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Young Children Journal - July 2014

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Young Children Journal - May 2014

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In the May Issue— Play in the Early Childhood Years — discover how children learn through superhero play, what takes place when teachers and children play together in a multicultural and multilingual classroom, which toys promote high-quality play, and more.

To subscribe, visit the Young Children website or call 800-424-2460.

Young Children Journal - March 2014

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The March “Real Stories From Real Classrooms” issue of Young Children explores diverse topics in early childhood, including helping kindergartners connect with their school community, teaming up elementary and preschool children for a buddy-reading program, preparing substitute teachers to ensure successful classroom experiences, and more.

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Teaching Young Children Vol. 7 #3

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Teaching Young Children is NAEYC's magazine for anyone who works with preschoolers. Colorful, informative, and easy-to-read, TYC is packed full of teaching ideas, strategies, and tips. The February/March 2014 issue features articles on mud play, engaging families, and science.

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Teaching Young Children Vol. 7 #2

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Teaching Young Children is NAEYC's magazine for anyone who works with preschoolers. Colorful, informative, and easy-to-read, TYC is packed full of teaching ideas, strategies, and tips. In the December 2013/January 2014 issue of TYC focuses on the theme of individualizing instruction. Read articles about individualizing learning centers, using powerful interactions, and meeting preschoolers' sensory needs.

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Young Children Journal - November 2013

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Explore “Positive Guidance in the Early Years: Using Developmentally Appropriate Strategies,” the November 2013 issue of Young Children. Learn about fostering children’s friendship skills in kindergarten and the primary grades, using effective morning transitions with toddlers, incorporating musical play in early childhood classrooms, and more.

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Teaching Young Children Vol. 7 #1

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Teaching Young Children is NAEYC's magazine for anyone who works with preschoolers. Colorful, informative, and easy-to-read, TYC is packed full of teaching ideas, strategies, and tips. In the October/November 2013 issue of TYC, read articles about building thinking skills, making open-ended art, and solving problems with preschoolers.

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Young Children Journal - September 2013

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The September issue of Young Children highlights environments that engage and inspire young learners. Read about practitioners including animals in early childhood settings, toddlers’ explorations of fascinating materials, kindergartners who create a natural outdoor playscape, and more.

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Young Children Journal - July 2013

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In the July 2013 Using Documentation and Assessment to Support Children’s Learning issue, learn about integrating the families in the child assessment process, using a five-step process to help teachers of primary-age children design developmentally appropriate assessments, involving preschool and kindergarten children in the selection of portfolio pieces to promote children’s metacognition, and more.

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Young Children Journal - May 2005

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Did you miss this issue of NAEYC's award winning journal Young Children? May 2005 features a cluster of articles on "Environments." While supplies last.
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