San Francisco, CA, February 06, 2007 --(PR.com
)-- In an effort to help preschoolers become avid readers, Preschool Education writer, Rachel Lister has launched the 2007 Preschool Literacy Program, “Rock Through the Alphabet”.
The 2007 Preschool Literacy Program, “Rock Through the Alphabet” is a curriculum program designed for parents and teachers of preschoolers. Each week, Lister will feature literacy activities and curriculum ideas for each letter of the alphabet. Literacy activities and curriculum ideas will include art, crafts, books, math, science, music and pretend play.
Lister writes, “Preschoolers have the opportunity to create a wonderful foundation for a lifetime of reading by participating in simple and fun pre-reading activities. Making reading fun for preschoolers is easier than many parents and preschool teachers realize. It is my hope that the 2007 ‘Rock Through the Alphabet’ Preschool Literacy Program will get preschoolers excited about the world that is available to them through wonderful books.”
The 2007 Preschool Literacy Program, “Rock Through the Alphabet” is run in conjunction with Read Across America, sponsored by the National Education Association, and is in celebration of Dr. Seuss’s birthday, March 2, 2007.
Parents wanting to participate in the 2007 Preschool Literacy Program, “Rock Through the Alphabet” should visit http://education.preschoolrock.com.
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