¡Conoce a Tigre, Osito, y sus amigos del bosque, Pajarito, Rana, Zorro, y Tortuga! En este fantástico relato interactivo y original, su hijo de 2 años ayudará a Tigre a encontrar a Osito. Cada paso que da su hijo en busca de Osito pone de manifiesto importantes indicadores del crecimiento y desarrollo de su hijo.… More ¿DÓNDE ESTÁ OSITO? Where is Bear?
This guide shows parents how to help their children overcome challenges of sensory regulation that are interfering with his or her ability to relate and communicate. Learn how better regulation will helps children reach higher developmental levels. Intro 45 minutes, case studies 6 hours.
The first alphabet book created with children with autism in mind, A Is for “All Aboard!” is the perfect way to foster literacy using children’s fascinations. An ideal complement to Kluth & Chandler-Olcott’s “A Land We Can Share”: Teaching Literacy to Students with Autism, this one-of-a-kind book is: All about trains—one of the most popular… More A is for All Aboard
This guide provides essential information for any parent with a child who might have cognitive, physical, or emotional delays. Easy to understand, reassuring, and up-to-date, the book covers everything concerned parents need to know. Using real-life examples and case studies along with checklists, exercises, and other hands-on advice, the book covers a range of delays… More A Parent’s Guide To Developmental Delays: Recognizing and Coping With Missed Milestones In Speech, Movement, Learning and other Areas
This book is a good place to start for early childhood educators who are learning about inclusion. As children with special needs are joining typically developing children in mainstream child care settings, teachers and parents are learning the wonder of inclusion. This book teaches that inclusion need not be difficult- it can be easily achieved… More A Place for Me: Including Children with Special Needs in Early Care and Education Settings
Sherman Smith saw the most terrible thing happen. At first he tried to forget about it, but soon something inside him started to bother him. He felt nervous for no reason. Sometimes his stomach hurt. He had bad dreams. And he started to feel angry and do mean things, which got him in trouble. Then… More A Terrible Thing Happened
Babies have a lot to say, even before they can actually speak familiar animal names like “dog” and “bunny.” Baby Signs are simple gestures that allow babies and toddlers to communicate what they see, what they need, and even how they feel. Research has shown that Baby Signs decrease frustration and tantrums and help your… More Baby Signs for Animals
This pioneering book offers a refreshingly new practical approach for those caring for a child with multiple disabilities. Uses familiar, everyday routines (ie: washing, dressing, playing) to develop the child’s abilities in all functions.
Full of ideas and activities for exploring the world with babies~ a great book for parents, child care providers and infant program teachers. Activities are listed by age and by sense. (seeing, touching, hearing, moving, feeling).
Children and teens with autism and other developmental disabilities can be taught the language of nonverbal communication. More than 100 activities break down elements of body language into teachable components. Through role playing, games, art activities, watching video clips, and using worksheets, quizzes, and charts, she shows busy educators, speech-language pathologists, and parents how to… More Body Talk: Teaching Students with Disabilities About Body Language
Brain Rules for Baby bridges the gap between what scientists know and what parents practice. Through fascinating and funny stories, Medina, a developmental molecular biologist and dad, unravels how a child’s brain develops – and what you can do to optimize it.
This booklet , packed full with illustrations and helpful charts, explains what scientists know about brain development. It shows how a few simple things you do every day can make a big difference.
Although BunnyBear was born a bear, he feels more like a bunny. He prefers bouncing in the thicket to tramping in the forest, and in his heart he’s fluffy and tiny, like a rabbit, instead of burly and loud, like a bear. The other bears don’t understand him, and neither do the bunnies. Will BunnyBear… More BunnyBear
Caring for Myself is an entertaining and educational social skills storybook that will help children with ASDs to understand the importance of taking care of their bodies. Fully illustrated with color photographs, it sets out fun, simple steps that explain what caring for yourself actually involves – how you can do it, where it is… More Caring For Myself
This widely used practitioner resource and course text provides an engaging overview of developmental theory and research, with a focus on what practitioners need to know. The author explains how children’s trajectories are shaped by transactions among early relationships, brain development, and the social environment. A Social Work Practice Guide
Give children wondrous places to learn and grow! Drawing inspiration from a variety of approaches from Waldorf to Montessori to Reggio to Greenman, Prescott, and Olds the authors outline hundreds of ways to create healthy and inviting physical, social, and emotional environments for children in child care. Full-color photographs of actual early childhood programs demonstrate… More Designs for Living and Learning : Transforming Early Childhood Environments
Early Childhood Assessment identifies important outcomes for children from birth to age 5, and how best to assess them in preschool, childcare, and other early childhood programs. The book explores a variety of techniques and instruments for developmental assessment and points to the risks and the dangers of appropriate evaluation techniques that are commonly used… More Early Childhood Assessment: Why, What and How
This book show parents how they can support and encourage their child’s speech and language development from birth to age 6 (or when a child can form 2- to 3-word sentences). Parents and teachers learn how to work through characteristic challenges, including hearing loss, intelligibility issues, apraxia (difficulty planning oral-motor movements), or a slower pace… More Early Communication Skills For Children With Down Syndrome
This practical sourcebook is packed with research-based strategies for helping parents and caregivers take a consistent, active role in supporting young children’s development. Targeting 80 skills in 6 key developmental domains for children birth to three, this reader-friendly guide gives professionals dozens of ready-to-use ideas for helping families and caregivers embed learning opportunities in their… More Early Intervention Every Day!: Embedding Activities in Daily Routines for Young Children and Their Families
Recent research suggests that playing with young children with Autism will help them to find the joy in interacting with others. This book is full of fun games to do at home or in the classroom, for all children.