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Preschool Teacher Kit
The preschool curriculum is evidence-based and full of age appropriate strategies!!   This curriculum was chosen as the centerpiece of a recent federal grant initiative, where it underwent 4 years of rigorous research.


Written by teachers, for teachers, this series focuses on 9 valuable character traits:
trustworthiness, respect, responsibility, fairness, citizenship,
caring, perseverance, courage, self-discipline
Each kit includes:
•  9 engaging Peddlesfoots story books, each focused on a particular character trait.
•  Teacher's Guide containing 9 monthly teaching units so that the series can be used
L  throughout the school year. Literacy-based strategies for all of your interest areas include
L  writing activities, art ideas, songs, journaling ideas and more! All reproducibles included.
•  3 Peddlesfoots puppets. You will find your children using these wonderful puppets to retell
L  each story or make up new episodes of their own!
•  A delightful Peddlesfoots CD of songs and mini-lessons.
•  An entertaining Peddlesfoots read-a-long CD for group time or center areas.
•  A captivating DVD of Peddlesfoots good character skits and singing puppets.
•  9 posters for your classroom containing each "kid definition".
•  9 posters to identify your classroom interest areas.
•  All housed in an attractive, durable Peddlesfoots tote bag.
Highlights:.
•  Supports 10 Domain Elements in the Head Start Child Outcomes Framework.
•  Visible Thinking/Thinking Routines from Harvardís Project Zero.
•  Monthly calendars for planning.
•  Resource masters for all lessons.
•  Lessons are literacy based, incorporating literacy in all subject/interest areas.
•  Lessons are easy to implement.
•  Supports Michiganís Early Childhood Expectations.
•  Provides tools for assessment.
•  Multi-media resources.
•  Model for teaching to multiple intelligences.
•  Cooperative learning.
•  Lessons that promote problem-solving.
•  Opportunities for children to develop social skills.
•  Differentiated instruction.
•  Parent and teacher communication letters.