While at Syracuse University, he directed the Children's Center and Family Development Research Program, which provided continuous support services for six years to low-income children and their families. Lally and his associates conducted a year longitudinal follow-up study of that program.
Written by Pamm Clark Here are some ways that I have used different resources. It might give you ideas, too. I print out each chart, put them in a binder in sheet protectors. I hang one on my wall on a push pin for easy reference and change them weekly.
All the babies and toddlers love these "informal Circle Times". I print out the "Teacher Handout" section. I divide up the songs and activities into five days. I choose one song to do everyday to keep continuity. These songs and activites are very easy to work into a busy day with even young babies and young toddlers.
You can use these with the above Toddler Lessons for extra activities, or, I use them choosing one theme per week or bi-weekly and selecting one activity to do each day Monday is Scribble day, Tuesday is Activie Play, Wednesday is Messy Play and so on.
This seems way too simple, but sometimes, I need something simple! It's rich in literature and language.
There are planned activities for each day including sign language, shape, color, and art. This is a great choice if you have the funds and a great time saver if you order the kit that comes with the books and supplies. I do like that you have the option to just order the CD Rom and print out what you need--that's a great money saver!
Hands On HomeschoolingAge 2 Curriculum, is very doable for young toddlers. There's a Bible story and two activities to do each day. As long as I've planned each day, it goes smoothly. It's not overwhelming and can be done in a very relaxed way. It comes on one CD Rom and you print out everything you need.
It's very doable for one-year-olds. It also works well to do two days of a Bible story from this curriculum and two or three days of one of the above suggestions. It makes a great Bible supplement! Playtime Devotions Heritage Builders Standard: This makes a wonderful Bible supplement to any curriculum.
It's a wonderful stand-alone, easy curriculum, too. It's a great resource for infants through two's and three's. I like to focus on one devotion per week.
From an online friend: I use Preschool by Stormie as a curriculum. I put each month in a 3 ring binder, with pockets on the front and back cover and labeled for the month.ZERO TO THREE works to ensure that babies and toddlers benefit from the early connections that are critical to their well-being and development.
These episodes focus on implementing curriculum in a responsive infant or toddler learning environment. Here are some ways that I have used different resources. It might give you ideas, too.
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