Item description for Sing, Spell, Read and Write : PreK Readiness Program (Sing Spell Read And Write) by Sing, Spell, Read, And Write...
Overview Sing, Spell, Read, and Write Pre-Kindergarten covers colors, shapes, visual discrimination, matching, opposites, classification, story sequence, coloring, tracing, letter recognition, letter sounds, auditory discrimination, counting 1-10, zero, seasons, and oral vocabulary development.
The teacher's manual provides step-by-step directions, enrichment activities, song lyrics, and a recommended read-aloud book list. Lessons include activity numbers to easily locate the correct activity sheet; objectives, recommended books, and lesson instructions are all included on the same page for easily found, coordinated planning.
This kit includes:
More than 100 activity sheets with 224 age-appropriate activities
A Teacher's Manual
Sing-along songs on CD as well as 5 audiocassettes
Alph-O Card Game and Alph-O Puzzles
2 Sing-along-and-point Alphabet Placemats
Shoe Tying Manipulative
ABC/Number Line Strip
Counting (popsicle) sticks
14 award stickers
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Studio: Good Year Books
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 13.3" Width: 12.9" Height: 3.8" Weight: 3.8 lbs.
Release Date Jun 1, 2000
Publisher Modern Curriculum Press
Grade Level Pre School
Series Sing Spell Read And Write
ISBN 1567046681 ISBN13 9781567046687 UPC 750981266819
Reviews - What do customers think about Sing, Spell, Read and Write : PreK Readiness Program?
PreK versus Kindergarten/Level 1 Feb 15, 2007
I bought this program for a 4 year old. I had previously, although many years ago, used the Kindergarten program with much success. The PreK program teaches colors, shapes and alphabet sounds vs. the Kindergarten/Level 1 program which focuses on short vowel and alphabet sounds. The PreK program has a CD which has songs that correlate with the colors and shapes. For the alphabet sounds-the songs are all on audiotapes(which is rather outdated; individual A-Z alphabet cards; a alphabet chart (both which correlate with the phonics songs on audiotape). I'd prefer if the alphabet sound songs were on CD and available for purchase separately, which actually prepares a more advanced child. The PreK program comes with many alphabet pages that help in practicing the main sound by allowing the child to say the sound and circle the appropriate pictures which begin with that sound. These I found to be very helpful. It also offers stickers as positive reinforcements/rewards.
Good "school" to keep my 3yo busy during school time Feb 2, 2007
I bought this program to do with my preschooler while my 1st grader does the 1st grade program. I like the program, and so does my 3 year old. We just finished the colors yesterday, and we'll be starting the shapes portion next week. I do wish there were more games like the K/1st grade program has. That's my only complaint so far.
sing, spell, read, and write progam Jul 28, 2003
I remeber this when i was little my mom got this program for me before i started school and It is awesome an dnow that i have a duaghter of my own wher she is a little older i will be using it for her I am so glad that they stil make it. I remeber my teacher would get mad at my mom cause I could read so well and knew more than the other kids. It is a good program cuse i can read and I can read well. I liked it and I hope my daughter will too.
Sing, Spell Read & Write (pre-K program) Jun 23, 2001
It's great for all pre-k children. With the the singing of the shapes, colors or phonetics my child is using both right brain & left brain together. It's fun for my child and the same time he doesn't realize he is learning.