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Author

Subject

Description

Code

A Show of Hands: Using Puppets with Young Children

Crepeau, Richards

Curriculum & Activities

Innovative ways to use puppets as valuable and developmentally appropriate teaching tools

SN4

Absorbent Mind, The

Montessori

Child Development

Montessorian Theory

L2-4

Active for Life

Sanders

Movement, Preschool

Developmentally appropriate movement programs for young children

SR3

Active Learning for Children With Disabilities

Bailey, Cryer, Harms, Osborne, Kniest

Special Needs

How to include children with disabilities in a safe care setting

L2-7

Active Learning for Infants

Cryer, Harms, Bourland

ActivitiesInfant/Toddler

Over 300 activities for infants, newborn through 12 months old.

IT1

Active Learning for Ones

Cryer, Harms, Bourland

ActivitiesInfant/Toddler

Over 300 activities for one-year-olds (12-24 months old).

IT2

Active Learning for Twos

Cryer, Harms, Bourland

ActivitiesInfant/Toddler

Over 400 activities for two-year-olds (24-36 months old).

IT3

Active Learning for Threes

Cryer, Harms, Bourland

ActivitiesInfant/Toddler

Over 400 activities for three-year-olds (36-48 months old).

IT4

Activities for School-Age Child Care

Blakley, Blau, Brady, Streibert, Zavitkovsky, Zavitkovsky, NAEYC

Activities, School-Age

Play and learning activities for school-age child care

SA3

Activities for the Spark, Volume 1

Lewman, Fowler

Curriculum, Early Literacy

Curriculum designed around children’s books

CCRR

Activities for the Spark, Volume 2

Lewman, Fowler

Curriculum, Early Literacy

Curriculum designed around children’s books

CCRR

Activities That Teach Family Values

Jackson

School-Age, Child Issues, Behavior & Guidance

Activities to teach values, ages 7 - 15

SA1

Administering Programs for Young Children

McCracken, NAEYC

Business

Covers staffing, programming, child health, families and management

CCRR

Advocates in Action

Robinson, Stark

Business, Child Issues

Guide to influencing policy and practice to the benefit of young children

L2-8

Ages and Stages

Miller

Child Development

Overview of child development, birth to age 8

L1-1, RT2, RT1, RT3, RT4

Airport

Wawrychuk, McSweeney

Curriculum, Art

Books, Games, Props and Art ideas for teaching about airports

SR3

All About Me

Pfeffer

Curriculum, Preschool

Developing self-image and self-esteem with hands-on learning activities

IT2, L2-7

All Kids Count

Doggett, George

Special Needs

Child care and Americans with Disabilities Act

SN1

Almost-Instant Scrapbooks

Check

Art & Crafts

Quick and easy scrapbooking suggestions

SA3

American Sign Language Babies, First Signs photo

Breindel, Carter

Special Needs

14 illustrated images showing the typical signs babies can master first

SN2

American Sign Language Babies, Get Dressed photo

Breindel, Carter

Special Needs

14 illustrated images showing signs used when dressing

SN2

American Sign Language Babies, Let's Eat photo

Breindel, Carter

Special Needs

14 illustrated images showing signs used at mealtime

SN2

American Sign Language Babies, Outside photo

Breindel, Carter

Special Needs

14 illustrated images showing signs associated with outside

SN2

And the Cow Jumped Over the Moon!

Schiller, Moore

Curriculum, Music & Rhymes

Over 650 activities to teach toddlers using familiar rhymes and songs

RT3

Anna Banana: 101 Jump-Rope Rhymes

Cole

Movement, Play & Games

101 jump-rope rhymes

SA3

Ants in Their Pants

Cross

Special Needs

Teaching children who must move to learn

SN4

Art: Basic for Young Children

Lasky, Mukerji, NAEYC

Art , Preschool

Why and how to implement art and creative experiences

CCRR

Attention Zone, The

Cohen

Special Needs, Behavior

Parents’ guide to Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder

SN1

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