You Are Your Child's First Teacher: What Parents Can Do with and for Their Children from Birth to Age Six

You Are Your Child's First Teacher: What Parents Can Do with and for Their Children from Birth to Age Six
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ISBN10: 
0890879672
ISBN13: 
9780890879672
Pages: 
400
Published: 
August 1st 2000 by Celestial Arts
Rating: 
4.04

Nowadays parents are bombarded by any number of approaches about how to be with their children. YOU ARE YOUR CHILD'S FIRST TEACHER introduces a new way of understanding the human being so that parents can be best equipped to serve as their own children's best teachers. Chapters include: Caring for the Newborn, Helping Your Toddler's Development, The Development of Fantasy and Creative Play, Nourishing Your Child's Imagination, Rhythm and Discipline in Home Life, Readiness for School, and more.

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