Your Child at Play: One to Two Years: Exploring, Learning, Making Friends, and Pretending

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HarperCollins, May 28, 1999 - Family & Relationships - 304 pages
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The toddler time, between one and two years old, is an exciting period of self-definition, exploration, and physical and emotional growth for your child. This easy-to-read book, illustrated with more than 200 photos, provides a vivid look at everyday life with a toddler and offers hundreds of creative play activities; expert advice on managing problem situations; and ideas for encouraging creativity, exploration, and language skills. Some of the strategies for daily living included in the book are:
  • toilet training
  • dressing
  • helping around the house
  • going out in public
  • controlling temper tantrums
  • gaining physical prowess
  • the timid or fussy explorer
  • everyday routines
  • helping Mom and Dad
  • word power
  • making friends
  • having fun with toys
  • pretending

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Lawrence M. Friedman is Marion Rice Kirkwood Professor of Law at Stanford University. Rogelio Pérez-Perdomo is Professor of Law and Dean at the Universidad Metropolitana in Venezuela. Manuel A. Gómez is Associate Professor of Law at Florida International University.

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