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Journey to Literay: No Worksheets Required
By (author): Krista Flemington By (author): Linda Hewins By (author): Una Villiers
9781551382616 Paperback, Trade English General Trade EDUCATION / Professional Development May 25, 2011
$24.95 CAD
Active 8.38 x 10.88 x 0.39 in | 376 gr 168 pages Pembroke Publishers Limited Pembroke

The play-based learning and individualized strategies in this practical book build on the wide range of literacy skills present in the kindergarten classroom. This valuable resource explores simple ways to use traditional learning centres to provide children with real and authentic reasons to listen, speak, read, write, and view. Teachers will find a wealth of resources for creating meaningful learning experiences, including:

  • answers to often-asked questions
  • milestones to inform teaching instruction
  • activities and games for both individuals and groups
  • literacy extensions that involve children with quality literature, authentic artifacts, and recordings

This highly readable book will support teachers as they move beyond worksheets and nurture students on their journey to lifelong literacy.

Krista Flemington has over 20 years of education experience. A teacher with the Toronto District School Board, Krista runs dynamic, child-centred programs from Kindergarten to Grade 3. A former school literacy coordinator, she has written curriculum and teacher support documents and supports colleagues through workshops and seminars. Krista lives in Toronto with her husband and two daughters.

Linda Hewins has more than 40 years of experience as a teacher, curriculum leader, and administrator. Linda’s books, workshops, and seminars for teachers and parents stress the importance of balanced literacy programs that include good literature, direct teacher instruction, and student choice. Linda is a strong advocate for the development of programs that encourage children to become engaged in their own learning. Linda lives in Grafton, Ontario

As a children’s advocate, Una Villiers has taught at the elementary and university levels, and served as a curriculum consultant, school administrator, and coordinator of Kindergarten and Primary Education for the City of Toronto. The author of several books and teacher resources, she has worked on creating and implementing some ground-breaking curriculum documents on innovative approaches to working with young children. Una lives in Toronto.

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