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Hot Buttons Activity (Spanish)

This handout helps practitioners examine how challenging behavior impacts adult-child relationships. The translation of this document was performed by a third party. NCPMI makes no guarantees as to the accuracy of the translation.

Behavior Incident Report Form (Spanish)

Thumbnail view of the Spanish translation of the Behavior Incident Report provided by the IdahoStars team

The BIR form is used to report behavior incidents in the classroom. This form translates the English version of the form in the BIRS package. The translation of this document was performed by a third party. NCPMI makes no guarantees as to the accuracy of the translation.

Behavior Incident Report Form (Spanish)

Thumbnail view of the Spanish translation of the Behavior Incident Report provided by the Oregon Child Development Coalition

The BIR form is used to report behavior incidents in the classroom. This form translates the English version of the form in the BIRS package. The translation of this document was performed by a third party. NCPMI makes no guarantees as to the accuracy of the translation.

Building Positive Relationships with Young Children (Spanish)

This handout describes the importance of building relationships with young children and contains practical strategies for for building positive relationships with children in the early childhood education setting. The translation of this document was performed by a third party. NCPMI makes no guarantees as to the accuracy of the translation.

Book Nook: Glad Monster, Sad Monster (Spanish)

These easy-to-use guides were created especially for teachers/caregivers and parents to provide hands-on ways to embed social emotional skill building activities into everyday routines. Each book nook is comprised of ideas and activities designed around popular children’s books. IdahoSTARS translated this resource for Spanish speakers (note the use of @ for gender-neutral Spanish translation).

Sometimes I Feel Annoyed

Sometimes I Feel Annoyed scripted story cover

This is a scripted story that talks about what it means to feel annoyed, and tools to use when you’re feeling annoyed.

Suri Spider Selects a Solution (Ojibwe)

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Use this scripted story to help children find a solution to her problem. The translation of this document was performed by a third party. NCPMI makes no guarantees as to the accuracy of the translation.

My Teacher Isn’t at School Today

Many children are facing multiple substitute teachers, being split up from their classmates, and being put in different classrooms in an attempt to patchwork together coverage during this difficult time of COVID-19. This can be scary and unsettling for young children. Our thanks to Rachel Moshman, an infant mental health consultant with Tykes and Teens, … Read more

Recognition of Exemplary Implementation of Pyramid Model Practices

HRA Early Child Care Program in New Britain, CT is recognizing staff for exemplary Pyramid Model implementation. This recognition initiative is a way for staff, families and administration to recognize each other, as they support program-wide implementation. It is to incentivize staff by applauding their efforts.

Book Nook: A Little Spot of Anxiety

Here is a new Book Nook idea to add to your collection. This Book Nook provides activity ideas to accompany the book A Little SPOT of Anxiety: A Story About Calming your Worries, by Diane Alber.

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