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-Carter, Beth W. (1985). Move Over, Frank Lloyd Wright!  Arithmetic Teacher, 33, 8-11.

-Harsh, Ann. Teach Mathematics With Children’s Literature. Young Children. 42, 24-28.

-Hollingsworth, Caroline. (1985). Humanumerals. Arithmetic Teacher. 2, 12-13.

-Mueller, Delbert W. (1985). Building Scope and Sequence for Early Childhood Mathematics.  Arithmetic Teacher. 2, 8-11.


-Lamme, Leonard, Linda.  (Nov 1, 1988). Class Notes.  Univ of FL.

-McQueen, Theona. (1987). Give Children Some Science Sense.  Early Years, 17, 53

-Schiller, Pam, Townsend,Joan. (1985). Early Childhood; science All Day Long; An Integrated Approach. Science and Children, 23, 34-36.


-Lamme, Leonard, Linda. (Nov 3, 1988). Class Notes. Univ of FL

-Lowenfeld, Victor. (1982). Creative and Mental Growth. New York; Macmillian Publishing Co., Inc., 205-233.

-Schirrmacher, Robert. Talking With Young Children About Their Art. Young Children, 41, 3-7.

Social Studies

-Lamme, Leonard, Linda. (Nov 10, 1988). Class Notes. Univ of FL

-Charlesrworth, Rosalind, Miller, Nancy, L. (1985). Social Studies and Basic Skills in the Early Childhood Classroom. The Social Studies. 76, 35-37.

-Sunal, Cynthia, S. (1980). The social studies how to begin. Day Care and Early Education. 7, 44-47.


-Dorman (Nov 22, 1988), class notes – Univ of FL

-Lay-Dopyera, Margaret, Dopyera, John. (1987)/ Becoming a Teacher of Young Children, Random House, Inc. New York, N.Y. 342-359.


-Lamme, Leonard, Linda. (Nov 10, 1988). Class Notes, Univ of FL

-Lamme, Leonard, Linda. (1979). Handwriting In an Early Childhood Curriculum, Young Children, 35, 20-26.

-Lamme, Leonard, Linda. (1988). Film: Preschool Adventures in Writing