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Resources on Early Learning

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The IEL staff has prepared a series of Frequently Asked Questions (and their answers!) on topics in early learning. For a short (one page) list of key points, please see the Tip Sheets. Some of the FAQs have Tip Sheets associated with them. These are indicated in the list below.
  • FAQ: How Can Active Games Help Children Meet Math Benchmarks?
  • FAQ: How Can I Help a Shy Child?
  • FAQ: How Can Teachers Support Young Children in Military Families?
  • FAQ: How Do I Start a Child Care Center in Illinois?
  • FAQ: Project Approach: Display and Documentation
  • FAQ: What Are the Effects of Academic Redshirting?
  • FAQ: What Child Care Options Are Available in Illinois?
  • FAQ: What Do I Need to Know about Physical Development in Young Children?
  • FAQ: What Do I Need to Know about Social and Emotional Development in Young Children?
  • FAQ: What Do Parents Need to Know About Immunizations?
  • FAQ: What Do Parents Need to Know About the 2013 Illinois Early Learning and Development Standards?
  • FAQ: What Do Parents Need to Know About the Illinois Early Learning Guidelines for Children Birth to Age 3?
  • FAQ: What Does the Research Say About Dual Language Learners?
  • FAQ: What Is Age-Appropriate Play for Young Children?
  • FAQ: What's Involved in Starting a Family Child Care Business in Illinois?
  • FAQ: What Is the Best Way to Assess Young Children's Social Competence?
  • FAQ: What Is the Kindergarten Entry Age in Illinois?
  • FAQ: What Is the Role of Teachers in Young Children’s Mental Health?
  • FAQ: Where Can Parents Find Help for Young Children with Special Needs?

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