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  • Item #: 798
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    By V. Susan Bennett-Armistead, Annie M. Moses, & Nell K. Duke

    Literacy—the ability to listen, speak, read, and write—begins developing long before children enter elementary school. Catherine Snow states in the foreword: “Every early childhood setting needs a copy of this book,” and we agree.

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    By Samuel J. Meisels & Sally Atkins-Burnett

    Sound developmental screening identifies those children who should receive more extensive assessment to determine whether they need additional support for learning. Developmental Screening in Early Childhood covers the basics of selecting an appropriate instrument and setting up a screening program.

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    By Ingrid Chalufour & Karen Worth

    This third installment in the Young Scientist Series from Redleaf Press focuses children's explorations to help deepen their understanding of water and its properties—including concepts related to water's flow, appearance, and effect on objects. This nationally field-tested curriculum supports children's early development of important science inquiry skills such as questioning, investigating, discussing, and formulating ideas and theories.

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    By Ingrid Chalufour & Karen Worth

    This indispensable handbook for trainers and administrators introduces staff to the Exploring Water With Young Children curriculum—from planning to implementation. Seven basic and eight advanced workshops develop staff members understanding of science and inquiry teaching skills. Includes strategies for supporting teachers over time through mentoring and guided discussions, as well as charts, forms, and reproducible overheads for extended study and reflection. From Redleaf Press.

  • Item #: 2002
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    By Susan Conklin Thompson

    Art and literacy experiences can be integrated into the classroom to great effect, and Susan Thompson shows us how. Interpreting and creating pictorial representations is an important step on the road to literacy, as is experimenting with combinations of symbols and text. When we value and support children's symbolic expression and communication, children respond and gain confidence.

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    By Derry Koralek, ed.

    The creative arts—including music, movement, dramatic play, puppetry, painting, sculpture, and drawing—are a crucial part of early childhood. Not only do the arts allow children to express themselves, but creative activity can enhance development of children's skills in literacy, science, math, social studies, and more. This engaging collection of articles from Young Children also includes resources and carefully designed questions and activities to aid readers in reflecting on best practice.

  • Item #: 2003
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    By Judith A. Schickedanz & Renee M. Casbergue

    This detailed examination of writing in the preschool years covers the development from scribble to script, from letter strings to real words, and from simple to detailed messages. Describes how adults can identify and build the various strands of knowledge and skills that must come together for young children to understand how print works. The authors share many samples of children’s writing, as well as specific strategies providing support for children’s writing. From the International Reading Association’s Preschool Literacy Collection.

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    By Ingrid Chalufour & Karen Worth

    Learn to guide, expand, and assess children’s block play with nationally field tested curriculum that meets national standards. Block play is an important part of exploring physical properties such as gravity and balance as well as theories of structure like tension and compression. Real-life examples bring to life this exciting realm of science learning. Part of the Young Scientist Series and copublished with Redleaf Press.

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    By Marianne Torbert & Lynne Schneider

    Active movement games encourage cooperative learning, and teamwork. The book includes the research and theory behind using movement games in early childhood programs, 49 field-tested games, adaptations for responding to individual abilities and needs, a chart of perceptual-motor skills involved in each game, suggestions for parent involvement, and directions for making inexpensive equipment.

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    By Laura J. Colker

    Here is a book that invites teachers to the table—even those of us who don't see ourselves as cooks—to create tasty, wholesome projects with children. Young children certainly love to cook, and cooking experiences give them a chance to see a task through to completion and take pride in a product. As they prepare food, children learn social competence; science, math, and literacy skills; and the joy of creativity. Author Laura Colker has decades of experience cooking with children and teaching early childhood educators to do so.

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