A Family Companion
importance of play in
early childhood. Age focus: 3–6. Pack of 25 booklets,
12 pgs. each.
Promote Positive Play and an Inclusive Program
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Your Early Childhood Program’s Guide to the Americans
with Disabilities Act
Karen Ikeda Wood & Victoria Youcha
Promote inclusion and ensure compliance with the American
Disabilities Act in your program. Softbound, 216 pgs.
From ADD to Zellweger Syndrome
Understand children with interconnected childhood
developmental, neurobiological, and psychological
disorders. This guide includes a comprehensive list of signs
and symptoms for 70 disorders. Softbound, 416 pgs.
Children WiTh sPeCial needs in early
Indentification, Intervention, and Inclusion
Carol L. Paasche, Lola Gorrill & Bev Strom
Learn the spectrum of syndromes, conditions,
disabilities, and other developmental
differences among children. Age focus: 0–8.
Spiral, 204 pgs.
inCluding one, inCluding all
A Guide to Relationship-Based
Early Childhood Inclusion
Leslie Roffman & Todd Wanerman, with
Create a relationship-based inclusive program
that strengthens every child, not just those
with assessed special needs. Age focus: 3–5.
Softbound, 264 pgs.
Come and Play
Sensory-Integration Strategies for Children with
Early intervention is vital in addressing and redirecting
play challenges. This book addresses five common play
challenges and provides key intervention guidelines and
sample play plans. Sensory integration tips and activities are
also included. Age focus: 1–8. Softbound, 224 pgs.
Guiding Young Children to a Higher Level
Enhance the depth and richness of young
children’s play to benefit their early learning.
Aligning with the Developmentally Appropriate
Play guidelines from NAEYC, this resource
will help you facilitate purposeful play and
incorporate standards into play. Age focus: 3–6.
Softbound, 208 pgs.
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