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  1. Head Start for the National Curriculum: Science 5-6 Years: Fireworks Display by Audrey Randall, T. Cash, 1991-06
  2. Head Start Dental Health Curriculum by US Department of Health and Human Services DHHS, 1981
  3. Head Start for the National Curriculum: English 7-8 Years: Setting Out by Jane Bunting, 1991-06
  4. The effects of an early reading curriculum on language and literacy development of head start children.: An article from: Journal of Research in Childhood Education by Lucy Hart Paulson, Karen L. Kelly, et all 2004-03-22
  5. The effects of an early reading curriculum on language and literacy development of head start children.(Spring 2004)(Montana Early Literacy Project): An article from: Childhood Education by Michael F. Kelley, 2004-09-22
  6. Dental health education curriculum guide for use with Head Start children and families by Anonymous, 1986-01-01
  7. Head Start for the National Curriculum: English 8-9 Years: Going Places by Elizabeth A. Cripps, etc., 1992-11
  8. Alaska Head Start oral wellness curriculum by Bonny Headley, 1995
  9. Head Start for the National Curriculum: Science 8-9 Years: Out of this World by Terry Cash, Jan Morrow, 1992-10
  10. Children, get a headstart on the road to good nutrition: A nutrition education curriculum for preschool children in Head Start by Maryfrances Lewis, 1986
  11. A Head Start on Science: Encouraging a Sense of Wonder
  12. Get Ready for Starting School: Workbook: Give Your Child a Head Start at School by Andrew Brodie, Judy Richardson, 2006-01-01
  13. Reach for a dream: Effie Kokrine Charter School Early College Program gives Native students a head start on advanced education.(Alaska Native BUSINESS ... An article from: Alaska Business Monthly by Julie Stricker, 2007-09-01
  14. Head Start: Teach Your Toddler to Learn by Ken Adams, 1997-04-18

21. Welcome To Head Start Activity QuickSource®
Welcome to Head Start Activity Quicksource Head Start Child Outcomes
http://www.teacherquicksource.com/headstart/default.aspx

22. HEAD START CURRICULUM
HEAD START CURRICULUM Frequency/Use Chart Required Curriculum Title Frequency Curriculum Area Training Support AntiBias Curriculum This is used as the foundation of our
http://www.head-start.lane.or.us/administration/documents/handouts/Head Start Cu

23. Creative Curriculum
The Creative Curriculum for Early Childhood Our Philosophy. The philosophy behind our curriculum is that young children learn best by doing. Learning isn't just repeating what
http://www.head-start.lane.or.us/education/curriculum/creative-curriculum/
The Creative Curriculum for Early Childhood
Our Philosophy
The philosophy behind our curriculum is that young children learn best by doing. Learning isn't just repeating what someone else says; it requires active thinking and experimenting to find out how things work and to learn firsthand about the world we live in. In their early years, children explore the world around them by using all their senses (touching, tasting, listening, smelling, and looking). In using real materials such as blocks and trying out their ideas, children learn about sizes, shapes, and colors, and they notice relationships between things. In time, they learn to use one object to stand for another. This is the beginning of symbolic thinking. For example, they might pretend a stick is an airplane or a block is a hamburger. These early symbols - the stick and the block - are similar in shape to the objects they represent. Gradually children become more and more able to use abstract symbols like words to describe their thoughts and feelings. They learn to "read" pictures which are symbols of real people, places and things. This exciting development in symbolic thinking takes place during the pre-school years as children play.
  • Play provides the foundation for academic or "school" learning. It is the preparation children need before they learn highly abstract symbols such as letters (which are symbols for sounds) and numbers (which are symbols for number concepts). Play enables us to achieve the key goals of our early childhood curriculum. Play is the work of young children.

