Barnes & Noble The Baby Sleep Solution: A Proven Program to Teach Your Baby to Sleep Twelve Hours aNight

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The Baby Sleep Solution: A Proven Program to Teach Your Baby to Sleep Twelve Hours aNight
The Baby Sleep Solution: A Proven Program to Teach Your Baby to Sleep Twelve Hours aNight
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Suzy Giordano, affectionately known as "The Baby Coach," shares her highly effective sleep-training method in this step-by-step guide to let both baby and parent enjoy long, peaceful nights. Full of common sense and specific tips, the Baby ...Coach s plan offers time- and family-tested techniques to help any baby up to the age of 18 months who has trouble sleeping through the night. Originally developed for newborn multiples, this sleep-training method worked so well with twins and triplets that families with singletons and older babies began asking Suzy to share her recipe for success, resulting in: regular feeding times; 12 hours sleep at night; three hours sleep during the day; peace of mind for parent and baby; and less strain on parents - and their marriage. This edition includes a new chapter on implementing the program with babies up to 18 months. Read More

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Lamaze Peek-a-Boo ForestLearn about different animals in the forest with Lamaze Peek-a-Boo Forest. Each page features a fun peek-a...-boo flap.Crinkly plush owl on cover and bright colors stimulate visual development.The Lamaze Book program offers a comprehensive collection of developmental books. Washable fabrics, durable pages, bright contrasting colors, and specially designed developmental features that make it fun for babies and toddlers to discover, learn, and read. Read More

Disney Baby
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Settle down for story time with this infant's soft book from Disney. Featuring Minnie Mouse, this storybook offers soft, fabric pa...ges, while plastic corner tabs give baby a textural contrast. A clip ring makes it perfect to attach to a play set or stroller. Read More

Leisure Arts
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Leisure arts-simply soft baby Brites. Fun designs from booties to blankets and toys! this book contains nine baby projects. Softco...ver; 30 pages. Published year: 2014. ISBN 978-1-4647-3644-5. Made in USA. Read More

Disney Baby
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Settle down for story time with this infant's soft book from Disney. Featuring Mickey Mouse and Pluto, this storybook offers soft,... fabric pages, while plastic corner tabs give baby a textural contrast. A clip ring makes it perfect to attach to a play set or stroller. Read More

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Take an adventure into the world of animals, following them through their day. This sturdy board book features illustrations of ad...orable animals from land, sea and air! Toddlers will love hearing fun animal sounds, and a sing-along song that reinforces the learning. Read More

Eric Carle
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Find Apparel Collection Parents at! When Mrs. Seahorse lays her eggs, she does it on Mr. Seahorse's belly She knows he ...will take good care of them. While he swims waiting for the eggs to hatch, he meets other underwater fathers caring for their babies. Now Eric Carle's heart-warming New York Times bestseller is finally available in a board book edition, complete with the clear peek-a-boo pages that made the original such a hit. Brimming with bright, colorful sea life, this new board book will be irresistable to young children everywhere. Gender: Female. Age Group: Toddler. Read More

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Eric Carle is one of the most celebrated children's book authors/illustrators of all time, with over 103 million copies of his boo...ks sold worldwide. Inspired by the classic book, The Very Hungry Caterpillar, this clip-on book all about numbers will become your baby's favorite! The book has great activity features on each page, crinkle texture inside, a teether on the cover, a squeaker, and a hanging clip so your baby can have fun and learn anywhere! Read More

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Being a toddler means lots of big, Experiences--socially, emotionally and physically. Toddler Milestones Book Set is here to help!... Each sturdy board book features an interactive story and sing-along songs your toddler will love, plus a Parent Guide full of expert insights and tips for you to try together at home. Read More

