New resources

New Resources – January 2018

While we were home celebrating the holidays with our families, the Support Centre at Kingstec also received a bunch of presents!  We’ve added the following resources to our library. Send us a message to arrange to borrow these or any other materials. You can find a link to our entire library on our main page.

Science and Nature:

  • Connecting with Nature (activity binder geared to School Age programs)
  • Encyclopedia of Space (geared to school age/teenagers)
  • Extreme Space (space-related information and jigsaw puzzles)
  • Noah Chases the Wind (children’s book)
  • The Adventures of TinTin – Destination Moon (School age book)

School Age:

  • Great Afterschool Programs and Spaces that Wow!
  • (See also the science category above)

Children in Crisis/Trauma:

  • Deployment: Strategies for Working with Kids in Military Families
  • Reaching and Teaching Children Exposed to Trauma
  • Trauma-Informed Practices with Children and Adolescents

Infant/Toddler:

  • Infant-Toddler Social Studies

Socializing:

  • Inspiring Wonder, Awe, and Empathy

Culture and Diversity:

  • Leading Anti-Bias Early Childhood Programs
  • From Far Away (by Robert Munsch; focuses on immigration)
  • Stolen Words

Emergent Curriculum:

  • Learning Stories
  • Reflecting Children’s Lives
  • The Lauguage of Art
  • Windows on Learning
  • The Unscripted Classroom

Working with Families:

  • Deployment: Strategies for Working with Kids in Military Families
  • From Parents to Partners

Children’s Books:

  • Doctor
  • Firefighter
  • From Far Away (by Robert Munsch; focuses on immigration)
  • Noah Chases the Wind
  • Police Officer
  • Slide and Find Truck
  • Teacher
  • The Adventures of TinTin – Destination Moon
  • Stolen Words

Family Home Day Care:

  • Family Child Care Homes

For Directors:

  • Reflecting in Communities of Practice
  • Team Teaching in Early Childhood
  • The Child Care Director’s Complete Guide

Other Resources:

  • Discovering the Culture of Childhood
  • Early Learning Theories Made Visible
  • Einstein Never Used Flash Cards
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