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Learn how to integrate the Learning Stories approach and teacher inquiry groups to promote authentic assessment. List $25 • Member $20 2021 • 128 pages Print: ISBN 978-1-938113-91-8 • Item 1154 E-book: ISBN 978-1-938113-92-5 • Item e1154

Hear from voices across the field as they sound the call to advance the profession toward more equitable educational experiences, systems, and practices. List $30 • Member $24 2021 • 152 pages Print: ISBN 978-1-938113-78-9 • Item 1155 E-book: ISBN 978-1-938113-79-6 • Item e1155

Explore how to define your role as a leader, create a positive social climate, recognize the messages children are communicating with their behavior, and more. List $30 • Member $24 2021 • 160 pages Print: ISBN 978-1-938113-89-5 • Item 1153 E-book: ISBN 978-1-938113-90-1 • Item e1153

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Tips and resources to inspire creative, developmentally appropriate teaching approaches and childcentered lesson planning.

Learn how to implement intentional practices that nurture children’s bilingual identities and augment their growth in all developmental domains.

List $30 • Member $24 2021 • 152 pages Print: ISBN 978-1-938113-83-3 • Item 1152 E-book: ISBN 978-1-938113-84-0 • Item e1152

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Creativity & STEM Coming Soon

This completely revised and updated third edition › Illustrates through detailed vignettes how math concepts can be explored in planned learning experiences as well as informal spaces › Highlights in-the-moment instructional decision-making and child–teacher interactions that meaningfully and dynamically support children in making math connections › Provides an overview of what children know about counting and operations, spatial relations, measurement and data, and patterns and algebra › Offers examples of informal documentation and assessment approaches that are embedded within classroom practice List $40 • Member $32 2021 • 144 pages Print: ISBN 978-1-938113-93-2 • Item 1157 E-book: ISBN 978-1-938113-94-9 • Item e1157

Discover what math teaching and learning looks like in the playful, emergent environment of the early childhood classroom. Every day, children explore math concepts in their conversations and interactions. You can build on that natural curiosity by engaging children in meaningful, complex math learning opportunities that are grounded in their observations and questions. Each chapter of this engaging, easy-to-read book is packed with practical strategies and ideas for fostering hands-on, collaborative, integrated math explorations and inquiries with preschoolers and kindergartners. List $25 • Member $20 2020 • 112 pages Print: ISBN 978-1-938113-65-9 • Item 1146 E-book: ISBN 978-1-938113-66-6 • Item e1146

Using five math-related questions children wonder about as a framework, this book helps you go deeper into everyday math with children by offering › A basic overview of math ideas behind matching and sorting, patterns, number sense, measuring, and spatial relationships › 20 activities appropriate for children in preschool and kindergarten based on new and classic children’s books, games, and classroom routines › Recommendations for more than 75 children’s books that encourage math-rich thinking and investigation › And more! List $25 • Member $20 2019 • 128 pages Print: ISBN 978-1-938113-51-2 • Item 1140 E-book: ISBN 978-1-938113-52-9 • Item e1140

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Teaching in a Diverse Society Together, the voices of early childhood educators, scholars, and professionals can sound the call to advance the profession toward more equitable educational experiences, systems, and practices for all children. This book showcases many of these voices from across the field of early childhood education and invites you to think about and discuss ways you can add your own voice to that call. Expanding on recommendations from NAEYC’s “Advancing Equity in Early Childhood Education” position statement, the contributors to this invaluable resource navigate difficult and complex topics and offer guidance on how to apply more equitable pedagogical practices. Grounded in theoretical frameworks and current research, the chapters look at both the history of inequity in the profession and what the future of education can mean for all children. List $30 • Member $24 2021 • 152 pages Print: ISBN 978-1-938113-78-9 • Item 1155 E-book: ISBN 978-1-938113-79-6 • Item e1155

