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Rhyming Books, Marble Painting, and Many Other Activities for Toddlers 25 to 36 Months

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ISBN-10: 1401818412

ISBN-13: 9781401818418

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: 8.25" wide x 10.75" long x 0.50" tall
Weight: 0.990
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.

Promoting Optimal Development in Toddlers
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
Watering Plants
Counting Cars
Social Development
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
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
Making the Car Wash
Washing the Cars
Bouncing Babies
Making Rules
Emotional Development
Falling Asleep
Our Daily Routine
My Place Mat
Door Painting
I Have to Go
Decorating a Flower Pot
Lost Basket
I Hear Thunder
Books for 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
Rhythm Instruments
Resources Related to Toddlers
Developmental Checklist
Sample Running Record
Panel Documentation
Lesson Plan
Daily Communications