Edited by Donna Wittmer

The Encyclopedia of Infant and Toddlers Activities. Revised edition

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Catalog No. 29790

With new activities and explorations, tips and information to help you understand how to support the littlest learners, and research nuggets to enhance your own professional knowledge, the Encyclopedia of Infant and Toddler Activities, Revised edition, will be your go-to resource!

... Learn about the rapid brain growth in the earliest years.

... Discover how infants and toddlers learn through active exploration.

... Learn how to create a developmentally appropriate environment where infants and toddlers feel safe to explore.

... Find out how to support development of language, social-emotional, cognitive, and motor skills.

Activities will help you support curiosity, play, exploration, persistence, emerging foundations in literacy and math, problem solving, and so much more!

Donna Wittmer, PhD, is professor emerita of early childhood and early childhood special education in the School of Education at the University of Colorado, Denver. She earned her doctorate in child, family, and community studies at Syracuse University. A prolific author, she has written dozens of articles and books on early childhood development. She is a sought-after speaker and presenter worldwide.

288 pages. 2017


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