Educators working with children ages 3 through 6 can apply the concepts and strategies explored in this valuable resource in a variety of early childhood settings and contexts. In each chapter, you’ll find › Discussion of a key concept from a developmental and asset-based perspective that focuses on the role of a child’s home language and their family in the educational process › Examples of children’s and teachers’ experiences within an educational context › Idea Boxes that provide practical ways for educators to apply their understanding in practice › Definitions of key terms › Answers to frequently asked questions › Connections to NAEYC Early Learning Program Accreditation Standards List $25 • Member $20 2021 • 144 pages Print: ISBN 978-1-938113-81-9 • Item 1151 E-book: ISBN 978-1-938113-82-6 • Item e1151

More than ever, young children need educators who can help them navigate and thrive in a world of great diversity, educators who can give them and their families the tools to make the world a more fair place for themselves and for each other. You can be that educator in children’s lives. This classic resource, now expanded and updated, is your guide to building a strong anti-bias program, including learning to know yourself. List $45 • Member $36 2020 • 208 pages Print: ISBN 978-1-938113-57-4 • Item 1143 E-book: ISBN 978-1-938113-58-1 • Item e1143

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Developmentally Appropriate Practice (DAP) A Must-Have for Early Childhood Educators Developmentally Appropriate Practice in Early Childhood Programs Serving Children from Birth Through Age 8, third edition

Developmentally appropriate practice (DAP) is a framework that describes effective teaching practices that are designed to promote young children’s optimal learning and development. List $48 • Member $38.40 2009 • 368 pages Print: ISBN 978-1-928896-64-7 Item 375

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Coming This Fall Developmentally Appropriate Practice in Early Childhood Programs Serving Children from Birth Through Age 8, fourth edition

The long-awaited new edition of NAEYC’s Developmentally Appropriate Practice in Early Childhood Programs is coming! Since the first edition in 1987, this book has been an essential resource for the field. This latest edition of the book is fully revised and updated to underscore the critical role social and cultural contexts play in child development and learning, including new research about implicit bias and teachers’ own context and consideration of advances in neuroscience. Educators implement developmentally appropriate practice by recognizing the many assets all young children bring to the early learning program as individuals and as members of families and communities. 2021 • 376 pages Print: ISBN 978-1-938113-95-6 • Item 1156 E-book: ISBN 978-1-938113-96-3 • Item e1156

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Teaching Strategies List $25 Member $20 2021 128 pages Print: ISBN 9781-938113-91-8 Item 1154 E-book: ISBN 978-1-93811392-5 Item e1154

Learn how to integrate the Learning Stories approach and teacher inquiry groups to promote authentic assessment.

List $30 Member $24 2019 136 pages Print: ISBN 9781-938113-53-6 Item 1141 E-book: ISBN 978-1-93811354-3 Item e1141

Slow down, tune in, and discover the very purposeful play of infants and toddlers to gain a new appreciation for their competence and curiosity.

List $20 Member $16 2018 80 pages Print: ISBN 9781-938113-35-2 Item 1135 E-book: ISBN 978-1938113-87-1 Item e1135

Outlines the basic information family child care providers need to run a successful program in a warm, welcoming setting.

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List $30 Member $24 2021 152 pages Print: ISBN 9781-938113-83-3 Item 1152 E-book: ISBN 978-1938113-84-0 Item e1152

Tips and resources to inspire creative, developmentally appropriate teaching approaches and child-centered lesson planning.

List $28 Member $22.40 2019 144 pages Print: ISBN 9781-938113-39-0 Item 1137 E-book: ISBN 978-1-93811340-6 Item e1137

Discover how to provide guided play experiences along with opportunities for unstructured play to support children’s knowledge in key areas.

List $28 Member $22.40 2017 160 pages Print: ISBN 9781-938113-29-1 Item 1131 E-book: ISBN 978-1938113-85-7 Item e1131

Use this straightforward introduction to the core concepts of teaching and supporting children with disabilities alongside their peers to ensure that all children meet their potential.

List $35 Member $28 2020 144 pages Print: ISBN 9781-938113-63-5 Item 1145 E-book: ISBN 978-1-93811364-2 Item e1145

Tap into children’s inherent curiosity to create a dynamic emergent curriculum plan based on children’s interests and thinking.

List $28 Member $22.40 2020 160 pages Print: ISBN 9781-938113-61-1 Item 1144 E-book: ISBN 978-1-93811362-8 Item e1144

Concrete strategies and tips for implementing recommendations from NAEYC’s position statement on advancing equity in your work with children ages 3 through 5.

