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Working with Young Children

Chapter 1:
You: Working with Young Children

Chapter 2:
Types of Early Childhood Programs

Chapter 3:
Observing Children: A Tool for Assessment

Chapter 4:
Child Development Principles and Theories

Chapter 5:
Understanding Children from Birth to Age Two

Chapter 6:
Understanding Two- and Three-Year-Olds

Chapter 7:
Understanding Four- and Five-Year-Olds

Chapter 8:
Middle Childhood

Chapter 9:
Preparing the Environment

Chapter 10:
Selecting Toys, Equipment, and Educational Materials

Chapter 11:
Promoting Children’s Safety

Chapter 12:
Planning Nutritious Meals and Snacks

Chapter 13:
Guiding Children’s Health

Chapter 14:
Developing Guidance Skills

Chapter 15:
Guidance Challenges

Chapter 16:
Establishing Classroom Limits

Chapter 17:
Handling Daily Routines

Chapter 18:
The Curriculum

Chapter 19:
Guiding Art, Blockbuilding, and Sensory Experiences

Chapter 20:
Guiding Storytelling Experiences

Chapter 21:
Guiding Play and Puppetry Experiences

Chapter 22:
Guiding Manuscript Writing Experiences

Chapter 23:
Guiding Math Experiences

Chapter 24:
Guiding Science and Technology Experiences

Chapter 25:
Guiding Social Studies Experiences

Chapter 26:
Guiding Food and Nutrition Experiences

Chapter 27:
Guiding Music and Movement Experiences

Chapter 28:
Guiding Field Trip Experiences

Chapter 29:
Programs for Infants and Toddlers

Chapter 30:
Programs for School-Age Children

Chapter 31:
Guiding Children with Special Needs

Chapter 32:
Engaging Parents and Families

Chapter 33:
A Career for You in Early Childhood Education