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Love and Learn: Positive Guidance for Young Children

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Discipline need not be punitive! Children?s immediate desires often conflict with those of the adults who care for them. This brochure discusses positive ways in which parents and caregivers can reduce typical difficulties by employing positive solutions to guide children?s behavior. As children grow older, maintaining reasonable expectations and respecting children?s feelings are important for nurturing their self-control and emotional health. Also available in Spanish (#528S).

Toys: Tools for Learning

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This brochure contains useful tips for choosing the best types of toys for children’s enjoyment, learning, and growth. It folds out into an easy-to-read, colorful chart of toys and play activities appropriate for children of different ages from birth to 8 years old.

Books to Grow On: African American Literature for Young Children

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Introducing young children to books they find appealing is crucial in developing their literacy skills and love of reading. Organized by reading level, the annotated book list gathers outstanding children's literature that interests African American children and other young readers as well.

A Good Primary School for Your Child

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When you need a simple tool to communicate the developmentally appropriate approach that characterizes your program, this appealing brochure comes in handy. It describes key areas of children's development, suggests the basic educational approach that helps children learn and thrive, and details what parents should look for in a primary school.

A Caring Place for Your Infant

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Updated 2009! When you need a simple tool to communicate the developmentally appropriate approach that characterizes your program, this appealing brochure comes in handy. It describes key areas of infants' development, suggests the basic educational approach that helps children learn and thrive, and details what parents should look for in an early childhood program. Also available in Spanish (#548S).

Including All Children: Children With Disabilities in Early Childhood Programs

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A brochure that provides information on the Americans with Disabilities Education Act and the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act as they relate to early childhood programs, plus a list of resources for technical information.

Week of the Young Child Brochure

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This brochure contains information about the 2012 Week of the Young Child theme: Early Years Are Learning Years.

Week of the Young Child is celebrated annually to remind all of us of the importance of high-quality early learning opportunities for all young children. In 2012, WOYC was April 22–28.

A Good Preschool for Your Child

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When you need a simple tool to communicate your preschool program's developmentally appropriate approach, this appealing brochure comes in handy. It describes key areas of children's development, suggests the basic educational approach that helps children learn and thrive, and details what parents should look for in a preschool program. (Updated in 2009)

 

Teaching Young Children to Resist Bias: What Parents Can Do

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When Disaster Strikes: Helping Young Children Cope

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An important guide to helping children cope with natural disasters or violent experiences. Thoroughly updated to reflect a post 9/11 society, this useful brochure offers caregivers, teachers, and families essential information on how to reaffirm children’s feelings of safety and security when they are confronted with unsettling events within their communities or through the media. Also includes guidelines for adults dealing with stressful events so that they can better aid children.

 

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