List $28 Member $22.40 2018 160 pages Print: ISBN 9781-938113-33-8 Item 1134 E-book: ISBN 978-1-93811349-9 Item e1134

Shows how to use the Code to guide your actions and responses to challenging situations in your work with children, their families, colleagues, and the community.

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Interactions Matter! List $30 Member $24 2021 160 pages Print: ISBN 978-1-93811389-5 Item 1153 E-book: ISBN 978-1-93811390-1 Item e1153

Explore how to define your role as a leader, create a positive social climate, recognize the messages children are communicating with their behavior, and more.

List $35 Member $28 2020 168 pages Print: ISBN 978-1-93811355-0 Item 1142 E-book: ISBN 978-1-93811356-7 Item e1142

Discover the awe-inspiring capabilities of infants and toddlers to learn and love when nurtured through meaningful relationships.

The essential guide for all coaches and professionals who support the work of teachers. Use this guide to build on your strengths and make your coaching practice even more effective.

List $36 Member $28.80 2016 128 pages Print: ISBN 9781-938113-19-2 Item 2451 E-book: ISBN 978-1-93811359-8 Item e2451

List $32 Member $25.60 2020 144 pages Print: ISBN 9781-938113-67-3 Item 1147 E-book: ISBN 978-1-93811368-0 Item e1147

Learn the basics of what trauma is, targeted suggestions for creating trauma-informed classrooms and practices that support children and families, and more.

List $28 Member $22.40 2019 140 pages Print: ISBN 9781-938113-45-1 Item 1139 E-book: ISBN 978-1-938113-46-8 Item e1139

Use the practical information, strategies, and resources in this book to develop and embed a culture of family engagement in all aspects of your early childhood program.

List $25 Member $20 2016 176 pages Print: ISBN 9781-938113-22-2 Item 1181 E-book: ISBN 978-1-93811388-8 Item e1181

Explore real-life ethical issues with early childhood professionals in the context of the NAEYC Code of Ethical Conduct.

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List $38 Member $30.40 2020 168 pages Print: ISBN 9781-938113-72-7 Item 1148 E-book: ISBN 978-1938113-73-4 Item e1148

The new edition of this bestselling classic covers everything you need to understand what Powerful Interactions® are.

List $30 Member $24 2017 160 pages Print: ISBN 9781-938113-30-7 Item 1132 E-book: ISBN 978-1938113-48-2 Item e1132

Learn how to meet children at their individual developmental levels, stretch their thinking, be intentional in your teaching, and scaffold children’s learning.

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Developmentally Appropriate Practice (DAP)

New & Noteworthy Resource Library on Trauma and Young Children Explore the key concepts of trauma and sensitive strategies for working with young children who have experienced trauma.

The Path to Quality Early Learning Services Learn about NAEYC’s history, mission, and goals; the foundations of developmentally appropriate practice; and NAEYC’s Early Learning Program Standards, which provide a framework to achieving a high-quality program.

Equity & Diversity Culturally Appropriate Positive Guidance Find classroom examples and practical strategies to enhance awareness of how cultural practices are deeply embedded in the behavior of children and families.

Get insights on the core considerations, principles of child development, and guidelines for DAP in action.

 What Do Teachers Need to Now?  What Do Professional Development Providers Need to Know?  Focus on Infants and Toddlers  Focus on Preschoolers  Focus on Kindergarteners Play Self-paced, 1-hour online modules with classroom examples and practical strategies.

 Serious Fun  Ampliando el Aprendizaje de los Niños a Través del Juego Guiado  High Order Thinking (HOT): Tinkering  HOT: Creativity  HOT: Big Questions

Each and Every Child: Teaching Preschool with an Equity Lens Discover key practices in combating implicit bias, strategies and tips for how to support learning and development, and examples of intentional play opportunities and guided instructional supports

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Don’t Miss Out on NAEYC’s Award-Winning Periodicals Teaching Young Children and Young Children are packed full of useful, research-based information for early childhood professionals. Check them out today! Subscriptions are included in select NAEYC member levels; visit NAEYC.org/membership to learn more and join today.

