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PROFESSIONAL READING

 

P.P.     011.62     M216re

Mahoney, Ellen.  READY, SET READ: BEST BOOKS TO PREPARE PRESCHOOLERS. c1985.


P.R.    028.5   G553li    2000

Glazer, Joan I. LITERATURE FOR YOUNG CHILDREN. c2000.

 

P.R.    305.231    T782ea

Trawick-Smith, Jeffrey W.  EARLY CHILDHOOD DEVELOPMENT: A MULTICULTURAL PERSPECTIVE. c2000.

 

P.R.    305.3    D255fr

Davies, Bronwyn.  FROGS AND SNAILS AND FEMINIST TALES: PRESCHOOL CHILDREN AND GENDER. c2003.  

 

P.R.    370.117    B369bu

Beaty, Janice J.  BUILDING BRIDGES WITH MULTICULTURAL PICTURE BOOKS: FOR CHILDREN 3-5. c1997.

 

P.R .    370.153    R686un

Rodd, Jillian.  UNDERSTANDING YOUNG CHILDREN'S BEHAVIOR: A GUIDE FOR EARLY CHILDHOOD PROFESSIONALS. c1996.

 

P.R.   370.157    D858su

Duffy, Bernadette.  SUPPORTING CREATIVITY AND IMAGINATION IN THE EARLY YEARS. c1998.

 

P.R.    370.19345    S338to

Schlank, Carol Hilgartner.  TOGETHER AND EQUAL: FOSTERING COOPERATIVE PLAY AND PROMOTING GENDER EQUITY IN EARLY CHILDHOOD PROGRAMS. c1997.

 

P.R.    370.7122    H999pr

National Association for the Education of Young Children.  PREPARING EARLY CHILDHOOD PROFESSIONALS: NAEYC'S STANDARDS FOR PROGRAMS. c1996.

 

P.R.    370.9    W855le

Wolfe, Jennifer.  LEARNING FROM THE PAST: HISTORICAL VOICES IN EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION.  c2000.

 

P.R.    371.102    A377ea

Alexander, Nancy.  EARLY CHILDHOOD WORKSHOPS THAT WORK!: THE ESSENTIAL GUIDE TO SUCCESSFUL TRAINING AND WORKSHOPS. c2000.

 

P.R.    371.102    P119fi

Packard, Emma.  500 TIPS FOR PRIMARY TEACHERS. c1997.

 

P.R.    371.241    F533in

Fisher, Bobbi.  INSIDE THE CLASSROOM: TEACHING KINDERGARTEN AND FIRST GRADE. c1996.

 

P.R.     371.26     M663as   2003

Mindes, Gayle.  ASSESSING YOUNG CHILDREN. c2003.


P.R.    371.3    B671cl

Boehm, Ann E. THE CLASSROOM OBSERVER: DEVELOPING OBSERVATION SKILLS IN EARLY CHILDHOOD SETTINGS. c1997.

 

P.R.    371.33    E61pi

Entz, Susan. PICTURE THIS : DIGITAL AND INSTANT PHOTOGRAPHY ACTIVITES FOR EARLY CHILDHOOD LEARNING. c2000.

 

P.R.    371.334    C338ea

Casey, Jean Marie.  EARLY LITERACY: THE EMPOWERMENT OF TECHNOLOGY.  c2000.

 

P.R.    371.3356    G434

THE GIANT ENCYCLOPEDIA OF CIRCLE TIME AND GROUP ACTIVITIES FOR CHILDREN 3 TO 6. c1996.

 

P.R.    371.3356    H564cr

Herr, Judy.  CREATIVE RESOURCES FOR BULLETIN BOARDS IN THE EARLY CHILDHOOD CLASSROOM. c1997.

 

P.R.    371.36    K19en

Katz, Lilian.  ENGAGING CHILDREN'S MINDS: THE PROJECT APPROACH.  c2000.

 

P.R.    371.392    W479mo

Wentworth, Roland A. Lubienski.  MONTESSORI FOR THE NEW MILLENNIUM. c1999.

P.R.    371.393    K13ch

Kaiser, Barbara.  CHALLENGING BEHAVIOR IN YOUNG CHILDREN: UNDERSTANDING, PREVENTING, AND RESPONDING EFFECTIVELY. c2003.

 

P.R.    371.9    K321e

Kemple, Kristen Mary.  LET'S BE FRIENDS: PEER COMPETENCE AND SOCIAL INCLUSION IN EARLY CHILDHOOD PROGRAMS. c2004.

 

P.R.    371.9    K64st

Klein, M. Diane. STRATEGIES FOR INCLUDING CHILDREN WITH SPECIAL NEEDS IN EARLY CHILDHOOD SETTINGS. c2001.

 

P.R.    371.9    S213pr

Sandall, Susan and Ostrosky, Michaelene, co-editors. PRACTICAL IDEAS FOR ADDRESSING CHALLENGING BEHAVIORS.  c1999.

 

P.R.    371.9046    C771ad

Cook, Ruth E.  ADAPTING EARLY CHILDHOOD CURRICULA FOR CHILDREN IN INCLUSIVE SETTINGS. c2000.

 

P.R.    372.11    B274ev

Barrett-Dragon, Patricia.  EVERYTHING YOU NEED TO KNOW TO TEACH FIRST GRADE. A STEP-BY-STEP GUIDE TO CREATE A SMOOTHLY FUNCTIONING LITERACY-RICH PRIMARY CLASSROOM. c2003.

