- Q&A with the author of Big Body Play
during an online event from June 20–24, 2011. Read the questions and her responses below! ... write Big Body Play: Why Boisterous, Vigorous, and Very Physical Play Is Essential to Children’s ... involves girls! I am looking forward to reading your book and appreciate your passion on this subject and ...
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- Back to School Tips from Supporting Students, Meeting Standards
and writing children will create that reflects their interests, class topics, families, and cultures. ... outdoor activities, such as writing, making lists, and tallying and tabulating data. If families are not ... students to write and illustrate a book about themselves and their families. This activity is particularly ...
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- A World of Difference: Readings on Teaching Young Children in a Diverse Society
development. Its coverage of the various types of diversity found among children and families in society today is timely and comprehensive. The thought-provoking questions and situations posed for each section ... of difference: Readings on teaching young children in a diverse society. Washington, DC: NAEYC. ...
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- Q&A with the editors of Our Inquiry, Our Practice
comments during an online event from April 23–27, 2012. Read the questions and their responses below! ... Supporting, and Learning from Early Childhood Teacher Research(ers) Read the online journal ... awareness of the language you use to write about children and their families (for example, that you use a ...
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- Supporting Students, Meeting Standards: Best Practices for Engaged Learning in First, Second, and Third Grades
second, and third grade teachers describes best practices for promoting learning and development while helping students meet standards. You will find information, ideas, experiences, and activities that Promote positive approaches to learning and foster students’ social and emotional development ...
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- Words That Cook—Writing Begins With Original Ideas (DVD)
of bonus guest material and production notes. Part 3 of 13-DVD series . Show 3: Writing ... Language , Literacy , Writing 8303_0.jpg ... resources provide summaries of recommended books, related links and activities, and the tools for staff ...
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- Excerpt from Spotlight on Young Children: Exploring Language and Literacy
(read excerpt, read the excerpt sagacious sophisticated and sedulous the importance ... Sagacious, Sophisticated, and Sedulous: The Importance of Discussing ... vocabulary. As a consequence, sophisticated vocabulary learning is thwarted and opportunities to nurture ...
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- Our Family of Films: The Read to Me Collection (DVD)
pleasures triumph over the often challenging realities when introducing reading and books into the lives of ... parents, babies, and books in important ways. From the Read to Me Program. (our family films the ... Reading Aloud , Reading with young children Catalog: Multimedia ...
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- Q&A with Dan Gartrell
Read the questions and his answers below! Normal 0 ... mail today and have not read it all. I really like the first 2 chapters. I noted your 3 categories of ... kickimg and pinching) whining and complaining. I have used love and logic, read 'help me be ...
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- How Music Sets the Tone for Learning
Itsy-Bitsy Spider,” and “Old MacDonald” never get old. Sing when reading aloud stories. Phrases ... educator, author, and presenter. She write about rhythm instruments, creativity, and music in the early ... the beat as we begin music time. Soon Nyra, Mason, and Aditya are clapping, too. Sophia pats the floor ...
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