Family Child Care Homes: Creative Spaces for Children to Learn (Paperback)
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Family Child Care Homes: Creative Spaces for Children to Learn (Paperback)

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Paperback 240 Pages / Published: 30/06/2011
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In family child care settings, it is important that the environment promotes the comfortable feeling of home while also supporting children's needs and maximizing their learning experiences. Filled with wisdom from an experienced family child care professional, this resource includes advice to enhance any setting and knowledgeable suggestions for item selection, furniture arrangement, storage, and more. Loaded with color photographs and architectural illustrations of indoor and outdoor family child care settings, this resource provides plenty of inspiration and practical information to create a comfortable, home-like setting that benefits children of all ages.

Publisher: Redleaf Press
ISBN: 9781605540757
Number of pages: 240
Weight: 50 g
Dimensions: 279 x 216 x 13 mm


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"Finally, a resource for family child care providers who want to keep the feeling of home in family child care. The author's commitment to family child care environments as warm and inviting spaces--where both children and adults are comfortable and where learning happens all the time--is obvious. The questions posed throughout the book are guaranteed to help providers think about their environment creatively; the photographs are gorgeous and will spark readers' creativity in their own programs. What a wonderful new resource for family child care providers."
--Barbara Sawyer, Director of Special Projects, National Association for Family Child Care

-Finally, a resource for family child care providers who want to keep the feeling of home in family child care. The author's commitment to family child care environments as warm and inviting spaces--where both children and adults are comfortable and where learning happens all the time--is obvious. The questions posed throughout the book are guaranteed to help providers think about their environment creatively; the photographs are gorgeous and will spark readers' creativity in their own programs. What a wonderful new resource for family child care providers.-
--Barbara Sawyer, Director of Special Projects, National Association for Family Child Care

"Finally, a resource for family child care providers who want to keep the feeling of home in family child care. The author's commitment to family child care environments as warm and inviting spaces--where both children and adults are comfortable and where learning happens all the time--is obvious. The questions posed throughout the book are guaranteed to help providers think about their environment creatively; the photographs are gorgeous and will spark readers' creativity in their own programs. What a wonderful new resource for family child care providers."
--Barbara Sawyer, Director of Special Projects, National Association for Family Child Care

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