24. Head Start Curriculum - Kootasca Community Action Partnership - Minnesota
KOOTASCA Community Action Head Start Curriculum, Minnesota Parents are the most important people in their child’s world; they are also their child’s first and primary
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KOOASCA Head Start Curriculum Parents are the most important people in their childs world; they are also their childs first and primary teachers. In Head Start we work side by side with parents in supporting childrens learning. Our primary Curriculum is the Creative Curriculum . The most important goals of our preschool curriculum are for children to get along well with others and become enthusiastic learners. We want children to become independent, self-confident, curious learners who can work well with others. We are teaching them how to learn, not just in preschool, but all through their lives. We do this by creating purposeful and productive play experiences that help children grow in all areas. The Creative Curriculum child outcomes are used to help teachers keep track of childrens skills, behaviors, and achievements while in Head Start, and to report childrens progress to their parents. Three times a year, using the Creative Curriculum assessment tool , Head Start teachers chart childrens progress in areas ranging from ability to follow directions to their knowledge of the alphabet. The teachers electronically record the scores in a database, which graphs childrens progress. These graphs give parents a clear picture of their childs progress throughout the year. Teachers have access to your childs outcomes and can give you the information you need to access them yourself. Opening the World of Learning (OWL) curriculum.

25. Head Start Curriculum | Programs & Services | Thames Valley Council For Communit
Head Start Curriculum. Head Start program’s education philosophy is based on a solid foundation of research that shows that early childhood is a stage of life in which
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Curriculum
Head Start program’s education philosophy is based on a solid foundation of research that shows that early childhood is a stage of life in which children are most receptive for learning. In keeping with this philosophy, we use the Creative Curriculum, a widely known and respected curriculum that closely aligns with Head Start National Performance Standards as well as State of Connecticut Goals and Benchmarks. Creative Curriculum is based on the idea that children need to be taught in ways that match the way they develop and learn. This is known as developmentally appropriate practice, and it is at the root of the curriculum. The program’s goals in using this curriculum are as follows:
  • Promote the social/emotional, physical, cognitive and language development of all children.

26. CHCCS HEAD START- CURRICULUM
CURRICULUM. The PreK Head Start curriculum is planned management of time, materials and activities to guide children's learning and development.
http://ils.unc.edu/~choij/headstart/Curriculum.html
CURRICULUM
[Main] [Schedule] The Pre-K/Head Start Program's curriculum is based on The Creative Curriculum by Diane Trister Dodhe and Laura J Colker. It offers the child enrolled varied opportunities to learn all areas: social, emotional, cognitive, creative and physical. Although the program always appears very informal and flexible, the curriculum and environment are the result of careful and detailed planning based on the best available knowledge of child growth and development. In planning, the teacher considers the group needs, ideas, and interests. Observations are done at the beginning of the year and results are used to determine yearly educational goals for each child. In early childhood classroom, how the curriculum is taught is as important as what is taught. Process is as important as product for young children.
Since we know that young children learn best through activity and experimentation with concrete objects, the major emphasis is on learning through play. Large blocks of free, uninterrupted time are made available and each child is free to choose from a wide variety of thoughtfully chosen materials and experiences. Warm and understanding teachers are always available to give any needed help in moving learning forward. Children move from one learning center to another as their interests and needs dictate. The Pre-K/ Head Start Program features an integrated day with themes, units of study and seasonal topics woven into the children's work in classroom learning center, individualized activities, and small and large group activities. Weekly and biweekly units are based on children's developmental levels, interests, and learning styles.

27. Ask.com - What's Your Question?
Information on Head Start Curriculum at Reference.com, Education Schools Section
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28. Brazoria County Head Start : Head Start
The curriculum is designed to Support the child's full development while providing an environment that will promote school readiness. Develop safe and healthy habits in young
http://www.headstartbc.org/services/index.php?category_id=286&subcategory_id

29. Head Start Curriculum - Teacher Forums - Teacher Chat
Need Help? Curriculum Head Start Curriculum Curriculum Welcome to the Teacher Forums Teacher Chat forums. You are currently viewing our boards as a guest which
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30. About | Headstart Curriculum
This is an example of a WordPress page, you could edit this to put information about yourself or your site so readers know where you are coming from. You can
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31. Head Start Curriculum Memo
DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH HUMAN SERVICES Administration for Children and Families Region II 26 Federal Plaza, Rm 4114 New York, NY 10278 October 28, 2008 Head Start Director
http://www.nj.gov/education/ece/hs/curriculum.pdf

