ONLINE wwww.RedleafPress.orgPHONE8AM - 5PM CST Monday - FridayS TOLL-FREE: 800-423-8309 OUTSIDE THE U.S.: 651-641-05084 EASY WAYS TO ORDER42 Every Time Children Move, They Learn About Their World PLAY The Pathway from Theory to Practice Sandra Heidemann & Deborah Hewitt Help children build cooperative play skills and develop social competence. This revised edition of Pathways to Play contains a checklist to identify where children are having problems, activity ideas to encourage play skills, specifi c teaching strategies, assessment options, and an examination of how play theory translates into practice. Ages 1–5. Softbound, 304 pgs. BRAIN BOP Warm Ups for Muscles and Minds Kate Kuper Promote concentration, social skills, and math and reading aptitude with this CD of rhythmically appropriate music. Each Brain Bop warm up combines somatic (mind/body) practices with current brain research to bring lasting benefi ts to children. Brain Bop is useful to wake up or calm down, during indoor recess, or just for fun. All ages. CD, 70 min. GROWING THROUGH PLAY Cognitive and Social Development See how children learn important cognitive and social skills through their play. With real footage of children in a diverse classroom, this guided tour shows Mildred Parten’s stages of play and connects each to the learning styles of children at different ages. Growing Through Play is a companion to Beyond the Curriculum (see page 28). DVD, 30 min., and 20-pg. guide. TO PLAY OR NOT TO PLAY Is it Really a Question? Christine Jeandheur Ferguson & Ernest Dettore, Jr. Play, once commonplace in the classroom, is now found only outside the classroom. Where is the place for play? Where will it exist so that our children will fl ourish? This book takes the necessary step in affi rming play’s vital role in child development and provides a voice for play. Softbound, 104 pgs. GROWING THROUGH Cognitive and Social See how children learn important cognitive and BRAIN BOP Warm Ups for Muscles and Minds Kate Kuper Promote concentration, social skills, and math THE POWER OF PLAY Learning What Comes Naturally David Elkind, PhD Restore play’s respected place in children’s lives, at home, at school, and in the larger community. Unscheduled, imaginative play goes far in preparing children for academic and social success. Expert analysis of research and powerful situational examples show that play is essential in fostering healthy mental and social development. Softbound, 256 pgs. CHILD’S PLAY How Having Fun Turns Kids Into Adults Learn how play drives development in children, from infancy on. This program shows children in a variety of settings—from relating to peers to manipulating water—and describes how this play promotes their development—cognitive, social, emotional, and physical. DVD, 23 min. Closed-Captioned. DANCE, TURN, HOP, LEARN! Enriching Movement Activities for Preschoolers Connie Bergstein Dow Help children build their large- and fi ne-motor skills while supporting emergent skill development the way children learn best—with their bodies! Dance, Turn, Hop, Learn! offers 38 creative, fun lessons built around common curriculum themes. The lessons address physical concepts, social skills, key kindergarten readiness subject areas, and cognitive skills. Softbound, 136 pgs. #606656-M $21.95 #134901-M $49.95 CD- ROMCD - ROM #326801-M $29.95 #211107-M $14.95 #731708-M $18.95 #417801-M $118.95 #413401-M $22.95 PUB LISHEDBY R E DLEAF P R E SS PUB LISHEDBY R E DLEAF P R E SS CD- ROMCD - ROM