A Step-by-step Learning Guide for Retarded Infants and Children

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Syracuse University Press, 1975 - Education - 195 pages
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The earlier a retarded baby begins to participate in a systematic training program, the less retarded he or she will be an adolescent. These learning tasks are designed to enable the child to learn essential skills for development-- self-care, social behavior, gross and fine motor skill, language and perceptual development, and cognitive abilities.
 

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Contents

CONTENTS
1
IMPLEMENTING THE CURRICULUM
20
SENSORY STIMULATION
29
SOCIAL BEHAVIOR
39
CONTENTS
44
IMITATION
51
GROSS MOTOR SKILLS
57
SELFCARE
87
Dexterity
170
Strength
172
PERCEPTION
177
Grouping
179
Separating
180
Puzzles
181
Matching
182
Compartments
184

LANGUAGE
115
FINE MOTOR SKILLS
139
Grasping
141
Manipulation
145
TwoHand Coordination
158
EyeHand Coordination
163
Size
188
Sounds
191
Writing
192
Patterns
194
Time
195
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