Ordinary is Extraordinary: How Children Under Three Learn

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Fireside, 1989 - Psychology - 333 pages
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Dombro and Wallach use scenes from the lives of three imaginary families to illustrate how children learn physical, intellectual, emotional, and social skills by participating in everyday activities. They show parents how, without investing any additional time, they can make day-to-day life more fun and more educational for themselves and their children simply by learning to see the world of the ordinary through their children's eyes.

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How Children Learn
Parents and Children Learning Together
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About the author (1989)

Dombro consults with national organizations about childcare and community mobilization.

Wallach, a freelance writer, acquired a doctorate in clinical psychology.

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