365 Toddler Tips: A Helpful Handbook for the Early Years

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Meadowbrook, Jan 1, 2004 - Family & Relationships - 384 pages
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365 Foolproof Ways to Simplify Life with a Toddler

That adorable baby you enjoyed cradling in your arms is suddenly on the move! As the parent of a toddler, you play many roles: nurse, teacher, chef, playmate, and more. Child development expert Penny Warner comes to your rescue with 365 ways to meet everyday challenges. Routines such as “The Monster Zapper” and “Boo-Boo Bunny” are sure to become classics in your home. Along with Warner’s help and guidance, you’ll also find anecdotes from other parents of toddlers. This book is the most comprehensive guide to all facets of parenting toddlers. It provides all the tools you need to: • Give your child proper nutrition. • Support your child’s social, emotional, and cognitive development. • Help your child develop motor and language skills. • Promote safety, fun, and learning during play. • Travel stress-free. • Monitor the physical health and hygiene of your child.

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With over 30 books to her name, Penny Warner is a leading expert in parenting and childcare. Her recent titles include Toilet Training without Tears or Trauma and 365 Baby Care Tips. She has a master’s degree in special education and teaches child development courses at Diablo Valley College in San Ramon, California.

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