Posts tagged: "early childhood curriculum"

Differentiating Instruction

Differentiating Instruction

September Freebie! The Kissing Hand Hi Friends!  Whoa!  Can you believe September is here already?  Most of us are back at school and in full swing at this point.  I know how chaotic the beginning of the year can be.  And I also know that many of us have a go-to story for back-to-school…The Kissing … Read more

Using Visuals in the Classroom

Using Visuals in the Classroom

Visuals:  They are so much more than cute We all know that young children benefit from visual cues in addition to verbal directions.  The beauty of visuals is that often, when you have the right visuals in place, you don’t need to give verbal directions at all because the child already knows what to do. … Read more

Share the Calm with Repeated Readings

Share the Calm with Repeated Readings August 2, 2017 Those first few weeks of preschool can be a lot–it’s a lot for kids, and it’s a lot for teachers.  Everything is new and exciting and sometimes overwhelming.  There’s a quote that lots of us need at the beginning of the year that says, “When little … Read more

Welcome to the Read It Once Again Blog Community

Welcome to the Read It Once Again Blog Community

Check out our new blog! Berenstain Bears Again? August 1, 2017 We’ve all had those kids in our class, the ones who need a little more time, a little more attention, a little more love.  For our founder at Read It Once Again, Rae, that child was Rashad.  He wasn’t acting out or withdrawing from … Read more

Read It Once Again

Read It Once Again preschool curriculums incorporate traditional, familiar children's literature into thematic units to promote early literacy. The curriculums include objectives, activities, and assessments necessary to provide young children with a language rich educational program to meet the basic needs in each of the five domains commonly addressed in the prekindergarten classroom. While the curriculum is appropriate for all young children, Read It Once Again uniquely uses rhyme, rhythm and repetition as the foundational approach to teaching, making this curriculum especially effective for children with autism, language delays, or developmental delays.