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Early Learning Parenting Videos

These videos show some family activities that help infants, toddlers, and preschool-age children learn about the world. Click on one of the thumbnails below to see the video, some background information, a transcript, and a list of resources about the topic. For videos involving children below age 3, there is also a table that shows how activities in the video relate to some standards in the Illinois Early Learning Guidelines Birth to Age 3.

Videos range from 30 seconds to 9 minutes long.

  • The Baby and the Trike (IEL Video)About Self-Regulation, Developmental Domains 2-4
  • Baby Meets Books (IEL Video) AboutSelf-Regulation, Developmental Domains 1-3
  • Building with Boxes (IEL Video) About
  • Feeding Baby Brother His Carrots (IEL Video) About Self-Regulation, Developmental Domains 1-4, Approaches to Learning
  • Connecting with Concepts and Skills (IEL Video) About
  • Dads Read (IEL Video) About Self-Regulation, Developmental Domains 1 & 3-4, Approaches to Learning
  • The Doggie and the Shark (IEL Video) About
  • Going Camping (IEL Video) About
  • Let Baby Play (IEL Video) AboutSelf-Regulation, Developmental Domains 1-4, Approaches to Learning
  • Making Pizza Together (IEL Video) About
  • Mix and Count (IEL Video) AboutDevelopmental Domains 2 & 4
  • Papa and Wayne: A Simple Game With Baby (IEL Video) About Self-Regulation, Developmental Domains 1 & 3
  • Pretend Play with Big Boxes (IEL Video) About Self-Regulation, Developmental Domains 2 & 4, Approaches to Learning
  • Reading Partners: Sharing the Lead in Storybook Reading (IEL Video) About
  • Responding & Extending (IEL Video) About Self-Regulation, Developmental Domains 1-4, Approaches to Learning
  • Roll, Evie, Roll! (IEL Video) AboutSelf-Regulation, Developmental Domains 1-4, Approaches to Learning
  • Toddlers and Boxes: “Hi! Hi!” (IEL Video) AboutSelf-Regulation, Developmental Domains 1-4, Approaches to Learning
  • Waylon and Grandpa: A Continuous Contingent Interaction (IEL Video) About Self-Regulation, Developmental Domains 1-4, Approaches to Learning

Disclaimer

The opinions, resources, and referrals provided on the IEL Web site are intended for informational purposes only and are not intended to take the place of medical or legal advice, or of other appropriate services. We encourage you to seek direct local assistance from a qualified professional if necessary before taking action.

The content of the IEL Web site does not necessarily reflect the views or policies of the Illinois Early Learning Project, the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, or the Illinois State Board of Education; nor does the mention of trade names, commercial products, or organizations imply endorsement by the Illinois Early Learning Project, the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, or the Illinois State Board of Education.

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