Visualization is an important part of expressive language and idea formation. In this unit children will learn to draw 26 figures, as they learn to write the alphabet. They will learn first letters sounds and create original paintings, brimming with personality.
The activities in drawing, letters & numbers are simple, brief and developmentally appropriate. As a part of a rich experiential curriculum, little lessons teaches basic and necessary skills young children need on a regular and consistent basis. It is our experience that genuine self-esteem is enhanced when children see their own progress in this structured and consistent format.
These are lessons for you to use with your students… teaching opportunities. You will use them to teach new skills that are vital to the education of young children and that they will use as a foundation for the rest of their learning.
The skills your beginners will learn in drawings, letters and numbers are the building blocks for reading and writing. Everything we look at is composed of shapes. Basic geometric shapes are universal.
These little lessons will enhance: classifying, social development, matching, sorting size and shape discrimination self concept, eye hand coordination, balance, self-concept, pre-writing, visual development, language development, listening, attention span, size and shape discrimination, following directions, visual discrimination and vocabulary enrichment, color recognition, pattern recognition.
Also included are: how to create beautiful projects, draw shapes, mix colors, how to make a color wheel, create a bulletin board for each project with a printable sign, color chemistry, how to use patterns everyday, parent communication ideas, go ahead pages for kids who are ready for more. A complete curriculum based on drawing and writing. Visit beginnerswork.com for more information and to see the little lessons curriculum in action.