Creative Resources for Infants and Toddlers

ISBN-10: 0766830780
ISBN-13: 9780766830783
Edition: 2nd 2002 (Revised)
Authors: Judy Herr, Terri Swim
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List price: $138.95
Edition: 2nd
Copyright year: 2002
Publisher: Delmar Cengage Learning
Publication date: 12/7/2001
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 528
Size: 8.25" wide x 10.50" long x 1.00" tall
Weight: 2.662
Language: English

The ultimate goal for all caregivers and educators is to assist in promoting healthy development of young children. This edition focuses on the growth of the whole child by including norms for physical, language and communication, cognitive, social, and emotional development from birth to 36 months. It includes up to 300, specially-designed activities for infants and toddlers, and group experiences by ages and developmental areas. Guidance is given in matters of safety and family involvement, with up-to-date assessment information to enhance the ability of caregivers to meet the developmental needs of infants and toddlers. With additional references, Web links, on-line resources, daily planning forms, and expanded appendices, Creative Resources for Infants and Toddlers, 2E provides the tools to help caregivers create a strong foundation for the thinking, interacting, and learning progressions of the children in their care.

Judy Herr, Ph.D., is Professor Emeritus of Early Childhood Education at the University of Wisconsin-Stout. Dr. Herr is a member of numerous early childhood organizations such as NAEYC, and has held leadership positions in these organizations. She is also a frequent lecturer at early childhood conferences and seminars and has published many articles and books on early childhood topics.

Terri Jo Swim, Ph.D., is an Associate Professor and Program Director of Early Childhood Education at Indiana University-Purdue University in Fort Wayne (IPFW). She has been in the field of early childhood education for over 15 years. She has worked in private child care centers, university-based laboratory infant/toddler and preschool programs, and summer camps with children ages birth to 13 years. Terri is also the co-author of CREATIVE RESOURCES FOR INFANTS AND TODDLERS, 2nd Edition (Cengage Learning), with Dr. Judy Herr. Current research interests include infant-toddler and preschool curriculum, Reggio Emilia, documentation, and teacher education.

