Understanding Toddler Development

Understanding Toddler Development

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During children's toddler years - ages one to three - they are exploring the world, both physically and intellectually. In that short time, important milestones for increased mobility, language acquisition, and social skills present new challenges in early care and education settings. Caregivers can have a positive role in promoting this growth, especially if they understand the basics of child development presented in this book. Understanding Toddler Development is part of a series of child development handbooks written by Margaret B. Puckett, Janet K. Black, and Joseph Moriarity: Understanding Infant Development, Understanding Toddler Development, and Understanding Preschooler Development.

All are adapted from The Young Child, a recently updated textbook used in academic programs nationwide. Written for child care providers in any setting, the series providess a comprehensive overview of key theories and research on child development.

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Author Puckett, Black, Moriarity
Publisher Redleaf Press
Publication Date 2007
Edition No
Pages 104
ISBN 1933653027
ISBN13 9781933653020