 

P.R.    372.11    O96pr

Overall, L.S.  PRIMARY TEACHER'S HANDBOOK. c2003.

 

P.R.    372.13    F399ci

Finkel, Susan.  CIRCLE TIME SING-ALONGS & FINGERPLAYS. c1996.

 

P.R.    372.13    I89

Charner, Kathy, editor.  IT'S GREAT TO BE FOUR: THE ENCYCLOPEDIA OF ACTIVITIES FOR FOUR- YEAR-OLDS. c2001.

 

P.R.     372.13    J12si

Jackman, Hilda L.  SING ME A STORY! TELL ME A SONG!: CREATIVE CURRICULUM ACTIVITIES FOR TEACHERS OF YOUNG CHILDREN.   c1999.

 

P.R.    372.13    S617ma

Singer, Dorothy G.  MAKE-BELIEVE: GAMES AND ACTIVITIES FOR IMAGINATIVE PLAY: A BOOK FOR PARENTS, TEACHERS, AND THE YOUNG CHILDREN IN THEIR LIVES.  c2001.

 

P.R.    372.13    W322se

Wassermann, Selma.  SERIOUS PLAYERS IN THE PRIMARY CLASSROOM: EMPOWERING CHILDREN THROUGH ACTIVE LEARNING EXPERIENCES. c2000.

 

P.R.     372.13    W451ou

Wellhousen, Karyn.  OUTDOOR PLAY, EVERY DAY: INNOVATIVE PLAY CONCEPTS FOR EARLY CHILDHOOD. c2002.

 

P.R.    372.1334    L438

Marshall, Gail. Katz, Yaacov, ed.  LEANING IN SCHOOL, HOME AND COMMUNITY: ICT FOR EARLY AND ELEMENTARY EDUCATION. c2003.


P.R.    372.19    A341in    18-36

Albrecht, Kay M.  INNOVATIONS: THE COMPREHENSIVE TODDLER CURRICULUM: A COMPLETE, INTERACTIVE CURRICULUM FOR TODDLERS FROM 18 TO 36 MONTHS. c2000.

 

P.R.    372.19    A341in    0-18

Albrecht, Kay M.  INNOVATIONS: THE COMPREHENSIVE INFANT CURRICULUM: A COMPLETE, INTERACTIVE CURRICULUM FOR INFANTS FROM BIRTH TO 18 MONTHS.  c2000.

 

P.R.    372.19    D489

DeVries, Rheta.   DEVELOPING CONSTRUCTIVIST EARLY CHILDHOOD CURRICULUM: PRACTICAL PRINCIPLES AND ACTIVITIES.  c2002.

 

P.R.     372.19     G612cu

Goffin, Stacie G.  CURRICULUM MODELS AND EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION: APPRAISING THE RELATIONSHIP. c2001.

P.R.    372.19    H999em    2004

Hyson, Marilou.  THE EMOTIONAL DEVELOPMENT OF YOUNG CHILDREN: BUILDING AN EMOTION-CENTERED CURRICULUM. c2004.

 

P.R.    372.19    M322fr

Mardell, Ben.  FROM BASKETBALL TO THE BEATLES: IN SEARCH OF COMPELLING EARLY CHILDHOOD CURRICULUM. c1999.

 

P.R.     372.2     S714pr

Sornson, Bob, Editor.  PREVENTING EARLY LEARNING FAILURE.  c2001.

 

P.R.     372.21    A341in

Albrecht, Kay.  INNOVATIONS: INFANT & TODDLER DEVELOPMENT.  c2001.

 

P.R.     372.21    A615    1995/96

Paciorek, Karen Menke, editor.  EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION 95/96. c1995.

 

P.R.    372.21    B368ex

Beardsley, Gill.  EXPLORING PLAY IN THE PRIMARY CLASSROOM.  c1998.

 

P.R.    372.21    B369sk    2000

Beaty, Janice J.  SKILLS FOR PRESCHOOL TEACHERS.  c2000.

 

P.R.    372.21    B472te

Bennett, Neville.  TEACHING THROUGH PLAY: TEACHERS' THINKING AND CLASSROOM PRACTICE. c1997.

 

P.R.    372.21    B863ea

Broadhead, Pat.  EARLY YEARS PLAY AND LEARNING: DEVELOPING SOCIAL SKILLS AND COOPERATION. c2004

 

P.R.    372.21    C126br

Cadwell, Louise Boyd.  BRINGING REGGIO EMILIA HOME: AN INNOVATIVE APPROACH TO EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION. c1997.


P.R.    372.21    C636ad    2000

Click, Phyllis.  ADMINISTRATION OF SCHOOLS FOR YOUNG CHILDREN.

c2000.

 

P.R.    372.21    C946nu

Cromwell, Ellen.  NURTURING READINESS IN EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION: A WHOLE-CHILD CURRICULUM FOR AGES 2-5. c2000.

 

P.R.    372.21    D235ch

Dau, Elizabeth, editor.  CHILD'S PLAY: REVISITING PLAY IN EARLY CHILDHOOD SETTINGS. c2001.

 

P.R.    372.21    D295pl    2001

Decker, Celia Anita.  PLANNING AND ADMINISTERING EARLY CHILDHOOD PROGRAMS. c2001.

 

P.R.    372.21    D489    1999

National Association for the Education of Young Children.  DEVELOPMENTALLY APPROPRIATE PRACTICE IN EARLY CHILDHOOD PROGRAMS. c1997.

