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  • It is also important to know young children do not have the perspective of others, so we have to show them and tell them how their actions (hitting) makes others feel. They don't understand what their actions do to others. Sent from my iPhone ------Original ... More

  • Joanie, thank you for sharing!  I looked through and the songs are darling!  I love them.  I noticed I have several of the books on the book list, but I was surprised at how many I don't have.  You have great ideas that will surely find a place in my ... More

  • I've taught in 2 different schools. In the first school, we only sent home progress reports and conducted parent/teacher  conferences once a year. They were held in January as registration for the following  year began in February. After I left to stsy ... More

  • Thank you for sharing that resource Carol! ------------------------------ Yolanda C Franklin Infant Toddler Professional Facilitator Collaborative for Children United Way Bright Beginnings Houston, TX ------------------------------ More

  • Hi DeAnn, I've attached my list of picture books and the handout of some of the songs and games that I do.  The picture books are not all just preschool books, so certainly check out the age appropriateness of any that you don't know. This list covers ... More


  • Early Bird Registration is Open for the 2019 Annual Conference in Nashville, TN

    Join us November 20-23 in Nashville, TN at the Music City Center to network and explore the latest trends, solutions, and research in early learning. 

    Early Bird registration is open for the early childhood education event of the year! We can't wait to see you at #naeycAC!

  • Leading with Equity:  Early Childhood Educators Make it Personal

    Leading with Equity: 
    Early Childhood Educators Make it Personal

    The Summary of the June 2018 Leading and Working toward Equity Leadership Summit is out.

    Read the report HERE.

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