Understand and Improve Behavior Challenges
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Practical SolutionS to Practically
EvEry ProblEm, rEviSEd Edition
The Early Childhood Teacher’s Manual
Find solutions quickly and easily! This
resource offers hundreds of solutions for the
tricky problems, questions, and concerns that
arise throughout your day. Age focus: 2–6.
Softbound, 224 pgs.
Strategies for Working with
Kids in Military Families
Karen Petty, PhD
Children with parents,
guardians, or family members
in the military can face
unfamiliar and complicated
emotions. Learn how to
work with and care for
children who experience
separation through a loved
one’s deployment, death,
or divorce. This comprehensive handbook includes theory-
based, practice-driven strategies and curriculum suggestions to
help children move forward living full lives. Age focus: 1–12.
Softbound, 180 pgs.
Facing thE challEngE
Working with Children Who Use
Devereux Early Childhood Initiative
Work with and prevent children’s difficult
behaviors. Two DVDs provide more than
two hours of training and documentary
video. A trainer’s guide in PDF format
includes activities, handouts, advice on
professional development, and excerpts
from Challenging Behavior in Young Children.
challEnging bEhavior in young
childrEn, third Edition
Understanding, Preventing, and
Barbara Kaiser & Judy Sklar Rasminsky
Understand, prevent, and respond effectively to
challenging behavior. This third edition provides
numerous practical tips for responding to children’s
needs and helping them know what is expected.
New material on inclusion, autism, culture, and
dual-language learning is included. Age focus: 2–8.
Softbound, 343 pgs.
A Handbook for
Jenna Bilmes &
Tara Welker, PhD
Help children who suffer
from mental disorders,
including autism and
others related to anxiety,
eating, and sleeping. Learn
how to observe and document symptoms and partner with
mental health professionals. Softbound, 184 pgs.
bEyond bEhavior managEmEnt
The Six Life Skills Children Need to Thrive in
Learn how to manage difficult behavior and
help young children build six essential life
skills: attachment, affiliation, self-regulation,
problem-solving, initiative, and respect. Age
focus: 3–6. Softbound, 272 pgs.
so This is normal Too?
Observe, identify, and support children
who need more specific planning to
expand their skills and improve behaviors.
Effective and practical solutions help you
respond to twenty-one behaviors and
skills children are working on—such as
aggression and emergent writing—and
create goals for those who need more support. New research on brain
development and links to early learning standards are included, as
well as action planning forms and family handouts. Age focus: 3–6.
Softbound, 256 pgs. Available September, 2011.
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