 

P.R.     372.21    D781

Driscoll, Amy.  EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION, BIRTH-8: THE WORLD OF CHILDREN, FAMILIES, AND EDUCATORS. C2202.

 

P.R.    372.21    E31

Eglinton, Kristen Ali.  ART IN THE EARLY YEARS. c2003.


P.R.     372.21    F294

Feeney, Stephanie.  ETHICS AND THE EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATOR: USING THE NAEYC CODE. c1999.


P.R.     372.21    F949te

Fu, Victoria R.  TEACHING AND LEARNING: COLLABORATIVE EXPLORATION OF THE REGGIO EMILIA APPROACH. c2002.


P.R.    372.21    G393de

Gestwicki, Carol.  DEVELOPMENTALLY APPROPRIATE PRACTICE: CURRICULUM AND DEVELOPMENT IN EARLY EDUCATION. c1999.

 

P.R.    372.21    G797no

Green, Moira D.  NOT! THE SAME OLD ACTIVITIES FOR EARLY CHILDHOOD. c1998.

   

P.R.    372.21    G797th

Green, Moira D.  THEMES WITH A DIFFERENCE: 228 NEW ACTIVITIES FOR YOUNG CHILDREN. c1998.

 

P.R.    372.21    H288ea

Harms, Thelma.  EARLY CHILDHOOD ENVIRONMENT RATING SCALE. c1998.

 

P.R.    372.21    H564cr

Herr, Judy.  CREATIVE RESOURCES OF COLORS, FOOD, PLANTS, AND OCCUPATIONS.

c1998.

 

P.R.     372.21    H859ma

Howes, Carollee.  A MATTER OF TRUST: CONNECTING TEACHERS AND LEARNERS IN THE EARLY CHILDHOOD CLASSROOM. c2002.


P.R.    372.21    I76ea

Isbell, Rebecca T.  EARLY LEARNING ENVIRONMENTS THAT WORK. c2001.

 

P.R.    372.21    J12ea

Jackman, Hilda L.  EARLY EDUCATION CURRICULUM: A CHILD'S CONNECTION TO THE WORLD. c1997.

 

P.R.     372.21    K83cr

Kiplow, Lesley.  CREATING SCHOOLS THAT HEAL: REAL-LIFE SOLUTIONS. c2002.


P.R.    372.21    K86de

Kostelnik, Marjorie J.  DEVELOPMENTALLY APPROPRIATE CURRICULUM: BEST PRACTICES IN EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION. c1999.

 

P.R.     372.21    L744tr

Linder, Toni W.  TRANSDISCIPLINARY PLAY-BASED ASSESSMENT: A FUNCTIONAL APPROACH TO WORKING WITH YOUNG CHILDREN. c1993.

 

P.R.    372.21    M135bl

MacDonald, Sharon.  BLOCK PLAY: THE COMPLETE GUIDE TO LEARNING AND PLAYING WITH BLOCKS. c2001.

 

P.R.    372.21    M145sk

McGinnis, Ellen.  SKILLSTREAMING IN EARLY CHILDHOOD: NEW STRATEGIES AND PERSPECTIVES FOR TEACHING PROSOCIAL SKILLS. c2003.

 

P.R.    372.21    M161me

McLaughlin, Jane P.  METAMORHPOSIS, AN EDUCATIONAL DESIGN. c1995.

 

P.R.    372.21    M234

Isenberg, Joan P. ,editor.  MAJOR TRENDS AND ISSUES IN EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION: CHALLENGES, CONTROVERSIES, AND INSIGHTS. c1997.

 

P.R.    372.21    M879fu

Morrison, George S.  FUNDAMENTALS OF EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION.  Early childhood textbook with a companion website. c2000.

 

P.R.    372.21    M928ea

Mountain, Lee Harrison.  EARLY 3 R'S: HOW TO LEAD BEGINNERS INTO READING, WRITING, AND ARITHME-TALK. c2000.

 

P.R.    372.21    N277ea

Bowman, Barbara T.  EAGER TO LEARN: EDUCATING OUR PRESCHOOLERS.  c2001.

 

P.R.    372.21    P463ou

Perry, Jane.  OUTDOOR PLAY: TEACHING STRATEGIES WITH YOUNG CHILDREN. c2001.

 

P.R.    372.21    P484pr

Petersen, Evelyn A.  A PRACTICAL GUIDE TO EARLY CHILDHOOD CURRICULUM: LINKING THEMATIC, EMERGENT, AND SKILL-BASED PLANNING TO CHILDREN'S OUTCOMES. c2003

 

P.R.    372.21    P964    v.3.

Krechevsky, Mara.  PROJECT SPECTRUM: PRESCHOOL ASSESSMENT HANDBOOK.  c1998.

 

P.R.    372.21    P977au

Puckett, Margaret B. AUTHENTIC ASSESSMENT OF THE YOUNG CHILD: CELEBRATING DEVELOPMENT AND LEARNING. c2000.

 

P.R.    372.21    R163in

Ralph, Kathleen S.  INTERACTIONS FOR DEVELOPMENT AND LEARNING: BIRTH THROUGH EIGHT YEARS. c2002.

 

P.R.     372.21    R462gu

Reynolds, Eleanor.  GUIDING YOUNG CHILDREN: A PROBLEM-SOLVING APPROACH. c2001.


