Learning through play: curriculum and activities for the inclusive classroom
Field-tested strategies for developing language-based curriculum for pre-school children, with special emphasis on adapatations for children with handicaps in the mainstream classroom.
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action rhyme Additional Activities apple backpacks balls bibliography in Section Brown Bear cassette player caterpillar cerebral palsy chil children in wheelchairs children's comments classroom color construction paper cookie cutters dough dren Easter eggs Encourage the children farm animals felt-tipped markers Figure Find a copy Fingerplay Fun fish frosting Gather the children gingerbread Give each child Give the children glue graham crackers Hansel and Gretel Help the children Hungry Caterpillar Impaired Invite the children jack-o'-lantern Ladybug Learning Activities liquid dishwashing soap loud with expression marble painting marching music mittens modeling clay/dough Nofe paint picnic pipe cleaners plastic player or phonograph Preparation Find Prepare to read preschool pumpkin read the story rhythm instruments sheet of paper Show the children snack spider Station story out loud Storybook from Day Take the children talk Tape or record Teddy Bear Tell tempera toys water table white construction paper yarn