These videos clearly show the important rungs up the ladder of learning to integration, which is the launching pad for academic learning. For the first time, parents and teachers can see these vital stages of early childhood development and understand their significance for achievement at school. Starring a cast of children from babies to 4-year-olds, these five videos aim at academic achievement for all children through an understanding of the foundations for learning established during early childhood. Each video is 45 minutes long.
By Beverly Stokes. Learn how toddlers develop new movement skills, expressive communication and mastery in play. In two sections: Age 1 and up and Age 1 1/2 and up. 34 minutes.
This CD contains eleven articles and publications, three videos and the Mystery Picture (Renshaw Cow Card), and Hendrickson Lifesaver Card. The videos can be shown through your computer and data projector, or on your computer monitor. Articles included are the National PTA Resolution, several joint statements from AOA, OEP, COVD and others and reprints of articles from the AOA Journal of Behavioral Optometry. Has over 1000 references supporting vision therapy and behavioral vision care. Recommended as a tool to distribute to referral sources and when research and study data is requested.
A video that shows the natural progression of movement and perceptual development during a baby's first year. Viewers will learn how babies develop body awareness and body image, progress through a sequence of developmental movement patterns, develop dynamic balance and coordination, set up their own action plans, games and goals, participate spontaneously in social interaction and communicate and interact with each other.
DVD, 47 minutes. (Companion book also available)