By Margaret Berry Wilson
You're instructing 1st grade this 12 months. What do you want to know? In a hot, conversational kind punctuated with anecdotes and examples from her personal study rooms, Margaret Berry Wilson reports first graders' universal developmental features and stocks useful information on themes such as:
- Arranging a circle, desks, and tables
- Choosing and storing supplies
- Scheduling a child-centered day and educating day-by-day routines
- Planning detailed tasks and box journeys that maximize studying and construct community
- Understanding the designated matters of first graders' mom and dad and discovering the simplest how you can speak with them
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