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1 PA Early Learning Standards Infants- Toddlers Parents as Teachers Foundational Curriculum & PAT Approach Social and Emotional Development Goals for Infants and Toddlers General Developmental Information Partnerships for Learning: Families, Learning Environments and Communities Child Development Chart (PH) 20.1: Connections Looking at Development (7 PERs, one for every phase) Information Exchange Differences and Delays in Development (PER) Home to School Connections Understanding Differences in Development (PH) School to Home Connections Fine SMILE (PH) 20.2: Family Engagement Domain-Specific Handouts & Resources Shared Govenance or Decision Making Social-Emotional Development: 8 to 14 Months (PER) Special Events and Activities Social Emotional Development: Months (PER) 20.3: Supporting Children's Learning Parent-Child Interaction (1 PER, 1 PH) Screening and Assessment Infant Massage (1 PER, 2 PHs) Goal Development Sensory Systems (1 PER, 2 PHs) Ongoing Progress Review Crying (1 PER, 2 PHs) Community Supports Attachment (2 PERs, 3 PHs) 20.4: Transition Discipline (3 PERs, 7 PHs) Program Entry Child Stress (2 PERs, 2 PHs) Program Exit Temperament (1 PER, 2 PHs) Community Connections Supporting Prenatal Attachment (PER) Social and Emotional Development: Learning Abount Myself and Others Prenatal Attachment (PH) 25:1 Self Concept Attachment and Brain Development (PER) Self Awareness Your Baby s/child s Social-Emotional Development (8 PHs) Understanding Emotions Understanding Stranger and Separation Anxiety (PH) Competence Nurturing Self-Esteem (PER) 25.2: Self Regulation Your Child s Developing Self-Esteem (PH) Emotional Regulation Understanding Negativism (PER) Behavioral Regulation When No is Your Child s Favorite Word (PH) 25.3: Pro- Social Relationships With Adults When Your Child Says I m Scared (PH)

2 Trust The Importance of Pretend Play (PER) Attachment Pretend Play With Your Child (PER) 25.4: Pro-Social Relationships With Peers The Value of Play (PER) Social Identity Young Sibling Relationships (PER) Respect and Empathy It s MINE! (PH) Nurturing Self-Esteem (PER) Your Child s Developing Self-Esteem (PH) Teaching Children to Solve Problems (PER) Helping Your Child Learn to Solve Problems (PH) Using Books to Explore Your Child s Emotions (PH) Parenting Behaviors (PER) Developmental Topics: Transitions/Routines (Toolkit) Developmental Topics: Discipline (Toolkit) Relevant Parent-Child Activity Pages What Do Babies Do? Understanding Reflexes and Responding to Needs Infant Massage: Getting in Touch Hush, Little Baby: Holding and Soothing In Sync With Massage: Communicating and Responding I Am Special: Stretching and Relaxing Yoga: Stretching, Relaxing, and Connecting Baby Games: Anticipating, Interacting, and Taking Turns Sensory Box: Filling, Sharing, Pouring, and Exploring Poor Jacob: Imitating and Caring Pretend Picnic: Imagining and Showing Understanding Train Ride: Pretending and Lining Up Take Care: Imitating and Caring Pretend Play: Dressing Up and Acting Out Stories Bears With Feelings: Pretending and Talking About Emotions Turn-Taking Tub: Giving and Playing Caregiving Routines: Trusting and Comforting People Pictures: Talking About Feelings and Fears Family Traditions: Communicating, Creating, and Sharing Approaches Toward Learning Goals for Infants and Toddlers General Developmental Information

