Social and Emotional Tips for Parents of Infants provides a set of one-page posters that families can refer to during specific daily routines. -- From Center for Early Childhood Mental Health Consultation, MARCH 2012
Some great charts for use by OT/Speech/Physiotherapy/Psychology. I especially like the information under "Resources" and "Areas of Concern," for instance a great chart on developmental milestones ages birth to
Visit Project CONNECT. CONNECT has developed web-based, instructional resources for faculty and other professional development providers that focus on and respond to challenges faced each day by those working with young children with disabilities and their families. The modules help build practitioners’ abilities to make evidence-based decisions.
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The Intersection of Play and Math in Early Childhood - Consider how play can be used to support children’s understanding of patterns and geometry – areas of mathematics that may sound intimidating, but are engaging for young children.