All Family Content

Young girl smiling
Toddler with hand in mouth
Blog
January 4, 2017

“如果把颜料涂在手上会有什么害处吗?” 1-3岁学步儿在家参与感官活动的指南 "What's the harm if I paint my arm?": A Toddler's Guide to Sensory Activities in the Home

Just as infants and toddlers need experience crawling or scooting to learn to walk and babbling and crying to learn to talk, they need to practice using their hands to control art supplies and practice using their minds to figure out how art supplies work

Authored by

Authored by: Julia Luckenbill
Members Only
Child wearing Face Mask

DAP in the Time of COVID: Questions to Consider

NAEYC’s Early Learning Program Standards and Assessment Items to compile a set of questions and considerations. These are designed to help educators and administrators think through options, opportunities, & tradeoffs as you support children and families
Members Only
A professional speaking with other people around the room.

Endnotes

The endnotes are available as a PDF for readers to print and use as they read the statement.
Members Only
A group of young children listening to an adult talking.

Appendix C: Acknowledgements

NAEYC appreciates the work of the Developmentally Appropriate Practice/Diversity and Equity Workgroup and the Early Learning Systems Committee, who participated in the development of this statement. See a full list here.
Members Only
Two children reading with each other.

Appendix B: Glossary

Learn about the terms used in the Developmentally Appropriate Practice position statement.
Members Only
A child and a family member in silhouette against a setting sun.
Blog
May 30, 2020

A Message From NAEYC: We Stand Together

NAEYC continues to work towards advancing equity with humility and awareness of our history and limitations, and a recognition that no individual, leader or organization has all the answers.

Authored by

Authored by: Ann Terrell Rhian Evans Allvin
Members Only