages
Published August 1st 2001 by Teaching Strategies
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Heather
Aug 30, 2011 Heather rated it really liked it
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Let me start by saying that I have not taught kindergarten before. This book is full of great ideas; some are not practical which brought the rating down to 4 stars. However, after reading this I feel I can adequately converse with the other experienced kindergarten teachers without feeling like an inexperienced dummy.
Bird
There wasn't anything new or interesting for me in this book. Another reviewer said it seemed like most teachers were already doing the things suggested in this book, which is exactly how I felt while reading it.
Erika
Jul 28, 2014 Erika rated it it was ok
I think this book is a little outdated. I think that most teachers are already doing these things in their classrooms. I think it could help a first year teacher or a teacher transitioning into kindergarten.
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Aug 11, 2016 Allison Hogan rated it really liked it
This book provided me some great reminders of classroom set up and structure as I make the transition down to PK.
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