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Designing Outdoor Environments for Children

by Lolly Tai

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Published by McGraw-Hill Professional .
Written in English


The Physical Object
Number of Pages380
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL7301170M
ISBN 100071459359
ISBN 109780071459358

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“Designing Environments for Young Children” is a book series that currently comprises of three books. All these books use NAEYC guidelines for designing Developmentally Appropriate environments and also the learning standards defined by California Learning Foundations/5(2).

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See CFOC Sleeping Equipment and Supplies for more information. Design spaces with cozy areas and furnishings that make it easy for adults to sit comfortably with children (e.g., during bottle feeding, shared book reading, and other one-on-one.

In addition to serving as Professor of Landscape Architecture in the Department of Landscape Architecture and Horticulture at Temple University and maintaining a landscape architecture practice, Lolly is the recipient of many awards, has authored numerous articles, wrote the highly praised book Designing Outdoor Environments for Children.

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Programs may find partnership opportunities with agricultural extension agencies, plant nurseries, landscape professionals, playground architects.

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She is a John Glenn Scholar in Service Learning and a recipient of the American Society for Horticulture Science Outstanding Undergraduate Educator : $Sports – Courts & Fields Courts and fields form an important part of the schoolyard, and in many cases your school may rent out sports fields as a source of revenue.

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