This book opens the door to teaching infants, toddlers and two-year-olds using an array of activities organized and framed by overviews of developmental domains. Simple Steps shows, step-by-step how to encourage young children to develop new skills, practice these skills, and move forward at their own pace. It provides easy-to-follow explanations of key developmental stages in a young child's life, and contains chapters on developing curriculum, working with parents, creating a learning environment, dealing with challenging behaviors, and establishing workshops. For teachers, parents, and early childhood professionals completing their infant/toddler program.
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Over 300 activities (and hundreds of variations) based on the developmental needs of infants, toddlers, and two-year-olds.
Easy-to-follow explanations of key developmental stages in a young child's life will help teachers know what activities are developmentally appropriate. Chapters on developing curriculum, working with parents, creating a learning environment, and dealing with challenging behaviors will help early childhood professionals complete their infant/toddler programs.About the Author:
Karen Miller, who has over 25 years experience in the early childhood field, is well known as a keynote speaker and consultant. She has worked as a teacher for Head Start, as national education director for Children's World Inc. and as a national training director for Min-Skools Ltd.
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