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ERIC Number: ED069381
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1972
Pages: 109
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Procedures, Costs, and Results of the Pilot Special Events Child Development Programs, Minneapolis and St. Paul, Minnesota, 1971 and 1972.
Goff, Donna
Some procedures, costs, and results of the Pilot Special Events Child Development Programs in Minneapolis and St. Paul in 1971 and 1972 are reviewed. The program was designed to provide an innovative and stimulating experience for the children of parents attending a political conference. A chapter describing equipment needed includes toys for specific age groups, large equipment, office, first aid, and miscellaneous supplies, and activity supplies. Some art activities for young children are detailed along with a possible workshop for 6-12-year-olds and interest areas for special events child development programs. Sample programs and minimum State standards are given for food. Two organizational outlines are presented for in-center special events child development programs, including schedules and cost analyses, and an out-of-center special events child development program is similarly described. Evaluations and recommendations are included, as well as photographs and press releases, data on State standards, and other information. (LH)
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