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A High-Quality Program for Your Infant (brochure)

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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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Tips for parents to help children appreciate diversity and deal with others' biases. 

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.

 

Careers in Early Childhood Education

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This brochure describes what it takes to work with young children, as well as options for training and job opportunities.

 

Keeping Healthy: Parents, Teachers, and Children

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Adapted from NAEYC's Healthy Young Children and revised July 2007, this brochure offers tips for program staff and parents on ways to keep children in early childhood programs healthy. Includes practical ways to encourage proper hygiene and handle illnesses.

Tips for program staff and parents on ways to keep children in early childhood programs healthy. Includes practical ways to encourage proper hygiene and handle illnesses.

(Revised July 2007)

NAEYC Accreditation: The Right Choice for Kids

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This brochure, designed for families and the community, describes NAEYC's Accreditation process and emphasizes its role in assuring high-quality early childhood education. It includes information about NAEYC’s assessment of programs to insure a safe, nurturing, and creative environment with activities and learning experiences by a well-trained teaching staff. Also included are ways to search for an NAEYC Accredited, high-quality program near you!

A Guide for Families: Using NAEYC Standards to Find Quality Programs for Young Children

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This guide is designed to help families make the right choice when looking for a high-quality program for their young children and understand that programs accredited by NAEYC are the gold standard in their community. Based on the 10 NAEYC Early Childhood Program Standards, families will be better informed on the components necessary for early childhood program excellence.

A Caring Place for Your Toddler

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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 toddlers' development, suggests the basic educational approach that helps children learn and thrive, and details what parents should look for in an early childhood program.

 

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