In this article, we share how reading experiences served as jumping off points for exploring how disability representation in children’s literature can be incorporated as an essential component of teacher preparation and children’s literacy learning.
In this article, we discuss the benefits of engaging children in math learning through shared reading, outlining strategies that early childhood educators can use to extend the math during shared reading of both mathematical and non-mathematical books.
Megan Onesti, Colleen Uscianowski, Michèle M. Mazzocco
When planned, implemented, and individualized to meet children’s strengths and needs, inclusive practices can lead to positive outcomes for all children in the form of increased access, membership, participation, friendships, and support.
Knowing that readers will want to dive into the rich collection of high-quality titles featured in this issue, Young Children has introduced an online catalogue of the books found in this issue’s articles.