Planning Activities for Child Care is a valuable resource for anyone involved in planning activities for preschoolers. This newly revised book provides over 378 activities grouped into six units: Community Helpers; Friends; Me, I'm Special: Nursery Rhymes; Pets; and Transportation. Each activity is described in an easy-to-use format that includes: What do I do? What might I see children doing? Why do I have children do this? What might I talk about with children? What do I need? - Used by child care providers and students in high school, vocational school, and community college child care programs. - Provides directions for planning, setting up, and implementing a complete program for two-, three-, four-, and five-year-old children. - Objectives, Observation Hints, and Discussion Questions for each activity.What do I do? This fingerplay can also be used as a felt board story. Make felt board figures of fire fighters, a bell, fire hat, fire pole, and fire truck. (See directions in Appendix A.) Have the children use the felt board to retell the fingerplay. ^ Fiveanbsp;...
|Title||:||Planning Activities for Child Care|
|Author||:||Caroline Spang Rosser|
|Publisher||:||Goodheart-Willcox Pub - 2002|