N EW f ro m R ed le a f P re s s #722101-N $29.95 Encourage Productive Play DEVELOPMENTALLY APPROPRIATE PLAY Guiding Young Children to a Higher Level Gaye Gronlund Enhance the depth and richness of young children’s play to benefi t their early learning. Aligning with the new Developmentally Appropriate Play guidelines from the National Association for the Education of Young Children, this resource provides information on planning and facilitating purposeful play, incorporating standards into play, and strategies to help children reach higher levels of play. Age focus: 3–6. Softbound, 208 pgs. COME AND PLAY Sensory-Integration Strategies for Children with Play Challenges Aerial Cross Play is necessary for children to learn and developmentally thrive. For this reason, early intervention is vital in addressing and redirecting play challenges that may appear in young children. Come and Play addresses fi ve common play challenges—dabbling during play, roaming during play, feeling anxious during play, detaching during play, or being rejected during play—and provides key intervention guidelines and sample play plans for each challenge. Throughout this book, you will also fi nd sensory integration tips and activities to promote positive and productive play. Age focus: 1–8. Softbound, 224 pgs. #540375-N $32.95 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 PUB LISHEDBY R E DLEAF P R E SS 6 PUB LISHEDBY R E DLEAF P R E SS “By far the most infl uential gift you’ll present to a young child is a healthy concept of play, including how to be successful at play with peers.” “Teachers who read this book will be informed and prepared to defend the value of play and at the same time will be able to ensure that the play in their classrooms is valuable.” —Ellen Frede, PhD Co-Director of the National Institute for Early Education Research