3 Approaches Toward Learning Through Play: Consructing, Organizing and Applying Knowledge Child Development Chart (PH) 15.1: Constructing and Gathering Knowledge Fine SMILE (PH) Curiousity and Initiative Looking at Development (7 PERs) Risk Taking Differences and Delays in Development (PER) Stages of Play Understanding Differences in Development (PH) 15.2: Organizing and Understanding Information Domain-Specific Handouts and Resources Engagement, Attention and Persistence Baby Signs (1 PER, 1 PH) Task Analysis Parenting Behaviors (Toolkit) Reasoning and Problem Solving Parenting Behaviors (1 PER, 1 PH) 15.3: Applying Knowledge Your Baby s Experiments With Cause and Effect (PH) Creativity, Flexibility and Invention Play (2 PERs, 3 PHs) 15.4: Learning Through Experience Making the Most of Toys (PER) Home School Identity Choosing Age-Appropriate Toys for Babies (PH) Resilience Choosing Age-Appropriate Toys for Toddlers (PH) Culture Puzzle Play (PH) Creative Thinking and Expression: Communicating Through the Arts 9.1a: Production and Performance: Music and Movement 9.1a.1 Aesthetic Response 9.1a.2 Exploration 9.1a.3 Creation Playing With Blocks (PER) Your Child Loves to Play With Blocks (PH) Understanding Temper Tantrums (PER) Taming a Temper Tantrum (PH) Handling Frustration Before a Tantrum Starts (PH) 9.1b: Production and Performance: Dramatic and Performance Play Helping Your Baby Learn to Feed Himself (PH) 9.1b.1 Dramatic Expression Outdoors (1 PER, 1 PH) 9.1b.2 Performance Child Stress (2 PERs, 2 PHs) 9.1c: Production and Performance: Visual Arts Temperament (1 PER, 2 PHs) 9.1c.1 Representation What Is Special About This Age? (8 PHs) 9.1c.2 Construction Your Baby s/child s Social-Emotional Development (8 PHs) 9.1c.3 Personal Connections Nurturing Self-Esteem (PER) 9.2: Historical and Cultural Context of Works in the Arts Your Child s Developing Self-Esteem (PH) Patterns and Themes Social-Emotional Development (3 PERs) 9.3: Critical Response to Works of Art Motor Development (3 PERs) Critical Response Your Baby s/child s Motor Development (8 PHs) Identification Fine Motor Skills From 8 to 14 Months (PH) 9.4: Aesthetic Response to Works in the Arts Discovering, Understanding, Experimenting, Adjusting (PH) Emotional Response The Role of Small Muscles in Learning (PER)

4 The Role of Large Muscles in Learning (PER) Drawing and Writing (PH) Helping Your Child Learn to Cut (PH) Dressing Games (PH) Problem Solving (PER) Teaching Children to Solve Problems (PER) Helping Your Child Learn to Solve Problems (PH) Relevant Parent-Child Activity Pages Face to Face Talking: Looking and Communicating Face Pattern: Visual Tracking and Focusing Infant Massage: Getting in Touch and Calming Tracking Toy: Watching and Learning Grab It: Using Eyes and Hands Together, Grabbing and Batting Find the Toy: Seeking and Hiding Baby Games: Anticipating, Interacting and Taking Turns Unwrapping a Toy: Being Curious and Exploring Using Fingers: Picking up and Observing Objects Promoting Walking: Pushing and Cruising Imitation Play: Leading and Following Pretend Picnic: Imagining and Showing Understanding Blocks: Talking about Building Dressing Teddy: Putting on Clothes and Pretending Language and Literacy Development: Early Literacy Foundations; Reading Writing, Speaking and Listening General Developmental Information Early Literacy Foundations; Reading, Writing, Speaking and Listening Child Development Chart (PH) 1.1 Learning to Read Independently Fine SMILE (PH) Purposes for Reading Looking at Development (7 PERs) Word Recognition Skills Differences and Delays in Development (PER) Vocabulary Development Understanding Differences in Development (PH) Comprehension and Interpretation Domain-Specific Handouts and Resources Fluency Baby Signs (1 PER, 1 PH) 1.2 Reading, Analyzing and Interpreting Text Books (2 PERs, 7 PHs)