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Lamaze Emily's Day Soft BookLearn about Emily's daily routine with the Lamaze Soft Book! Each page features fun peek-a-boo flaps a...nd stimulating bright colors. Reading fosters imagination and the idea of possible worlds. Through identification with characters in a book, children learn social skills such as sharing, taking turns, and cooperation.The Lamaze Book program offers a comprehensive collection of developmental books. Washable fabrics, durable pages, bright contrasting colors, and specially designed developmental features make it fun for babies and toddlers to discover, learn, and read. Read More

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An all soft book with peekaboo flaps, crinkle, and bright colors. Follow Freddie the Firefly around the garden as he explores and ...meets new friends. Who will Freddie see under the peekaboo flaps? After his exciting day it's time for bed. The sweet story and hidden words under crinkly flaps makes reading Shine a Light Freddie fun for parents and baby. A perfect bedtime story. Based on our best-selling Play and Grow stroller toy character Freddie the Firefly! : Read baby the cute story while letting baby discover what is under the crinkly the peekaboo flaps. Hidden words under the flaps help teach baby new character names and words. Perfect bedtime story Carry handle makes it easy to take on the go or attach to a link. Based on our best-selling Play and Grow stroller toy character Freddie the Firefly! Age Grade 12mths+ Read More

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This book is concerned with the conflict in United States schools between principals and teachers over teacher supervision- Many t...eachers are unhappy, regarding classroom supervision as a meaningless and intrusive ritual where all teachers - regardless of experience and competence - receive the same superficial treatment- The solution advocated by the authors includes a more individualized, less clinical form of supervision which draws upon the best of current research on teaching and team leadership-Features- Title - Quality Teaching Through Professional Development- Author - Allan A- Glatthorn- Other Author - Linda E- Fox- Binding - Paperback- Pages - 160- Publication Date - 27-Oct-95- Primary Subject Code - Staff Supervision Evaluation Retention - CAK- Series Title - Principals Taking Action 264- Copyright Year - 1996- Item weight - 10 oz-About the AuthorAllan A- Glatthorn deceased was a Distinguished Research Professor of Education Emeritus at East Carolina University, Greenville, North Carolina- SKU: CRWN682 Read More

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Keep baby entertained with this Disney Mickey Mouse soft book's different textures and sounds. Disney Product Features: Soft pages..., teether, crinkle pages and squeaker provide stimulation. Clip attaches to strollers, car seats and more. Product Details: 5 x 5.25 Ages birth & up Polyester Wipe clean Size: One Size. Gender: Female. Age Group: Infant. Material: Polyester. Read More

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Demonstrating that both struggling students and low-performing schools can show dramatic improvement, the authors provide lessons ...learned from experienced teachers to help educators effectively instruct students who are disadvantaged, culturally diverse, or who may be at risk- Featuring the voices of students, teachers, and administrators, this field-tested guide reviews NCLB mandates and encourages educators to- Establish priorities that focus on student learning- Create a school and classroom climate of respect- Maintain high expectations for academic performance- Rely on results-driven instructional and assessment practices- Collaborate with parents and familiesSaving Our Students, Saving Our Schools, Second Edition, is a valuable resource for educators who want to ensure positive school change and support academic success for their students-Features- Title - Saving Our Students, Saving Our Schools- Sub Title - 50 Proven Strategies for Helping Underachieving Students and Improving Schools- Editor - Robert D- Barr- Primary Author Affiliation - Boise State University- Other Author - William H- Parrett- Binding - Paperback- Pages - 432- Publication Date - 08-Oct-07- Edition No - Second Edition- Primary Subject Code - Leadership - CA7- Item Weight - 30 oz-- Copyright Year - 2008About the AuthorWilliam H- Parrett is the co-author of, The Kids Left Behind Teaching the Underachieving Children of >Saving Our Students, Saving Our Schools 2003, Hope Fulfilled for At-Risk Violent Youth 2001, How to Create Alternative, Magnet, and Charter Schools that Work 1997, Hope at Last for At-Risk Youth 1995, Inventive Teaching Heart of the Small School 1993, The Inventive Mind Portraits of Effective Teaching 1991, and numerous contributions to national journals and international and national conferences- SKU: CRWN2130 Read More