P.R.    372.21    R686le

Rodd, Jillian. LEADERSHIP IN EARLY CHILDHOOD: THE PATHWAY TO PROFESSIONALISM. c1998.

 

P.R.     372.21    S334da

Schiller, Pamela Byrne.  THE COMPLETE DAILY CURRICULUM FOR EARLY CHILDHOOD: OVER 1,200 EASY ACTIVITIES TO SUPPORT MULTIPLE INTELLIGENCES AND LEARNING STYLES. c2002


P.R.     372.21    S559ba

Shore, Rebecca.  BABY TEACHER: NURTURING NEURAL NETWORKS FROM BIRTH TO AGE FIVE. c2002.


P.R.    372.21    W451co

Wellhousen, Karyn.  A CONSTRUCTIVIST APPROACH TO BLOCK PLAY IN EARLY CHILDHOOD. c2001.

 

P.R.    372.21    W666un

Wilburn, Reudene E.  UNDERSTANDING THE PRESCHOOLER. c2000.

 

P.R.     372.21    W855le

Wolfe, Jennifer.  LEARNING FROM THE PAST: HISTORICAL VOICES IN EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION. c2002.

 

P.R.    372.21    W927

Copple, Carol, editor.  A WORLD OF DIFFERENCE: READINGS ON TEACHING YOUNG CHILDREN IN A DIVERSE SOCIETY. c2003.


P.R.    372.3    H283sc

Harlan, Jean Durgin.  SCIENCE EXPERIENCES FOR THE EARLY CHILDHOOD YEARS. .c1984.

 

P.R.     372.35    C434yo

Chaille, Christine.  THE YOUNG CHILD AS SCIENTIST: A CONSTRUCTIVIST APPROACH TO EARLY CHILDHOOD SCIENCE EDUCATION. c2003.


P.R.     372.35    W521sa

West, Sherrie.  SAND AND WATER PLAY: SIMPLE, CREATIVE ACTIVITIES FOR YOUNG CHILDREN. c2001.

 

P.R.    372.35    W932wo

Worth, Karen.  WORMS, SHADOWS, AND WHIRLPOOLS: SCIENCE IN THE EARLY CHILDHOOD CLASSROOM. c2003.

 

P.R.     372.4   A169

Neuman, Susan B. editor.  ACCESS FOR ALL: CLOSING THE BOOK GAP FOR CHILDREN IN EARLY EDUCATION. c2001.


P. R     372.4   C189re

Campbell, Robin.  READ-ALOUDS WITH YOUNG CHILDREN. c2001.

 

P.R.    372.4    C189re   1995

Campbell, Robin.  READING IN THE EARLY YEARS HANDBOOK. c1995.

 

P.R.    372.4    F533pr

Fisher, Bobbi.  PERSPECTIVES ON SHARED READING : PLANNING AND PRACTICE. c2000.

 

P.R.    372.4    H434be

Heald-Taylor, Gail.  THE BEGINNING READING HANDBOOK: STRATEGIES FOR SUCCESS. c2001.


P.R.     372.4    M875ev

Morris, Darrell.  EVERY CHILD READING. c2003.

 

P.R.    372.4    R155st

Raines, Shirley C.  STORY STRETCHERS FOR INFANTS, TODDLERS AND TWOS: EXPERIENCES, ACTIVITIES, AND GAMES FOR POPULAR CHILDREN'S BOOKS. c2002.


P.R.     372.4    S331mu

Schickedanz, Judith A.  MUCH MORE THAN THE ABCs: THE EARLY STATES OF READING AND WRITING. c1999.


P.R.    372.4    S638te

Smethurst, Wood.  TEACHING A YOUNG CHILD TO READ. c1998.

   

P.R.    372.4    U31si

Uhrich, Tabatha A.  SIMON SAYS-- "READING IS FUN!": MOVEMENT-BASED ACTIVITIES TO REINFORCE BEGINNING READING SKILLS. c2002.

   

P.R.    372.41   A954an

Forseth, carol Aver.  ...AND WITH A LIGHT TOUCH: LEARNING ABOUT READING, WRITING , AND TEACHING WITH FIRST GRADERS. c2002.    


P.R.    372.41    H376wo

Hauser, Jill Frankel.  WOW! I'M READING! : FUN ACTIVITIES TO MAKE READING HAPPEN.

c2000.

 

P.R.    372.452    B798ch

Bradbury, Judy. CHILDREN'S BOOK CORNER: A READ-ALOUD RESOURCE WITH TIPS, TECHNIQUES, AND PLANS FOR TEACHERS, LIBRARIANS, AND PARENTS: LEVEL PRE-K-K. c2003

 

P.R.    372.465    P574

Adams, Marilyn Jager.  PHONEMIC AWARENESS IN YOUNG CHILDREN: A CLASSROOM CURRICULUM. c1998.     


P.R.    372.465    R628

Blachman, Benita A.  ROAD TO THE CODE: A PHONOLOGICAL AWARENESS PROGRAM FOR YOUNG CHILDREN. c2000.

 

P.R.    372.47    O97co

Owocki, Gretchen.  COMPREHENSION: STRATEGIC INSTRUCTION FOR K-3 STUDENTS. c2003.

 

P.R.     372.5    C518cr

Chenfeld, Mimi Brodsky.  CREATIVE EXPERIENCES FOR YOUNG CHILDREN. c2002.

P.R.    372.5    G174da


Galloway, Judy.  DAILY PLANS FOR ACTIVE PRESCHOOLERS. c1990.

