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Parent and Childcare Professional Resources


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Bojczyk, K. E., Shriner, B. M., & Shriner, M. (2012). Supporting Children's Socialization: A

Developmental Approach. San Diego, CA: Bridgepoint Education, Inc. Retrieved from

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. (2018, August 31). Developmental Milestone

Checklist. Department of Health and Human Services. Retrieved from

ELC. (n.d.). Fours Child Development Checklist and Tips. Florida: Early Learning Coalition of

Pinellas County, Inc. Retrieved from

Epstein, J. L. (n.d.). Epstein's Framework of Six Types of Involvment. Baltimore, MD. Retrieved


Fitzpatrick, T., & Wardle, F. (2016). Children and Families: Understanding Behavior and

Dynamics. Bridgepoint Education, Inc. Retrieved from

Groark, C. M. (2014). Early child development: From theory to practice. Retrieved from

Hall, G. E., Quinn, L. F., & Gollnick, D. M. (2014). Introduction to Teaching: Makiing A

DIfference. San Diego, CA: Sage Publications, Inc. Retrieved from
Lefrancois, G. R. (2012). Children's Journey: Exploring Early Childhood. San Diego, CA:

Bridgepoint Education, Inc. Retrieved from

Mossler, R. (2014). Child and Adolescent Development. (2nd ed.). San Diego, CA: Bridgepoint

Education. Retrieved from

Naeyc. (2011, may). Code of Ethical Conduct and Statement of Commitment. position statement.

National Association for the Education of Young Children. Retrieved from

NAEYC. (n.d.). How to Use Visual Schedules to Help your Child Understand Expectations.

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NAEYC. (n.d.). Preventative Strategy Training. Retrieved from

Ostrosky, M., & Butler, A. M. (2018, September). Reducing Challenging Behaviors During

Transitions: Strategies for Early Childhood Educators to Share with Parents. 73(4).

NAEYC. Retrieved from

Vikki F.Howard, E. A. (2015). Assessing Learning and Development in Young Children.

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