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Home Learning Activities Designed to Provide Educational Experiences for Children and Parents. Part 1.
Seay, Shirley H.; Brown, Brenda
This manual, Part 1 of a two-volume series, is a compilation of instructional tasks designed to be used in the home by parents with their children. These home learning activities are one component of the Florida Model of Follow Through Programs. Each instructional task is designed for use in the home by a Parent Educator (P.E.) who has already worked with the child and the child's classroom teacher. The task is discussed, demonstrated or role-played, evaluated, and revised (if necessary) with the parent who, in turn, shares it with the child. This manual contains home learning activities involving animals, alphabet games, art, discrimination, special and current events, foods and nutrition, health, holidays, self-concept, money, and number games. (CS)
Descriptors: Art Activities, Discrimination Learning, Early Childhood Education, Educational Games, Family School Relationship, Home Programs, Learning Activities, Monetary Systems, Number Concepts, Nutrition, Parent Education, Self Concept, Skill Development
Mrs. Virgie Binford, Director, Follow Through, Richmond Public Schools, 301 N. 9th Street, Richmond, Virginia 23219 ($2.00)
Publication Type: Guides - General
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Authoring Institution: Richmond Public Schools, VA.