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Opening the World of Learning Curriculum

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Opening the World of Learning Curriculum

Opening the World of Learning (OWL) is a comprehensive early literacy program designed for use with preschoolers. OWL strives to take advantage of the critical years that lead to later academic success and social adjustment. The research-based activities used in the OWL curriculum foster children’s learning in all content areas.

There are six units in the curriculum with the following themes: Families, Friends, Wind & Water, Colors, Shadows, and Things that Grow. Each unit focuses on reading and activities associated to that theme. The unit skills include language and literacy, social studies, science, mathematics, social and emotional development, the arts, and physical development.

http://www.pearsonlearning.com/microsites/owl/format.cfm

http://www.pearsonlearning.com/microsites/owl/pdfs/FoundationalResearch.pdf

Click the links below for OWL Unit Book Lists

 

 

 

 

             

 

For more information on our projects, or to volunteer your assistance in the UIC-ERF efforts,
please contact the project director William Teale at wteale@uic.edu.

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