 

PR    372.5    M135sq

MacDonald, Sharon.  SQUISH, SORT, PAINT & BUILD: OVER 200 EASY LEARNING CENTER ACTIVITIES. c1996.

 

P.R.    372.5    O89hu

Ott, Pamela. HUSHHH--: 54 MORE ACTIVITIES FOR QUIET TIMES AND RAINY DAYS. c2000.

 

P.R.    372.53    S785ma

Stangl, Jean.  MAGIC MIXTURES: CREATIVE FUN FOR LITTLE ONES, PRESCHOOL-GRADE. C1986.

 

P.R.     372.6    B417

Dickinson, David K., editor.  BEGINNING LITERACY WITH LANGUAGE: YOUNG CHILDREN LEARNING AT HOME AND SCHOOL. c2001.


P.R.     372.6    C536

Neuman, Susan B.  CHILDREN ACHIEVING: BEST PRACTICES IN EARLY LITERACY. c1998.

 

P.R.    372.6    M145de

McGree, Lea M.  DESIGNING EARLY LITERACY PROGRAMS: STRATEGIES FOR AT-RISK PRESCHOOL AND KIDERGARTEN CHILDREN. c2003.


P.R.    372.6    M161ea

McLane, Joan Brooks.  EARLY LITERACY. c1990.

 

P.R.    372.6    M511sc

Meier, Daniel R.  SCRIBBLE SCRABBLE - LEARNING TO READ AND WRITE: SUCCESS WITH DIVERSE TEACHERS, CHILDREN, AND FAMILIES. c2000.

 

P.R.    372.6    M885li    2001

Morrow, Lesley Mandel.  LITERACY DEVELOPMENT IN THE EARLY YEARS: HELPING CHILDREN READ AND WRITE. c2001.

 

P.R.    372.6    O97ki

Owocki, Gretchen.  KIDWATCHING: DOCUMENTING CHILDREN'S LITERACY DEVELOPMENT. c2002.

 

P.R.    372.6    O97ma

Owocki, Gretchen.  MAKE WAY FOR LITERACY!: TEACHING THE WAY YOUNG CHILDREN LEARN. c2001.

 

P.R.    372.6    R361li

Robb, Laura.  LITERACY LINKS: PRACTICAL STRATEGIES TO DEVELOP THE EMERGENT LITERACY AT-RISK CHILDREN NEED. c2003.

 

P.R.    372.6    S852la

Stewig, John W.  LANGUAGE ARTS IN THE EARLY CHILDHOOD CLASSROOM. c1995.

 

P.R.    372.6     W592de

Whitehead, Marian R.  DEVELOPING LANGUAGE AND LITERACY WITH YOUNG CHILDREN. c2002.


P.R.    372.62    P148le

Painter, Clare.  LEARNING THROUGH LANGUAGE IN EARLY CHILDHOOD. c1999.

 

P.R.    372.64    A977li

Ayers, Linda.  READ IT AGAIN: STANDARDS-BASED LITERATURE LESSONS FOR YOUNG CHILDREN. c2003.

 

P.R.    372.64    D263bi

Davis, Robin Works.  BIG BOOKS FOR LITTLE READERS. c1999.

 

P.R.    372.64    N428pe

Nelsen, Marjorie R.  PEAK WITH BOOKS: AN EARLY CHILDHOOD RESOURCE FOR BALANCED LITERACY. c1999.

 

P.R.    372.642    I76te

Isbell, Rebecca T.  TELL IT AGAIN! 2: EASY-TO-TELL STORIES WITH ACTIVITIES FOR YOUNG CHILDREN. c2000.

 

P.R.    372.65    T114on

Tabors, Patton O.  ONE CHILD, TWO LANGUAGES : A GUIDE FOR PRESCHOOL EDUCATORS OF CHILDREN LEARNING ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE. c1997.

 

P.R.    372.66    B881dr

Brown, Victoria.  THE DRAMATIC DIFFERENCE: DRAMA IN THE PRESCHOOL AND KINDERGARTEN CLASSROOM. c1999.

 

P.R.     372.7    C477ma

Charlesworth, Rosalind.  MATH AND SCIENCE FOR YOUNG CHILDREN. c2003.


P.R.    372.7    K79ma

Kohl, Mary Ann F. MATHARTS: EXPLORING MATH THROUGH ART FOR 3 TO 6 YEAR OLDS. c1996.

 

P.R.    372.7    S334co

Schiller, Pamela Byrne.  COUNT ON MATH: ACTIVITIES FOR SMALL HANDS AND LIVELY MINDS. c1997.

 

P.R.    372.83    M663bu

Mindes, Gayle.  BUILDING CHARACTER: FIVE ENDURING THEMES FOR A STRONGER EARLY CHILDHOOD CURRICULUM. c2001.

 

P.R.    372.86    K29ph    1996

Kelly, Noeline Thompson.  PHYSICAL EDUCATION FOR PRE-SCHOOL AND PRIMARY GRADES. c1997.

 

P.R.    372.86    S215ac

Sanders, Stephen W.  ACTIVE FOR LIFE: DEVELOPMENTALLY APPROPRIATE MOVEMENT PROGRAMS FOR YOUNG CHILDREN. c2002.

 

P.R.    372.86    W542ph

Wetton, Pauline.  PHYSICAL EDUCATION IN THE EARLY YEARS. c1997.

