Compares preschool education in the three countries, discusses how child care reflects social change and considers the issues of freedom, creativity, and disciplineAmerican preschoolers have a wealth of materials to play with: toy trucks and kitchen equipment, dolls, games, and puzzles; paints, ... Much of the wall space is filled with calendars and class projects a photos from a recent trip to the zoo, a display on flowers that can be used to make leis. ... On the day we taped, during the first learning-center period the children could choose to draw or cut and paste , anbsp;...
|Title||:||Preschool in Three Cultures|
|Author||:||Joseph Jay Tobin, David Y. H. Wu, Dana H. Davidson|
|Publisher||:||Yale University Press - 1991-01|