Early 3 R's: How to Lead Beginners into Reading, Writing, and Arithme-Talk

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Index

A
Alphabet, 109-112, 117-123
ABC books, 117-118
Predictable books, 145
Song, 110-111
Word wall, 111-112
Arithme-talk, 9, 10, 12-18, 48, 78, 105-108, 137
Ask Mr. Bear, 145-146
Attentive listening, 27-28
Audio tapes, 99-101
Auditory discrimination, 30-31
Authoring, 66-68

B
Balanced program, 97
Basals, 47, 56, 57
Big books, 36
Birthdays, 137
Blending, 73-74, 120-123
Blocks, 15, 17, 28
Book handling, 21
Booklists
Alphabet books, 118
Counting books, 76-77
Folktales and fables, 37
Math-literature, 105-108
Opposites, 116
Patterned predictable books, 147
Rhyming books, 29
Three Little Pigs books, 24
Wordless books, 128
Brain, 4, 11

C
Calendar, 8, 43, 137
Cat in the Hat, 22
CD-ROMs, 102-104
Centers, 34, 36
Chicken Little, 146-147
Choral responding, 21-22
Classics, 101, 103
Classroom library, 37-38
Comparing and contrasting, 24, 101-102
Computers, 102-104
Concentration game, 143
Concept development, 12-13, 14, 28-29, 38, 77
Configuration, 62, 64, 83
Consonants, 88, 122
Blends, 122-123
Digraphs, 123
Hard and soft sounds, 72, 122
Context, 22, 89, 108
Counting, 16-18, 21, 41, 45-46, 103, 141-142
Making counting books, 76-79, 81-82
Read-aloud counting books, 77, 106

D
Developmentally appropriate instruction, 5
Dictation, 85
Digraphs, 123
Diphthongs, 123
Direct instruction, 25
Directionality, 85
Discrimination
Auditory, 30-31

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