 

P.R.    401.93    H851bo

Hulit, Lloyd M.  BORN TO TALK: AN INTRODUCTION TO SPEECH AND LANGUAGE DEVELOPMENT. c2002.


P.R.    791.53    B854on

Briggs, Diane.  101 FINGERPLAYS, STORIES, AND SONGS TO USE WITH FINGER PUPPETS. c1999.

 

 


MEDIA

 

AID    362.29    D794

DRUG PREVENTION FOR EARLY CHILDHOOD.  [U.S. Dept. of Education, c1993, 2995. Eight  children's books and six adult books. Contains picture books and adult materials designed to help young children develop the self-confidence, decision-making and critical thinking skills, and self-control which will enable them to avoid abusing drugs and alcohol as they grow older. Appropriate for 3-5 year old children.

   

AID    372.21    D547

DICK BRUNA MEMORY: A CHILDREN'S  MEMORY GAME. [game]  Otto Maier Verlag Ravensburg, c1981. 1 game (72 cards) + 1 instruction guide.  Develops visual memory and reasoning skills. For children ages: 3-8.

 

AID    372.21    S635

SMALL WONDER! 2: ACTIVITIES FOR TODDLERS 18-36 MONTHS. [Kit] American Guidance Service, c1981. 1 puppet, 64 picture cards, 150 activity cards, 1 album, 12 picture card stories and ideas, 3 song cards, 1 sound sheet, 1 progress chart, 1 user's guide.

 

AID    372.4    L437

LEAPPAD.  [Kit]  Knowledge Kids Enterprises, Inc., c2001. 1 toy (LeapPad); 4 interactive books, 4 sound cartridges, 1 set headphones, and 1 AC adaptor in container. A series of leveled, decodable texts cover a scope and sequence of phonics instruction that is enhances with technology to provide a tutor to hear, spell and decode all of the words in the books.

 

AID    372.414    L651

LETTERS OF THE ALPHABET.  [game] 19--?] Contains 26 interlocking pieces each containing a removable letter of the alphabet.

 

AID    372.414    S971sw

Swain, Emma Halstead.  SWAIN BEGINNING READING PROGRAM. [kit] Developmental Learning Materials, 1984. 2 lesson books, student readers with cards (5 copies), 1 guide, 1 book of blackline masters.

 

AID    372.7 T256

TEDDY BEAR COUNTERS. [realia]  Creative Publication, [19--] 300 counters (75 green, 75 blue, 75 red, 75 yellow) plastic, in bucket.  Designed for use with “Reasoning With Teddy Bear Counters” by Shirley Hoogeboom and Judy Goodnow.

 

AID    372.7    T256a

Brummett, Micaelia Randolph.  TEDDY BEAR JOBCARDS: ADDING. [activity card] Creative Publications, c1990. 22 activity cards + 32 colored practice pieces + 1 instruction sheet + 1 tracking sheet. Encourages children to represent addition with real objects and to connect their own natural language to the more formal language of mathematics.

 

AID    372.7    T256c

Brummett, Micaelia Randolph.  TEDDY BEAR JOBCARDS: COUNTING. [activity card]  Creative Publications, c1990. 22 activity cards + 32 colored practice pieces + 1 instruction sheet + 1 tracking sheet. Enables children to learn counting with real objects.

 

AID    372.7    T256s

Brummett, Micaelia Randolph.  TEDDY BEAR JOBCARDS: SUBTRACTING. [activity card]  Creative Publications, c1990. 22 activity cards + 32 colored practice pieces + 1 instruction sheet + 1 tracking sheet. Encourages children to represent subtraction with real objects and to connect their own natural language to the more formal language of mathematics.

 

AID    372.87    S527

SHAKE, RATTLE & RHYTHM. [realia] Woodstock Percussion Inc., c1986.1 tambourine, 2 guiros, 1 maraca, 1 belt of bells, 1 cowbell, 1 carry bag in + 1 sound cassette.  A collection of musical instruments for all ages.

 

AID    649.1    K18s

SMALL WONDER: ACTIVITIES FOR BABY'S FIRST 18 MONTHS. [Kit]. American Guidance Service, c1979. 1 puppet, 64 picture cards, 150 activity cards, 1 album, 15 picture card stories and ideas, 1 diary of activities, 1 user's guide.

 

AID    791.5    R113

RABBIT HAND PUPPET [toy] [1980?]1 hand puppet, velour, white with pink stomach and inside ears; black plastic eyes.

 

AID    791.5    S817

STEGOSAURUS HAND PUPPET. [toy] United American Nature Co., c1986. 1 hand puppet : velour, blue, with green & black plastic eyes, red felt mouth.  Not recommended for children under 3 years of age.

 

CDROM  J75

THE JOLLY POST OFFICE.  [interactive multimedia] DK Multimedia, c1997.  You've been left in charge of the jolly post office. It's a very busy day, and there's so much to do: letters need storing, parcels need weighing and stamping, broken packages need mending.

 

CDROM  J 75po

THE JOLLY POSTMAN'S PARTY.  [interactive multimedia]  DK Multimedia, c1997. Based on Janet and Allan Ahlberg's best-selling Jolly Postman books, here's a CD-ROM packed with fascinating party-theme activities.

