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Social-Emotional Development
1. ''Why Can't They Just Behave?'' And Other Silly Questions Parents Ask 
By Laurie Prusso
2. 10 Ways to Involve Children in Their Community 
By Carolyn R. Tomlin
3. 5 Ways to Set Limits 
By Eleanor Reynolds
4. Accommodating Different Personalities and Temperaments 
By Victoria Speaks-Fold, Ed.D.
5. Alternatives to Saying, ''You're a 'Good' Girl'' 
By Carolyn R. Tomlin
6. Ask the Expert: 10 Ways to Prepare Preschoolers for Kindergarten 
By Cindy A. Johnson
7. Ask the Expert: Calming the Anxious Child 
By Ronnie Ginsberg Child Psychologist
8. Ask the Expert: Connecting Children With Nature 
By Richard Cohen Early Childhood Education Specialist
9. Ask the Expert: Starting the New School Year Right 
By Ronnie Ginsberg Child Psychologist
10. Ask the Expert: Teaching Social Skills to Young Children 
By Ronnie Ginsberg Child Psychologist
11. Binkies, Blankets, and Bottles 
By Eleanor Reynolds, M.A
12. Caring: It's Not a Lesson, It's a Way of Life 
By Ruth Wilson, Ph.D.
13. Childhood Fears: Helping Children Cope (Part Two of a Two Part Series) 
By Sandra Crosser, Ph.D.
14. Childhood Fears: What Children Are Afraid Of and Why (Part One of a Two Part Series) 
By Sandra Crosser, Ph.D.
15. Childhood Stress: How Adults Can Help  
By Carolyn Ross Tomlin
16. Communication is Key: Tips for Successful Parent Conferences 
By Susan A. Miller, Ed.D.
17. Connecting Children to Their Cultures and Communities 
By Francis Wardle, Ph.D.
18. Developing the Whole Child: Celebrating the Spirit of Each Child 
By Ruth A. Wilson Ph. D.
19. Do You Know How I Feel? Empathy and the Young Child 
By Sandra Crosser, Ph.D.
20. Easing Separation Anxiety 
By Dr. Sherry Warner
21. Emergent Literacy in a Violent World 
By Sandra Hurley, Ph.D., and Sally Blake, Ph.D.
22. Emerging Morality: How Children Think About Right and Wrong 
By Sandra Crosser, Ph.D.
23. Factors Affecting Socialization of Children 
By Carolyn R. Tomlin
24. Feisty, Adaptable, and Cautious: Recognizing and Understanding Children's Temperament 
By Amy Sussna Klein
25. Finding Humor Through Poems, Rhymes and Stories  
By Carolyn Ross Tomlin
26. Fostering Attachment in the Child Care Setting for Infants and Toddlers 
By Kristen Johnson, senior writer for Parents as Teachers National Center
27. Fostering Goodness & Caring: Promoting Moral Development of Young Children  
By Ruth A. Wilson Ph. D.
28. Fostering Prosocial Behavior in Young Children 
By Kathy Preusse
29. From Superhero to Real-Life Hero: Encouraging Healthy Play 
By Shelley Butler and Deb Kratz
30. Grieving Kids Need Guidance 
By Naomi Naierman
31. Guiding Children in Self Discipline Techniques 
By Carolyn Tomlin
32. Help! Fix That Kid!
How Social and Emotional Competence Encourages and Supports Healthy Behaviors
By John Funk, M.A.
33. Helping the Young Child Deal With Grief 
By Linda Chiara
34. Helping Young Children Cope with Tragedy and Disaster 
By Earlychildhood Staff
35. Helping Young Children Manage the Strong Emotion of Anger  
By Marian Marion, Ph.D.
36. Helping Young Children to Develop Character 
By Sandra Crosser, Ph.D.
37. It Lets the Sad Out: Using Children's Art to Express Emotions 
By blank author
38. Listen With Your Heart: Using Active Listening in the Classroom 
By Eleanor Reynolds
39. Look at the Bright Side of Life 
By George Morrison
40. Making a Difference: Building Emotional Intelligence for a Lifetime 
By Judith Colbert, Ph.D.
41. Needs and Rewards: The Keys to Your Child's Behavior 
By Eleanor Reynolds Children and Families Expert
42. Offering Children Choices: Encouraging Autonomy and Learning While Minimizing Conflicts 
By Sue Grossman Ph. D.
43. Prekindergartners Left Behind 
By Barbara Atkinson
44. Preventing Violence Through Anger Management 
By Mary Drecktrah, Ph.D., and Amy Wallenfang
45. Promoting Social Development Through Play 
By Carolyn Tomlin
46. Raising Caring, Competent and Confident Children 
By Carolyn Ross Tomlin
47. Raising Emotionally Healthy Children 
By Dora Fowler, MBA
48. Respecting Infants & Toddlers: Strategies for Best Practice 
By Terri Jo Swim, Ph.D
49. Soothing Babies' Cries 
By Carolyn Tomlin
50. Starting the New School Year Right 
By Ronnie Ginsberg, Child Psychologist
51. Superhero Play in the Early Childhood Classroom: Issues in Banning Play from the Classroom 
By Brenda J. Boyd, Ph.D.
52. Teaching Children to Care: The Literature Approach 
By Marilyn E. Mecca, Ph.D.
53. Teaching Children to Share 
By Sue Grossman, Ph.D.
54. The ''I Care Club'': A Character Development Program for Preschoolers 
By Judith Mitchell
55. The Challenge of Boys in Our Early Childhood Programs 
By Francis Wardle, Ph.D.
56. The Healing Touch: Helping Children Cope With Post-Traumatic Stress 
By Tim Bete
57. The I Care Club: A Character Development Program for Preschoolers 
By Judith Mitchell
58. The Magical I-Message 
By Eleanor Reynolds
59. The Problem-Solving Parent: ''I Can Do it Myself'' How Parents Teach Independence 
By Eleanor Reynolds Children and Families Expert
60. The Problem-Solving Parent: Boys ''Must'' Be Boys 
By Eleanor Reynolds
61. The Problem-Solving Parent: Extravert or Introvert - Which is Your Child? 
By Eleanor Reynolds, M.A
62. The Problem-Solving Parent: Facing Childhood Fears 
By Eleanor Reynolds, M.A
63. The Shy Child in Your Class 
By Eleanor Reynolds
64. The Temperament Trap: Recognizing and Accommodating Children's Personalities 
By Susan Culpepper
65. Wave Goodbye: Helping Children Deal with the Stress of Moving  
By Marian Marion, Ph.D.
66. What Should We Really Give Our Kids? 
By Eleanor Reynolds, Children and Families Expert
67. Would You Like an Apple or a Banana? Why Offering Toddlers Choices Is Important 
By Sandra Crosser Ph. D.