Play, projects, and preschool standards: nurturing children's sense of wonder and joy in learning
The authors help readers create well-planned projects and activities that capture children's interest and develop the critical social and pre-academic skills identified in state standards.
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Designing the Environment With the Child in Mind 1
Developing Positive Approaches to Learning
Exploring the World Through Science
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