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Alliteration Alphabet: A fun way to teach preliteracy skills to kids! was developed by two educators who needed to supplement the curriculums they were using in their early intervention, preschool/preschool disabled and autistic support classrooms. Alliteration Alphabet focuses the child s attention, not only to the letters and their sounds, but also to the beginning of the words. It teaches them to notice the common feature/sound of the word while making a real world connection with the illustrations. Emergent readers also use alliteration as a method for learning phonological awareness. Fun and engaging learning methods, like those outlined in Alliteration Alphabet, will create motivating educational moments for the children, while supporting their overall development in becoming a life-long learner. The two educators teach with a multi-sensory approach. Alliteration Alphabet models this approach for teaching the letters, their sounds and environmental connections using alliteration. Both educators have utilized Alliteration Alphabet in their classrooms and in the home to promote their own children s development of preliteracy skills. Through this book, they hope to share their knowledge and love of teaching with you and your life-long learners.
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Taralee A. O Malley-Hurff is an educator, a philanthropist and a published author. Her book, 100 Things To Do Before You Are 10, is the go to resource for family bonding and adventure. Taralee has passionately contributed to the fields of special education and early childhood education since 1998, meeting her students as needed in the home or in school. She excels at recognizing each child s unique gift and successfully ignites their love of learning through exploration, discovery and play. It is through this work that Inspired Education was born. As a philanthropist, Taralee currently serves as the President of the Board of Trustees for the Southern Regional New Jersey Early Intervention Collaborative. This is her 7th year as a Board Member. Taralee enjoys family life in Southern New Jersey with her husband and three children. Heather Grim is the Supervisor of Student Services in Early Intervention at the Berks County Intermediate Unit in Berks County, PA. She has worked at the Intermediate Unit for the last 14 years and has been in her current position for the last four years. Her heart continues to be in educating children during their preschool years, and in her position she is able to work with staff to determine some of the best ways to program for children. She enjoys supporting staff with programming and works with administration to support program growth and needs. Heather also is a certified Safety Care Instructor and supports behavior trainings for the Early Intervention program. Heather is a mom of two busy boys, Hunter and Tanner ages 12 and 8, and a very large Rottweiler named Diesel. Her boys, their sports, and her wonderful extensive family keep her busy and loving life.Review:
Taralee and Heather have found a fabulously fun way to teach letter skills to children! As a Speech-Language Pathologist who works with preschoolers, I cannot wait to share this engaging, interactive book with my students and their parents. I am always looking for new and exciting activities to add to my lessons and Alliteration Alphabet is something my little ones will love to use while learning the letter-sound connections needed for speech sound development. --Kristin M. Piperno, MS, CCC/SLP
As a reading specialist, I commend Taralee and Heather on creating a fun and easy way to teach pre-literacy skills to children. Alliteration Alphabet allows parents and teachers to focus on the key concepts that form the foundation for literacy. This book can be used by parents as a supplement to their child's formal education or can be used by an educator as an engaging primary resource for associating letters to sounds, matching words with pictures, and identifying upper and lower case letters. The potential of Alliteration Alphabet goes beyond the traditional instruction manual, as it encourages curiosity in children to explore additional concepts with the alliteration theme. --Natalie Carrozza - Kindergarten Teacher, Reading Specialist - B.A. and M.A. Rowan University
Alliteration Alphabet by Taralee O Malley-Hurff and Heather Grim is both a fun and appropriate text to be used with pre-emerging readers. This high interest book for early learners provides print awareness, phonological awareness, vocabulary, and narrative skills while providing a platform for letter knowledge in a multisensory format all quality details in promoting early literacy skills! --Kristine Rosenberger, Ed.D. Director of Curriculum and Instruction
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Book Description TAOH Inspired Education, LLC, 2015. Condition: New. Victor Guiza (illustrator). book. Seller Inventory # M097690697X