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Plan Inclusive Learning Experience
Make Your Own Mess (REC #9138) This playdough experience is a bit different than most. The teacher makes playdough first, but then has each child mix their own batch, too.

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 Car Project (REC #13629) The car project was the first opportunity for this class of new preschoolers and their teachers to experience project work together. When the children used the dress-up cart as a car, the teachers took that as a hint. They were right, and the car project adventure began.

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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