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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
Assistive Technology for Infants, Toddlers, and Young Children The National Early Childhood Technical Assistance Center (NECTAC) has assembled a variety of resources related to assistive technology at this website. Information includes definitions, federal Laws, state contact information, funding sources, consideration regarding diversity, and frequently asked questions. Website
Assure the Best for Your Baby's Physical Development As a parent, you know your child best. It is important for you to learn what early milestones are expected while your baby is growing. Inside this brochure, a unique chart allows you to track your child's physical development. It begins at 3 months of age and continues to 15 months. Periodically review the information on the chart, and place a check mark next to the signs you see in your baby. Document
Assuring the Family's Role on the Early Intervention Team This paper is a synthesis of practices and ideas for explaining procedural safeguards to families, which assure that families are fully informed in ways that support their role in the early intervention process. The authors solicited information about practices and ideas for explaining procedural safeguards to families from early childhood projects funded by the Office of Special Education Programs of the U.S. Department of Education and from the state lead agencies for Part C. The paper includes a step-by-step model of explaining procedural safeguards that parallels the early intervention process. The authors intend to explore the implications of procedural safeguards for families, but not to analyze the Part C safeguards themselves. The paper has been developed for state Part C leaders, service providers, families, family advocates, and especially for those people who are involved in explaining procedural safeguards to families. Document
At-Home Activity Guide "Play promotes healthy development, even when you're stuck at home." Here is a guide from Zero to Three. Website
Attachment and Child Care Relationships In Part 2 of our series on attachment, Beth Menninga and Dr. Mary Harrison discuss how early childhood educators can promote strong relationships between caregivers and very young children through responsive, consistent caregiving.  Podcast