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Animals

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Anti-Bias Curriculum, Tools for Empowering

Product ImageThis practical book shows adults how to reduce, handle and eliminate bias in the early childhood care setting and help children to do the same. By Louise Derman-Sparks and the A.B.C. Task Force.

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Ants in Their Pants

Product ImageThis practical, hands-on resource is filled with transition ideas, sensory play activities, sound advice, and out-of-the-box inspiration, techniques to nurture and support extra busy children that have been successfully used by the author in the classroom and at home with her own extra busy child.

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Arctic Adventure

Product ImageTote includes multi-sensory play materials that build early learning skills across domains. This tote is themed based using arctic animals.

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Around The City

Product ImageIncludes multi-sensory materials that build early learning skills across domains. The focus is our town.

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Around the World

Product ImageIncludes multi-sensory materials that build early learning skills across domains. This tote's focus is our world around us.

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ASQ-3 Scoring & Referral DVD

Product ImageScoring ASQ-3 and interpreting the results is easier with this updated training DVD, which shows professionals how to use the #1 screening system accurately and sensitively. By authors Elizabeth Twombly M.S., Jane Squires Ph.D. (18 minutes)

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Autism: The Hidden Epidemic?

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Babies In The Rain

Product ImageThere are many ways parents and caregivers can help children thrive in their earliest years of life. Babies in the Rain explains the theories behind the best practices for infant and toddler care as well as preferred methods for doing so.

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Baby Animals

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Baby Bounce And Roll

Product ImageContains a collection of toys, books and a binder filled with 20 play experiences, 20 literacy activities, and 20 music and movement ideas.

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Baby Minds

Product ImageMore than 65 delightful games and activities to jump-start your baby's amazing brainpower

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Backyard Bug Counter And Bowls

Product ImageUse this set to help with sorting, colors, and beginning development of early math skills.

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Ball Set Bag

Product ImageSet of two balls - one 9" ball and one smaller sensory ball. Good for tactile experiences and eye-hand coordination.

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Ball with Feet Yelllow

Product Image18 INCH DIAMETER. This is a unique therapy ball that has small feet on the bottom that prevent them from rolling when a child is being positioned on the. Provides more stability and has all the benefits of the the therapy ball. LATEX FREE

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Basics of Developmentally Approprate Practice

Product ImageLooking at the Basics of Developmentally Appropriate Practice articulates and illustrates the core concepts in simple, memorable ways, including classroom examples and other techniques based on NEEYC's book Basics of Developmentally Appropriate Practice by Carol Copple and Sue Bredekamp. The video is 41 minutes.

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Be Good to Eddie Lee

Product ImageMama has always told Christy to be good to Eddie Lee because he was "different". But did that mean she had to let him follow her around all summer? This sensitive portrayal of a young Down's Syndrome child shows young readers the joy of unconditional friendship.

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Bead Counter (Abacus)

Product ImageFun way to learn to count, add and subtract with colorful beads.

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Behavior: A Beginnings Workshop Book

Product ImageA collection from the Beginnings Workshop feature of Exchange -The Early Childhood Leaders Magazine and edited by Bonnie Neugebaurer. Topic include: When Children are Difficult; Positive Behavior Strategies; Conflict Resolution; Power Struggles; Anger; and Parent Perspectives on Discipline.

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Being With Babies

Product ImageThis book is a great resource for both beginning and experienced caregivers, with chapters on developing relationships with babies, observation, communication, and safe environments. Being With Babies teaches caregivers how to handle everyday challenges while learning about developmental stages of infants.

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Being With Infants and Toddlers

Product ImageThis book is a "how to" curriculum guide for appropriate practices when working with very young children in the early childhood learning environment. Incorporating the developmental philosophies of Emmi Pikler, Magda Gerber, Erik Erikson, and Maria Montessori, it promotes respectful and responsive caregiving to foster competence and independence commensurate with each child's level of ability. Topics include caregiving routines, environments, caregiver/child interactions, and the role of parents. Authored by Beverly A. Kovach, Susan Patrick and Laura Briley, 128 pages.

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Bernie Bear

Product ImageA book that helps a child through the process of the foster care.

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Best Best Colors (Los Mejores Colores)

Product ImageWith the help of his two mammas, Nate learns he can have more than one best color and one best friend. Includes activity and teaching ideas. The author Eric Hoffman writes this anti-bias bilingual book.

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Best Day of the Week

Product ImageAngela's sensitive reaction to her friend Calvin's hurtful remark will help children learn to resolve disagreements without violence and to their mutual benefit. Author Nancy Carlsson-Paige weaves an urban story that encourages children's creative, imaginative play along with providing positive approaches to mediating interpersonal conflict.

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Best Practice For Training Early Childhood Prof

Product ImageWritten with early childhood center directors in mind, this book establishes the framework and methodology for training early childhood staff using a best-practices model that is developmentally appropriate for adult learners. It contains activities and exercises to enhance the organization, establishment, and delivery of centers’ training programs. - Amazon.com

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Beyond Differences and Diagnoses

Product ImageA continuation of the Creative Pre-School Model Program Curriculum. This volume focuses on the how's and why's of a quality inclusive environment while continuing to emphasize the importance of children's play.

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Big Body Play

Product ImageWhy boisterous, vigorous, and very physical play is essential to children's development and learning. "Big body play" - the sometimes rowdy, always very physical running, rolling, climbing, tagging, jumping, grabbing, and wrestling that most children love and many adults try to shut down - can and should be an integral part of every early childhood setting. Learn how to organize the physical environment, set rules and policies, and supervise the play to balance children's fundamental needs with our responsibility as teachers to keep them safe. Author is Frances M. Carlson.

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Bird Activity Tote

Product ImageVariety of materials (books, puppets, etc.) to support a Bird theme.

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Birds and Eggs Toy Box

Product ImageExplore the science concept of birds and their eggs with your child to foster brain development. Would be appropriate for younger school age children also.

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Boats, Floats and Play

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