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Excel Pre-KDeveloping a lifelong love of lEARNING

Overview

Overview

Excel Pre-K is a high quality, research-based curriculum organized into nine themes that build connections across all domains. This comprehensive new program offers:

Simple Lesson Plans with Flexible Framework and Standards Alignment
Excel Pre-K is organized into nine easy-to-follow four-week themes.
•  Overarching topics spark children’s interest.
•  Intentional instruction is provided in all areas of development.
•  Simple lesson plans meet learning goals and follow children’s interests.

Differentiated Instruction to Meet the Needs of All Learners
Excel Pre-K offers lesson adaptations and options to meet the needs of all learners!
•  English Language Learner and Special Needs suggestions are included in the Teacher Guides.
•  Lessons are designed to fit visual, auditory, and kinesthetic learning styles.

Strong Foundations in Math and Literacy
Excel Pre-K builds early math and literacy skills, essential to future academic success.
•  Small-group lessons and interactive hands-on explorations build a strong math foundation.
•  The language-rich environment helps children develop pre-reading skills and listening comprehension.

Essential Social-Emotional Skills
Excel Pre-K helps children manage emotions and learn how to navigate social interactions with others.
•  Children learn to become responsible members of their school family through Conscious Discipline®, a comprehensive classroom management and social-emotional program.
•  Through this program, children experience an environment where they feel safe and loved.

Interactive Digital Activities with ABCmouse® for Schools
Accelerate academic growth with the #1 digital learning program for young children.
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ABCmouse® for Schools seamlessly aligns with Excel Pre-K and is the perfect addition to center time.
•  Digital activities offer valuable online practice with essential skills, creative problem solving, and self-guided instruction.

Components

Authors

Authors

Senior Authors: Pam Schiller, PhD Alma Flor Ada, PhD F. Isabel Campoy, PhD Brian Mowry, PhD
Featured Author: Becky Bailey, PhD
Contributing Authors: Becky Bailey, PhD; Steve Spangler; Marlene Williams; Clarissa Willis, PhD; Emilia Rivas; Sharon MacDonald; Pat Phipps, PhD; Richele Bartkowiak; Karen Hickman; Mary Jo Huff; Pat Edwards, PhD; Monte Selby, PhD; Blanca Enriquez, PhD; Jill Norris; Jean Feldman, PhD; Thomas Moore, PhD; Gerry West; Julie Gentler; Sharon Burnett; Don Monopoli; Maria Nevarez-Solis; Ella Jenkins; Stephen Fite; Amy Noble

Samples

Sours: https://www.frogstreet.com/curriculum/excel-pre-k/

Frog Street Pre-K 2013CELEBRATING THE JOY OF LEARNING

Innovations

FSPK Innovations

Frog Street Pre-K (FSPK) is a high quality, research-based curriculum organized into ten skills domains that support integration of curriculum and builds connections between and among all disciplines.

Highlights include innovations to produce measurable gains in student achievement:

  • The authorship team of FSPK brings a wealth of expertise in the field of early childhood classroom experience, social and emotional intelligence, brain development, literacy, second language learning, STEM practices and cultural sensitivity to the instruction and materials in the curriculum.  Led by senior author, Dr. Pam Schiller, the curriculum integrates content and embeds current research based best practices through instructional strategies.
  • Another innovation is the inclusion of Conscious Discipline® strategies to support social and emotional intelligence and, in turn, cognitive performance.  FSPK is the sole curriculum integrating this proven program into the daily instruction.
  • Differentiated learning strategies and materials for a full range of learners include grouping strategies and scaffolding.  Adaptations for Young Learners Teacher Guide, exclusive to FSPK, is an additional teacher guide targeting literacy, math, and integrated learning centers for learners not ready for the four year old program.
  • Instruction in FSPK supports multicultural relevancy with materials and resources for languages other than Spanish.  Dr. Alma Flor Ada, senior author, includes the importance of developing the home language, acquiring literacy naturally and focuses on cultural sensitivity throughout the curriculum.
  • Equality of materials and instruction in English and Spanish is a distinctive feature of FSPK including language sensitive adaptations and cultural sensitivity. Sensitivity to letter knowledge and, particularly, phonological awareness is evident in the sequence of instruction.
  • English Language Learner instruction in FSPK incorporates research in second language acquisition with classroom strategies for the Natural Approach, Total Physical Approach and Cooperative Learning. Materials and resources include pronunciation keys for five languages, full color photographs and strategies at point of use for whole group, small group and learning center activities.
  • FSPK features distinct home/school/community connections linked to thematic units and the scope and sequence.  Dr. Patricia Edwards, author and past IRA President, contributed research-based best practices on family involvement in the curriculum.  Family Connections resources are available for print or online.
  • Innovative approaches in FSPK incorporate current research based instruction for literacy included in the National Early Literacy Panel and Beyond, 2013.  In addition, the instructional models in FSPK target strategies to ensure long term memory, alertness, and information processing based on brain science research. FSPK also incorporates STEM education, an approach to teaching and learning that integrates the content and skills of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics.
  • FSPK provides innovative technology for students with Frog Street Pre-K Interactive Software which contains over 100 Spanish and English activities in phonological awareness, alphabet knowledge, written expression, listening comprehension, vocabulary development and math skills and concepts. Software activities align with weekly instruction for sustained practice of skills. Learning extends to the home with eBooks of all the literature titles in FSPK.
  • Innovative technology for teachers offers online resources which include interactive lesson planning, teacher guides and eBooks.  The FSPK Digital Online Library guides instruction and is easily accessible from computers, tablets, and smartphones.

