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After the Fire: The Teachable Moment Created by Prevention 1st for classroom teachers, preschools, and day care providers of children affected by a fire. The program provides free materials that help teachers and caregivers deal with the emotional trauma of children and move beyond the incident to teach life-saving fire safety and fire prevention. The program includes: 3 teaching modules with age-appropriate activities for processing the fire event, fire survival skills, and fire prevention skills; Reading list of books in English and Spanish that facilitate discussion of a fire incident, fire safety or fire prevention; Household safety checklists, and at-home activities students can take home. Website
Ages & Stages: Let the Laughter Begin! "Giggling, guffawing, bursting with smiles — humor celebrates the joy of life." Here is a ages and stages guide to laughter from Scholastic.   Website
Allergy and Anaphylaxis Emergency Plan Sample form for development of an action plan. Document
Alliance for Early Success The Alliance for Early Success is a catalyst for bringing state, national, and funding partners together to improve state policies for children, starting at birth and continuing through age eight. Website
An Administrator's Guide to Preschool Inclusion The purpose of this guide is to address some of the issues raised by the administrators of these inclusive settings. We discuss the barriers and roadblocks these administrators encountered as they set up inclusive programs and then worked to keep them going successfully. We present practical strategies that emerged from our work, and we also draw upon the larger literature and work of others. In places, we introduce some of the people who, through their stories and experiences, illustrate how to make high quality early childhood inclusion a reality. Website
An Infographic Guide to Your Baby's First Year Developmental milestones for the first year. Website
Angry Kids: Dealing with Explosive Behavior When a child—even a small child—melts down and becomes aggressive, he can pose a serious risk to himself and others, including parents and siblings.  Document
Apego en programas de atención y educación temprana (Attachment in Early Care and Education Programs) Debido a que las relaciones son la base del desarrollo y el aprendizaje, los proveedores de educación y cuidado infantil juegan un papel fundamental en la vida de los niños con los que trabajan. Esta hoja de consejos cubre cómo establecer relaciones de calidad con los niños bajo su cuidado. Because relationships are at the core of development and learning, early care, and education providers play a critical role in the lives of the children with whom they work. This tip sheet covers how to establish quality relationships with the children in your care. Tipsheet
Are Colors Innate or Learned? New research with four- to six-month-old infants indicates that long before we learn language, we see up to five basic categories of hue—a finding that suggests a stronger biological component to color perception than previously thought.  Document
Assistive Technology for Infants and Toddlers This document is a brief overview of ways in which assistive technology can be a useful resource for very young children. Through a series of questions and answers, information is provided on what types of assistive technology devices can be used with young children and how families can obtain these devices. Document