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by Majorie R. Nelsen,Jan Nelsen-Parish

Free eBook Peak With Books: An Early Childhood Resource for Balanced Literacy (1-off Series) download ISBN: 0803967969
Author: Majorie R. Nelsen,Jan Nelsen-Parish
Publisher: Corwin; 3rd edition (May 27, 1999)
Language: English
Pages: 288
Category: Other
Subcategory: Education
Size MP3: 1951 mb
Size FLAC: 1832 mb
Rating: 4.2
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I have been choosing books from Peak with Books that coordinate with what the older boys are studying and using the poems, finger plays, and art activities with the little guy. This is working well and overall I think it is a great resource.

Peak with Books book. The authors' balanced literacy progr Peak With Books shows how to use popular children's literature to build reading, writing, and cognitive skills in an inquiry-based environment. Instead of using a "skill and drill" approach, the authors employ conversations, questions, and, meaning-based activities to stimulate children's curiosity, confidence, and thirst for knowledge. The authors' balanced literacy program teaches strong reading, writing, and critical thinking skills.

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Peak With Books shows how to use popular children's literature to build reading .

by Marjorie R. Nelsen.

`This is a large, handsome, serious and worthy book from the US. It even has a foreword from that guru of "read aloud books", Jim Trelease′ - Nursery World

This book will provide caregivers and teachers with a simple, hands-on guide to the experience of reading to young children. The authors outline 42 of the best books for reading aloud and provide follow-up activities that clarify or expand the child′s understanding of the story.

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Gosar
This is a guideline for using literature to teach. There are a variety of classic picture books used as the base (Goodnight Moon, Grouchy Ladybug, The Little Red Hen, etc, etc.). I recognized at least if not owned almost all of these, and they were well loved by each of my kids. There is not a lack at all of good and interesting choices of literature.

They give a couple pages in the front with different groups of the books via themes if you wanted (themes including "animal habitats," "walking," "time" and so forth). A little grid of what they feel are characteristics of a story follows with some predetermined things to learn. For example you can look for "parts of speech" and then see which books they feel best help you teach this, or "cultural diversity" or "nonfiction" and so forth.

Then each book is given it own set of pages. There is the introduction to the story where you get everyone ready with a song or such, similar to storytime at the library. Then there is a guide so careful you could use it practically as a script to ponder the story. These are meant to be reread in this format with different things focused on each time, delving deeper. They have suggested "extensions" or other books to go along with the one covered in Peak with Pooks. They have suggestions for "Balanced Literacy," (more language arts) "Integration," (fitting into science or such), and "Everyday Learning Activities" that you can use or write up to send up with the children if you are using this in a classroom/preschool setting.

This book more than some of my others is geared towards a whole classroom of kids. I homeschool my kids, so I use it with one or two at a time with some of my olders joining in, but really this one shines as the base of a very involved curriculum with many kids. It is detailed and thorough in using literature as a base for an entire learning environment. I highly recommend it for that. The format of the book is easy to use and find what you are looking for. The activities get a tad involved sometimes, which is a downside for me as a parent to just one, but could be a pro for those really into that.

All in all, fine literature choices, excellent thought put into wrapped those up into a very very thorough curriculum for kids. A pro and a con for this one is some of the activities are suitable for older kids, so they might not fit your 2 or 3 year old (more like your 1st grader), but that is a pro in a multi-level environment or someone who wanted to do this more than once, varying the activities to the developmental level at the time. I wouldn't try every activity even if you had all week or you would be burnt out.
Pad
This book is a great resource for language arts Pre K to Grade 1. The authors have selected 40 titles in children's literature many of them Caldecott winners/nominees to be read aloud which incorporate activities such as poetry, songs, fingerplays, art, thinking skills, narration, vocabulary, drama, and cooking. There are also 500 storybooks referenced so you can expand on a particular story if you would like to. Dr. Ruth Beechick noted educational authority has commented on "Peak with Books": "I think this book is topnotch. Any parent who used these lesson plans for awhile would be getting a good education in using books with children and building upon them to expand vocabulary, experiences and thoughts. For people who want to do the "living books" thing that Susan Macaulay has popularized, here is the kindergarten program all worked out for them." This edition is the 3rd and has been rewritten to accomidate children from ages Pre-K to Grade 1. This volume is a great companion to Dr. Ruth Beechick's "Language and Thinking for Young Children."
Wooden Purple Romeo
I have been using this book for the past couple weeks and love it. I love the layout and the literature-based approach while incorporating different subjects like Math and Science. After using this book with "Blueberries for Sal" and "Ask Mr. Bear", we're hooked! This is so much fun and educational at the same time. My very young son really enjoys all the enrichment activities.

I pick one story a week and really "dig" into it with "Peak Books" balanced approach. You will find everything you need for Language Arts in early ed., music, poetry, involvement, reproductions and retelling, innovations and caption books, writing process, print-rich environment, parent involvement, online resources, etc. Overall, I wish I found this resource sooner but am grateful that I have it now and not later!
anonymous
This is my first experience with homeschooling products. I've just started using the program but I'm pretty happy with it so far. My daughter seems to be a gifted 3 year old. She loves books but doesn't do really well with worksheets so I was looking for something to keep her stimulated and encourage her learning. Some of the activities are a little advanced & tailored to a group/classroom setting but they give a variety of activites so that I can pick and choose what works for her. I especially love the additional book suggestions to support the book of the week & the Involvement section which she really loves. I've been able to find many of the books for free at the library. However, I have found all the books suggested on Amazon but if you had to purchase all suggested it could get quite costly. Sadly, I'm not in a position financially to acquire all the books suggested :( I believe that I could reuse this program as she gets older for the activities she is not yet ready for. I am VERY HAPPY that I was able to find it on Amazon for half the price charged by the website. I love Amazon!! I definitely would suggest it, especially if you get if for half price on Amazon.
Forcestalker
We are a Waldorf family so we do not really do anything academic in the preschool years. I purchased this because our 3 yr old really wants to be part of our main lesson time. I have been choosing books from Peak with Books that coordinate with what the older boys are studying and using the poems, finger plays, and art activities with the little guy. This is working well and overall I think it is a great resource.
Golkis
I use it all the time with the children.
Ferri - My name
Excellent book - used previous edition, this has color and more tips to expand the lesson.
Excellent book. My daughter In law uses it daily for home schooling.