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Integrated Early Childhood Care and Development Flipbook

  

This flipbook is a tool for bringing children and caregivers together in a fun and interactive way. It contains simple, child-friendly messages and strategies for parents and family caregivers that are easy to implement at home. This resource is part of a set of training materials developed to support CRS’ Integrated Early Childhood Care and Development project, Ngoana eo ke oa mang? Whose Child is This? in Lesotho.

Download the PDF (3.5 MB)


Publication details

Authors: Sue Connolly in consultation with Edith Sebatane, Dr. Pulane Lefoka and the CRS Review Committee
Publisher: Catholic Relief Services (2012)
Training: 58 pages
Language: English
Dimensions: 8.27 x 11.69 inches (A4)

Other related resources:

   This Teacher Resource Guide is part of the growing set of training materials that have been developed to support the Integrated Early Childhood Care and Development project, Ngoana eo ke oa mang? Whose Child is This? in Lesotho. This guide is designed to be used by Early Childhood Care and Development teachers to support young children’s development and education. Download the PDF(15 MB)
   This Guide for Strengthening Teacher Capacity is part of the growing set of training materials that have been developed to support the Integrated Early Childhood Care and Development project, Ngoana eo ke oa mang? Whose Child is This? in Lesotho. The guide is intended for Early Childhood Care and Development trainers who will train teachers to support young children’s development and education. Download the PDF (2.0 MB)

Posted on September 18, 2014


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