Placing children with special needs in environments that include typically developing peers is becoming more commonplace. Research confirms that all children benefit and learn from each other as well as from their teachers. This book, written for special educators and educators working with typically developing children, specifically addresses the needs of children with developmental delays, as well as children at risk for developing special needs. Each chapter includes information about how young children learn and easy to use strategies and adaptations that apply to all children. Examples are presented for managing the physical environment and for teaching skills that will enhance the overall development of infants, toddlers, and twos with special needs.