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For this application I chose to review a journal article There are so many different journals out there that relate to the early childhood field that it was hard to pick just one After some consideration I chose the YC Young Children journal The titles of these journals stood out to me more than articles from Developmental Psychology Early Childhood Research Quarterly and Journal of Child and Family Studies While reviewing the titles of articles for the 2012 published a year of YC Young Children I noticed that based off the titles these articles could be for a teacher or a parent These titles were inviting on ways to get children involved into activities or how a parent could deal with a situation The journal focuses on the young child ages birth through third grade When I started reading Creatures in the Classroom I thought that it was a fun title but I was not sure what it was about This article is about having insects and small animals in the classroom There are all different types of bugs and insects that can be brought into a classroom for the children to observe Having an insect wandering into the classroom should be seen as a learning opportunity It would take the same amount of time to allow the children to capture the spider in a cup and release it outside as it would to kill it By making this simple choice the lifelong attitudes the children develop- and their later interest in and study of this important part of our natural world- could be vastly different There are insects everywhere and children should know about what they are and the purpose that they have I learned so many things with this article first I learned that I refer to insects far too often as just bugs Bug is not a bad word
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