Approved training videos related to typical development of young children.

  • Amazing Babies: Moving in the First Year
    DVD, 48 minutes.
    Toronto, Ontario: Move Alive Media; 2006.
    This video is grouped in pre-locomotion and locomotion sections to enhance the viewer’s observation skills and understanding of the natural progression of the baby’s movement development, preverbal communication, and play interactions
    WS 103 .S874 2006
    707460956
  • Amazing Toddlers: Moving, Communicating, Learning, Age 1
    34 minutes; DVD
    Move Alive Media; 2006
    This video helps the viewer discover how babies move to learn, communicate and interact in their environment.
    WS 103 .S874t 2002
    144535296
  • Attachment Relationships: Nurturing Healthy Bonds
    DVD, 29 minutes.
    Chicago, IL: Learning Seed; 2010.
    Follow the journey of a baby’s phases of attachment from birth to age two … See examples of how parents and caregivers can foster healthy attachment relationships. Attentive, responsive, and loving care given by a baby’s primary caregiver sets the foundation for a child’s capacity to form these relationships throughout life.
    WS 105.5 .F2 .A883 2010
    611597251
  • Baby Human
    150 minute; DVD
    American Home Treasures; 2004
    Experience the first two years of a child’s life just as they do. What is their most profound need? How do they really see their parents? What does it feel like to struggle to walk or learn to speak?
    WS 105 .B115h 2004
    55134709
  • Bodies Jumping, Brains Pumping! Movement for the Whole Child
    DVD, 30 minutes. Macomb, IL: STARnet Regions I & III; Western Illinois University; 2012.
    (Apples Video Magazine; No. 177)
    Children need to move! Not only to improve their physical development, but also to enhance their social, emotional and cognitive development. Movement really does benefit the whole child. Join us, as we interview children’s physical development specialist, Rae Pica, to learn about making movement activities meaningful for all areas of development.
    You can watch this video online at the Apples Video Magazine YouTube Channel.
    LB 1027.23 .B63 2012
    836717417
  • Child Development: The First Two Years
    47 minute; DVD
    View Video; 2003
    A video guide to child development and appropriate ways for parents to help their children learn and develop. The developmental periods are divided into 0-3 months, 3-6 months, 6-12 months, and 12-24 months. Some of the topics include: physical growth, breastfeeding, bottle feeding, sensory development, touching and bonding.
    WS 105 .C536fd 2003
    53707289
  • Developing Language: Learning To Question, Inform, And Entertain
    25 minutes; DVD (Childhood Development: A Cognitive Approach to Developmental Psychology; 5)
    Films for the Humanities & Sciences; 2001
    This program charts the development of language during childhood. Basic language acquisition, learned from rudimentary and higher-level child/caregiver interactions, is described. Aspects of competence that go beyond the purpose of simple communication are also considered.
    WS 105 .C536d 2004 Vol. 5.
    57508911
  • Early Socialization From Age Two To Age Five
    30 minutes; DVD
    Films for the Humanities & Sciences; 2003
    Carrying forward the ongoing observation of young Max and Ellie, this program follows the children’s social development from the ages of two to five. Examples of multiple attachment, language development, imitation and identification, cooperative play, self-awareness, gender identification, and social conformity are captured on film and identified with onscreen labels.
    WS 105.5 .S6 W122 2003
    52777454
  • Family Based Prevention Series 6: Social & Emotional Development in Young Children
    DVD, 155 minutes.
    Cincinnati, OH: University of Cincinnati: Purdy Productions; 2012.
    DVD Videodisc + 1 CD-ROM.
    Research-based yet practical strategies for working with children and families and nurturing healthy, socially competent children.
    WS 105.5 .E5 P972 2012
    857794315
  • Feed Me!: Kids And Nutrition
    26 minute; DVD
    Learning Seed; 2007. Closed-captioned for the hearing impaired.
    Between ages two and eight, a typical child will eat thousands of meals. This video introduces the MyPyramid, showing adults how to introduce the concepts and to help children make healthy food choices.
    WS 130 .F295s 2007
    123001291
  • From Conception To Birth
    52 minutes; DVD
    Films for the Humanities & Sciences; 2006
    Follows nine couples and explores the fundamentals of egg and sperm production, observes cell division within the first few hours of pregnancy, views gestation at frequent intervals, and welcomes each child into the world. Contains footage of childbirth.
    WQ 150 .F931 2006
    743300136
  • Identity Crisis
    60 minute; DVD (Child of our times ; Series 5 ; programme 1.). Broadcast on BBC One January 4, 2005.
    Films for the Humanities & Sciences; 2005
    Examines the “nature vs. nurture” debate in the shaping of the identity of children. From a larger project following 25 families from the birth of their children, features 4 children at age 5 as they begin to understand the implications of economic class, ethnicity, race, gender, physical appearance, and the presence or absence of both parents.
    WS 350.8 .I3 I19dvd 2005
    259223225
  • In the Womb
    93 minutes; DVD
    National Geographic Channel; 2005
    Uses photography, computer graphics, and 4-D imaging to show the development of a female human fetus from conception to birth.
    WQ 210.5 .I35 2005
    58835125
  • In the Womb: Multiples
    90 minute; DVD
    National Geographic; 2007. Closed-captioned.
