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Synopsis: Understanding the clinical side of child development is one challenge. Developing a practical way to stimulate development day by day is quite another challenge, one that Helping Babies Learn meets well. This imaginative book is packed with developmental activities that fit easily into daily life. Parents and professionals alike will enjoy a deeper understanding of child development and a renewed enthusiasm for encouraging-and enjoying-a child's growth. And the innovative technique of presenting the text from the child's point of view gives adults new insight into the child's world. Helping Babies Learn was developed by a team of professionals experienced in child development work-Setsu Furuno, Ph.D.; Katherine A. O'Reilly, PT, MPH; Takayo T. Inatsuka, OTR; Carol M. Hosaka, M.A.; and Barbara Zeisloft Falbey, M.S., CCC-SLP. The manual encompasses a wide range of developmental domains-social and emotional, cognitive, expressive language, gross-motor skills, fine-motor skills, and self-help. Designed for easy use, the text is organized by three-month intervals (for example, for babies 0-3 months, 3-6 months, and so on) and by activities that reflect daily family life. The activities are grouped by:
Health and safety The Hawaii Developmental Charts that come with this book provide a handy way to track a child's development in more than 600 skills.
Title: Helping Babies Learn: Developmental Profiles...
Publisher: Communication Skill Builders
Publication Date: 1993
Book Condition: very good
Book Description Communication Skill Builders, 1993. Spiral-bound. Book Condition: New. 1. Bookseller Inventory # DADAX0761678980