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Short Description: Age/focus group: Designed for children who have mild to severe special needs and who function in the birth to 24-month developmental range. It can be used individually in either a home- or center-based pro- gram.

Content Inside: The Carolina Curricula: The Carolina Curriculum for Infants and Toddlers with Special Needs, Second Edition (CCITSN) Author(s): Year: Publisher: Address: Phone: Cost: N.M. Johnson-Martin, K.G. Jens, S.M. Attermeier, & B.J. Hacker 1991 Paul H. Brookes Publishing Co. Post Office Box 10624, Baltimore, Maryland 21285-0624 800-638-3775 $40 Assessment Log and Developmental Progress Charts for The Carolina Curriculum for Infants and Toddlers with Special Needs (package of 10), $20; also available, Assessment Log and Developmental Progress Charts for The Carolina Curriculum (CCITSN and CCPSN, 12 Months to 3 Years) (package of 10), $23 Assessment type: Age/focus group: Curriculum embedded. Designed for children who have mild to severe special needs and who function in the birth to 24-month developmental range. It can be used individually in either a home- or center-based program. Assessment Log and Developmental Progress Charts for children from birth to 2 years and for children from 12 months to 3 years (the latter charts are designed for children whose skills fall between those covered by the infant curriculum and those covered by the preschool curriculum). Individual assessment logs and developmental progress charts are provided. Cognition, communication, social/adaptation, fine motor skills, and gross motor skills. Vision, motor, and hearing. This curriculum is high in authenticity and includes many naturally occurring tasks. It is emphasized that very young children receive most care from their families; therefore, the activities are structured so that families can be involved throughout. Scale(s): Data system: Domains/content: Special needs options: Authenticity: Family involvement:

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