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Take story time to the next level with Baby's First Storybooks! With four interchangeable storybooks and a magical pointer, your c...hild will learn words, sounds and melodies, as well as numbers, colors and shapes. This interactive storybook platform includes 3 different melody buttons, and allows you and your child to read a story or play a fun question and answer game. Read More

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Teach Reading, Not Testing reinforces what teachers already know - test preparation worksheets and drill-and-kill activities do no...t make children into lifelong readers- The authors conscientious approach to reading instruction combines an insider perspective on the development of high-stakes tests with classroom experience in achieving successful reading outcomes at the elementary and secondary levels- Their research-based methodology, building on teachers expertise about best practice, is based on five key components- Aligning instruction to the state or national core standards- Using formative assessment- Connecting units to real-world contexts- Motivating students effectively- Holding on to best practice in literacy instructionIncluded are end-of-chapter quizzes and real-life scenarios, plus a full chapter on teaching literacy with special populations- Readers will find helpful solutions for teaching children to love reading in the midst of the accountability movement and an approach to test preparation that doesnt require teachers to sacrifice everything they already know about teaching kids to read-Features- Title - Teach Reading, Not Testing- Sub Title - Best Practice in an Age of Accountability- Authored - Liz Hollingworth- Primary Author - University of Iowa, USA- Other Author - Hilleary M- Drake- Binding - Paperback- Pages - 144- Publication Date - 08-Nov-11- Primary Subject Code - English - C14- Year - 2012- Item weight - 11 oz-About the AuthorLiz Hollingworth is a professor in the College of Education at the University of Iowa- Her research and teaching interests are centered on curriculum, leadership and assessment- In particular, her work explores how federal school reform policies affect classroom practice- Her other books include Organization and Administration of Iowa Public and Private Schools and Complicated Conversations Race and Ideology in an Elementary Classroom- Dr- Hollingworth grew up in San Diego, taught in Chicago and Michigan and now lives in Iowa City with her husband, Andrew and teenaged daughter, Emily- Hilleary Drake has taught fifth grade for six years in Riverton, Wyoming- Growing up in Texas during the initial wave of the testing craze she understands just how harmful it can be when testing drives instruction- She earned her undergraduate degree from Texas A&M-Corpus Christi and her Masters degree from the University of Iowa- While at Iowa she worked with Iowa Testing Progams as a graduate assistant, gaining behind-the-scene knowledge of the testing industry- Hilleary enjoys reading, traveling and spending time with friends and family, especially her husband Jay- SKU: CRWN2895 Read More

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Raise the caliber of your afterschool program with these exemplary models and get outstanding results Through a comprehensive revi...ew of various afterschool programs across the United States, respected authority on program effectiveness, Olatokunbo Fashola, sheds new light on what works to increase academic achievement during nonschool hours- Administrators, policymakers, teachers, and researchers can benefit from the examples of both the successes and the shortcomings encountered by their colleagues in the quest to create enhanced learning opportunities in safe and enriching environments-This unique resource provides a practical overview of the research and best practices that can be easily adapted and applied in the development of highly effective afterschool programs- A complete discussion of the purposes, functions, methodologies, implementation, and evaluation of numerous programs is provided and organized for quick reference-Building Effective Afterschool Programs Features- Exploration of critical factors necessary for success, such as planning, training, structure, and content- Step-by-step overview of how to create effective programs, from needs assessment to the effects of various types of programs on children- Straightforward guidance on how to evaluate the effectiveness of afterschool programs, including design models- Real-life examples that can be implemented to build afterschool programs with specific goals, including literacy improvement, enrichment of nonremedial skills, enhancement of volunteer tutoring programs, and cultural and character development through community-based programsFeatures- Title - Building Effective Afterschool Programs- Author - Olatokunbo S- Fashola- Primary Author Affiliation - Johns Hopkins University and Optimal Solutions Group- Binding - Hardcover- Pages - 136- Publication Date - 09-Oct-01- Primary Subject Code - After School, Tutoring Out-of-School Programs - CA1- Copyright Year - 2001- Item Weight - 16 oz-About the AuthorOlatokunbo Toks S- Fashola is a senior research fellow with Optimal Solutions Group and an adjunct research scientist and faculty associate at Johns Hopkins University- She has served as principal investigator, evaluator, and advisor for several programs and program evaluations across the country- Prior to joining the Optimal Solutions Group, Fashola was the research director of the Comprehensive School Reform Center at the American Institutes for Research AIR, where she was primarily responsible for the evaluation and production of AIR Reports- This work involved reviewing and evaluating the effectiveness of K-12 programs- Fashola was also involved in the National Longitudinal Study of the No Child Left Behind Act NLS-NCLB and served as a senior content advisor for the What Works Clearinghouse in the area of high school dropouts- SKU: CRWN500 Read More

