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Building Resilience in Young Children Building Resilience in Young Children is a resource to help you boost your child's ability to bounce back from life's challenges and thrive. It is filled with: up-to-date information, helpful tips, parent stories, and links to other resources. The ideas and resources are based on research and have been tested by parents, and the stories were provided by parents of young children. These parents hope that their experiences will help you and your family get through life's ups and downs. Document
Características del Juego (Characteristics of Play) Si bien hay muchas definiciones para la palabra "jugar," el juego quizás se defina mejor al observar algunas características específicas del juego. Esta hoja de consejos explora las cinco características más acordadas del juego. While there are many definitions for the word "play," it is perhaps best defined by looking at some specific play features. This tip sheet explores the five most common characteristics of play. Tipsheet
Center for Early Education and Development The Center for Early Childhood Education and Development (CEED) at the University of Minnesota offers training opportunities, events, and a mix of projects and publications the center is involved with, including infant mental health, approaches to problem behavior, Head Start, Prenatal exposure to drugs, videos, fact finds, Q&A, and round table reports. Information on children from infant to eight on this University of Minnesota Center's site. Website
Child Development: What to Expect and When to Worry (Desarrollo infantil: Qué esperar y cuándo preocuparse) Si observa y registra el desarrollo de todos los niños en su programa rutinariamente, a veces puede encontrar que un niño tiene señales de alerta en su progreso de desarrollo y es hora de hablar con sus padres sobre sus preocupaciones.  Tipsheet
Children and Trauma: How Children May Respond [Caruurta iyo Walbahaarka: Sida Caruurtu ay u Fal-Celiyaan] Cunug kasta mar un buu wuxuu dareemin  dhibaato ama fal celin katimid walbahaar uu cunugu dareemey.  Tani waa caadi waana wax la fili karo, inkasta oo mararka qaarkood astaamaha lagu garto walbahaarka aan cunuga lagu arag ilaa ay usbuucyo kasoowareegt ama bilo ay kasoo wareegto markii uu kudhacay dhibka walbahaarka cunuga ku keeney. Tipsheet
Children's Responses to Crises and Tragic Events Infants, toddlers, preschoolers, and young children who experience a tragic event may show changes in their behaviors. They may also be indirectly affected by a crisis by what they see on the TV or hear. Document
Classroom Transitions Learn ways to help children use positive behaviors during classroom transitions. Website
Classroom Visuals and Supports The Head Start Center for Inclusion offers a library of visual supports for teachers to use with children in the classroom. Look for illustrations of toys, art materials, daily schedule pictures, problem solving cue cards, and classroom certificates, to name just a few. Each one can be downloaded and printed out for immediate use. Website
Concerned About Development? How to Help Your Child Information and practical tips to support parents who have concerns about their child's development. Document
Cover Your Cough Resources from the Minnesota Department of Health: "Stop the spread of germs that make you and others sick - Cover Your Cough!" Website