Covers holding, diaper changing, cord care, bathing, feeding, crying, taking temperature, and immunization; also includes a section on post-partum care for the new mother. Provides new parents with solid, practical, how to information, indexed with a time code for easy reference.
Recommended for use with First Nations groups. Covers a broad range of topics, especially useful for facilitating discussion. Provides examples of childcare with all ages of caregivers; stresses the importance of safety, security and love; examines common concerns of parents at different child developmental stages. Also suggested for use with low-literacy groups.
Demonstrates how infant actions become increasingly systematic and purposeful. By examining objects, communicating in games, engaging in turn-taking interaction and incidental problem-solving, infants develop important skills for early communication and learning.
Illustrates how infants become more intentional in their interaction with people and materials. Developmental activities focus on simple problem-solving, container play, turn-taking, pairing words and gestures, and object permanence.
Shows infants actively expermenting with new ways to problem solve situations as they begin to master their world. Activities include problem solving through trial and error, imaginative play, imitation and interaction with each other.