Developmentally Appropriate Parenting

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Developmentally Appropriate Parenting

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Ever wonder what preschool teachers are thinking when they do what they do?

Ever wonder where parents are coming from?

Developmentally Appropriate Parenting bridges the gap between home and center. It's the Rosetta Stone of child-rearing, translating the two positions so we can all understand each other.

This new book lets parents know what their children’s preschool teachers and caregivers already understand. It begins a dialogue between the most important adults in a young child’s life – her parents and her teachers – around best practices for developing children’s potential. 

Based in the notion of developmentally appropriate practice, Developmentally Appropriate Parenting describes 5 basic precepts that guide thoughtful childcare. It presents those precepts in the context of 9 everyday concerns that parents and teachers share, including discipline, social interactions, and early literacy. It provides fresh thinking from solid research and backed by the best preschool practices. 

At last, here’s a resource that parents and teachers can enjoy together. At last home and school share the same knowledge and the same understanding. After all, parents are a child’s first teachers and teachers do act in the place of parents during the day. Finally, this book unites them in their desire to guide children’s paths to happiness and success.

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