 

CDROM    M613gr

MERCER MAYER'S JUST GRANDMA AND ME. [electronic resource]  Living Books, c1993  Interactive CD-ROM picture book. A trip to the beach with Grandma provides lots of fun and surprises for Little Critter. The user can have the book read aloud (passive mode) or play within the story (interactive mode)

 

CDROM    M678

MISS SPIDER'S TEA PARTY.  [electronic resource]  Eight games for children ages 3-7. Miss Spider's friends want to attend her party, but they each have a problem that needs to be resolved. It is up to the user to play the games and help the friends make it to the party. c1999.

 

TAPE      782.42      T636

PLAYTIME. [sound recording] (39 min.) Music for Little People, c1999. My little playmate; She'll be comin' round the mountain; BINGO; Hokey pokey; Skip to my Lou; Pick a bale o' cotton; Head, shoulders, knees, and toes; 1-2 buckle my shoe; Sailor went to sea; Ticket a taske


TAPE    782.421    F855hi

Freeman, Judy.  HI HO LIBRARIO!: SONGS, CHANTS, AND STORIES TO KEEP KIDS HUMMING. [sound recording] Rock Hill Press, c1997. CONTENTS     Eeny meeny miney mine - Hi ho librario! - Book chants - The book song - The card catalog song - Alas and alack - The biggest book - Look for 398.2 - Throw it out the window - Prinderella and the cince - Go get the axe - Help! murder!

police! - Ladies and jellybeans/One bright day - My tall silk  hat - Nonsense medley - Ain't we crazy? - Alligator pie - Who threw the overalls in Mrs. Murphy's chowder? - Mrs. Murphy's chowder - In the boardinghouse - Hoimie the woim - Henry, my son.

 

TAPE    782.421    K51

KINDERGARTEN HITS. [sound recording] Kidzup Productions. c2001. CONTENTS: Three little fishies -- Do your ears hang low -- My Bonnie -- This old man -- Manners -- Oh dear what can the matter be? -- Mulberry bush -- Days of the week -- Baa baa black sheep -- This is the way -- The more we get together -- Alphabet song -- Muffin man -- B-I-N-G-O -- Polly put the kettle on -- Old King Cole -- Head and shoulders -- Farmer in the dell -- If you're happy and you know it -- Frere Jacques/Brother John -- Rock-a-bye baby -- Kumbaya. 


TAPE   782.421    O58

ONE POTATO: SONGS FOR EARLY LEARNERS. (52 min.) [Great Britain: BBC English, c1992] Sing along to 15 upbeat songs and rhymes from the Big Banana Co. This fully illustrated book for young learners of English includes puzzles, games and pictures to color.

 

TAPE   793.9    K62ff

Kitson, Jane.  FABULOUS FINGERPLAYS. [sound recording] (47 min.) + 1 book. Delmar Thomson Learning, c2000. Collection of 63 unique fingerplays designed to promote positive self-esteem in children, share life's experiences through simple activities, and "let language make learning fun!”

 

TAPE    793.9    K62fh

Kitson, Jane.  FABULOUS HOLIDAY & SEASONAL FINGERPLAYS. [sound recording]  (ca. 30 min.) + 1 book.  Delmar Thomson Learning, c2000. Collection of fingerplays about seasons and holidays, designed to build positive self-esteem in children, foster creativity and divergent thinking, and enhance oral language skills.

 

VCR    155.4 D489    v.2

THE DEVELOPING CHILD: THEORIES OF DEVELOPMENT. [videorecording]   (28:50 min.) Magna Systems, Inc.  c1991-1998.

   

VCR    155.4     D489    v.14

THE DEVELOPING CHILD: CHILD IN THE FAMILY. [videorecording] (37 min.) Magna Systems, Inc. c1991-1998.

 

VCR     155.4    D489   v.24

THE DEVELOPING CHILD: CONCEPT AND THEORY. [videorecording] (28 min.) Magna Systems, Inc. c1991-1998.

 

VCR     331.4    Y81    v.1

YOUR FUTURE: "SHIFTING GEARS PROJECT." [videorecording] (13 min.) salem-Keizer Public Schools, c1989. Includes one pamphlet and one instruction guide to teach parenting and childcare skills to high-school students.

 

VCT     371.3    L863

LOOKING AT YOUNG CHILDREN: OBSERVING IN EARLY CHILDHOOD SETTINGS.  [videorecording] (17 min.) Teachers College, Columbia University, c1988.  Includes Instruction Guide.  Video discusses the importance of observing young children in preschool settings and emphasizes the need for objectivity.  Describes ways observers get and organize information.  Shows examples of observation errors and emphasizes skills needed for accurate observation.  Designed to train teachers, caregivers, and others who care for young children to obtain valid information about children.

 

VCR    372.21    A188

ACTIVE LEARNING. [videorecording] (17 min.) High/Schope Press; c1991.  Plan curricula which takes education beyond memorization and recitation of facts.  Helps children learn by first hand experiences, working directly with people and materials.

 

VCR    372.21    A652

APPROPRIATE CURRICULUM FOR YOUNG CHILDREN: THE ROLE OF THE TEACHER. [videorecording] (28min) National Association for the Education of Young Children, 1988.

 

VCR    372.21    C614

A CLASSROOM WITH BLOCKS. [videorecording] (13 min.) Carolina Educational Television Network. c1987.

 

VCR    371.21    C614e

CLASSROOM ENVIRONMENT. [videorecording]  Ypsilanti, MI : High/Scope Press, c1991.

 (12 min.) Covers how K-3 classrooms are arranged, how the time is organized, and how the instructional materials are selected and used.

