C h i ld D e ve lo pm e n t Promote Healthy Child Development ONLINE wwww.RedleafPress.orgPHONE8AM - 5PM CST Monday - FridaySSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSS TOLL-FREE: 800-423-8309 OUTSIDE THE U.S.: 651-641-0508444444444 EASY WAYS EASY WAYS EASY WAYS EASY WAYS EASY WAYS EASY WAYS EASY WAYS EASY WAYS EASY WAYS EASY WAYS EASY WAYS EASY WAYS TO ORDERTO ORDERTO ORDERTO ORDERTO ORDERTO ORDERTO ORDERTO ORDERTO ORDER INTELLECTUAL DEVELOPMENT Connecting Science and Practice in Early Childhood Settings Dave Riley, PhD, Mary Carns, MS, Ann Ramminger, Joan Klinkner, MEd, & Colette Sisco, MS To the untrained eye, activities such as sorting blocks and singing nursery rhymes may not seem educational. Research, however, shows that these activities actually promote children’s cognitive development. Learn what science says about common practices in early childhood settings and how they help build language and literacy development, early number learning, musical awareness, artistic expression, and cognitive development. Age focus: 3–5. Softbound, 160 pgs. SOCIAL AND EMOTIONAL DEVELOPMENT Connecting Science and Practice in Early Childhood Settings Dave Riley, PhD, Robert R. San Juan, PhD, Joan Klinkner, MEd, & Ann Ramminger Playing “Simon Says” or holding children while feeding them are time-tested activities you intuitively know help young children. Find out what research says about the effectiveness of these early learning tools and how they nurture children’s social and emotional development. Age focus: 0–5. Softbound, 168 pgs. PUB LISHEDBY R E DLEAF P R E SS PUB LISHEDBY R E DLEAF P R E SS RETHINKING NUTRITION Connecting Science and Practice in Early Childhood Settings Susan Nitzke, PhD, RD; Dave Riley, PhD; Ann Ramminger, MS; & Georgine Jacobs, MS Meet young children’s nutritional and developmental needs, establish healthy patterns with food, support special dietary needs, and bring nutrition principles to life in your early childhood setting. Each chapter includes a summary of key concepts based on current scientifi c research, promising practices, and sample letters to families. Age focus: 0–5. Softbound, 192 pgs. AGES & STAGES OF CHILD DEVELOPMENT Help students identify the characteristics of each developmental stage—physical, intellectual, emotional, social, and moral. This Powerpoint presentation also suggests ways you can facilitate healthy development in newborns, infants, toddlers, preschoolers, and school-age children. More than 30 slides and copy-ready handouts, both Mac- and Windows-compatible, are included. CD-ROM. #135701-N $59.95 CD- ROMCD - ROM This Powerpoint presentation also suggests ways you STEPS AND STAGES A Caregiver’s Guide to Child Development Learn what to expect of a baby’s progress in the fi rst year of life. This DVD provides essential information on developmental milestones and includes infor- mation on the importance of communication and recognizing cognitive and motor develop- ment. National standards, as well as those of the National Coalition for Family and Consumer Sciences Education, are addressed. DVD, 20 min. Closed-Captioned. #150271-N $79.95 CD- ROMCD - ROM CHILD DEVELOPMENT SET Save when you buy all three! #150282-N $69.95 #538001-N $24.95 #150011-N $24.95 #540313-N $27.95 PUB LISHEDBY R E DLEAF P R E SS 22