Karen Miller has worked in early childhood education for more than 30 years. She has held a wide variety of positions, including classroom teacher and parent coordinator for Head Start, director of four different child care centers, regional and national training and education director for two national child care organizations, and early childhood education editor for Scholastic Inc.'s Early Childhood Division. She was also a contributing editor for Child Care Information Exchange, writing a regular column called "Caring for the Little Ones," focusing on infants and toddlers. Karen earned her master's degree in human development from Pacific Oaks College in Pasadena, California.
Karen Miller lives in the Colorado Rockies.
Review of Simple Steps:
Karen Miller's Simple Steps provides developmental activities gleaned from her 25 years in the early childhood field. The book covers all areas of development—from speech to fine motor skills, and features interesting activities to do with infants and toddlers. Each activity lists materials needed, benefits to the child, safety concerns, and other ideas to enhance learning."