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In their struggle to identify successful solutions for their schools, teachers, administrators, board members, and parents must through reams of educational rhetoric and sales hype- This definitive resource objectively explains how each program, practice, and philosophy is supported by research and how it really works in schools-A veritable encyclopedia of more than 100 educational innovations, this book not only provides straightforward definitions, but also concisely illustrates the practical applications and research supporting each innovation- Entries also include feedback from award-winning teachers, giving educators an unbiased view of real-world effectiveness-Among the highlights are- Exploration of more than 60 innovative practices, including assertive discipline, computer-assisted instruction, conflict resolution, distance learning, and Socratic method- Examination of results-oriented programs, including emergent literacy, Jumpstart, and Touch Point Math- Detailed discussion of policies from immersion and inclusion, to standardized testing and summer school- Comprehensive coverage of movements, concepts, and theories, including brain-based learning, mainstreaming, multicultural education, and school vouchersFeatures- Title - The Quick Reference Guide to Educational Innovations- Sub-Title - Practices, Programs, Policies, and Philosophies- Author - Carolyn Orange- Primary Author Affiliation - University of Texas at San Antonio- Binding - Hardcover- Pages - 160- Publication Date - 19-Feb-02- Primary Subject Code - Administration Leadership - CA0- Copyright Year - 2002- Item Weight - 18 oz-About the AuthorCarolyn Orange is Professor of Educational Psychology at the University of Texas at San Antonio- She teaches Psychological Basis of Learning, Learning and Development of the School Age Child, Human Growth and Development, and Psychology of Human Motivation- She has a PhD and Master of Arts degree in Educational Psycho logy from Washington University and a Bachelor of Arts degree from Harris Stowe State College- She began her teaching career in the St- Louis Public Schools where she taught for a number of years- Her work as an educator has spanned about 25 years- That period includes some time that she worked for two corporations- She has worked as a researcher and educator in a variety of educational settings elementary, secondary, English as a Second Language ESL, Montessori, special education, adult education, art, and higher education- She has produced a video on self-regulation and has developed a Self-Regulation Inventory- She has published numerous articles in journals such as the Journal of Adolescent and Adult Literacy, The Journal of Experimental Education, The Roeper Review, Journal of Communications and Minority Issues, The Journal of Black Studies, The NASSP Curriculum Report, and The High School Journal- In 2001, she was appointed to the review board of the Journal of Communications and Minority Issues- She is on the Board of Directors for the Girl Scout Council of San Antonio- She was included in Whos Who in the World for 2005; Whos Who Among American Teachers for 1996, 1998, 2000, 2002, and 2003; Whos Who in America 2001, 2002, and 20032004- Her current research interests are envirosocial factors that affect student achievement- She is the author of 25 Biggest Mistakes Teachers Make and How to Avoid Them 2000 and Quick Reference Guide to Educational Innovations xiv FM-Orange-qxd 11122004 421 PM Page xv About the Author xv Practices, Programs, Policies and Philosophies 2002- 25 Biggest Mistakes Teachers Make and How to Avoid Them is a bestseller and has gained worldwide popularity- It has been reviewed in India and translated into Thai, Chinese, and Slovenian- She was inducted into the San Antonio Womens Hall of Fame in 2004- SKU: CRWN469 Read More