Frog Street Press, Inc. is focused on high quality instruction and materials in the field of early childhood.  Frog Street Pre-K was developed by early childhood experts in every domain of development to create an intentional and integrated curriculum.

Components

Program Components (Bilingual)

(Also available in English Only)

Authors

Authors

Senior Authors: Pam Schiller, PhD Alma Flor Ada, PhD F. Isabel Campoy, PhD Brian Mowry, PhD


Featured Author: Becky Bailey, PhD

Contributing Authors: Becky Bailey, PhD; Steve Spangler; Marlene Williams; Clarissa Willis, PhD; Emilia Rivas; Sharon MacDonald; Pat Phipps, PhD; Richele Bartkowiak; Karen Hickman; Mary Jo Huff; Pat Edwards, PhD; Monte Selby, PhD; Blanca Enriquez, PhD; Jill Norris; Jean Feldman, PhD; Thomas Moore, PhD; Gerry West; Julie Gentler; Sharon Burnett; Don Monopoli; Maria Nevarez-Solis; Ella Jenkins; Stephen Fite; Amy Noble

Samples

Research

Correlations

Correlations

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Frog Street Pre-K Curriculum Tour Guide from FrogStreet

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Sours: https://www.frogstreet.com/curriculum/pre-k/
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Frog Street Pre-K

Frog Street Press - Mission Statement:

Impacting the future of young children and igniting their academic, social and emotional growth by creating purposeful resources that educators embrace.

Integration of Instruction

The program consists of nine themes---180 days of instruction.

Each day begins with Greeting Circle where the focus is building a sense of community. Children sing, perform a calming strategy (de-stressor), connect with classmates through fun activities, and commit to helping keep the classroom safe. This "community building" opening to the day is followed by a Morning Message where children are actively involved in the practice of early literacy skills.

Greeting Circle is followed by a Moving and Learning activity where children sing, dance, or play games that relate to both program themes and lesson skills.

Two suggested Read-Aloud activities each day foster children's oral language and a sense of story. Children are actively involved in thoughtful discussions and immersed in robust vocabulary. They represent both fiction and nonfiction, varied genres (narrative, prose, predictable), art styles and photography and include traditional and new pieces of literature. Beyond the theme-related books, there are additional libraries for literacy, math, science and social skills that also integrate instruction with the program themes and skill continuums. The program includes 104 literature titles (including both English and Spanish) and two rhyme and poem-based flip-charts. In addition, the program includes a wealth of integrated listening stories, participation stories, and 34 story folders with props which enable children to re-enact the stories.

Literacy and math lessons are offered daily. Lessons are short, theme-related and filled with hands-on applications and meaningful context. They follow a continuum that ensures all children build foundation skills before they are expected to master more complex and challenging skills and concepts. Lessons spiral so that each time children return to a lesson concept or skill, they are able to expand their understanding.

Differentiated Instruction

Daily lessons include activities that address English Language Learner adaptations each of the eight intelligence's, scaffolding, and Special Needs adaptations at point of use in the lesson. The program contains two teacher resource books that break skills into smaller units on a continuum, Building Math

Sours: https://sites.google.com/a/lonegrove.k12.ok.us/sellis-class-site/mrs-shannon-s-pre-k-class
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