New Product: Children’s Literacy Initiative’s Blueprint for Early Learning

Are your teachers excited about purchasing a new prekindergarten system?  Take a look at Learning List’s reviews of Children’s Literacy Initiative’s Blueprint for Early Learning.

Children’s Literacy Initiative’s Blueprint for Early Learning is a comprehensive program for prekindergarten that helps teacher plan engaging, intentional, responsive instruction. The product is comprised of digital teacher and classroom materials, most of which are printable in PDF format.  

The program supports connections to the real-world through theme-based unit projects and provides a “spotlight” on social and emotional learning in each unit. Adaptions for special populations are limited and primarily consist of general instructional suggestions. Materials are provided in English only.

Resources for teachers include detailed daily lesson plans with a heavily scripted instructional narrative and numerous additional supports in the form of instructional suggestions and detailed explanations of activities.

Student resources include digital and printable materials, but the program does not include manipulatives, center materials, or consumable supplies.

Read Learning List’s full editorial review to learn more about how the material addresses and assesses students’ learning needs.

In addition to the editorial review, Learning List has completed a review of the material’s technology compatibility.  To learn more about this product and thousands more PreK-12 instructional materials, contact Learning List for subscription information.

About Children’s Literacy Initiative*

Children’s Literacy Initiative is a non-profit “working with pre-k through 5th grade teachers to improve early literacy instruction so that children become powerful readers, writers, and thinkers.” CLI’s goal is to “close the literacy achievement gap between disadvantaged children and their more affluent peers.”

*Information in this section is provided by or adapted from Children’s Literacy Initiative.