Early Learning 123 Flashcards

Early Learning 123 Flashcards

This bumper flashcard pack is for familiarising young children with first numbers. Each of the double-sided cards have different objects or patterns of dots to count, plus the numerals and written number words from 0 to 20. Also included in the pack are hints and tips for parents and ideas for games to play, as well as 30 stickers.

Early Learning Basic Skills, Grades PK - 1

The Complete Basic Skills Resource for the Early Childhood Teacher

Early Learning Basic Skills, Grades PK - 1

Encourage a love of learning in students in grades PK–1 with Early Learning Basic Skills! This 160-page book includes more than 150 reproducible activities that cover topics such as beginning the school year, pencil and scissors skills, colors and shapes, basic concepts, the alphabet, and numbers 0–30. It also includes sight-word and number flash cards, a color mini-book, and an alphabet mini-book. The activities are great for instructional settings, independent free time, and take-home projects that parents and children can complete together. The book supports NCTE, NCTM, and NAEYC standards.

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Touch and Trace Early Learning Fun!

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Follow the finger grooves in these bumper, double-length board books for extra early learning fun! Packed with bold, colourful illustrations, these titles offer an engaging introduction to first concepts and help to develop children's hand-eye co-ordina

Early Childhood Systems

Transforming Early Learning

Early Childhood Systems

In this seminal volume, leading authorities strategize about how to create early childhood systems that transcend politics and economics to serve the needs of all young children. The authors offer different interpretations of the nature of early childhood systems, discuss the elements necessary to support their development, and examine how effectiveness can be assessed. With a combination of cutting-edge scholarship and practical examples of systems-building efforts taking place in the field, this book provides the foundation educators and policymakers need to take important steps toward developing more conceptually integrated approaches to early childhood care, education, and comprehensive services. Book Features: Provides the only up-to-date, comprehensive examination of early childhood systems.Considers new efforts to expand services, improve quality, maximize resources, and reduce inequities in early childhood.Offers a forum for the field to come together to frame a set of cogent recommendations for the future. Contributors: Kimberly Boller, Andrew Brodsky, Charles Bruner, Dean Clifford, Julia Coffman, Jeanine Coleman, Harriet Dichter, Sangree Froelicher, Eugene García, Stacie Goffin, Jodi Hardin, Karen Hill Scott, Janice Gruendel, Marilou Hyson, Amy Kershaw, Lisa G. Klein, Denise Mauzy, Geoffrey Nagle, Karen Ponder, Ann Reale, Sue Russell, Diana Schaack, Helene M. Stebbins, Jennifer M. Stedron, Kate Tarrant, Kathy R. Thornburg, Kathryn Tout, Fasaha Traylor, Jessica Vick Whittaker Sharon Lynn Kagan is the Virginia and Leonard Marx Professor of Early Childhood and Family Policy and Co-Director of the National Center for Children and Families at Teachers College, Columbia University. Kristie Kauerz is the program director for PreK-3rd Education at Harvard Graduate School of Education (HGSE). “A veritable encyclopedia of ideas on early childhood system building.” —Barbara T. Bowman,Irving B. Harris Professor of Child Development, Erikson Institute “The key to successful change is continued development of the frames of reference. Both editors have respected the past, listened to the implementers, and provided a context for moving forward. Like efforts to build systems of child development, which we must now link to growth in specific children we know by name, the book ends with robust examples of the work in progress. Sharon Lynn Kagan and Kristie Kauerz don't just talk about the work, they participate in the creation of change.” —Sherri Killins, Ed.D, Commissioner, Department of Early Education and Care, Massachusetts

Encyclopedia of Primary Prevention and Health Promotion

Encyclopedia of Primary Prevention and Health Promotion

Foundational topics such as history, ethics, and principles of primary prevention, as well as specific issues such as consultation, political issues, and financing. The second section addresses such topics as abuse, depression, eating disorders, HIV/AIDS, injuries, and religion and spirituality often dividing such topics into separate entries addressing childhood, adolescence, and adulthood.

More Everything for Early Learning, Grade K

More Everything for Early Learning, Grade K

More Everything for Early Learning is the perfect sequel to our Everything for Early Learning workbook. Featuring MORE practice in essential skills for Kindergartners to achieve success in school! Featuring an additional 320 pages of new fun and engaging activities that provide skill-and-drill in important reading, language arts, and mathematical skills. Developed with bold, appealing illustrations that motivate young learners and special practice pages ensure that children master essential skills with easy-to-understand directions. Features: Problem-solving, Deductive and analytical thinking, Addition and subtraction, Same and different, Matching, and Sequencing

Early Learning and Development

Cultural-historical Concepts in Play

Early Learning and Development

Early Learning and Development offers new models of 'conceptual play' practice and theory.

High-Quality Early Learning for a Changing World

What Educators Need to Know and Do

High-Quality Early Learning for a Changing World

This concise and accessible resource provides an overview of the fundamentals of teaching in early childhood settings (pre-K-2), with a focus on what high-quality practices look like. It details the features of developmentally appropriate, linguistically responsive, culturally relevant/sustaining teaching and how this approach can prepare our youngest citizens for the challenges of our 21st century world. Beginning with what the research tells us about how young children develop and learn, Falk shows how to create learning environments, plan, teach, and assess in ways that support children's optimal development. Specific strategies are described and explained, such as setting up the classroom environment and schedule, making smooth transitions, using effective communication strategies, and creating home-school partnerships.

Early Childhood Governance

Choices and Consequences

Early Childhood Governance

Responding to the current national concern for enhanced commitments to early education, this book examines what states are currently doing, what has proven effective, and what the existing body of knowledge offers educators, policymakers, and others seeking successful approaches to governance. Featuring chapters by prominent, thoughtful scholars and practitioners, this is the first volume to specifically focus on early childhood governance. Reflective and prospective, this seminal contribution is designed to be immediately germane to the burgeoning field of ECE. Readers will find the latest thinking, the most recent experiences, and an honest review of the governance issues facing ECE today and into the future—all in one resource. Contributors: Missy Cochenour, Harriet Dichter, Stacie G. Goffin, Rebecca E. Gomez, Rolf Grafwallner, Kathleen Hebbeler, Susan Hibbard, Sharon Lynn Kagan, Sarah LeMoine, Elliot M. Regenstein, Thomas Rendon, Beth Rous, Diana Schaack, Thomas Schultz, Catherine Scott-Little, Kate Tarrant

Inclusion in the Early Childhood Classroom

What Makes a Difference?

Inclusion in the Early Childhood Classroom

In this engaging book, the authors share stories from their practice and research about several young children with a variety of developmental delays and disabilities and their teachers. They explore the ways that teachers and children respond in real classrooms to real challenges, examining both those opportunities that are capitalized on as well as those that are missed. The book addresses a wide array of issues that contribute to our understanding of what makes a difference in the inclusive early childhood classroom, including the role of development, ways of honoring different learning styles, building a sense of classroom community, addressing power dynamics, and responding to conflict with both teachers and peers. This practical resource introduces a framework that will inspire early childhood teachers to reflect on their own practices and take action to develop new strategies for teaching in inclusive classrooms.