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Parenting Tough Kids delivers simple, proven strategies to improve the behavior, organization, learning, and emotional well-being ...of all children-Parents will find case studies and practical ideas to help youngsters improve memory and organization, complete homework and chores more easily, deal with school bullies, build emotional resilience, and create healthy friendships-Features- Sub-Title - Simple Proven Strategies to Help Kids Succeed-- Authored - Mark Le Messurier-- Binding - Paperback-- Pages - 160-- Publication Date - 23-Mar-07-- Primary Subject Code - Resources for Parents - C32-- Item Weight - 16 oz-- Copyright year - 2007-About The AuthorMark Le Messurier is also the author of Cognitive Behavior Training A How-to Guide for Successful Behavior SKU: CRWN3231 Read More

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Research shows that children with positive social skills, a creative nature, and a love of learning are more likely to experience ...success in later school years- However, todays emphasis on early exposure to academic content means little attention is given to developing the affective skills that can make a critical difference in a childs future- Based on her extensive experience in early childhood education, Patricia A- Dischler bridges the gap and demonstrates how incorporating the three Cs-creativity, curiosity, and courtesy-into classroom instruction can support the development of academic skills- This resource shows how to promote school readiness by giving children a desire to learn, teaching them how to learn, and nurturing empathy, emotional intelligence, and problem solving- The book provides- Abundant activities that are fun, easy to use, and developmentally appropriate- Engaging sidebars highlighting teacherstudent dialogue- Methods for integrating the 3 Cs into the curriculum and meeting state standards- Recommendations of related childrens books- Activities indexed by state standards for easy curriculum planningPractical, insightful, and brimming with wisdom, Teaching the 3 Cs illustrates how to foster young students lifelong enthusiasm for learning and give them the foundation to succeedFeatures- Title - Teaching The 3 Cs Creativity, Curiosity, And Courtesy - Sub Title - Activities That Build a Foundation for Success - Edited - Patricia A- Dischler - Primary Author Affiliation - - Binding - Paperback - Pages - 184 - Publication Date - 22-Oct-09 - Primary Subject Code - Early Childhood Classroom Management - C53 - Item Weight - 14 oz-- Copy Right Year - 2010 About the AuthorPatricia Dischler is an author, speaker, and educator, sharing her 20 years of experience in the field of early childhood education and as owner of Patty Cake Preschool for 17 years, a nationally accredited family child care business- The author of several books, including From Babysitter to Business Owner, Because I Loved You, and The Patty Cake Kids The Lost Imagination Cap, she speaks nationally at early childhood and adoption conferences and is a columnist for the National Association for Family Child Care NAFCC National Perspective and Adoption Today Magazine- Dischler is a board member of the NAFCC, Wisconsin Family Child Care Association, and the Wisconsin Early Learning Coalition and was the recipient of the 2007 Wisconsin Governors Award for excellence in the field of child care- SKU: CRWN2664 Read More

Carson-Dellosa Publishing
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Manufacturer Part Number: KE-80405980 pages w/ 4 transparencies - Grades PK - 8Based on current research, Teaching Tips for Kids w...ith Dyslexia provides teachers and parents with practical multisensory methods that will help children acquire the necessary phonological skills to become successful readers. Included are the early signs and symptoms of dyslexia; language intervention strategies; the importance of developing pre-phonemic and phonemic awareness; multisensory methods for identifying letters, reading sight words, and spelling; as well as suggestions for classroom and material modifications; improving handwriting; building confidence; and new instructional concepts. This resource is a must for all elementary classroom teachers! Read More

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