Preface
Introduction
Promoting Optimal Development in Infants
Birth to Three Months
Physical Development
Rattle Time
Lift Up and See
Wind Chime Stretch
Outside Tummy Time
Textured Mat
Lovin' Rubbin'
I'm Gonna Get Your Tummy!
Language and Communication Development
Reciting Nursery Rhymes
Infant-Picture Stories
Rockin' the Day Away
Picture Book Time
The Lullaby Rub
What Am I Doing?
What Are You Doing?
Cognitive Development
Tugging the Towel
Reach for It!
Touring in the Stroller
Bell Ringing
Infant Imitation
Can You Follow Me?
Get Me If You Can!
Social Development
Where Are Your Toes?
Where Are You?
Singing Good-Bye
What's Everyone Doing?
Welcome Song
Waking Up
I'll Help
Emotional Development
Labeling Emotions
Finding Your Fist
"Hickory, Dickory, Dock"
Who's That in the Mirror?
Resting with Lullabies
Friends Have Feelings Too
"This Little Piggy"
Four to Six Months
Physical Development
Fluttering Tree
Rolling Over
All Propped Up!
Holding On
Activity Gym
Grabbing and Pulling
Pulling Up to Sit
Language and Communication Development
"Pat-A-Cake"
Babble Time
What's Coming Up?
"Bumping Up and Down"
Telling Picture Book Stories
"One, Two, Buckle ..."
Conversing
Cognitive Development
Shaking the Rattle
Dropping It over the Edge
Where Is It?
Where Did You Go?
Going Fishing
What Do I Do with This?
Moving the Ducky
Social Development
Want to Play?
Making Music
Face to Face
Floating Ball Exploration
Acting-Reacting
Playing with a Friend
Riding a Blanket
Emotional Development
Holding On
Mirror, Mirror on the Wall
I'll Help You
That's Funny!
That Hurts!
Helping to Undress
Counting
Seven to Nine Months
Physical Development
Clapping
Splashing
Walking Together
Stepping Up
Come and Get It
Ramping It
Pulling It Around
Language and Communication Development
Making Sounds
Talking to Toys
Looking at Books
Turning Pages
Reading Nursery Rhymes
Goodnight
Look Who Walked In
Cognitive Development
Go Find It
Where Is It?
Exploring Balls
What Is Inside the Box?
Clapping the Lids
Coin Drop
Bring It to Me
Social Development
Rolling It Back
Peekaboo
Where Am I Hiding?
Measuring Water
I Am Here to Help
Stacking Cups
Rolling Together
Emotional Development
Making Music
Jack-in-the-Box
Popping It Up
A Stranger among Us
I Found Something New
A New Friend
Jazzing It Up!
Ten to Twelve Months
Physical Development
Filling and Dumping
Letting Go
Dropping Objects
Basket Throw
Scribble Table
Cruising Time
Walking during the Snack-Time Routine
Language and Communication Development
Dressing to Go Outside
That's What I Want
More, More, More
Animal Sounds
"This Is the Way"
Animal Puppets
Let's Play
Cognitive Development
Ball and Tube
Which Are the Same?
Which Box Is It In?
Where Is It?
Scavenger Hunt
Sorting Cars
A Visitor Comes
Social Development
All about Me
Playing in the Sand
A Book about Me
Washing Babies
Putting On Lotion
Caring for Babies
Chalk Scribbling
Emotional Development
Coming in from Outside
Pudding Time
Playing a Song
Getting Dressed
"I Know an Old Turtle"
Solving Problems
Family Tree
Promoting Optimal Development in Toddlers
Thirteen to Eighteen Months
Physical Development
Teddy Bear Push
Painting a Picture
Stacking Blocks
Obstacle Course
Fruit Puzzles
Going Shopping
Building a Tower
Washing Hands
Climbing the Stairs
Table Painting
Lining Up the Pins
Pushing the Activity Walker
"Open, Shut Them"
Scooping Sand
Language and Communication Development
Head and Shoulders
What Could It Be?
Our Families
Toddler Talk
"Where Is My ...?"
Animal Sounds
Label It
Spotlighting Objects
Texture Book
Touching Tour
Write-and-Wipe Board
Cleaning Up after Snack
Putting Eggs in a Basket
"Peas, Porridge Hot"
Cognitive Development
Which Hand Is It In?
Separating Blocks
Goop
Sorting Shapes
What's Inside the Bag?
Making Pudding
Feely Bag
Matching Game
Comparing Apples
Stop Me From ...
The Magical, Disappearing Toy
Building with Blocks
Hidden Treasure
Hidden Bear
Social Development
Music Parade
Rocking in a Boat
"Ring around the Rosie"
Water Wheels
Coloring Box
Guessing Game
Imitating Me
"I'll Touch"
Friendship Tree
Boogie Dancing
"Here We Go Round"
A Visit from a Musician
Oil Pastel Drawings
"Old MacDonald"
Emotional Development
Tearing Paper
"If You're Happy ..."
