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Words That Cook—Finding Inspiration for Writing (DVD)

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The award-winning PBS series is now available on DVD! Free companion online resources provide summaries of recommended books, related links and activities, and the tools for staff development and parent workshops. Each DVD includes an original episode (26:30) plus approximately 15 minutes of bonus guest material and production notes. Part 8 of 13-DVD series.

Show 8: Finding Inspiration for Writing

Drawing upon daily life, favorite books, interesting objects, and more—conversations and questions provide surefire methods for getting children's minds and pens in motion. 

 

For complete series, see #8300.

Words That Cook—The Power of Language (DVD)

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The award-winning PBS series is now available on DVD! Free companion online resources provide summaries of recommended books, related links and activities, and the tools for staff development and parent workshops. Each DVD includes an original episode (26:30) plus approximately 15 minutes of bonus guest material and production notes. Part 6 of 13-DVD series.

Show 6: The Power of Language

Children and parents (including ELL parents) feel empowered and forge bonds that last a lifetime through reading aloud, learning together, playing with idioms, and exploring cultures. 

For complete series, see #8300.

Words That Cook—Reading Relationships (DVD)

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The award-winning PBS series is now available on DVD! Free companion online resources provide summaries of recommended books, related links and activities, and the tools for staff development and parent workshops. Each DVD includes an original episode (26:30) plus approximately 15 minutes of bonus guest material and production notes. Part 5 of 13-DVD series. 

Show 5: Reading Relationships

Use books to relate to real-life events, play games, have one-on-one time, and explore family heritage—all the while building stronger relationships.

For complete series, see #8300.

Words That Cook—Putting Life Into Words (DVD)

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The award-winning PBS series is now available on DVD! Free companion online resources provide summaries of recommended books, related links and activities, and the tools for staff development and parent workshops. Each DVD includes an original episode (26:30) plus approximately 15 minutes of bonus guest material and production notes. Part 4 of 13-DVD series.

Show 4: Putting Life into Words

Incorporating puppets and voices, making up songs, playing word games, and creating poems can excite children about words. 

For complete series, see #8300.

Words That Cook—Storytelling: When! Why! How! (DVD)

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The award-winning PBS series is now available on DVD! Free companion online resources provide summaries of recommended books, related links and activities, and the tools for staff development and parent workshops. Each DVD includes an original episode (26:30) plus approximately 15 minutes of bonus guest material and production notes. Part 2 of 13-DVD series.

Show 2: Storytelling: When! Why! How!

Terrific storytelling techniques that captivate audiences use cultural icons, songs, gestures, different languages, voices, and noisy words.  

For complete series, see #8300.

Building Structures Trainers Guide and DVD

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This set, which includes a DVD and a trainer's guide, makes it easy to get teachers started with the Building Structures with Young Children (#748) curriculum. The DVD guides children’s explorations to help deepen their understanding of the physical science present in building block structures. Eight video vignettes depict the curriculum in use. Classroom scenes demonstrate children building elaborate structures—individually, working with other children, and with the teacher’s comments and questions to enhance the experience.

This set, which includes a DVD and a trainer's guide, makes it easy to get teachers started with the Building Structures with Young Children (#748) curriculum. The DVD guides children?s explorations to help deepen their understanding of the physical science present in building block structures. Eight video vignettes depict the curriculum in use. Classroom scenes demonstrate children building elaborate structures?individually, working with other children, and with the teacher?s comments and questions to enhance the experience. The accompanying comprehensive guide includes instructions and print materials for providing training: six basic workshops, eight advanced workshops, a structure for guided discussions, and a section on promoting teacher growth through mentoring. 37 min. Also available in VHS, (#765).

Discovering Nature Trainers Set With DVD

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This comprehensive guide and accompanying DVD offers an in-depth look—and visual tour—of the complete Discovering Nature With Young Children curriculum. Takes teachers through the curriculum step-by-step with discussion plans, sample charts and forms, and extensive resource suggestions. Trainer’s DVD contains eight real-life vignettes of the curriculum in use in the classroom. From Redleaf Press. 

"What Do You Do With the Mad That You Feel?" Workshop (Multimedia Training Kit)

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Materials for trainers, teachers, and child-care providers to help children manage anger and learn self-control. Methods for dealing with mad feelings, as well as ways to intervene when children act out or lose control are included. Step-by-step instructions for presenting the workshop are described in the facilitator's guide to be used with the enclosed video. Includes video (16 min), Facilitator's Guide, CD-ROM with PowerPoint and PDF files, handout masters, background materials, and children's booklist.

Teaching the Whole Child in the Kindergarten (DVD)

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This DVD beautifully depicts elements of developmentally appropriate teaching, curriculum, and assessment in two kindergarten classrooms, public and private, in Hawaii. It illustrates principles of good practice, such as integrated curriculum, that can be applied in any location. From Child Care Connections and the Children's School of Boise.

27 min.

Developmentally Appropriate Practice: A Focus on Intentionality and on Play (DVD-ROM)

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This DVD-ROM features the video segments from NAEYC's two online programs—"DAP and Intentionality" and "DAP and Play"—produced by NAEYC with the 2009 release of the third edition of Developmentally Appropriate Practice in Early Childhood Programs Serving Children From Birth Through Age 8.

Each video includes presentations from practitioners and other experts in the field and scenes depicting developmentally appropriate practice in action—in classrooms for infants, toddlers, preschoolers, kindergartners, and primary grade children. "DAP and Intentionality" addresses ways in which teachers intentionally use a variety of learning formats and teaching strategies to support children's learning. "DAP and Play" focuses on the characteristics and types of play and the teacher's role in supporting high-level play. Also included are PDF versions of handouts for each video that highlight the key messages of the programs.

Note: This DVD disc is meant to be played on a computer with a DVD drive.

 

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