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Developing Social Competency in Young Children
Price: $34.95
Teach young children to navigate the seven Cs of social competency: communication, community building, coping, confidence, conflict resolution, control, and curiosity. Age focus: 0–8 192 pages
Making Make-Believe: Hands-on Projects for Play and Pretend
Author: MaryAnn F. Kohl
Price: $16.95
Unlock the power of imagination! Using easy-to-follow instructions and materials that can be found around the house, Making Make-Believe offers over 125 projects and activities sure to foster children's creativity. Age focus: 3–8. Softbound, 19...
Making Lemonade: Teaching Young Children to Think Optimistically
Price: $29.95
Foundational principles partnered with practical, hands-on activities to help children become optimistic thinkers and learners. Age focus: 3–6 160 pages
Have Courage!
Author: Cheri J Meiners MEd   Illustrated by: Elizabeth Allen
Price: $11.95
Help children develop the attitudes and skills of courage and assertiveness in order to make wise choices and work through challenges. Children learn to do what they think is right and be brave, even if it’s hard. They learn to distinguish between e...
Ayudame a crecer cuando tengo cinco anos: Como hacer conexiones con su nino de cinco anos
Author: Deborah McNelis
Price: $12.95
Challenge, engage, and interact with five-year-olds as your promote brain development. These hands-on learning activity ideas support children as they build skill in all areas. Information on how these attentive and fun experiences help a child's bra...
Promoting Intentional Teaching: The Learn Professional Development Model for Early Childhood Educators
Price: $39.95
Now there's an evidence-based professional development framework—the LEARN IT approach—that helps educators put intentional teaching into action in their classrooms.
Oh Boy! Strategies for Teaching Boys in Early Childhood
Price: $27.95
Oh Boy! suggests that many of the struggles young boys have in our early childhood programs and schools are not simply a result of bad behavior. Rather, boys struggle because of a much more fundamental problem: a mismatch between how most young boys ...
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