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Children's Literature for Pre-K. Theme: Hooray for Pre-K (September)

This annotated bibliography provides a list of books appropriate for preschoolers that help teachers develop class routines and expectations. Two topics have emerged from this review: classroom and school activities and first school experiences, including feelings. This has helped provide a way to organize books and will hopefully help teachers select books for specific purposes. Books were considered on three criteria: emphasis on pre-kindergarten; accessibility to limited- English-proficient students; and multicultural perspective. The list also attempts to balance old favorites and new friends. Because there are more books on this topic than there is time or space to annotate, only some are described in detail while for others just the bibliographic information is provided. All listed books are recommended. (Author/KFT)

  • Contributor: Smallwood, Betty Ansin
  • Date Published: 08-00
  • Year: 2000

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