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Teaching Young Children
December 1, 2017

11x: Keys to Supporting Children with Allergies

Allergies are very common among preschool children, so it’s important to know about different ones and how to support the children in your care.

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Authored by: Jeanne Galbraith
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Teaching Young Children
December 1, 2017

When Things Don’t Go as Planned

Read the following story and teacher reflections from Matthew Lawrence, and use the Reflective Questions below to deepen your own thinking and shape your teaching practices.

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Authored by: Matthew Lawrence, Deb Curtis
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Healthy Young Children: A Manual for Programs, Fifth Edition
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Healthy Young Children: A Manual for Programs (5th ed.)

Promotes the health, nutrition, physical activity, and safety of children, staff members, and families. Includes standards, procedures, and resources like sample forms, letters, and checklists.

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Authored by: Susan S. Aronson
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August 1, 2013

Should Teachers Have Cell Phones in the Classroom?

What are your thoughts on teachers having cell phones in the classroom? Does your program have a policy on personal cell phone use?

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Authored by: Georgi-Ann Clarke
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Teaching Young Children
April 1, 2013

Transitions to Kindergarten

Going to kindergarten is an important life event.

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Authored by: Marie Kielty, Angele Sancho Passe, Sherrie Rose Mayle
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Teaching Young Children
December 1, 2016

Nap Time Is for Letting Go

Preschool staff might start using the transition to nap time as an opportunity to help children take a break from the day’s activities.

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Authored by: Wendy Mendola
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Article
Young Children
July 1, 2016

Read the Full Issue (July 2016)

Young Children's July 2016 issue is available as a PDF for members only. Please see the link below.
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August 12, 2016

Back to School: Why Creating Classroom Community is So Important

The children in my class contribute to classroom rules and participate in discussions with teachers about fair consequences. Early in the year, we create a classroom manifesto that distills the community’s belief system

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Authored by: Kate Kane
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YC July 2016 Issue
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Young Children
Vol. 71, No. 3
July 1, 2016

July 2016

21st Century Teaching and Learning
YC July 2016 Issue
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