Approximately one in every thirty children born today is a twin or supertwin—a child of a higher-order multiple birth, such as a triplet or quadruplet. With twins and supertwins an increasingly growing population in preschool classrooms, early childhood professionals have more questions and concerns regarding the best ways to care for and educate preschool-age children of multiple births. Twins and Supertwins addresses these issues and highlights the best program practices supported by recent research and study findings; includes information on physical, social, emotional, and language development; identifies unique needs of twins and supertwins; and offers guidance to create partnerships with families.
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About the Author
Eve-Marie Arce, EdD, consults and presents on topics related to twins and supertwins in preschool. She entered the early childhood field as a Head Start teacher, went on to direct a state preschool and university lab school, established child development centers on nine college campuses, and taught at the college level for twenty years.