Developing an Intergenerational Program in Your Early Childhood Care and Education Center: A Guidebook for Early Childhood Practitioners
PennState, College of Agricultural Sciences, 2003 - Children and older people - 46 pages
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Appendix Benefits for participating Bennett Family Center Centre County Child Development Lab children and older children and seniors Children's Literature Civic Ventures classroom College contributions Cooperative Extension Couper create Developmentally Appropriate Practice discussion early childhood center early childhood development early childhood education early childhood professionals early childhood setting Emergent Curriculum Plan environment evaluation example facilitating intergenerational activities family members Gerontology Greenwillow Books guidebook Honolulu Ideas for Intergenerational impact interaction interests involved Kaplan Larkin materials meetings NAEYC Newman Oakton Community College ongoing organizations parasol parents partners Penn State Cooperative Pennsylvania State University Philomel Books physical activity preschool programs in early projects prospective volunteers recruitment regular physical roles Seagull Schools senior adult volunteers senior center share shoes skills staff members staff training storytelling successful intergenerational program teachers teers tion training sessions University of Findlay University Park volunteer opportunities volunteers know week York young children