Social Studies for Young Children

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Gayle Mindes discusses why the social studies as the central unifying force for young children. Teachers use the inquiry process to foster child development of social skills and citizenship ideals in their first classroom experiences. Curriculum is built starting with children’s natural curiosity to foster literacy in all its form-speaking, listening, reading, writing.

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