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Tips for Early CarE and EduCaTion proVidErs Some of the top researchers in the country offer helpful tips and concepts to support work with young children with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). The tips are based on concepts of learning and development that can be worked into everyday routines. Each tip describes a concept, why the concept is important, and a step-by-step description of how to work these simple concepts into everyday routines. Document
Tips for Families on Anticipating Anniversary Reactions to Traumatic Events Whenever something terrifying or tragic has happened, the anniversary will serve as a strong reminder, renewing early reactions and feelings and increasing worries about something similar happening again. As the anniversary of a public tragedy approaches, there may be increased media attention, warnings, rumors, myths, and misconceptions that can easily add to these worries. Document
Tips for Families Series The Office of Head Start, National Center on Health, has published a new series of tip sheets to provide important information to families about how to strengthen the health and wellness of young children. Some of the topics include: active play, health literacy, healthy breathing, healthy eating, mental health, oral health, and safety and injury prevention. Website
Tips For Infant & Toddler Teachers and Caregivers A language-rich environment is one in which babies and toddlers are surrounded by talking, singing, and reading and have many opportunities throughout their day, across all activities, to communicate with others and engage in back and forth interactions. A language-rich environment is important to children?s early brain development, and can have strong effects on early language, vocabulary, reading, and math skills, as well as on children?s social-emotional development. Document
Tips for Tots Looking for evidence-based strategies for supporting very young children to learn and grow, you may want to check out the Tips for Tots series. Each one-page document features a theme (e.g., Support with Transitions), information about what to expect and why, and strategies for supporting the emotional health and success of infants and toddlers. Website
Tips for Tots Looking for evidence-based strategies for supporting very young children to learn and grow. You may want to check out the Tips for Tots series. Each one-page document features a theme (e.g., Support with Transitions), information about what to expect and why, and strategies for supporting the emotional health and success of infants and toddlers. Document
Tips on Toddlers (Part 1) In this podcast, Cindy Croft, Priscilla Weigel, and Dea Anderson explore the foundations of toddler development. Using the lens of developmentally appropriate practice, we will look at expectations of these young ones and set the stage for discussing challenges from behaviors in Part Two. Podcast
Tips on Toddlers (Part 2) Toddlers are wondrous little people whose typical behaviors that can also challenge child care providers! In this podcast, Cindy Croft, Priscilla Weigel, and Dea Anderson discuss some of the challenges like biting and potty training that are common with the age group and offer some suggestions for meeting everyone’s needs. Podcast
To Prevent Bullying, Focus on Early Childhood To prevent bullying before it starts, we need to focus on how bullying behaviors develop--for those engaging in bullying behaviors and those being targeted--starting in early childhood. Child Trends recently conducted a literature review and convened an expert roundtable, which NAEYC took part in, to document current understandings of the roots of bullying in early childhood. We identified key contextual factors linked to bullying behaviors, promising, and evidence-based programs that help address emerging behavior and the need for further research. Document
Toddlers and Challenging Behavior: Why They Do It and How to Respond This ZERO TO THREE article explores the meaning behind challenging behaviors and how parents and caregivers can set age-appropriate limits for their toddlers. Document