    National Geographic explores the fragile world of twins, triplets, and quadruplets in utero. Featuring 4-D ultrasound images and new fetal imaging techniques.
    WQ 210.5 .I35m 2007
    82372314
  • It’s Mine!: Responding To Problems And Conflicts
    40 minutes; DVD (Tender Care Infant-Toddler Series)
    High/Scope Press; 2006
    This video shows both younger and older babies and toddlers in several High/Scope infant toddler settings and the adults who care for them. Included are strategies for problem prevention, positive limit setting, and resolving conflicts.
    LB 1140.35 .P55 I89r 2003
    69382214
  • Learning Happens
    41 minute; DVD
    Zero to Three; 2007
    Features 30 video vignettes that show parents and children – aged birth to three years – interacting during playtime and everyday routines. The vignettes capture how learning unfolds through loving interactions with parents and caregivers, and highlgith the critical role that adults play in supporting children’s healthy development.
    WS 105.5 .F2 L438d 2007
    147981861
  • My Baby Can Talk: First Signs
    45 minute; DVD
    Baby Hands Productions; 2004. For ages 10 months & up.
    Gives parents and babies the ability to bridge the gap between the time a baby can communicate with his/her hands and the time a baby can speak. This video includes some of the first words that are most loved by babies, focusing on objects and events that babies are naturally attracted to, such as “book,” “car,” “cat,” “drink,” “eat,”, “go,” “milk,” and more.
    HV 2476 .M995f 2004
    56781758
  • Not So Terrible Twos
    22 minute; DVD
    Learning Seed; 2005. Closed-captioned.
    Demonstrates that the energy and exploration of two year olds are means of learning about their bodies, minds and the world around them. Show children actively increasing physical abilities, making new mental connections, increasing their language skills and learning to deal with emotions and social situations. Discusses how body awareness and language and motor skills are related to toilet training, and how routines provide security and comfort.
    HQ 774 .N899 2005
    8425573
  • Rules, Rituals, Routines
    17 minute; DVD
    Learning Seed; 2007
    Illustrates how developing a set of well-though-out rules, ritual and routines will make parents’ lives easier and their children happier and well-behaved.
    HQ 769 .R935 2007
    73308455
  • Secret Life of the Brain: The Baby’s Brain
    60 minutes; DVD
    PBS Home Video; 2002. Closed captioned for the hearing impaired.
    Episode 1: The Baby’s Brain: Wider Than the Sky. Examines how the brain builds itself from conception through the first year of life. This video follows a three month premature infant to reveal that these brains may develop differently and whether providing a special environment that mimics the womb can make a difference.
    WL 300 .S446dvd 2002
    63671537
  • Secret Life of the Brain: The Child’s Brain
    60 minutes; DVD Closed captioned for the hearing impaired.
    PBS Home Video; 2002
    Episode 2, The Child’s Brain: Syllable From Sound. Until babies reach about a year old, they respond to language with their entire brains, but then, gradually, language shifts to the left hemisphere. But what happens if, during childhood, the left hemisphere is compromised by disease? This video follows a young man who had his left hemisphere surgically removed to cure a rare brain disease. The neurologist attempts to learn how the right side of the brain has compensated.
    WL 300 .S446dvd 2002
    63671537
  • Speech, Language, And Hearing Milestones: Birth To Age Five
    44 minute; DVD
    American Speech-Language-Hearing Association; 2005
    Presents normal infant development with emphasis on hearing, speech, and language development. The video also discusses the credentials and services of speech language pathology and audiology. Age-specific milestones are addressed. This video is for parents and professionals and provides examples of normal speech, language, and hearing development, as well as tips on when parents should seek treatment.
    WS 105.5 .C8 S742 2005
    70273319
  • To Be A Father (Ser un papa)
    30 minute; DVD (Serie de videos “Soy tu hijo.”)
    Parents Action for Children; 2005
    This video features information on what fathers can do to help promote and participate in their young children’s healthy development.
    HQ 756 .T627sp 2005
    62080495
  • Toddler Trouble!
    45 minute; DVD.
    Cambridge Educational; 2006
    .In the world of the toddler-where motion is the name and everything’s a game-parents need to learn how to hang on. This program follows three parents and their toddlers as they deal with pacifiers, mommy time, and sleeping without mommy and daddy in the room.
    HQ 774.5 .T636dvd 2006. DVD
    62081449
  • Touchpoints
    132 minutes; DVD
    ConsumerVision; 2006
    By watching a dozen families in unique situations, Dr. T. Berry Brazelton shows how and why children develop the way they do. Touchpoints are defined as periods of time that precede rapid growth in learning for parent and child. This DVD provides comprehensive information on development of infants and toddlers, including how to manage temper tantrums and excessive crying appropriately.
    WS 105 .T722d 2006
    75553551
  • Why Are These Children Acting This Way?
    DVD, 30 minutes
    Macomb, IL: STARnet Regions I & III; Western Illinois University; 2009.
    (Apples Video Magazine; No. 165)
    Children need to move! Not only to improve their physical development, but also to enhance their social, emotional and cognitive development. Movement really does benefit the whole child. Join us, as we interview children’s physical development specialist, Rae Pica, to learn about making movement activities meaningful for all areas of development.
    You can watch this video online at the Apples Video Magazine YouTube Channel.
    LB 1060.2 .W629
    2009 836717417

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