K4 Footsteps for Fours Teacher's Edition with CD (2nd ed.)
Teach preschoolers to love learning with the three-volume Footsteps for Fours Teacher Set and CD. The Footsteps for Fours curriculum from BJU Press focuses on equipping the preschool teacher to address the physical, emotional, cognitive, social, and spiritual needs of preschoolers. It uses a center-based, hands-on approach to learning in order to give each child to learn at his own developmental level and ability. Each lesson incorporates acquisition of language, phonological awareness, scientific investigation, number concepts, and cultural knowledge. Music lessons are included twice a week and emphasize music, rhyme, play, movement, and literature. The curriculum also includes optional lessons for advanced children who are ready to read. The Teacher Toolkit CD is included in the back of the first volume of the Teacher’s Edition. The CD includes the Visuals, Phonics Charts and Teaching Tree, Center Signs, Bulletin Board Characters, Alphabet Sound Cards, PreCursive Stroke Directions, and more. Teacher's Edition is in 3 volumes.
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Rated 4 out of 5 by 2 reviewers.
Rated 4 out of 5 by MrsBrown Fantastic I have used this product in both a Pre K day care classroom and in my in home day care. Works very well with a small or large group. Most of my kids could read 3 letter words when they graduated. I am currently using this product with a mixed class of 2 1/2 - 3 1/2 yr olds. The children adore Max! I love that it comes with everything you need to make a successful classroom, and the lessons cover all the learning styles. I would recommend this product for any Pre K classroom or co-op. August 30, 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by Marilyn Over all a very good program. We like the use of puppets and the way the Bible is used to teach many lessons. We would like the program to not be setup with where holidays fall, but set so we can add in as needed. The lessons do not fall on the right dates. This is something the teachers are having trouble with. March 28, 2014
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