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  • TYC Article
    Most children who are refugees have experienced hardship and trauma, so it’s vital that they feel welcomed by teachers and peers in their new classrooms. Here are some ideas to get you started.
    Tips on inclusion

     

  • TYC article
    To be an effective teacher, remember that regardless of individual needs, children are first and foremost children—and best practices for young children are best practices for all young children. Here are some ideas to help you set the stage for a great year for everyone.
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  • Message in a Backpack™
    Explore the wonder of learning with your children anytime, anywhere! As your children head back to school, do these simple everyday activities together to reinforce their learning.
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Curious George

Rosemary Wells

Author and illustrator Rosemary Wells has written more than 120 books with funny and realistic themes and characters. As you head back to school, use the following books to inspire in children a love not just of reading but also of reading aloud!

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More on Children's Literature and Classroom Resources

 

Message in a Backpack™

Tips you can share with families

These handouts are meant to be printed out and sent home with children as a resource for parents and other adult caregivers!

Current Issue

Learning through Everyday Activities
 

Play

Rough-and-Tumble Play

Let Children Be Children

Play Games While Waiting with Young Children

 

Nature/Outdoors

Spending Time Outdoors with Your Child

A Family Shadow Walk

Tips for Sun Safety

Reading and Literacy

Everyone Can Be a Storyteller

What's New at the Library?

For The Love Of Books

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Tesoros y Colores

Tesoros y Colores era la versión en español de Teaching Young Children, la revista de NAEYC para los maestros de preescolar publicada entre 2007 y 2015. Los miembros cuentan con un archivo digital en internet que incluye material desde el año 2012.

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