Frog Street Infant
Designed around the latest scientific early brain development research, Frog Street Infant curriculum is designed to build strong foundations for little ones ages 0-18 months. This child-centered program includes easy-to-use activities that:
- Equip caregivers to nurture the little ones in their care.
- Optimize key windows of opportunity for growth and development.
- Are designed with intention and purpose and organized around developmental learning domains.
- Feature Dr. Becky Bailey’s Conscious Discipline® strategies to enhance social and emotional development.
Frog Street Infant is a comprehensive program that optimizes key windows of opportunity to build strong foundations for little ones ages 0-18 months. Based on the latest early brain development research, this program offers easy-to-use activities emphasizing all developmental domains (language, cognitive, physical, social and emotional, approaches toward learning) featuring Dr. Becky Bailey’s Conscious Discipline®.
Frog Street Infant is aligned to Head Start School Readiness Goals for Infants and offers complete support to equip caregivers to optimize the growth and development of the children in their care.
Frog Street Infant includes:
- Welcome Guide
- 264 Activity Cards with Storage File Box (and color-coded tab dividers)
- 10 Activity Pocket Sleeves (6 pockets per sleeve)
- 24 Photo Cards
- Photo Card Easel (with reflective mirror surface)
- 16 Board Books
- 12 Posters
- Lily the Puppet
- Peeper Puppet
- 5-Piece Music Band (chimes, bells, tambourine, rattle, drum)
- Easy Grip Ball
- 2 Pocket Cubes
- 3 Music CDs
- Parent Communication
Frog Street Toddler Author Pam Schiller
Dr. Schiller is a curriculum specialist and freelance author and speaker. She has worked as a childcare administrator and has also taught in the public schools where she served as Head of the Early Childhood Department at the University of Houston and also directed the Lab School. Dr. Schiller shares her extensive knowledge in workshops, radio and television interviews, and as a popular keynote speaker and author. She is the author of six curriculums, including the widely used Frog Street Pre-K Program, twenty-four children’s books, more than thirty teacher and parent resource books and a number of other creative projects such as activity books, DVDs and CDs. She is the primary author of the comprehensive Infant and Toddler program for Frog Street.
Click here to view Frog Street Infant Correlation Head Start School Readiness Goals for Infant
Click here to view Frog Street Infant Correlation to the Head Start Learning Outcomes Framework Infant 2015
Click here to view Correlation of Frog Street Infant to Louisiana Early Learning and Development Standards serving Infants (Birth-11 Months) and Young Toddlers (9-18 Months)
Early Brain Development:
Ramey, C. and Ramey, S. (1999) Right from Birth. New York: Goddard Press.
Schiller, P. (2012) Start Smart: Building Brain Power in the Early Years. Beltsville, MD: Gryphon House.
Schiller, P. (2005) The Complete Resource Book for Infants. Beltsville, MD: Gryphon House.
Sousa, David (2005) How the Brain Learns. Thousand Oaks, CA: Corwin Press.
Epstein, A. (2007) The Intentional Teacher. Washington, DC: NAEYC.
Bailey, B. (2001) Conscious Discipline: Seven Basic Skills for Brain Smart Brain Smart Classroom Management. Oviedo, Florida: Loving Guidance.
Bailey, B. (2011) Managing Emotional Mayhem: The Five Steps for Self-Regulation. Oviedo, FL: Conscious Discipline.