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STEAM CONCEPTS FOR INFANTS AND TODDLERS NICHOLE A. BAUMGART LINDA R. KROLL STEAM (science, technology, engineering, arts, and mathematics) is an extension of the original STEM efforts with the goal of supporting the innate creativity and innovation all children possess. STEAM Concepts for Infants and Toddlers serves as a platform for educators to observe and facilitate infants’ and toddlers’ natural curiosities around STEAM concepts. It discusses tangible, rich STEAM learning environments for children from birth to age three and introduces where this learning can go next as children transition into the preschool years. Using illustrated vignettes and case studies to narrate stories of infant and toddler STEAM concept explorations this book covers how very young children problem-solve daily dilemmas related to STEAM concepts in play and builds a foundation of STEAM for infants and toddlers. STEAM Concepts for Infants and Toddlers $34.95 Redleaf Press Product #545547 ISBN: 978-1-60554-554-7 Ebook $34.95 Redleaf Press Product #545554 ISBN: 978-1-60554-555-4 www.RedleafPress.org Age focus: 0–3. Softbound, 200 pgs. Full color. Available June 2018 8am to 5pm CT Monday-Friday Outside the U.S.: 800-423-8309 651-641-0508 AUTHOR SPOTLIGHT NICHOLE A. BAUMGART is an educator at Bing Nursery School at Stanford University and a professor at Pacific Oaks College. She is a consultant in the early childhood field and a mentor for student teachers in their practice. She has over 14 years of experience educating children in early intervention and transitional kindergarten and in multiple laboratory and early childhood classroom settings across the nation. LINDA R. KROLL is the Holland professor of early childhood education in the School of Education at Mills College. Her expertise is in human development, children’s learning of literacy and mathematics, teacher research and teacher inquiry, and self-study of teacher education practices.