Infant-Toddler Social Studies
Activities to Develop a Sense of Self
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|Format: ||Paperback, 176 pages|
|Published In: ||United States, 12 December 2017|
As infants become toddlers, their expanding sense of self, growing motor, language, and cognitive skills provide opportunities for learning more about the physical and social world around them. This book is a valuable resource for understanding and facilitating young children's development of healthy sense of self, positive cultural identity, effective social relationships, and feelings of connectedness to the broader community.
About the Author
Carla B. Goble has an MS and PhD in child development from Oklahoma State University and a BS in education from the University of Central Oklahoma. She is an award-winning early childhood educator, founding member of the Oklahoma Early Childhood Education Organization, member of the National Association for the Education of Young Children, ZERO To THREE, and other professional organizations focusing on young children and families.
"This is a great resource for Infant and Toddler caregivers to help them understand, plan, and implement high-quality interactions and experiences so that all children reach their maximum potential at each stage of development."--Caren Calhoun, Med, Tulsa Educare, Executive Director "This is not just an activity book, although the simple, engaging activities are perfectly suited to the needs and interests of your babies and toddlers. Creating even more value, Carla Goble applies her expertise as an infant teacher and researcher to suggest age-appropriate, playful, interactive learning opportunities organized around simple themes that will promote holistic development."--Marilou Hyson, PhD, early childhood consultant and adjunct professor, University of Massachusetts-Boston "Finally, a book that addresses the often overlooked curriculum of infant-toddler social studies. It's more important than ever to begin intentionally interacting with children from the earliest age to encourage compassion, awareness, and a positive sense of self. Teacher preparation programs, early care providers, and parents will find this book easy to navigate and implement."--Debbie Deibert, MS Early Childhood Education, associate professor, School of Child Development and Education
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