Enter for a Chance to Win Early Childhood Education Books!

This month, we are giving away five books with activities and strategies to help early childhood educators create safe, nurturing, and educational environments for all young children. One lucky reader will win Create an Emotion-Rich Classroom (coming in October!), Big Conversations with Little Children, Intentional Teaching in Early Childhood, Finding Your Way Through Conflict, and Uncover the Roots of Challenging Behavior. Follow the steps below to enter and unlock bonus entries.

Early Childhood Education Resources Giveaway

The winner will be contacted via email on or around October 3, 2022, and will need to respond within seven business days to claim their prize, or another winner will be chosen. The winner must be a US resident, 18 years of age or older.

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12 Responses to Enter for a Chance to Win Early Childhood Education Books!

  1. I would love to have these amazing resources! I am a Child Development Specialist and I work with family childcare home providers. These books would help me gain more knowledge in early childhood education so I can better help my providers and the children that I work with.

  2. Nancy says:

    As a master level social worker & Headstart teacher these would be valuable tools in the classroom as well as outside the classroom!!

  3. Becca O'Neal says:

    I teach Early Childhood & would love to share & present to our staff.

  4. I am a physician and educational consultant for children’s bullying prevention. These 5 books seem like they would be excellent additions to the resource list I provide for teachers and families that attend my bullying prevention workshops!

  5. Ana Osorio says:

    I would love to have this set of books for my classroom. I work with two very different groups of children and this would be a tremendous help for both myself and co teachers, we all work together and we could really use these books 😉

  6. Courtney says:

    As an elementary school counselor, these look like valuable resources to support all grades!

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