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Choose a book rack appropriate to the children's height so they can reach books without help. Comfortable space to sit and read. A rug, pillows, an armchair, or a small couch are good additions to the book center.
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Props that support the books in the area. Puppets, stuffed animals, and other storytelling props related to the specific books can be kept in individual bags or baskets on low shelves.
Having these props will help children practice retelling stories by themselves. Space separate from noisy and messy activities.
Children will be more likely to use the book center if it is set apart from other area in a relatively quiet part of the room. Keep the book center away from art, sand, water, and other messy activities to keep books safe and dry.
The Teacher's Role in the Book Center Child care provers can help young children get the most out of the book center by: Providing a variety of reading materials, including magazines and homemade books as well as regular books Rotating books regularly to support curriculum themes and to keep children interested Including books that reflect the cultural backgrounds of the different children in the group Making puppets available to support children's storytelling in the book center Reading stories aloud, both during large and small groups and to individual children during free play periods Telling stories using flannel boards and other props, and making those props available for children to use as well Giving children opportunities to choose stories For more specific ideas on setting up a book center, see Planning a Successful Book Center in Child Care.
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Updated September 09, Dr. Benjamin Spock's revolutionary book about how to raise children was first published on July 14, Spock Learns About Children Dr.
Benjamin Spock first began learning about children as he grew up, helping take care of his five younger siblings. Spock earned his medical degree at Columbia University's College of Physicians and Surgeons in and focused on pediatrics. However, Spock thought he could help children even more if he understood psychology, so he spent six years studying at the New York Psychoanalytic Institute.
Spock spent many years working as a pediatrician but had to give up his private practice in when he joined the U. Naval Reserve.
After the war, Spock decided on a teaching career, eventually working for the Mayo Clinic and teaching at such schools as the University of Minnesota, the University of Pittsburgh, and Case Western Reserve. The fact that Spock wrote in a congenial manner and included humor made his revolutionary changes to child care easier to accept.
Spock advocated that fathers should play an active role in raising their children and that parents will not spoil their baby if they pick him up when he cries. Also revolutionary was that Spock thought that parenting could be enjoyable, that each parent could have a special and loving bond with their children, that some mothers could get "the blue feeling" postpartum depression , and that parents should trust their instincts.
The first edition of the book, especially the paperback version, was a big seller right from the start. Since that first cent copy in , the book has been repeatedly revised and republished. So far, Dr.
Spock's book has been translated into 42 languages and sold more than 50 million copies. Revolutionary What seems like ordinary, normal advice now was completely revolutionary at the time.Your Self-Confident Baby: Get to Know Us.
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