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Plan Inclusive Learning Experience
Let's Sign In! (REC #6661) This is a simple activity, but it's a very personal activity for children, because their names are something really special to them and one of the first words they learn and

Learn More about Inclusion
Interactive Tools for Parents: Developmental Milestones (REC #9602) This interactive tool allows the user to view how a developmental milestone category changes as a child grows.

Build Family Connections
Pet Survey (REC #6214) This lesson has the children and teacher creating and conducting a survey about pets of friends and family, and eventually analyzing the results..

Explore Inquiry Projects
The Mail Project (REC #12512) When the class wrote a thank-you letter to a visitor, it sparked great interest into what happened to the mail after it was put in the mailbox. To find answers, the class visited a post office, invited a postal worker to visit, and began to construct their own post office.

Examine Best Practices
LET’S MOVE—Exceptional Opportunities for Motor Development (REC #10873) In this, the ninth best practice brief in the Early Childhood Building Blocks series Barbara Trube, Ohio University Chilicothe, offers a way to get children moving by using the LET'S MOVE
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