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|Encyclopedia of Infant & Toddler Activities||Central Stacks
|LB1139.35 A37 E53 2006|
|The Child : An Encyclopedic Companion||Downtown Reference||HQ767.84 .C55 2009|
|Wired to move : facts and strategies for nurturing boys in an early childhood setting||Downtown Stacks||LC1390 .M67 2013|
|Up, down, move around : nutrition and motor skills : active learning for preschoolers||Downtown Stacks||LB1140.5 .H4 M53 2013|
|Creative resources for the early childhood classroom||Downtown Stacks||LB1140.4 .H47 2013|
|Activities for responsive caregiving : infants, toddlers, and twos||Downtown Stacks||HQ778.5 .B36 2013|
Building Inner Controls, pt. 9 of The Whole Child: ECD 105 students can access the video, Building Inner Controls, which is part 9 of the Whole Child series from this link to the Annenberg Learner website.
I Am Your Child: I Am Your Child is a national public awareness campaign to make Early Care Education a top priority in our nation. Site offers info on stages of childhood development, brain development, parenting tips and link to other resources and expert advice, http://www.iamyourchild.org.
National Association for the Education of Young Children: National Association for the Education of Young Children provides tools and information about Early Care Education that can be used in classrooms and programs, http://www.naeyc.org.
Website of the Council for Exceptional Children: http://www.cec.sped.org
South Carolina Department of Education: Includes a link to the Office of Early Childhood Education, employment and job opportunities and information on DSS training, http://ed.sc.gov/index.html.
Kids Count South Carolina: http://scchildren.org/advocacy_and_media/kids_count_south_carolina/
National Network for Child Care: Contains information on a wide range of topics including quality child care, children's books, health and safety, etc. Includes links to children's web sites, http://www.nncc.org/.
National Resource Center for Health and Safety in Child Care: Excellent Site--good for locating state day care regulations, health and safety tips, and other child care information resources, http://nrckids.org/.
Early Childhood: News articles, activities and curriculum, links and more..., http://www.earlychildhood.com.
ERIC online: http://www.eric.ed.gov/
ERIC Early Childhood Research and Practice: Internet journal on the development, care, and education of young children--good for finding info on different learning styles and teaching methods, http://ecrp.uiuc.edu/.
Educational Press: Create free educational worksheets such as flashcards, game boards, and quizzes to print directly from your browser. Choose from pre-made lists, http://www.educationalpress.org.
Ed Helper: Has some free puzzle creating tools and some that you have to sign up to use (at a cost). Click on "make puzzles" to access these, http://www.edhelper.com.
Crossword Puzzle Games: Create crossword puzzles, http://www.crosswordpuzzlegames.com/.
Cryptograms: Create cryptograms, http://www.crosswordpuzzlegames.com/cryptomaker.html.
John Newbery Medal: Presented annually to author of most distinguished American children's book. Description of criteria and link to list of award winning titles, http://www.ala.org/ala/mgrps/divs/alsc/awardsgrants/bookmedia/newberymedal/newberymedal.cfm.
List of Newbery Medal winners in the SCC Library
Randolph Caldecott Medal: Presented annually to the artist of the most distinguished American picture book for children. Description of criteria and link to list of award winning titles, http://www.ala.org/ala/mgrps/divs/alsc/awardsgrants/bookmedia/caldecottmedal/caldecottmedal.cfm.
List of Caldecott Medal winners in the SCC Library.
Coretta Scott King Award: Honors African American authors and illustrators of children's literature. Description of criteria and link to list of award winning titles.
List of Coretta Scott King Award winners in the SCC Library.
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Last updated: 04/27/18