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by Carol Seefeldt

Social Studies for the Preschool/Primary Child (7th Edition) download ebook
ISBN:
0131408127
ISBN13:
978-0131408128
Author:
Carol Seefeldt
Publisher:
Prentice Hall; 7 edition (April 9, 2004)
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352 pages
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1678 kb
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1598 kb
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Rating:
4.7

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Her books include Social Studies for the Preschool/Primary Child, Active Experiences for Active Children .

Her books include Social Studies for the Preschool/Primary Child, Active Experiences for Active Children (Science, Social Studies, and Mathematics), and Current Issues in Early Childhood Education. She also wrote Playing to Learn and Creating Rooms of Wonder. She coauthored Early Childhood: Where Learning Begins-Geography for the . Department of Education. During her 40 years in the field, Dr. Seefeldt taught at every level from nursery school for 2-year-olds through third grade. She frequently conducted teacher-training programs in the United States, Japan, and Ukraine.

This title is out of print. Because play is the basic means of young children's learning, the text offers a full chapter on the topic and incorporates ideas for playing throughout the material

This title is out of print. Carol Seefeldt, University of Maryland. Because play is the basic means of young children's learning, the text offers a full chapter on the topic and incorporates ideas for playing throughout the material. NEW - Ideas for using technology in every area of social studies ut the material.

by Carol Seefeldt and Sharon D. Castle.

For social studies teachers at the primary grade school level.

Social Studies for the Preschool/Primary Child, 9/e, written by respected authors Sharon Castle and Renee C. Falconer, and begun by the late Carol Seefeldt, remains one of the most popularly read texts on teaching social studies to young children

Social Studies for the Preschool/Primary Child, 9/e, written by respected authors Sharon Castle and Renee C. Falconer, and begun by the late Carol Seefeldt, remains one of the most popularly read texts on teaching social studies to young children.

Paperback, 332 pages. Be the first to ask a question about Social Studies for the Preschool/Primary Child. Lists with This Book. This book is not yet featured on Listopia. Published April 28th 2009 by Prentice Hall (first published April 1984).

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Social Studies for the Preschool/Primary Child, 9/e, written by respected authors Sharon Castle andRenee C. Falconer, and begun by the late Carol Seefeldt, remains one of the most popularly read texts on teaching social studies to young children

Social Studies for the Preschool/Primary Child, 9/e, written by respected authors Sharon Castle andRenee C.

This popular book provides a multitude of practical ideas, suggestions, and activities that prospective early childhood teachers can use to both interest young children in social studies and integrate social studies with other sciences, art, literature, mathematics, reading, and writing. Because play is the basic means of young children's learning, the book offers a full chapter on the topic and incorporates ideas for "playing" throughout the material. It also presents a separate chapter on diversity in the classroom, children's literature citations/references in every chapter, and a strong focus on child development throughout. There is a new emphasis on the use of such technology as e-mail, digital cameras, and the World Wide Web in this edition; and, current NAEYC standards for quality, curriculum, and professional preparation are thoroughly incorporated. For social studies teachers at the primary grade school level.

Reviews:
  • Clandratha
Social studies in the early childhood years mostly entails knowing about oneself, his family/community ecological system, and the awareness of culture. I think Carol Seedfeldt accomplishes all of this.

A teacher, however, may want to take some time to plant the seeds of later elementary social science learning during these younger years. I would suggest, therefore, using this text in conjuction with Arther Ellis' Social Studies book which really and truly does what I thought this book would do.

I'm not downing this book. I just think it reaches its maximum efficiency and use when coupled with an excellent elementary social studies teacher education text
  • Whitebeard
Not what I expected at all. It has lots of info just none that seem to help me!
  • Kadar
I was a little disaisfied with this product. It was suppose to be in "good condition" and the front of the cover was cut, a piece missing, and it has some paste all over it making it very sticky. I'm glad I have the book but I am unsure if I will be able to re-sell it.