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Get Set For School - Language & Literacy - Pre-K Teacher's Guide
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Get Set For School - Language & Literacy - Pre-K Teacher's Guide

This language and literacy program will suit your children and grow with them.

Whether you are a long time fan or brand new to Get Set for School, we know you'll enjoy this Pre-K Language and Literacy program. It's child-friendly and developmentally based. This program will also fit into your day and your way of teaching. You'll find that the materials and activities in this program will help you stimulate and sustain learning. This program respects children's need for self-directed play, while still responsibly preparing them for kindergarten. This guide is organised by Pre-K teaching domains and learning skills/benchmarks so you can have confidence your children are well prepared to meet kindergarten expectations. At the same time, we treasure children's natural curiosity and creativity. We respect what children already know and how much they learn independently. You'll find many suggestions for keeping their learning active and joyful.

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