The Resource A warm and gentle welcome : nurturing children from birth to age three, [editors, Trice Atchison and Margaret Ris]

A warm and gentle welcome : nurturing children from birth to age three, [editors, Trice Atchison and Margaret Ris]

Label
A warm and gentle welcome : nurturing children from birth to age three
Title
A warm and gentle welcome
Title remainder
nurturing children from birth to age three
Statement of responsibility
[editors, Trice Atchison and Margaret Ris]
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Member of
Cataloging source
UV0
Index
no index present
LC call number
LB1029.W34
LC item number
G38 W3 2008 Oversize
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
  • Atchison, Trice
  • Ris, Margaret
Series statement
Gateways series
Series volume
5
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Child development
  • Infants
  • Waldorf method of education
Label
A warm and gentle welcome : nurturing children from birth to age three, [editors, Trice Atchison and Margaret Ris]
Instantiates
Publication
Note
Compiled from the work of the WECAN RIE/Pikler Working Group
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Contents
  • Margaret Ris
  • The developing child in the first three years :
  • Emmi Pikler's trust in the wise infant
  • Jane Swain
  • The wonder and complexity of motor development in infants
  • Vanessa Mitchell Kohlhaas
  • Fostering healthy language development in young children: a journey in relationships
  • Susan Weber
  • Thinking and the consciousness of the young child
  • Renate Long-Breipohl
  • Foreword
  • Caregiving as art :
  • The sacred art of observation
  • Theresa Catlin
  • In their shoes: reflections on coorperative caregiving
  • Kristen Fiegl
  • What's all the talking about?
  • Kim Lewis
  • Making peace with toddler conflict
  • Trice Atchison
  • Tending and cherishing the living spiritual forces in childhood
  • Susan Weber
  • Joyce Gallardo
  • Working with parents :
  • Building bridges: how infant-child classes can help support families
  • Donna Stusser
  • A gradual transition to the nursery
  • Marilyn Pelrine and Kirsten Carr
  • A new vision for creating partnerships with parents
  • Margaret Ris
  • In praise of simple joys
  • Carol Nasr Griset
  • Introduction
  • Trice Atchison and Margaret Ris
  • The changing needs of the family--The fundamental needs of the child :
  • Meeting the needs of the times
  • Cynthia K. Aldinger
  • Do we know why we do what we do? An interview with Helle Heckmann
Control code
ocn640011035
Dimensions
28 cm.
Extent
vii, 112 p.
System control number
(OCoLC)640011035
Label
A warm and gentle welcome : nurturing children from birth to age three, [editors, Trice Atchison and Margaret Ris]
Publication
Note
Compiled from the work of the WECAN RIE/Pikler Working Group
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Contents
  • Margaret Ris
  • The developing child in the first three years :
  • Emmi Pikler's trust in the wise infant
  • Jane Swain
  • The wonder and complexity of motor development in infants
  • Vanessa Mitchell Kohlhaas
  • Fostering healthy language development in young children: a journey in relationships
  • Susan Weber
  • Thinking and the consciousness of the young child
  • Renate Long-Breipohl
  • Foreword
  • Caregiving as art :
  • The sacred art of observation
  • Theresa Catlin
  • In their shoes: reflections on coorperative caregiving
  • Kristen Fiegl
  • What's all the talking about?
  • Kim Lewis
  • Making peace with toddler conflict
  • Trice Atchison
  • Tending and cherishing the living spiritual forces in childhood
  • Susan Weber
  • Joyce Gallardo
  • Working with parents :
  • Building bridges: how infant-child classes can help support families
  • Donna Stusser
  • A gradual transition to the nursery
  • Marilyn Pelrine and Kirsten Carr
  • A new vision for creating partnerships with parents
  • Margaret Ris
  • In praise of simple joys
  • Carol Nasr Griset
  • Introduction
  • Trice Atchison and Margaret Ris
  • The changing needs of the family--The fundamental needs of the child :
  • Meeting the needs of the times
  • Cynthia K. Aldinger
  • Do we know why we do what we do? An interview with Helle Heckmann
Control code
ocn640011035
Dimensions
28 cm.
Extent
vii, 112 p.
System control number
(OCoLC)640011035

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