Whether you experienced Terrific Two’s or terrible two’s, before you know it, children turn three. Terry Lynne Graham has created another learning guide for this age group. Activities concentrate on social growth, listening skills, self-image, language skills, fine and gross motor development. Teaching Terrific Three’s and Other Toddlers also focuses on awareness of concepts like science, math, music, and nutrition.
This guide includes invaluable materials for preschool teachers or learning center facilitators. Teaching Terrific Three’s discusses classroom arrangement and setting up learning areas in centers. This resource book also helps with scheduling, assessment, parent involvement, and materials. Teachers can look at either group or individual goals and get techniques for discipline.
The activities inside Teaching Terrific 3’s and Other Toddlers focus on this special age’s development skills. Three-year-olds continue to grow, and this guide offers age-appropriate learning. Graham gives teaching techniques with fun fingerplay rhyme time ideas and fosters getting along with ideas for nap time. Toddlers can learn about sharing with activities like “Watch Me Grow” and “Self-Portrait Class books.”
The book also provides unique ideas for play, building, and finding special places instead of sitting with an electronic device. Teaching Terrific Three’s will help children form better social/emotional skills through in-person interactive learning. This book has indoor and outdoor activities and helps let toddlers’ imaginations run wild to strengthen creativity skills. This resource will help prepare children for future academic success and to flourish in social settings. We also offer teacher resource books for Fours and Fives.
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Terry Lynne Graham is an early childhood consultant with over 20 years of experience. She received her M.A. in Childhood Development from The University of Connecticut. She was also a preschool teacher and worked for ten years as a curriculum supervisor for Fulton County Schools in Georgia. Terry has authored several books on early education and development. Terry was an administrator at the Galloway School, a prestigious private school in Atlanta. Currently, she is the Director of Parish Early Childhood Programs at the Archdiocese of Atlanta. Graham oversees the preschool operations and develops the Pre-K curriculum that enriches children with hands-on learning. Terry continues to teach and train educators across the country in the field of early education.
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