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Covering a broad range of subjects, this bestselling series includes articles carefully curated from NAEYC’s award-winning Young Children journal.

Equity Diversity

Equity and Diversity List $25 • Member $20 2019 • 136 pages Print: ISBN 978-1-938113-41-3 • Item 2843 E-book: ISBN 978-1-938113-42-0 Item e2843

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Create environments that boost learning and build social relationships among students Engage young learners in interpreting complex literature and thinking deeply and meaningfully about math and science

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Using the ideas presented here as a foundation, educators can make the most of their time with students by using each interaction as a powerful opportunity to instill confidence, competence, and a love of learning.

List $25 Member $20 2017 • 116 pages Print: ISBN 978-1938113-31-4 Item 2850 E-book: ISBN 978-1-938113-99-4 Item e2850 Spotlight on Young Children: Teaching and Learning in the Primary Grades includes research-based techniques and vivid examples to help primary educators refine and improve all areas of their instruction, from literacy to social studies to the integration of technology to social and emotional learning. This accessible text will help teachers enhance their instructional strategies, benefitting all their students in a range of ways.

—Dana Nerenberg, Principal, Sitten Elementary, Portland Public Schools

This book offers refreshing content for teachers striving to provide an equitable education for students in diverse classrooms. The articles merge theory and practice, inviting educators to reflect on and deepen their practice.

—Holly Dixon, Primary Teacher, Philadelphia, PA

This collection of articles emphasizes the importance of connecting real-world experiences to student-centered practices by engaging students in meaningful dialogue and critical thinking. It encourages educators to create supportive and collaborative learning environments in the primary classroom!

—Lisa D. Wood, Associate Instructor, Indiana University

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Teaching and Learning in the Primary Grades

H. Bohart, H.B. Collick, & K. Charner

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Spotlight on Young Children

Empowering students to be active thinkers and learners

Primary students enter the classroom as capable thinkers with unique experiences, skills, and ideas about the world. Using this new collection of articles, educators can build on that preexisting knowledge to take teaching and learning to the next level. This valuable resource will help you

Spotlight on Young Children: Teaching and Learning in the Primary Grades

Observation and Assessment

Each book includes research-based articles and questions to help readers reflect on the content of the articles and on their practice. Perfect for higher education courses and in-service workshops!

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Exploring Language and Literacy List $25 Member $20 2014 • 112 pages Print: ISBN 978-1938113-05-5 Item 2830

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Teaching and Learning in the Primary Grades List $25 Member $20 2016 • 136 pages Print: ISBN 978-1938113-20-8 Item 2841 E-book: ISBN 978-1-952331-00-8 Item e2841

Supporting Dual Language Learners List $25 Member $20 2014 • 104 pages Print: ISBN 978-1938113-13-0 Item 2210

Exploring Science

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Find Even More Online at NAEYC.org/shop! From Survive to Thrive List $28 Member $22.40 2018 • 176 pages Print: ISBN 9781-938113-36-9 Item 1136 E-book: ISBN 978-1-938113-60-4 Item e1136

• Acknowledgments • Problem solving • Closing

—Karen Cairone, Devereux Center for Resilient Children

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Young Children Solving Problems Together

Emily Vance

As long as early childhood professionals continue to gather children for the sake of learning, class meetings will be an important topic.

Class Meetings Revised Edition

Class meetings have four major components:

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The experiences children have in class meetings can help them use problem-solving strategies outside the meetings, enabling them to depend less on adult intervention and use positive language with each other— important stepping-stones on the path to healthy self-esteem and respect for others. A primary school administrator has this to say about class meetings, “We would be remiss not to make experiences like class meeting a daily part of the total program. These children leave our classrooms equipped with options, tools, and strategies for coping with social situations, as well as with academics.”

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Supporting Students, Meeting Standards

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Gera Jacobs is a professor of early childhood education at the University of South Dakota. She served as president of NAEYC from 2012 to 2014.

Kathy Crowley is a kindergarten teacher and has taught preschool through the primary grades. She also served as vice president of the South Dakota AEYC.

