As They Grow: Your One Year Old

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From America's #1 family magazine, an indispensable guide to your one-year-old's emotional and cognitive milestones.

Every day is an exciting adventure when you're raising a toddler. In As They Grow: Your One-Year-Old, the expert editors of Parents magazine tell you how your child is thinking and feeling throughout the extraordinary second year-and how you can create a safe, nurturing environment where your child can grow.

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Overview

From America's #1 family magazine, an indispensable guide to your one-year-old's emotional and cognitive milestones.

Every day is an exciting adventure when you're raising a toddler. In As They Grow: Your One-Year-Old, the expert editors of Parents magazine tell you how your child is thinking and feeling throughout the extraordinary second year-and how you can create a safe, nurturing environment where your child can grow.

Each chapter focuses on a unique developmental milestone-from speech development and mobility to forming a personality, feeling fear, and building relationships with family, friends, and caregivers. In addition to telling you what to expect in terms of your child's evolving behavior, As They Grow explains what your child is going through from his perspective-his fears, frustrations, and child's-eye view of the world. Armed with this understanding, you'll learn the most effective, positive ways of encouraging your child as he moves from baby steps to all-out running and from syllables to sentences. This essential resource also offers sound advice on dealing with your child's awareness of genitalia, frequent nightmares, tantrums, and other challenges.

Each chapter highlights four main areas:

- Developmental Milestone (what you can expect)

- Conflict (changes in behavior that result from this milestone)

- You and Your Child (how this stage of development affects you as a parent)

- Helping Your Child Grow (strategies, games, and activities that enhance development)

Informative, recurring features include:

- How It Feels to Be Me (common scenarios explained from a child's perspective)

- Do Say/Don't Say (scripts of appropriate and inappropriate responses to various situations)

- Safety First (childproofing and parent alerts)

- Is There a Problem? (signs of possible developmental delays)

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780312253707
  • Publisher: St. Martin's Press
  • Publication date: 2/1/2000
  • Series: As They Grow Series
  • Edition description: First Edition
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 208
  • Product dimensions: 5.38 (w) x 8.24 (h) x 0.53 (d)

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Parents Magazine has been America's #1 family magazine since 1926. Parents is the voice of parents, for parents-providing all the information and inspiration parents need to raise happy, healthy kids.

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Table of Contents

Foreword 10
I can do it myself! Your toddler's emerging sense of independence and mobility 11
Developmental Milestone: Mobility 13
The styles and stages of walking 16
Mobility and independence 17
Mobility and emotional and cognitive development 18
Conflict: What independence means to your child 20
You and Your Child: Adjusting to your toddler's independence 21
Helping Your Child Grow: Nurturing independence 22
The importance of routines 27
Great physical activities for toddlers 29
What I'm trying to say is...: Your toddler's language development 30
Developmental Milestone: Spoken language 31
Factors that affect language development 35
What if there seems to be a delay? 37
Body language 39
Introducing "Baby Signs" 42
Conflict: What speaking in words means to your child 45
You and Your Child: How language affects your relationship 46
Helping Your Child Grow: Encouraging language development 47
Vocabulary development 47
Speaking skills 48
Socializing with language 50
Using nursery rhymes 52
Reading to your child 52
Books for toddlers 54
Recordings for toddlers 59
The importance of being me: Your toddler's personality 60
Developmental Milestone: The emergence of personality 61
Traits that determine temperament 62
Temperament types 65
Conflict: Your response to your child's temperament 67
You and Your Child: Working with your child's temperament 71
Helping Your Child Grow: Bringing out the best in your child's personality 72
Your easy child 73
Your slow-to-warm-up child 74
Your challenging child 77
Your active child 79
Managing your toddler's playdates 82
I am some body: Your toddler's sense of self 84
Developmental Milestone: Your child's self-awareness 85
Your child's self-image 86
When appearances change 88
Awareness of genitalia 89
Gender differences in physical, emotional, and cognitive development 89
Conflict: What separateness means to your toddler 91
You and Your Child: Enhancing your child's self-image 92
Helping Your Child Grow: Encouraging your child's physical development 94
Fine motor skills 94
Choosing toys that aid your child's physical development 95
Gross motor skills 99
Developing your child's senses 100
I've got an idea!: Your toddler's thinking skills and learning style 103
Developmental Milestone: Memory and problem solving 104
How toddlers learn 105
Learning styles 108
Learning curves 109
When development is slower than average 113
Is your child gifted? 114
Imagination and pretend play 115
Your toddler's sense of humor 116
Conflict: When skills lag behind ideas 117
You and Your Child: Creating an environment for learning 119
Helping Your Child Grow: Developing your child's cognitive skills 123
Should I try to teach my child? 124
Television and toddlers 125
Videos for toddlers 126
Encouraging solo play 127
Gaining experience with everyday activities 127
My many moods: Your toddler's feelings and emotions 129
Developmental Milestone: Awareness of feelings 130
Temperament and emotional development 131
The importance of trust 132
Stages of emotional development 132
The emotionally-healthy toddler 135
How your child shows love 135
A toddler's feeling of pride and self-worth 137
Security objects 138
Angry feelings 139
Jealousy 139
Feelings of shame 140
Conflict: When emotions overwhelm your toddler 142
You and Your Child: The interplay of your emotions 143
Helping Your Child Grow: Supporting your child's emotional growth 145
Teaching empathy 147
Helping your toddler deal with frustration 147
Introducing patience 149
Emotional intelligence 150
What frightens me: Your toddler's fears 151
Developmental Milestone: Understanding danger 152
Common fears of toddlers 154
Temperament and fears 154
Handling your fearless toddler 155
When fears become phobias 155
Conflict: How fears inhibit exploration 157
You and Your Child: How your behavior influences your child's fears 158
Helping Your Child Grow: Helping your toddler handle fears 160
Handling bedtime fears 163
Dreams and nightmares 164
Soothing bedtime books 166
Why I do what I do: Your toddler's behavior 167
Developmental Milestone: A will of one's own 168
Limiting conflicts with your toddler 169
Conflict: The need to please you--and himself 174
You and Your Child: Understanding your parenting style 176
Authoritarian 177
Permissive 177
Authoritative 178
Helping Your Child Grow: Disciplining effectively 178
Dealing with common misbehaviors 180
Dealing with tantrums 181
Handling aggressive behavior 184
Teaching social skills 184
Getting away from "No" 186
Discipline strategies that work 187
The people I know: Your toddler's relationships with family, friends, and others 188
Developmental Milestone: Your child's awareness of others 189
Social milestones 190
Conflict: The need for--and fear of--separateness 193
Separation anxiety 193
Helping your child cope with separations 195
Your child's relationships 197
Making different connections to Mom and Dad 197
Sibling relationships 198
Toddler friendships 199
You and Your Child: Sharing the caring 200
Helping Your Child Grow: Enhancing your child's relationships 201
Your child's other parent 201
Enhancing sibling relationships 203
Planting the seeds of friendship 207
Helping your toddler play with others 207
Respect your child's uniqueness 208
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