Deer Park ECEAP School Closure Page
Construction site, pardon our dust! Building in progress…
We’re working on translating some great, and hopefully helpful, information to this page. Stay tuned and check back weekly! (Click on the banner below to check out some wonderful free books!)
TumbleBooks are animated picture books and read alongs that teach kids the joy of reading in a format they’ll love. Access is FREE through August 31 for all D.P. ECEAP students and teachers – click the image below for easy access!
Resources & Links
A great toolkit of short, age specific video clips. Ideas of things to do with your kids at home to enhance their learning. Provided by our friends at Ready Rosie, Creative Curriculum and Teaching Strategies, the folks who create the lessons we use in our classes!
Shubert’s Home will give you ideas of how you can set up schedules, rules, ways to be helpful, rituals, and more to visually help your child at home! These visual aids are used in your child’s classroom. You can make these visual aids with your child so they are a part of the process too! They can be simple, be as creative as you please!
- Matt Man helps children learn Body Awareness and gives preparation for writing
If the link above to the website tumblebooklibrary.com isn’t working, then go there, type in FREEbooks4us in the User name box and Trial in the Password box to access all the fun. Happy reading!!
Don’t forget to check out Audible or Kindle Read alouds too. There are some free trials there and free books offered daily.
Parents and Teachers: Don’t forget to get a little quality reading time in yourself! If you have the Kindle app on your computer or phone (download it) or a tablet of any kind, you’re set. Go to https://www.thefussylibrarian.com/
You’ll find books of all genres for older children and adults. Check in daily for new free titles available or sign up to be notified. Warning fellow book lovers: it’s addictive!
Provided to support caregivers in learning trauma sensitivity. Broken into 8 sections, focusing on topics like resiliency, emotions, attachment (safety and security) and behaviors.