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Strategies for Preschool Intervention in Everyday Settings (SPIES)

Short Description

Project History Young children with disabilities or special health care needs and preschoolers who may be at risk for developing a disability can benefit by learning through every day activities and routines in the home. SPIES for Parents is a web-based curriculum built to help caregivers learn to use daily activities to teach preschool children. Video clips and text suggest ways to talk to children and give them help during everyday routines in order to help their development and learning.

The website also includes additional information for parents such as links to other helpful websites, strategies that teachers use in preschool classrooms, a language development program, Kid Talk, by authors at Vanderbilt University SPIES for Parents is adapted from Strategies for Preschool Intervention in Everyday Setting (SPIES).