32. Head Start Curriculum - Professional Development, Teaching Resources, Child Care
(Head Start Curriculum)StudySphere Educational Resource for language school, study abroad, education online, education, school, high school, career education, business school
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33. Head Start/Early Head Start Of Fayette County
Curriculum Head Start Curriculum (Ages 35) The curriculum of choice is the Creative Curriculum for Preschoolers 4th Edition which uses an environmentally based approach to
http://www.headstartfayco.org/curriculum.html
of Fayette County A division of the Private Industry Council of Westmoreland/Fayette Inc.
Curriculum
Head Start Curriculum (Ages 3-5)
The curriculum of choice is the Creative Curriculum for Preschoolers 4th Edition which uses an environmentally based approach to learning. Instructors provide materials to initiate and then guide learning in literacy, math, science, social studies, the arts and technology. More than having a well organized classroom focusing on children's interests, the Creative Curriculum teaches Instructors to observe purposely, using their observations to plan for the entire class and small groups of children, as well as individual needs. The curriculum supports each child's innate ability to be curious to explore the world and make sense of their experiences in a meaningful context. Instructors observe and collect samples of children's work, using the documentation to note progress on the Developmental Continuum. What is the Developmental Continuum? In essence, it is a road map used to determine where each child is developmentally. It is used to track their progress as well as for planning learning experiences while in the Head Start classrooms or on home visits. All children, including children with special needs, feel comfortable and feel they belong. They are helped to become independent and confident learners.

34. Head Start: Curriculum Use And Individual Child Assessment In Cognitive And Lang
ED480621 Head Start Curriculum Use and Individual Child Assessment in Cognitive and Language Development. Report to Congressional Requesters.
http://www.eric.ed.gov/ERICWebPortal/recordDetail?accno=ED480621

35. Head Start: Curriculum Use And Individual Child Assessment In Cognitive And Lang
GAO03-1049 September 12, 2003 To enhance Head Start's contribution to the school readiness of children from low-income families, the 1998 amendments to the Head Start Act
http://www.allbusiness.com/public-administration/executive-legislative-other/668

36. Article Head Start Curriculum Use And Individual Child
Free article about 'Head Start Curriculum Use and Individual Child Assessment in Cognitive and Language Development.' at AccessMyLibrary.com. Search information that libraries
http://www.accessmylibrary.com/coms2/summary_0286-24826943_ITM

37. GAO-03-1049, Head Start: Curriculum Use And Individual Child Assessment In Cogni
This is the accessible text file for GAO report number GAO03-1049 entitled 'Head Start Curriculum Use and Individual Child Assessment in Cognitive and Language Development
http://www.gao.gov/htext/d031049.html

38. Early Head Start Curriculum Goals And Objectives
SETA Early Head Start 2007 Early Head Start Curriculum Goals and Objectives (Performance Standards 1304.21 (a)(16), 1304.21 (b)(1-3) Children are Personally and Socially
http://www.headstart.seta.net/pdfs/EHS_G&O.pdf

39. Head Start: Curriculum Use And Individual Child Assessment In Cognitive And Lang
Head Start Curriculum Use and Individual Child Assessment in Cognitive and Language Development. find General Accounting Office Reports Testimony articles. div id= be
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HOME ABOUT US WHAT'S NEW SERVICES FAQ HOW YOU CAN HELP EMPLOYMENT CONTACT US . WilliamsonBurnet County Opportunities, Inc.
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HOME ABOUT US WHAT'S NEW SERVICES FAQ ... CONTACT US Williamson-Burnet County Opportunities, Inc. WBC Opportunities was established in 1966 as the areas official Community Action Agency. The organization is a private, non-profit corporation governed by elected officials, community leaders and target area representatives. Throughout its history, WBC Opportunities has administered a wide range of social service and economic opportunity programs benefiting many thousands of low and moderate income persons. Current programs include Head Start, Senior Nutrition (including Meals on Wheels), Emergency Assistance and Affordable Housing. WBC Opportunities has an annual operating budget of over $8 million and a staff of more than 220.
WBC Opportunities serves thousands of people annually in both counties. Working cooperatively with other agencies, it is an advocate for those who might not otherwise have a voice in the community in which they live. The Board and staff are dedicated to providing services to help those in need achieve a better, more productive life. QUICK LINKS Head Start
A comprehensive child development program serving families with children from birth to age five in Williamson and Burnet Counties
Meals On Wheels

Provides hot, nutritious, home delivered meals to homebound seniors and noon group meals at Neighborhood Centers.

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