Show Me
Feeling Masks
Labeling Emotions
"I Love You"
How Am I Feeling?
Beanbag Toss
Pouring Water
Assisting with Diapering
Scarf Dancing
Painting with Shaving Cream
Dressing for Fun
Peanut Butter and Jelly
Nineteen to Twenty-Four Months
Physical Development
Jump, Frog, Jump
Driving a Car
A Balancing Act
Ring Toss
Batting Practice
Beach Ball Kick
Exercising
Pulling a Wagon
Picking Up Cotton Balls
Putting On and Taking Off Lids
Puddle Jumping
Follow the Footprints
Popping Bubbles
"Hokey Pokey"
Language and Communication Development
Listening to a Story
Locating "Spot"
Tickling a Teddy Bear
Taking a Trip
Acting Out "Little Miss Muffet"
Calming Down to Rest
Puppet Show
Who Said That?
Fruit Salad
"I'm a Little Teapot"
Animal Shadow Match
Acting like Dogs
Tunnel Crawl
Story Quilt
Cognitive Development
Sorting Socks
Melting Ice
Color Search
Making Pizzas
Toddler Picture Match
Sorting Lids
Picture Puzzles
What's under the Basket?
Making Play Dough
Tasting Bread
Mixing Colors
Sink or Float?
Matching Nuts and Bolts
Which One Is It Under?
Social Development
Passing the Beanbag
Spray Art
Playground Picnic
Animals in the Zoo
Nature Walk
Reading to a Friend
The Freeze
Color Hop
Cozy Quilt
Animal Prints
Follow the Leader
Bowling
Going Camping
Kicking the Ball
Emotional Development
Paper Crunch
Sad Little Spider
Popping Popcorn
Painting the Playground
Brushing Teeth
Happy and Sad
Helping with Lunch
I Need a Hug
"Skinamarink"
Catching Bubbles
How Does the Child Feel?
Coloring to Music
Golf Ball Painting
"You Are Special"
Twenty-Five to Thirty Months
Physical Development
Square Ball
Fill 'er Up
Screwing On a Lid
Kangaroo Jump
Drawing with Pencils
Shape Run
Chair Maze
Taping the Day Away
Jumping Hose
Arranging Flowers
Language and Communication Development
Rhyming Books
Learning More about ...
Dogs, Dogs, Dogs ... and a Cat?
Lifting Flaps
Secret Pocket
Sequencing Pictures
Stroller Talk
We're Off to See ...
Listening to a Book on Tape
Reading "Hickory, Dickory, Dock"
Cognitive Development
Math Blocks
Grocery Shopping
Preparing Frozen Bananas
Locating Something Bigger ... Something Smaller
Rocking Baby
What's for Snack?
Ice Tubs
Measuring
Watering Plants
Counting Cars
Social Development
Bluebird
Oops!
What Do You Do?
London Bridge
Save Some for ...
Singing on the Stage
Eggs in a Basket
Sand Roads
Riding the Horsey
Mailing Letters to ...
Emotional Development
Sitting on the Potty
My Turn
Serving Myself Juice
Bye, Bye Window
Welcoming a New Friend
Recovering from a Tantrum
Helping with the Bags
Dealing with Anger
Rainy Day Play
Helping Out
Thirty-One to Thirty-Six Months
Physical Development
Riding Trikes
I'm a Real Sculptor
Balloon Toss
Sketching
Marble Painting
Transferring Cards
Up, Up, Up
Trying a New Food
Putting the Cassette Inside
Follow the Leader
Language and Communication Development
Once There Was a Toddler
Waking the Animals
Finger Puppets
Singing "B-I-N-G-O"
Our Favorite Songs Book
Retelling the story: Goodnight Moon
Lunch Count
I'm the ... and You're the ...
I'm A Little Teapot
Name That Tune
Cognitive Development
A Balancing Act
Making Fruit Parfaits
Shadow Fun
Today I'm Going to ...
Drawing a Flower Arrangement
Move Like a ...
Mirror, Mirror
Moving Fast ... Moving Slow
Where Do I Belong?
Planting and Tending a Garden
Social Development
Making Cards
It's Mine
Puppets Talk to Solve a Problem
Water Colors
Shape Game
Copy Cat
Day 1: Making the Car Wash
Day 2: Washing the Cars
Bouncing Babies
Making Rules
Emotional Development
Falling Asleep
Our Daily Routine
My Place Mat
Door Painting
I Have to Go
"Feelings"
Decorating a Flower Pot
Lost Basket
Whispering
I Hear Thunder
References
Appendices
Books for Infants and Toddlers
Books for Two-Year-Olds
Criteria for Selecting Materials and Equipment for Children
Materials and Equipment for Promoting Optimal Development
Movement Activities for Children from Thirteen to Thirty-Six Months
Favorite Finger Plays, Nursery Rhymes, and Chants
Songs
Rhythm Instruments
Recipes
Resources Related to Infants and Toddlers
Developmental Checklist
Anecdotal Record
Sample Running Record
Panel Documentation
Lesson Plan
Daily Communications

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