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Child growth and development: Overview

Inclusive classrooms, Back to basics, Summer 2020.
Supporting play—and learning—throughout early childhood by Louise Parks, Summer 2020.
Blocks, Back to basics, Spring 2020.
If dolls could talk, what might they say? By Barbara Langham, Spring 2020.
Calling all flu fighters: Resources for understanding, preventing, and fighting the flu, Winter 2019.
Music and creative movement, Back to basics, Winter 2019.
Protect children and prevent abuse, Winter 2019.
Teaching through learning centers, Back to basics, Fall 2019.
Learning center overview, Back to basics, Summer 2019.
We’re all the same—and different: Learning about similarities and differences in people, Summer 2019.
Emergency care and first aid: Be ready by Barbara Langham, Spring 2019.
Fathers in picture books: Role models matter, Spring 2019.
Safety: A first step in quality care by Barbara Langham, Winter 2018.
Rethinking developmental domains to improve classroom observations by Zlata Stankovi-Ramirez and Josh Thompson, Fall 2018.
Teaching children personal hygiene by Barbara Langham, Spring 2018.
What it’s like to be a schoolager, Back to basics, Winter 2017.
What it’s like to be a preschooler, Back to basics, Fall 2017.
bullet What itís like to be a toddler, Back to basics, Summer 2017.
What it’s like to be a baby, Back to basics, Spring 2017.
Infants: Soak up learning with sponges, Winter 2016.
Fostering critical thinking in young children by Hannah Mills Mechler, Fall 2016.
Kindergarten: Getting ready for big school by Elizabeth Morgan Russell, Fall 2016.
Back to basics: Hearing and hearing impairments, Summer 2016.
Making inclusion work, Early Childhood Intervention, Spring 2016.
Back to basics: Inclusive classrooms, Winter 2015.
Tips for preventing challenging behavior, Early Childhood Intervention, Winter 2015.
Back to basics: Child guidance: Getting inside the child’s world, Fall 2015.
The sensory table: Land of a thousand experiences by Louise Parks, Winter 2014.
Always busy: Little learnings for idle moments, Fall 2014.
Circle time: Making large group activities work by Louise Parks, Fall 2014.
Healthy smiles: Start now, Summer 2014.
Tips for feeding picky eaters, Summer 2014.
Attachment: Bringing childhood behavior theory to real life by Sarah Y. Keramati, Spring 2014.
Science and discovery, Back to basics, Spring 2014.
Outdoor play, Back to basics, Winter 2013.
Art for children with delays and disabilities: Teaching the way children learn by Whitney Colvin and Elizabeth McCarroll, Fall 2013.
Standardized testing in kindergarten: It’s a topsy-turvy world by Joan Fulenwider, Summer 2013.
Dramatic play, Back to basics, Winter 2012.
Art center, Back to basics, Fall 2012.
Library center, Back to basics, Summer 2012.
Portfolios: Tell the story of assessment and learning, Summer 2012.
bullet Blocks, Back to basics, Spring 2012.
bullet Sequence and milestones: Planning for meaningful learning and authentic assessment, Spring 2012.
bullet Learning centers, Back to basics, Winter 2011.
bullet Which character traits help children succeed? by Barbara Langham, Winter 2011.
bullet Woodworking: A constructive learning center by Cathy Abraham, Winter 2011.
bullet Puppets: Make them and use them, Fall 2011.
Television in early care programs: Cautions and guidelines by Brigitte Vittrup, Winter 2010, page 24.
Learning centers for everyone, Summer 2010, page 24.
What it’s like to be a schoolager, Summer 2010, Back to basics, inside front cover.
Infant nursery games: Standing the test of time, Spring 2010, page 10.
What it’s like to be a preschooler, Spring 2010, Back to basics, inside front cover.
What it’s like to be a toddler, Winter 2009, Back to basics, inside front cover.
