The first day of French or English class can set the tone for your whole session, so it’s very important to start out on a good footing. I’ve taken my years of research and teaching experience and put them into our bilingual Magic Worlds™ 2 First Day: The Little Red Hen (French & English) Preschool-K Curriculum, so you can hit the ground running.
It literally contains the entire lesson plans for first day of The Little Red Hen curriculum, all 35 pages of it (the entire unit has 197 pages). And more…The First Day also tells you exactly how to use my products. And it includes valuable tips to ensure your success as a teacher or language entrepreneur.
It’s like getting a personal coaching session from Ana Lomba! You’ll start right from day one doing fun and engaging activities with your students.
This product is intended for immersion environments and targets fluency – so that children actually learn how to speak the language… and remember it!
What Does Magic Worlds™ 2 First Day: The Little Red Hen (French & English) Preschool-K Curriculum Contain?
- About the Curriculum
- What You Can and Can’t Do with This License
- How to Use the Songs
- How to Make the Most of the Lesson Plans in Your Particular Situation
- About Pretend Play
- Supplemental Products
- Dual Language Strategies
- Technology Brings Us Closer
- Lesson One
Note: Magic Worlds™ 2 First Day: The Little Red Hen (French & English) Preschool-K Curriculum does NOT include the ToonFlips© and the other materials included in The Little Red Hen Curriculum Set.
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What Our Customers Are Saying:
“I don’t have a lot of time to prepare, so I love how everything is just so well planned out for you already. You do a little review, you sing a song, you do a little acting, you play a little game.
“I would read through and decide which activities I could include in the time that I had with my class. It really made the time that I did spend planning and preparing very effective, and I felt very efficient.”
— Karla Alvord, preschool teacher, mom who just started teaching
“Being able to have little kids be able to speak the language in sentences and say what they want, I just thought that was fabulous. They can transition from ‘I want cereal’ to ‘I want a crayon’ or something, being able to use the words in different context.
“The kids are able to speak back and forth to each other. The other curricula I’ve seen, they would just speak to the teacher and not to each other. Now they’re able to say it to each other. That’s awesome.”
— Janet Simpson, experienced preschool teacher
“Neither one of [our teachers] had been teachers before, but it is such a thorough program, they can follow it and do it. The students love it!
“The way that Ana starts with one simple story, building on it to build a vocabulary with each individual character in the story, I just thought that was great.
“The students love it. They love the teacher. They look forward to her coming. They’ve even asked her questions about how do you say so-and-so, and it’s not even part of the lesson for the day. They are really thoroughly enjoying it.”
— Debby Daniel-Bryant, preschool administrator