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Shop Online at www.RedleafPress.org P Parent-Friendly Early Learning................................... 21 Parent Newsletter, The............................................. 21 Parents........................................................................ 18 Passe, Angéle Sancho...........................................28, 51 Pelo, Ann....................................................................56 Perspectives on Gender............................................. 24 Petty, Karen................................................................32 *Pickler Institute Set..................................................36 Picture Science...........................................................46 Planning for Play, Observation, and Learning…........ 54 *Planting Seeds...........................................................58 Plaster, Liz..................................................................46 *Play............................................................................ 41 Play..............................................................................55 Play..............................................................................55 Play, Learning, and Development Set.......................48 *Play With Me While I’m Three................................ 27 Plum, Barbara.............................................................35 Powers, Julie............................................................... 21 Practical Solutions to Practically Every Problem.....26 Preparing Teachers for the Early Childhood Classroom.................................................................. 14 Preschool Scientist, The............................................46 Preschooler Observation Series............................... 18 Preschoolers: Cognitive Development.....................22 Preschoolers Development.......................................22 Preschoolers: Physical Development........................22 Preschoolers: Social & Emotional Development.....22 Preventing Childhood Obesity in Early Care and Education Programs...................................................60 Prime Times............................................................... 37 Program Administration Scale..................................20 Prove It!...................................................................... 19 Puckett, Margaret...................................................... 21 Puerling, Brian........................................................ 7, 42 Q-R Ramminger, Ann...................................................24, 60 Real Classroom Makeovers.......................................32 Recognizing Common Illnesses in Early Childhood Settings....................................................................... 57 *Redleaf Calendar-Keeper 2014, The........................63 Redleaf Complete Forms Kit for Early Childhood Professionals.........................................................19, 66 Redleaf Complete Forms Kit for Family Child Care Providers.....................................................................66 Redleaf Quick Guides................................................ 57 Redleaf, Rhoda......................................................48, 49 Reflecting Children’s Lives......................................... 13 *Reflecting in Communities of Practice................6, 12 Reichel, Sylvia............................................................. 21 Relationships............................................................... 31 Rethinking Nutrition............................................24, 60 Rice, Judith Anne..................................................28, 59 Richards, M. Ann........................................................50 Right From the Start.................................................. 14 Riley, Dave............................................................24, 60 Rinaldi, Carlina...........................................................56 *Rita and the Firefighters......................................3, 75 Robertson, Rachel............................................6, 19, 58 Roffman, Leslie........................................................... 31 Room Arrangement as a Teaching Strategy.............32 Roots and Wings........................................................62 Routines and Transitions...........................................35 Russell, Carole............................................................ 61 S *Safe and Sound.....................................................6, 58 *Safety.....................................................................5, 59 Saifer, Steffen..............................................................26 San Juan, Robert R..................................................... 24 Schmidt, Christine A.............................................8, 32 Schweikert, Gigi...............................................4, 16, 37 Science in Early Childhood Education....................... 15 Second Home.............................................................33 Selly, Patty Born...................................................34, 48 Sensory and Art.........................................................39 Sensory Issues in Learning and Behavior.................. 31 Setting the Stage........................................................ 18 Show of Hands, A......................................................50 Side by Side................................................................. 13 Sign and Sing Along Set............................................. 51 Sign to Learn.............................................................. 51 Sign through the Day................................................. 51 Sisco, Colette............................................................. 24 *Six Life Skills Children Need, The.......................4, 29 Skin You Live In, The..................................................70 Smart Bites for Baby..................................................60 Smith, Connie Jo....................................................5, 59 Snacktivities!...............................................................60 So This is Normal Too?.............................................25 Social and Emotional Development.......................... 24 Social and Emotional Development in Young Children......................................................................30 *Social and Emotional Well-Being.........................5, 59 Social Studies in Early Childhood Education............ 