The achievement gap: What early childhood educators need to know by Barbara A. Langham, Fall 2009, page 14.
What it’s like to be a baby, Fall 2009, Back to basics, inside front cover.
Family diversity in children’s literature by Elaine Garcia, Spring 2009, page 10.
How to support bilingualism in early childhood by M. Victoria Rodríguez, Winter 2008, page 24.
Sudden Infant Death Syndrome—New recommendations, Winter 2008, page 40.
Tomorrow’s architects and engineers: They’re hammering and sawing in today’s classrooms by Dianne Pape and Barbara Hatcher, Fall 2008, page 10.
Dramatic play: Bring it on back! by Tammy Benson, Fall 2008, page 24.
The best toys—and teaching materials—are (almost) free, Summer 2008, page 40.
Manipulatives, Back to basics, Summer 2008, inside front cover.
Science: It’s a process, Summer 2008, page 10.
Help children brush their teeth, Early Childhood Intervention, Spring 2008, page 23.
ADHD: Leave the diagnosis to the doctor, Winter 2007, page 24.
More ideas for thematic units, Winter 2007, page 7.
Studying themes with preschoolers by Laverne Warner, Winter 2007, page 2.
Teacher-child interaction: How are you at brain building?, Winter 2007, page 12.
Child guidance: Get inside the child’s world, Back to basics, Fall 2007, inside front cover.
Too old for read-aloud books? Never!, Spring 2007, page 18.
Which hand? Brains, fine motor skills, and holding a pencil, Spring 2007, page 36.
Year one—in pictures, Winter 2006, page 24.
Child guidance: An overview, Back to basics, Summer 2006, inside front cover.
Early literacy: The essentials, Part 4: Supporting and assessing emergent reading and writing, Summer 2006, page 2.
Early literacy: The essentials, Part 3: Phonological awareness and the alphabet, Spring 2006, page 2.
What to do when you can’t find you: Exposing children to culturally relevant literature, Spring 2006, page 18.
Early literacy: The essentials, Part 2: Sharing books and asking questions, Winter 2005, page 2.
Revisiting Bloom’s taxonomy: Asking better questions, Winter 2005, page 40.
Early literacy: The essentials, Part 1: Beginning conversations, Fall 2005, page 2.
Seeing, hearing, and smelling the world: Your senses, Summer 2005, page 24.
What’s it like to be a school-ager? Back to basics, Summer 2003, inside front cover.
What’s it like to be a preschooler? Back to basics, Spring 2003, inside front cover.
Yes, Michael: Reflections on how inclusion can build social skills, Spring 2003, page 24.
What’s it like to be a toddler? Back to basics, Winter 2002, inside front cover.
What’s it like to be a baby? Back to basics, Fall 2002, inside front cover.
Baby care basics: What every infant caregiver needs to know, Spring 2002, page 24.
Classroom basics: How environments affect young children, Fall 2001, page 2.
Teach life science concepts—with picture books, Fall 2001, page 32.
Explorations with the sand and water table, Summer 2001, page 28.
From scribbles to stories: Supporting writing development, Summer 2001, page 2.
Finding the way: Geography for young learners, Spring 2001, page 24.
Where is it? Geography for young learners, Winter 2000, page 24.
Shaken Baby Syndrome: What caregivers need to know, Spring 2000, page 16.
Sudden Infant Death Syndrome: Facts for caregivers, Spring 2000, page 20.
Starting on the write foot: Helping parents understand how children learn to read and write, Winter 1999, page 2.
When something isn’t right: Developmental delays and disabilities, Winter 1999, page 18.
Helping school-agers plan—for fun and learning, Spring 1999, page 24.
Planning curriculum for infants, Spring 1999, page 2.
Classrooms for school-agers, Winter 1998, page 11.
Teaching through learning centers, Back to basics, Fall 1998, inside front cover.
Developmentally appropriate practice—Buzz words or best practice, Summer 1998, page 8.