 

VCR    372.21    C738

COMPUTER LEARNING FOR YOUNG CHILDREN.   [videorecording] (13 min.)  High/Scope Press, c1989. Guides one in introducing young children to computers; purchasing computer hardware and software, establishing a computer area, and integrating age-appropriate computer learning into everyday activities.

 

VCR    372.21    C912

THE CREATIVE CURRICULUM.   [videorecording]  (37 min.) Teaching Stategies, c1988. Explains and illustrates how to arrange an active, comfortable, environment in which to teach preschool and elementary age children. Demonstrates six major activity areas in the teaching environment: blocks, house corner, table toys, sand and water, library corner and art.

 

VCR    372.21    D489b

DEVELOPMENTALLY APPROPRIATE PRACTICE: CHILDREN AGES BIRTH THROUGH FIVE YEARS. [videorecording] (27 min.) NAEYC c1987. Depicts teachers and children in action in developmentally appropriate programs. Also points out inappropriate practices.

 

VCR    372.21    D489r

DEVELOPMENTALLY APPROPRIATE PRACTICE: CURRICULUM, THE ROLE OF THE TEACHER. [videorecording] (28 min.)NAEYC, c1988. Shows that all of a child's experiences are part of the curriculum in early childhood education, and describes how the teacher can use many kinds of activities to teach.

 

VCR    372.21    D611

DISCIPLINE, GUIDANCE TECHNIQUES FOR YOUNG CHILDREN.  [videorecording] (28 min.) South Carolina Educational Television Network for NAEYC 1988. Information on how to handle discipline, and how to teach children the skill of self-discipline.

 

VCR    372.21    E265

EARLY CHILDHOOD: YEARS OF PROMISE. [videorecording] (60 min.) Connecticut Public Television, c1997. An exploration of the critical importance of young children's healthy development and the urgent need for quality child care in the United States.  Centering on individual children as they grow and learn, the documentary shows how one community's education, government and business sectors have taken innovative steps to improve and expand child care.

 

VCR    372.21    F771

FOUNDATIONS: THE VALUE OF UNIT BLOCK PLAY. [videorecording] (30 min.) Community Playthings, c2000.  Educatiors discuss the benefits of using wooden unit block play with young children.

 

VCR    372.21    G946

GUIDANCE AND DISCIPLINE: TEACHER/CHILD INTERACTION. [videorecording]  (40 min.)  Film Ideas, 1994, c1993.Early childhood training.  Follows 3 teachers in 3 different preschools and shows how they use positive guidance in developing self esteem and discipline in the preschooler.

 

VCR    372.21    P273

PARTNERSHIPS WITH PARENTS [videorecording] (28 min.) National Association for Education of Young Children, c1989. Discusses how parents and teachers can work together for the benefit of preschool children, foster communications, and schools.

 

VCR    372.21    P699

PLAN-DO-REVIEW PROCESS. [videorecording] (ca. 30 min.) High/Scope Press, 1989. Preschool teachers and aides are shown how to handle a variety of situations encountered in typical day-care operations.

 

VCR    372.21 T253

TEACHING THE WHOLE CHILD IN THE KINDERGARTEN. [videorecording] (30 min.) NAEYC, 1991 Observes two kindergarten classes in Hawaii, one in a private school, one in an inner city public school and depicts elements of developmentally appropriate teaching, curriculum and assessment.

 

VCR    629.2    A678

ARE WE THERE YET?: TRAVELING SAFELY WITH YOUNG CHILDREN. [videorecording] (ca. 11 min.) c1997. This video explains the importance of properly using car seats and safety belts for children every time they ride.

 

VCR   649.122    F527

THE FIRST YEATS LAST FOREVER: I AM YOUR CHILD. [videorecording] (29 min.) Johnson & Johnson, c1987.  The new research in brain development tells us of the vital importance of the relationship between parents and child in the first years of life.  New parents have an opportunity to help their child reach full potential.  Video covers: bonding and attachment, communication, health and nutrition, discipline, self-esteem, child care and self-awareness.

 

 


REFERENCE

 

REF    011.62    C566pi

Cianciolo, Patricia J.  PICTURE BOOKS FOR CHILDREN. The annotated selections are grouped into categories that reflect basic concerns of children of all ages and cultures. c1997.

 

REF    011.62    L732a    2001

Lima, Carolyn W.  A TO ZOO: SUBJECT ACCESS TO CHILDREN'S PICTURE BOOKS. This book can be used to obtain information about children's picture books in two ways: to learn the titles, authors, and illustrators of books on a particular subject; or to ascertain the subject when only the title, author and title, or illustrator and title are known. c2001.

 

REF    011.62    R529wo

Richey, Virginia H.  WORDLESS/ALMOST WORDLESS PICTURE BOOKS: A GUIDE. This guide will help you identify wordless and almost wordless books. In these books, the illustration carries the meaning; it might tell a story, demonstrate a concept, or provide information. c1992.


REF    028.162    T458pl

Thomas, James L.  PLAY, LEARN, AND GROW: AN ANNOTATED GUIDE TO THE BEST BOOKS AND MATERIALS FOR VERY YOUNG CHILDREN.  Provides guidance for the selection of exemplary media (print and non print) for use with or by these youngest children and the professionals who serve them. c1992.

 

 


TESTS

 

TEST    BRIGANCE    Preschool

Brigance, Albert H. BRIGANCE PRESCHOOL SCREEN. Rapid and effective method for screening to identify pupils for special service referrals and more comprehensive assessment. c1998.

 

 

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