5 1.2.1 Text Analysis and Evaluation Music (1 PER, 2 PHs) Text Organization Rhymes and Songs (2 PERs, 6 PHs) Fact and Opinion Hearing (2 PERs, 3 PHs) Inferences What Is Special About This Age? all phases (8 PHs) 1.3: Reading, Analyzing and Interpreting Literature Your Baby Is Learning to Communicate (PH) Analysis and Evaluation Babbling (PH) Literary Genres Language Development During the Middle of the First Year (PER) Literacy Elements Language Development: 8 to 14 Months (PER) 1.4: Types of Writing Language Development in Infants (PER) Narrative Language in the Second Year of Life (PER) Informational Language in the Third Year of Life: 24 to 36 Months (PER) 1.5:Quality of Writing Birth to 1½ Months: Your Baby s Language Development (PH) Focus 1½ to 3½ Months: Your Baby s Language Development (PH) Content 3½ to 5½ Months: Your Baby s Language Development (PH) Organization 5½ to 8 Months: Your Baby s Language Development (PH) Convention 8 to 14 Months: Your Baby s Language Development (PH) 1.6: Speaking and Listening What to Expect When Your Baby Talks to You (PH) Discussion Different Approaches to Language Learning (PH) Listening Skills Words Your Child Understands (PH) Discussion Your Child s First Words (PH) Presentation 14 to 24 Months: Your Child s Language Development (PH) 1.7: Characteristics and Functions of the English Language 24 to 36 Months: Your Child s Language Development (PH) Communicating in More Than One Language Developing Speech Sounds (PH) 1.8: Research Speech Development and Common Problems (PER) Inquiry Based Process Early Identification of Speech-Language Disorders (PH) Location of Information and Citing Sources Bilingual Families: A Special Advantage (PER) Organization and Production of Final Product Bilingual Toddlers (PH) Your Toddler Knows Two Languages (PH) Bilingualism Support in Early Care and Education Programs (PER) Bilingualism (2 PERs, 5 PHs) Relevant Parent-Child Activity Pages Book sharing on all Activity Pages Your Baby Can Hear: Listening to the Family Face-to-Face Talking: Communicating and Looking Talk About: Listening and Connecting Hush, Little Baby: Holding and Soothing In Sync With Massage: Communicating and Responding

6 Cognition and General Knowledge Goals for Infants and Toddlers Accordion Book: Communicating and Responding Hearing Games: Listening and Speaking Nursery Rhymes: Listening and Feeling Rhythm Hi and Bye: Listening and Learning Baby Games: Anticipating, Interacting, and Taking Turns Caregiving Routines: Talking and Playing Sing a Song: Learning Rhyme, Rhythm, and Movement Zip-Top Bag Book: Reading Together Roller Book: Learning Words and Moving Book of Sounds: Relating Sounds to Objects Note Card Book: Using Small Muscles and Telling Stories Parallel Talk and Self Talk: Listening and Learning New Words How Do I Sound? Talking and Taking Turns in Conversation Drawing and Writing: Making Marks and Learning About Language Learning Fingerplays: Imitating and Listening Word Book: Learning Language and Enjoying Reading Together People Pictures: Talking About Feelings and Fears Play Sets: Talking, Creating and Imagining Rhyme and Rhythm: Bouncing, Clapping, and Marching Book Walk: Talking About Pictures, Words, and Meanings Motivating Learning: Praising Actions, Boosting Confidence, and Sharing Ideas General Developmental Information Mathematical Thinking and Expression: Exploring, Processing and Problem Solving Child Development Chart (PH) 2.1: Numbers, Number Systems and Number Relationships Fine SMILE (PH) Count and Compare Numbers Looking at Development (7 PERs) Represent Numbers in Equivalent Forms Differences and Delays in Development (PER) Concepts of Numbers and Relationships Understanding Differences in Development (PH) Concepts and Applications of Operations Developmental Topics (2 PERs, 2 PHs) 2.2: Computation and Estimation Domain-Specific Handouts and Resources Fluency in Basic Facts Books (2 PERs, 7 PHs) Computation Games (1 PER, 5 PHs) Numerical Estimation Music (1 PER, 2 PHs) 2.3: Mearsurement and Estimation Parent-Child Interaction (1 PER, 1 PH)

