Monthly Archives: September 2012

May I Have Your Attention, Please?

Today’s guest author blogger is Tamar Jacobson, PhD. In addition to writing “Don’t Get So Upset!” Help Young Children Manage Their Feelings by Understanding Your Own and editing Perspectives on Gender in Early Childhood, Dr. Jacobson is chair of the … Continue reading

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Wellness in Early Childhood

Welcome to guest blogger Kyra Ostendorf, Redleaf Press® Acquisitions and Development Editor. She was part of the editorial team that worked on the just-published Healthy Children, Healthy Lives: The Wellness Guide for Early Childhood Programs. Read on for Kyra’s reflections … Continue reading

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The Benefits of Creative Movement

We’re very happy to introduce our first guest blogger, Redleaf Press® author Connie Bergstein Dow. She is the author of One, Two, What Can I Do? Dance and Music for the Whole Day and Dance, Turn, Hop, Learn! Enriching Movement … Continue reading

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Tips to Help Preschoolers Develop Self-Regulation Skills

As an early childhood professional, you have probably worked with preschoolers who have tantrums, hit out of frustration, can’t calm down from excitement, or ignore the feelings of others. It is useful to take a closer look to see if … Continue reading

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