Create an Inclusive Classroom
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Last ChiLd in
Saving Our Children From
Learn what research says
about exposure to nature
and healthy development
and the practical solutions
to heal the broken bond.
This groundbreaking work
links the absence of nature
with the rise in today’s
trends of obesity, attention
disorders, and depression.
Softbound, 390 pgs.
IncludIng One, IncludIng All
A Guide to Relationship-Based
Early Childhood Inclusion
Leslie Roffman & Todd Wanerman, with
Relationship-based, inclusive practices
strengthen every child, not just those
with assessed special needs. Learn what
relationship-based inclusion is; the
classroom practices that support behavioral,
emotional, social, and learning challenges;
how to partner with families; the challenges
and rewards of an inclusive program; and
the details on what makes a relationship-
based inclusive program possible. Age
focus: 3–5. Softbound, 264 pgs.
The Key to Teaching
and Learning in the
The Little School
With a focus
relationships in early child care and
strengthening children’s emotional, social,
and cognitive skills, you will see teachers
and children in action as relationship-
based, inclusive concepts play out in a real
classroom. Age focus: 3–5. DVD, 90 min.
ChiLdRen With speCiaL
needs in eaRLy
Carol L. Paasche, Lola Gorrill &
Learn the spectrum
of syndromes, conditions, disabilities, and other
developmental differences among children through age
eight. Ways to include children with special needs in a
larger group are emphasized. Spiral, 204 pgs.
teaChing infants, toddLeRs, and tWos With
Address the needs of children with developmental delays and
special needs as you create an environment where all children
can thrive. Chapters include information about how young
children learn, strategies and adaptations for the classroom,
and suggestions for managing the physical environment to
enhance the overall development of very young children with
special needs. Age focus: 0–2. Softbound, 160 pgs.
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A Guide for Early Childhood Educators
Discover the key to better management of children’s challenging
behaviors. This resource provides a comprehensive overview of the
most common kinds of behavioral disorders and learning disabilities,
guidelines for meeting students’ needs within an inclusive environment,
and hundreds of easy-to-implement strategies, tips, and techniques. Find
the tools you need to transform a negative, disruptive classroom into a
positive environment for learning. Age focus: 2 –5. Softbound, 136 pgs.
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A Guide for Parents and Teachers of
Young Children with ADHD
Cathy Reimers, PhD, & Bruce A. Brunger
Learn how to respond to young
children with ADHD. This one-stop
reference book discusses
the nature of ADHD
and 75 common
behavior problems at home and school.
Age focus: 3–5. Softbound, 216 pgs.
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