7 2.3.1 Concepts of Measurement Parenting Behaviors (1 PER, 1 PH) Units and Tools of Measurement Play (2 PERs, 3 PHs) Conversions Rhymes and Songs (2 PERs, 6 PHs) Measurement and Estimation Toys (2 PERs, 6 PHs) 2.4: Mathematical Problem Solving and Communication Sleep (5 PERs, 7 PHs) Reasoning Child Stress (2 PERs, 2 PHs) 2.5: Mathematical Problem Solving and Communication Toilet Learning (1 PER, 2 PHs) Problem Solving 24 to 36 Months: What Is Special About This Age? (PH) Communication Intellectual Development: Birth to 8 Months (PH) 2.6: Statistics and Data Analysis Birth to 1 ½ Months: Your Child s Intellectual Development (PH) Collection of Data 1 ½ to 3 ½ Months: Your Child s Intellectual Development (PH) Organization and Display of Data 3 ½ to 5 ½ Months: Your Child s Intellectual Development (PH) Numerical Summaries 5 ½ to 8 Months: Your Child s Intellectual Development (PH) Interpretation of Data 8 to 14 Months: Your Child s Intellectual Development (PH) 2.7: Probability and Predictions 14 to 24 Months: Your Child s Intellectual Development (PH) Calculate Probabilities 24 to 36 Months: Your Child s Intellectual Development (PH) Representation of Probabilities Protecting Your Child From Lead (PH) 2.8: Algebra and Functions Beginning to Understand Number Concepts (PER) Algebraic Properties Beginning to Count (PH) Algebraic Manipulations Let s Learn Colors (PH) Patterns Thinking Skills: Dynamic Systems of Attention, Memory, and Strategies (PER) 2.9: Geometry Thinking Skills: Matching, Sorting, and Classifying (PH) Definitions, Properties and Relations More Thinking Skills: Learning the Rules (PH) Transformations and Symmetry 3 Years: What Is Special About This Age? (PH) Coordinate Geometry 3 Years: Your Child s Intellectual Development (PH) Scientific Thinking Technology: Exploring, Inquiry and Discovery Brain Development (2 PERs, 3 PHs) 3.1: Biological Sciences: Living and Non-Living Organisms Are You Helping Your Child Too Much? (PH) 3.1a Living and No-Living Organisms 3.1a.1 Common Characteristics of Life Bilingual Families: A Special Advantage (PER) 3.1a.3 Life Cycles Bilingual Toddlers (PH) 3.1a.5 Form and Function Your Toddler Knows Two Languages (PH) 3.1a.8 Unifying Themes Bilingualism Support in Early Care and Education Programs (PER) 3.1a.9 Science and Inquiry Sexuality Awareness (1 PER, 1 PH) 3.1b Genetics Media (2 PERs, 4 PHs) 3.1b.1 Heredity Teaching Children to Solve Problems (PER) 3.1b.2 Reproduction Helping Your Child Learn to Solve Problems (PH)

8 3.1b.5 Unifying Themes Supporting Parents With Intellectual Disabilities (PER) 3.1c Evolution Talking to Your Child About Your Disability (PH) 3.1c.2 Adaptation Relevant Parent-Child Activity Pages 3.1c.3 Unifying Themes Face Pattern: Visual tracking and focusing 3.1c.4 Science and Inquiry Tracking Toy: Tracking and Learning 3.2: Physical Sciences: Chemistry Find the Toy: Seeking and Hiding 3.2a Chemistry 3.2a.1 Properties of Matter Balls in a Bowl: Understanding Cause and Effect and Words 3.2a.2 Structure of Matter Flip Flap: Looking and Remembering 3.2a.4 Reactions Where s the Block: Looking for Hidden Objects 3.2b Physics Unwrapping a Toy: Being Curious and Exploring 3.2b.1 Force and Motion of Particles and Rigid Bodies Chase the Can: Being Curious and Crawling 3.2b.2 Energy Storage and Transformations: Conservation Law Rainmaker: Experimenting and Touching 3.2b.4 Electrical and Magnetic Energy Nesting Cans: Planning, Experimenting, Learning 3.2b.5 Nature of Waves and Sound Puzzle Box: Gaining Self-confidence and Solving Problems 3.2b.6 Unifying Themes Shape Sorter Box: Using Small Muscles and Trying Again 3.2b.7 Science and Inquiry Tennis Ball Puzzle: Dumping, Matching and Thinking 3.3: Earth and Space Sciences: Sorting: Noticing Differences and Pretending 3.3a: Earth Structure, Processes and Cycles 3.3a.1 Earth Features and the Processes That Change It Counting: Learning Numbers and Understanding Small Quantities 3.3a.2 Earth's Resources and Materials Finding Colors: Learning Words and Matching 3.3a.4 Water Two Halves Make a Whole: Matching and Solving Problems 3.3a.5 Weather and Climate Make Your Own Snacks: Measuring, Stirring, Talking and Tasting 3.3a.6 Unifying Themes 3.3b Origin and Evolution of the Universe 3.3b.1 Composition and Structure 3.4 Technology: Exploration, Inquiry and Invention 3.4e The Design World Physical Well-Being and Motor Development Goals for Infants and Toddlers Health Wellness and Physical Development: Learning About My Body General Developmental Information Child Development Chart (PH)

