Written in 1981, Back to Basics in Early Reading Skills brought an innovative approach to learning. Jane Caballero and Liz Christman-Rothlein sought to make learning stimulating, engaging, and fun. Seeing the effects of television, the authors created 100 exciting and creative games and projects.
Before starting school, children in the early ’80s had fun learning at home from shows like Sesame Street. Upon arriving at school, students were given boring worksheets and workbooks when they expected education to be more enjoyable.
Back to Basics in Early Reading Skills was written as a teacher resource guide to stimulate students. Presenting learning materials in interesting manners leads to better retention and mastery of skills. Parents and teachers can use this book to make learning how to read more fun.
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Tags: 1980's,Family,History,literacy,Parenting,School Readiness
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