Create Strong Partnerships with Families
U 10 Yorkton Court • St. Paul, MN • 55117-1065FAXT
OUTSIDE THE U.S.: 651-641-0115
HOW TO HANDLE HARD-TO-HANDLE PARENTS
Discover strategies for positive partnering with parents.
Packed with sample forms, letters, scenarios, vignettes, and
techniques for involving families from all backgrounds,
you will develop specifi c skills to establish cooperative
relationships with all parents and enhance the home-school
connection. Softbound, 136 pgs.
PARENT-FRIENDLY EARLY LEARNING
Tips and Strategies for Working Well With Families
Turn parent problems into warm, confi dent relationships.
Detailed scenarios in this book will help you create a climate
of partnership, understand the background for issues, avoid
problems, and handle confl icts. The user-friendly format
allows you to start at any point with issues that are most
pressing. Softbound, 136 pgs.
IS EVERYBODY READY
A Tool Kit for Preparing
Children and Families
Angéle Sancho Passe
Make the transition into kindergarten
a smooth process to benefi t children,
their families, and schools. This guide
provides you with information and
practical advice as you help children
and their families prepare for the
transition and then successfully begin
kindergarten. Helpful activities and
reproducible checklists and handouts are
included. Age focus: 4–5. Softbound,
FROM PARENTS TO PARTNERS
Building a Family-Centered Early
Learn how—and why—to build strong
partnerships with families, creating a truly
family-centered program. Interactive, hands-on
exercises will help you adapt these principles to
your beliefs and experiences. Softbound, 169 pgs.
THE PARENT NEWSLETTER
A Complete Guide for Early Childhood Professionals
Create and implement a parent newsletter with the step-by-
step guidance of this practical book. Advice is provided on
writing effective articles, as well as how to design, lay out,
and distribute your newsletter. All you need are a few hours
and a simple word-processing program. Softbound, 108 pgs.