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Designed for use with the Implementation Guide, the two Activities volumes detail the story-based activity sets and include send-home story descriptions in English and Spanish for sharing with parents.
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Successfully implemented with over 6,000 children and their families in programs including Head Start and family child care, the literacy-based Spark Curriculum uses the creative arts to introduce important developmental and school readiness skills to young children. Children learn while actively attending to stories and engaging in related activities involving music, art, and make-believe. Twenty weekly activity sets, each based on a high-quality children’s book, target fine- and gross-motor skills, language, cognition, and social development. The curriculum provides for individualized learning experiences for children and ongoing, regular feedback to teachers. Perfect for use with children at a variety of levels. Contact Redleaf Press for training informationAbout the Author:
Bev Lewman has spent the last 9 years developing and field-testing the U.S. Department of Education, Office of Special Programs funded Spark Creative Arts Curriculum. Dr. Susan A. Fowler is a professor of early childhood special education at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign where she currently serves as Dean of the College of Education. She received her doctorate in developmental and child psychology at the University of Kansas in 1979.
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