NAEYC Young Children Journal

Young Children is NAEYC's peer-reviewed professional journal, published five times a year - in March, May, July, September, and November. Issues are organized around topics important to the early childhood education field. Young Children's practitioner focus makes it unique among journals and its award-winning status testifies to its excellence.

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Want Authentic Learning? Don’t Forget That Children Have Bodies!

We've known for a long time that a child's earliest learning is based on motor development and motor learning, but thanks to current brain research, we now know that so, too, is subsequent knowledge. Not only are an infant's early movement experiences beneficial to optimal brain development; also, the connection between moving and learning continues well beyond the child's first step.

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