Class/Location:
 
Including Children with Special Needs, Course 1:
Working with Children
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Title

Author

Subject

Description

Code

All Kids Count

Doggett, George

Special Needs

Child care and Americans with Disabilities Act

SN1

Attention Zone, The

Cohen

Special Needs, Behavior

Parents’ guide to Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder

SN1

Children With Special Needs in Early Childhood Settings

Paasche, Gorrill, Strom

Special Needs

Features new approaches to helping children with a variety of characteristics or conditions

SN1 (2)

Creative Play Activities for Children with Disabilities

Morris, Schulz

Special Needs, Play & Games

250+ games and activities for children with disabilities age 0 - 8

SN1

First Start Program Handbook, 2nd Ed.

Krajicek, et al

Special Needs

Informative handbook for providers working with special needs children.

SN1

Hyperactivity: Why Won’t My Child Pay Attention?

Goldstein, Goldstein

Special Needs, Behavior

Complete guide to Attention Deficit Disorder

SN1

I Belong Dowling, Mitchell Special Needs Active Learning for Children with Special Needs SN1

Inclusive Learning Center Book for Preschool Children With Special Needs, The

Isbell, Isbell

Special Needs, CurriculumPreschool

Information for creating an inclusive classroom with adaptable activities for children with varying special needs

SN1

Maybe You Know My Kid

Fowler

Special Needs, Behavior

Understanding and helping the child with ADHD

SN1

My Child Has Autism

Willis

Special Needs

Offers strategies to help children learn to be independent, build social skills, succeed in school and communicate with others

SN1

Out-of-Sync Child, The Kranowitz Special Needs Recognizing and coping with sensory processing disorder SN1
Out-of-Sync Child Has Fun, The Kranowitz Special Needs Activities for kids with sensory processing disorder SN1

Sensory Motor Activities for the Young Child

Hurley

Special Needs, Curriculum

Activities for therapists, teachers and parents to do with children, ages three to seven years old, to facilitate sensory processing abilities

SN1

Simple Transitions for Infants and Toddlers

Miller

Infant/Toddler

Over 400 tips, ideas and easy-to-do activities to help parents and teachers handle day-to-day routines

SN1

Teaching Young Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder Willis Special Needs Easy-to-understand guide to working with children who have autism SN1

We Can Do It!photo

Dwight

Special Needs

Stories of disabled children and the things we have in common

SN1

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