15 Springboard to Literacy.............................................55 Stacey, Susan..............................................................43 Starbuck, Sara............................................................ 47 Start Seeing Diversity................................................62 Stonehouse, Anne...................................................... 37 Story Dictation...........................................................50 *Strong on the Inside.............................................6, 58 Study of Early Childhood Programs Environments, A......................................................... 12 Sullivan, Debra Ren-Etta........................................ 7, 20 Sullivan, Ginny............................................................48 *Supporting Teachers as Learners............................ 10 *Supporting Teacher Performance........................... 10 Swinging Pendulums................................................... 14 T Take Time to See through Children’s Eyes..............56 Teaching in the Digital Age.................................... 7, 42 *Teaching in the Digital Age PowerPoint Presentations.......................................................... 7, 42 Teaching Numeracy, Language & Literacy with Blocks.........................................................................50 Teaching STEM in the Early Years.............................44 *Teaching Twos and Threes...................................8, 39 Theories of Attachment............................................25 Theories of Childhood...............................................25 Theories of Development Set...................................23 Theories of Development I.......................................23 Theories of Development II......................................23 Thinking Big................................................................ 13 Those Icky Sticky Smelly Cavity-Causing…...............59 Those Mean Nasty Dirty Downright….....................59 Time with Toddlers.................................................... 37 To See Takes Time.....................................................56 Toddler Behavior and Development......................... 15 Toddler Daily Report.................................................66 Toddlers: Cognitive Development............................22 Toddlers Development..............................................22 Toddlers Outdoors....................................................48 Toddlers: Physical Development...............................22 Toddlers: Social & Emotional Development.............22 *Tough!.......................................................................40 TrainerVision Set........................................................ 15 Training and Support is the Key................................ 18 Training Teachers....................................................... 13 Transition Magician....................................................35 Transition Magician 2 ................................................35 *Treasure Hunt for Primary Ages in a Jar................40 *Turn Key Training: Preventing Obesity................... 10 Twins and Supertwins................................................ 24 Two Year Olds Outdoors..........................................48 U-V-W-X-Y-Z Ultimate Child Care Marketing Guide, The.............20 Understanding Infant Development.......................... 21 Understanding Preschooler Development............... 21 Index P-Z Understanding Toddler Development...................... 21 Unscripted Classroom, The......................................43 Use Your Words........................................................ 24 Vaughan, Elizabeth.....................................................50 Villareale, Cindylee.....................................................20 Visionary Director, The............................................. 13 Visionary Infant and Toddler Program Environments............................................................. 12 Visions of Creativity in Early Childhood...................56 *Voices........................................................................ 10 Wanerman, Todd................................................. 31, 37 Way I Feel, The...........................................................70 Weekly Lesson Plan...................................................66 *Weird!.......................................................................40 Welker, Tara...............................................................29 What Do You Do with the Mad That You Feel?......30 *What You Need to Lead......................................... 10 When Boundaries Are Crossed................................ 57 Why Children Bite.....................................................35 Why Children Need Nature...................................... 47 Why Children Play..................................................... 54 Wilford, Sara..............................................................43 Winning Ways: Becoming a Team Player.................. 16 Winning Ways: Being a Professional......................... 16 *Winning Ways: Being a Supervisor.....................4, 16 Winning Ways: Partnering with Families.................. 16 Winning Ways: Understanding Infants..................... 16 Winning Ways: Understanding Preschoolers........... 16 Winning Ways: Understanding Toddlers & Twos.... 16 Wolpert, Ellen............................................................62 Wonder Year, The......................................................26 Woodward, Sharon..........................................9, 67, 68 Working in the Reggio Way......................................56 Worth, Karen.............................................................45 Wurm, Julianne P........................................................56 Yardsticks....................................................................26 York, Stacey................................................................62 *You Are What You Eat........................................6, 58 Young Scientist Series................................................45 Connect with us! 4 Easy Ways to Order 1 ONLINE at www.RedleafPress.org 2 PHONE: 8AM – 5PM CST Toll-Free 800-423-8309 Outside the U.S.: 651-641-0508 3 FAX: Toll-Free 800-641-0115 Outside the U.S.: 651-641-0115 4 Mail: See order form on page 38