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Title

Author

Subject

Description

Code

Year of Shapes, A

Kranyik

Preschool, Curriculum

Shapes Teaching Unit

L2-7

You Can’t Come to My Birthday Party!

Evans

Behavior & Guidance

Conflict resolution with young children

FCC1

Young Child and Mathematics, The

Copley, NAEYC

Math, Preschool

Activities and strategies to create mathematic worlds for children

SR2

Young Exceptional Children

Division for Early Childhood

Behavior & Guidance, Child Issues

Practical ideas for addressing challenging behaviors

GE4, CCRR

Young Investigators: The Project Approach in the Early Years

Helm, Katz, NAEYC

Curriculum

Ideas for developing investigative projects with young children

CCRR

Young Investigators: The Project Approach in the Early Years, 2nd Ed

Helm, Katz, NAEYC

Curriculum

Ideas for developing investigative projects with young children.

TBP2

Your Child at Play: Birth to One Year

Segal

Infant/Toddler, Child Development, Play & Games

Infant development info and activity ideas

IT4, L1-2

Your Child at Play: One to Two Years

Segal, Adcock

Infant/Toddler, Child Development, Play & Games

Toddlers exploring daily living, learning, making friends, development and activity ideas

IT4

Your Child at Play: Two to Three Years

Segal, Adcock

Infant/Toddler, Child Development, Play & Games

Growing up, language and the imagination, toddler development and activity ideas

IT4

Your Child at Play: Three to Five Years

Segal, Adcock

Preschool, Play & Games, Child Issues & Development

Preschoolers’ conversation, creativity, cognitive learning, development and activity ideas

L1-1, SR3

Your Child’s Self-Esteem

Briggs

Behavior & Guidance

Step-by-step guidelines for raising responsible, productive, happy children

L2-3

Your New Potty

Cole

Child Issues & Development

Children’s book about going to the potty

FCC2

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