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Class meetings have many different names—group time, gathering time, community circle, morning meeting—and take just as many forms. The focus in this book is on using this part of the classroom day for resolving conflicts, coconstructing problem-solving strategies, and making the classroom a safe, positive environment so that children in preschools, kindergartens, and the primary grades can channel their energy into constructive interactions and learning.

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Class Meetings List $18 Member $14.40 2014 • 80 pages Print: ISBN 978-1938113-00-0 Item 172

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Written by a teacher for teachers, this practical book offers teachers everything they need to know about what class meetings are, how to get started, and how to adapt the approach to their changing classrooms.

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Experiencing Nature with Young Children

Independent Learners

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Nurturing Creativity

Making & Tinkering with STEM

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Power of Emergent Curriculum

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Healthy Young Children, fifth edition

What You Need to Lead an Early Childhood Program

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Shipping/handling NAEYC ships via UPS Ground. UPS does not deliver to PO boxes, so please make sure you include a complete street address. Orders shipping to PO boxes will be sent via US Mail.

SALES TAX AND TAX EXEMPTIONS Items sold by NAEYC and shipped to Georgia; Illinois; Washington, DC; and additional states may be subject to sales tax. To qualify for state sales tax exemption, we must receive a copy of your tax exemption certificate with your order. PAYMENT All payments must be in US funds ($US). Checks and money orders made payable to NAEYC must be drawn on a US bank and in $US. To purchase items with a credit card, please use the NAEYC Online Store at NAEYC. org/shop or contact the Customer Care Center at 1-800-424-2460.

STANDARD SHIPPING UPS Ground SUBTOTAL AMOUNT S/H CHARGE Up to $60 $8 Over $60 10% of the Subtotal US Mail Option • Place your order online or call our Customer Care Center at 1-800-424-2460 for a quote. RUSH SHIPPING

RETURN INSTRUCTIONS 1. Returns must be made within 30 days of invoice date. 2. Product Return Restrictions: • Multimedia—returnable only if shrinkwrap is intact • Week of the Young ChildTM Gift Items—not returnable 3. Call 1-800-424-2460 for return instructions. 4. If the items are returnable, you will be mailed a Return Merchandise Authorization (RMA). 5. Write the RMA number on the outside of your package(s). 6. Return to the address indicated on your RMA within one (1) month of RMA date. 7. Returns made to any address other than that stated on the RMA will not be accepted or will be considered lost. No credit will be given. Please pack carefully. Returned items must be received in original, resalable condition (i.e., no bar coding or stickers applied, no sticker residue). Returned items not in resalable condition will not be credited and will not be sent back to you. Returns made without a valid RMA will not be accepted and credit will not be given.

Rush shipping/handling is available upon request. A fee of $17.50 applies to all rush orders. • Rush orders placed by phone or online by 11 am Eastern Time are processed in 1–2 business days • Rush orders placed by fax are processed in 3–5 business days INTERNATIONAL ORDERING

Customers in Europe, Asia, Africa, South America, Australia, and New Zealand: Please check NAEYC.org/resources/pubs/info for instructions.

Customers in Canada: Please contact our distributor, Login Canada Phone: 1-800-665-1148 Email: custserv@lb.ca lb.ca


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Other ways to place your order: Phone: 1-800-424-2460 (M–F, 9 am–5 pm ET) Fax: 202-328-2649 By Mail: NAEYC Resource Sales, PO Box 96261, Washington, DC 20090-6261

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Promo Code Standard Shipping/Handling (No PO Boxes) If your subtotal is under $60, add $8 for shipping Orders above $60, add 10% of the subtotal IL, GA, and DC residents, please add your state’s sales tax

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call NAEYC’s Customer Care Center at 1-800-424-2460, for more information.

Payment Method £ Check: for US$ drawn on US bank ONLY. £ Purchase Order (not eligible for Member pricing): P.O. #__________________________ £ Credit Card: To purchase items with a credit card, please use the NAEYC Online Store at NAEYC.org/shop or contact the Customer Care Center at 1-800-424-2460. NAEYC Member ID: _______________________________________________ Valid Through: _______________________________________________ Your member number is printed on the catalog mailing label above your name and on your member ID card. A current member number is required to get member pricing. Not a member? Consider joining today at NAEYC.org/membership.

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