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Young Children Journal - January 2006

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Did you miss this issue of NAEYC's award winning journal Young Children? January 2006 features a cluster of articles on "Supporting and Involving Families in Meaningful Ways." While supplies last.

Teaching Young Children Vol. 5 #4

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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 April/May 2012 issue features articles on playground safety, autism spectrum disorder, rough play, and taking care of yourself.

To subscribe, please visit the TYC website or call 800-424-2460.

Young Children Journal - March 2012

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The March issue shares real stories from real classrooms. Read about how children respond to their teacher’s battle with breast cancer, the use of digital photography to engage infant and toddler caregivers in reflective practice, and how a physical science inquiry approach supports children's problem-solving skills. Visit the Young Children website to read these articles and more.

 

Young Children Journal - September 2011

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The September 2011 cluster of Young Children, “Fostering Critical Thinking and Problem-Solving Skills in Young Children,” offers various approaches to build on children’s natural inquisitiveness. Articles cover implementing critical inquiry curricula, incorporating a metacognitive approach to reading comprehension in second grade, creating movement activities that enhance preschoolers’ working memory, using homemade toys to promote infant and toddler cognitive development, and more. 

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Teaching Young Children Vol 3. #1 NEXT

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The Teaching Young Children Staff Development Guide, NEXT, is designed for center directors, staff development specialists, and teacher educators for use in meetings, training sessions, or in-service days. Each issue of NEXT takes an in-depth approach to several of the articles in Teaching Young Children, and provides key points to reinforce, discussion prompts, workshop activities, and ideas for applying content. Corresponds with TYC vol. 3 no. 1.

Young Children Journal - November 2012

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In the November "Role of Relationships" issue of Young Children, read about promoting boy-girl interactions to increase children’s peer-building skills, creating healing relationships with traumatized children through reflective practice, and using sophisticated vocabulary to support children’s literacy skills.

Young Children Journal - July 2006

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Did you miss this issue of NAEYC's award winning journal Young Children? The July 2006 edition features a cluster of articles on "Infants and Toddlers." While supplies last.

Young Children Journal - May 2006

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Did you miss this issue of NAEYC's award winning journal Young Children? May 2006 features a cluster of articles on "Nutrition and Fitness." While supplies last.

Teaching Young Children Vol. 3 #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 2010 issue features articles on puppets, dramatic play, playdough, and using children's books to explore math.

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Young Children Journal - November 2010

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Early childhood educators have a professional responsibility to understand and respond to diversity. The articles in this special issue of Young Children, which focuses on early childhood education across the globe, will help both U.S. and international readers by finding similarities, appreciating differences, and learning lessons from one another. Cluster articles describe new programs and developments in Azerbaijan, Bangladesh, China, Denmark, El Salvador, India, and Paraguay.

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