9 10.1-3: Health and Safety Practices Fine SMILE (PH) Fundamentals of Good Health Looking at Development (7 PERs) Body Awareness Differences and Delays in Development (PER) Safe Practices Understanding Differences in Development (PH) Nutrition Domain-Specific Handouts and Resources 10.4: Physical Activity Developmental Topics: Health (Toolkit) Control and Coordination Developmental Topics: Nutrition (Toolkit) Balance and Strength Developmental Topics: Safety (Toolkit) 10.5: Concepts, Principles and Strategies of Movement: Fine Motor Developmental Topics: Sleep (Toolkit) Development Strength, Coordination and Muscle Control Developmental Topics: Promoting Healthy Births (Toolkit) Eye/Hand Coordination Medical Home (2 PERs, 8 PHs) Use of Tools Physical Fitness (1 PER, 2 PHs) Vision (2 PERs, 3 PHs) Dental (1 PER, 2 PHs) Head Shape (1 PER, 1 PH) Breastfeeding (3 PERs, 10 PHs) Nutrition (1 PER, 6 PHs) Home Environment (3 PERs, 11 PHs) Outdoors (1 PER, 1 PH) Safe Sleep for Babies (PER) Safe Sleep for Your Baby (PH) Sleep and Development (PER) Sleep and Your Baby s Development (PH) Prenatal Nutrition (PER) Neurotoxins: Substances That Can Harm Your Unborn Baby (PH) What Is Special About This Age? (8 PHs) Your Baby s/child s Motor Development (8 PHs) Supporting Motor Development in Babies (PH) Tummy Time (PH) Movement s Role in Learning: Perceptual Development (PER) Learning Through Movement (PH) Your Capable Baby (PH) Fine Motor Skills From 8 to 14 Months (PH) Helping Your Baby Crawl Around (PH) The Role of Large Muscles in Learning (PER) The Role of Small Muscles in Learning (PER)

10 Drawing and Writing (PH) Motor Development: 24 to 36 Months (PER) Helping Your Child Learn to Cut (PH) Dressing Games (PH) Selected Parent-Child Activity Pages Tummy Time Cloth: Exercising and Seeing Infant Massage: Getting in Touch and Calming Tummy Time: Watching and Building Muscles Let s Roll: Reaching and Pushing Yoga: Stretching, Relaxing and Connecting Grasping & Controlling Arm and Shoulder Movements Shake Rattle Roll & Crawl: Building Small Muscles Down the Chute: Experimenting and Coordinating Movement Obstacle Course: Crawling Over and Around Push-Pull Toy: Walking Backwards, Pulling and Pushing Drumming Up Fun: Controlling Muscles and Emotions Yarn Ball Fun: Catching, Tossing and Rolling Bowling: Rolling, Aiming and Making Rules Sticky Paper Collage: Creating and Working on Eye-Hand Coordination Learning to Cut: Snipping and Strengthening

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