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Our 8 Favorite Multicultural Books for Kindergarten
Reading books with children at a young age not only helps them be better prepared for school, but it also opens their minds to new cultures and experiences. Exposing children in kindergarten to both “mirror” and “window” books – that is, books in which they can see themselves, and books in which they can learn about others- is the best way to create engaged readers and support social and emotional growth. Here are 8 of our favorite multicultural books for kindergarten!
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Fall Morning Tubs for Kindergarten | Kindergarten Morning Tubs
Make mornings SO MUCH easier with these Fall Morning Tubs for Kindergarten. These 22 hands-on literacy and math activities provide a fun and meaningful way to start the day. Skills include: letter recognition, beginning sounds, counting, ten frames, making 5, editable name practice, editable sight words, fine motors, and MORE.
Editable Name Tracing Books for Preschool, Pre K and Kindergarten Teachers
EDITABLE NAME BOOKS. With these editable name books you can quickly and easily create customized name practice for your entire class. Editable name books will help your students learn to recognize their names and the individual letters in their names. (AD)