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Rattle Time, Face to Face, and Many Other Activities for Infants Birth to 6 Months

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ISBN-10: 1401818323

ISBN-13: 9781401818326

Edition: 2003

Authors: Judy Herr, Terri Swim

List price: $41.95
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Winner of the Early Childhood News Directors' Choice Award! Perfect for early childhood educators, caregivers, and Parents alike. Creative Resources for Infants and Toddlers Series is a series of titles divided by child care center and classroom criteria. This series explores child development at the critical stages of life, such as the predictable and universal patterns of development that occur in all domains, including physical, cognitive, language and communication, social, and emotional. The resources are arranged by age: Infant Resources: birth to six months, and seven months to 12 months, and Toddler Resources: 13 to 24 months and 25 to 36 months. Understanding developmental norms…    
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Book details

List price: $41.95
Copyright year: 2003
Publisher: Delmar Cengage Learning
Publication date: 11/13/2002
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 240
Size: 8.50" wide x 11.00" long x 0.50" tall
Weight: 0.792
Language: English

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
References
Appendices
Books for Infants
Criteria for Selecting Materials and Equipment for Children
Materials and Equipment for Promoting Optimal Development
Favorite Finger Plays, Nursery Rhymes, and Chants
Songs
Rhythm Instruments
Resources Related to Infants
Developmental Checklist
Anecdotal Record
Panel Documentation
Lesson Plan
Infant Daily Communications