Duck, Duck-Colors and Words Early Childhood Inclusion
Hoyson, Marilyn, Jamieson, Bonnie V., Strain, Phillip S., Smith, Barbara J., Teaching Exceptional Children
Joey, can you find the word purple? Everyone, say "purple." Who thinks they can find the purple duck?
John, you find It. Give it to Sally. Sally, find the purple bowl and make the duck swim.
Let's all count the swimming ducks.
Fun and games with ducks and water-what could be dearer to the hearts of preschoolers everywhere? Learning through typical early childhood activities-in an inclusive preschool-is the objective of lessons presented here.
This article describes a process by which preschool teachers can meet the individual needs of all children while maintaining a group instructional format. Teachers can use it in any classroom with any appropriate …
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Publication information: Article title: Duck, Duck-Colors and Words Early Childhood Inclusion. Contributors: Hoyson, Marilyn - Author, Jamieson, Bonnie V. - Author, Strain, Phillip S. - Author, Smith, Barbara J. - Author. Magazine title: Teaching Exceptional Children. Volume: 30. Issue: 4 Publication date: March/April 1998. Page number: 66+. © Council for Exceptional Children Jan/Feb 2009. Provided by ProQuest LLC. All Rights Reserved.
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