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Being With Infants (DVD Set)

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NTSC DVD format

Beverly Kovach began her early childhood profession with the founding of Little Learners Lodge daycare in 1977. She has spent the past four decades researching and studying best practices as it relates to the care and well-being of children in centers and institutions and is considered an expert in the field. We are excited to announce the launch of Ms. Kovach’s curriculum guide, Being With Infants and Toddlers in video format.

This essential video course provides early childhood providers with direct access to Beverly Kovach’s expertise in easy to digest chapters of philosophy, body care, play and learning, administration & much more. Beverly concretely describes how to integrate the curriculum immediately into childcare situations involving demonstrations by certified Infant and Toddler Teachers.

Weight 24 oz
Dimensions 7.5 × 5.5 × .75 in

2 reviews for Being With Infants (DVD Set)

  1. Barb

    I’d love this series to be required viewing for all infant and toddler caregivers. Beverly Kovach’s words of wisdom on what is truly important for the youngest children (primary caregiving, unhurried, respectful, relationship-building caregiving routines as the curriculum) will go far in improving the quality of care provided for little ones. I highly recommend these videos!

  2. Nikki B.

    If you’re a parent, teacher, grandparent, or just enjoy being with young children then this is an absolute MUST-HAVE!! Beverly is a passionate, experienced, and knowledgeable professional in the field. As a Montessori-trained toddler teacher with a Master’s degree in education, I recommend this book to many parents and even my own family and friends. own her other book “Being with Babies” which I used when I took my infant/toddler Montessori training and it is a phenomenal resource as well.

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