My first day at preschool

My first day at preschool Author Edwina Riddell
ISBN-10 PSU:000051149536
Year 1992-06
Pages 32
Language en
Publisher Barrons Juveniles

Briefly describes some activities for preschoolers using such materials as paper and glue, play dough, dolls, and toys

Blue Is My Name

Blue Is My Name Author Angela C. Santomero
ISBN-10 9780689831225
Year 2000-07-01
Pages 24
Language en
Publisher Simon and Schuster

Blue loves being blue because it is the color of the sky, her favorite bird, water, and other wonderful things. Features rebuses.

My First Day at Preschool

My First Day at Preschool Author Jean Bay
ISBN-10 0307133230
Year 1999
Pages 24
Language en
Publisher Golden Books

A little girl describes how she overcame her worries about starting preschool when she discovered that Barbie was her teacher and made a new friend.

First Experiences My First Day at Preschool

First Experiences  My First Day at Preschool Author Roger Priddy
ISBN-10 0312491859
Year 2003-10-10
Pages 14
Language en
Publisher Priddy Books

-Ideal for preschool kids. -A brand new series that presents everyday experiences in a fun and lively way. -Sturdy books to withstand hours of play. -Great books at affordable prices.

My First Christmas Words Coloring Book

My First Christmas Words Coloring Book Author Ida Cooke
ISBN-10 1541197402
Year 2016-12-20
Pages 62
Language en
Publisher Createspace Independent Publishing Platform

A perfect book to have fun quality time with your children while helping them learn new words in a super fun and engaging way! This book, "My First Christmas Words Coloring Book: Preschool Christmas Activity Book for Toddler Boys & Girls Ages 2-4, to Color Christmas Objects while Learning First Easy Words & Vocabulary about Xmas Day!", contains 30 basic nouns about Christmas that are easy enough for toddlers to understand with or without explanation. Each word comes with its meaning in the form of line drawing illustration that has just the right amount of details, for the little hands to color with ease and trouble-free fun. Also, all illustrations are presented in a cute, smiley, or funny manner tailored to please any younger little angels, boys or girls. Moreover, every coloring page is of giant size (8.5 x 11 inches), and is printed on one side of a paper to prevent color bleed while the adorable ones exercising their limitless creativity to give colors to those Christmas items. Plus! All words and illustrations are arranged in alphabetical order, with the bonus summary of every word on the last page in alphabetical order, so "My First Christmas Words Coloring Book" is not only a quality pastime coloring activity, but also a value-added educational paperback that allows your children to be more accustomed to English and its alphabets, giving them a head start for school! This perfect combination would be sure to please your little angels, keep them entertained and be busy while coloring and, also at the same time, learning valuable new basic words about the festive season, the Christmas time! "My First Christmas Words Coloring Book" is most suitable for kids age between 2-4 years, but also suits any child who loves coloring and knowing the Christmas vocabulary in a much more fun & exciting way!

Find Cat Wear Hat

Find Cat  Wear Hat Author Karen Gundersheimer
ISBN-10 0590480618
Year 1995
Pages 24
Language en
Publisher Cartwheel Books

A group of busy children explore the world of their play school.

My First Numbers and Shapes Activity Book

My First Numbers and Shapes Activity Book Author Sheila Hanly
ISBN-10 0789452170
Year 2001-03-01
Pages 16
Language en
Publisher Dk Pub

This educational pack is designed for preschoolers just beginning to learn their numbers and shapes, and includes chunky foam numbers and shapes that are safe for baby's playtime. Illustrations.

My First Book of Art

My First Book of Art Author Paisley Ann Niemiec
ISBN-10 1530879493
Year 2016-04-18
Pages 54
Language en
Publisher Createspace Independent Publishing Platform

Children's book program for raising funds for schools.

Mommy Is Worried about My First Day at Preschool

Mommy Is Worried about My First Day at Preschool Author Sowjanya Venugopal
ISBN-10 1537096389
Year 2016-08-22
Pages 24
Language en
Publisher Createspace Independent Publishing Platform

A soon to be preschooler learns all about school from Noah, the kindergartner. She in turn shares her excitement and knowledge about preschool with the readers.

My First 65 Years

My First 65 Years Author Ellen M. Levy
ISBN-10 9781483413495
Year 2014-10-24
Language en
Publisher Lulu Press, Inc

Many of Ellen’s intimate, playful stories will make you laugh. Her natural exuberance and fascination with life is contagious. She rivaled her grandmother’s catering career with a love of cooking, fine foods, and gluttony. Her “Brownie” camera pictures led her collecting enough photographs to fill this book (and many others.) Stories of her love of travel will make you want to hop on a plane. Her passions (chocolate, sex, cats, the arts, etc.) may become your temptations. Even her most painful experiences - the deaths of her beloved aunt and brother, her infertility, and the loss of her business gave her strength. Ellen’s unique perspective will encourage you to value your own precious memories. Ellen M. Levy, B.S., M.A., C.A.G.S., grew up in Newton, Massachusetts. She has worked in non-profit management for over 30 years. This is her first full-length book.

The Promise of Preschool

The Promise of Preschool Author Elizabeth Rose
ISBN-10 0199742375
Year 2010-03-17
Pages 288
Language en
Publisher Oxford University Press

The past 45 years have seen the emergence of education for young children as a national issue, spurred by the initiation of the Head Start program in the 1960s, efforts to create a child care system in the 1970s, and the campaign to reform K-12 schooling in the 1980s. Today, the push to make preschool the beginning of public education for all children has gained support in many parts of the country and promises to put early education policy on the national agenda. Yet questions still remain about the best ways to shape policy that will fulfill the promise of preschool. In The Promise of Preschool, Elizabeth Rose traces the history of decisions on early education made by presidents from Lyndon Johnson to George W. Bush, by other lawmakers, and by experts, advocates, activists, and others. Using this historical context as a lens, the book shows how the past shapes today's preschool debate and provides meaningful perspective on the policy questions that need to be addressed as we move forward: Should we provide preschool to all children, or just to the neediest? Should it be run by public schools, or incorporate private child care providers? How do we most effectively ensure educational quality and success? The Promise of Preschool is a balanced, in-depth investigation into these and other important questions and demonstrates how an understanding of the past can stimulate valuable debate about the care and education of young children today.