Understanding Preschooler Development

Understanding Preschooler Development

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In the book's first part, readers will learn about preschoolers' motor skill development and ways to foster it through movement, manipulation, and interaction with others. Parts two and three discuss preschoolers' psychosocial and intellectual development, and their rapid growth in language and literacy.

Understanding Preschooler Development is one of a series of three practical, easy-to-read child development handbooks adapted from The Young Child, a textbook used in academic programs nationwide. Each book focuses on a specific age group. Written for child care providers in any setting, the set provides a complete overview of key theories and research on child development. Understanding Preschooler Development explains: the impact and long-term effects of biology and environment on early brain development in preschoolers; how preschoolers learn; important theories of child development in preschoolers.

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Author Puckett, Black, Moriarity
Publisher Redleaf Press
Publication Date 2007
Edition No
Pages 120
ISBN 1933653035
ISBN13 9781933653037