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An Anti-Bias Guide to Enjoying the
Holidays in Early Childhood Programs
Enjoy holidays in respectful, anti-biased
ways with developmentally appropriate
activities that invite meaningful
participation from parents. Age focus:
3–6. Softbound, 176 pgs.
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A Guide to Communicating with English
Language Learners and Their Families
Garth Sundem, Jan Krieger & Kristi Pikiewicz
Find practical guidance for
communicating with English Language
Learners (ELL) and their families.
With a chapter dedicated to each of the
ten most common languages of students
who do not speak English, this book
provides a wealth of resources to help you
make meaningful connections with ELL
students. Age focus: 5–12. Softbound, 288 pgs.
With more than
practical examples, and staff-training recommendations,
this revised edition includes chapters on bilingual
education, culturally responsive teaching, and children and
prejudice. Age focus: 3–6. Softbound, 288 pgs.
This guide includes chapter summaries, learning objectives,
discussion questions, and individual and group activities.
PDF only. Guide will be sent to you electronically.
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The Basic Guide to an Anti-Bias Classroom
See one community’s effort to create a
responsive child care program and learn
to recognize and combat bias. This is an
essential anti-bias resource for trainers
and directors! DVD, 52 min., and
softbound book, 160 pgs.
Book only #411501-S $24.95
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Native Curriculum in Early
Guy W. Jones & Sally Moomaw, MEd
Use this award-winning curriculum to
explore Native American issues with
children. Included in this complete
guide are five cross-cultural themes—
children, home, families, community,
and the environment. Related
activities develop skills in reading
and writing, science, math, make-
believe, art, and more. Age focus: 3–8.
Softbound, 192 pgs.
What if all the Kids
Education with Young
Children and Families,
Louise Derman-Sparks and
Patricia G. Ramsey with Julie
This second edition provides
seven learning themes to
help young white children
resist messages of racism
and build identity and skills to thrive in a world filled with
diversity. Softbound, 216 pgs.
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