The Wonder Weeks, Leap 5: How to Stimulate Your Baby's Mental Development and Help Him Turn His 10 Predictable, Great, Fussy Phases into Magical Leaps Forward [NOOK Book]

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WARNING: In The Wonder Weeks, full version, all ten leaps are described. This chapter book only describes the fifth leap.
The Wonder Weeks, start fussy week 23, Wonder Week 26, Leap 5. How to stimulate your baby's mental development and help him turn this predictable, great, fussy phases into a magical leap forward, describes in easy-to-understand terms the incredible developmental changes that all babies go through 26 weeks after the due date ...
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The Wonder Weeks, Leap 5: How to Stimulate Your Baby's Mental Development and Help Him Turn His 10 Predictable, Great, Fussy Phases into Magical Leaps Forward

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Overview

WARNING: In The Wonder Weeks, full version, all ten leaps are described. This chapter book only describes the fifth leap.
The Wonder Weeks, start fussy week 23, Wonder Week 26, Leap 5. How to stimulate your baby's mental development and help him turn this predictable, great, fussy phases into a magical leap forward, describes in easy-to-understand terms the incredible developmental changes that all babies go through 26 weeks after the due date (start fussy period at 23 weeks).
The book is based on the discovery of the phenomenon that all normal, healthy babies appear to be more tearful, troublesome, demanding and clingy at very nearly the same ages.

A worldwide bestseller and sanity savior for parents around the globe.

@26 Weeks (Leap of “Relationships”): In, On, Behind, and For How Long?
After this leap, your baby will start to perceive relationships, including distance, between the things that make up his world. Suddenly, his world is a very, very big place and he is a very small part. It also includes simple things like the distance or the juxtaposition between things and the placement of things in relation to each other: something can be inside, outside, on top of, next to, underneath or in between something else, and your baby will play with these notions. Maybe your baby suddenly cries if you go a little further from him. This is very normal. Your baby now understands that the distance between you and him increases!

Note: Most babies make this leap 26 weeks after the due date. However, some babies make the leap one week sooner, some one week later.

This chapter / leap book includes:
• Guide to baby's behavior at the age of 26 weeks (start fussy period at 23 weeks)
• An explanation of the markers for cranky, clingy, crying (the three C's) behavior and how to deal with them
• A description from your baby's perspective of the world around him and how you can understand the changes he's going through
• Fun games and gentle activities you can do with your child
This chapter / leap book offers you:
• Support in times of trouble (26 weeks) (fussy period start at 23 weeks)
• Self-confidence
• Help in understanding your baby
• Hints on how to help your baby play and learn
• A unique account of your baby's development
For more detailed information about contents and the research behind the book, please visit www.thewonderweeks.com
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9789079208104
  • Publisher: Kiddy World Publishing
  • Publication date: 3/22/2012
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 50
  • File size: 5 MB

Meet the Author

Born in 1944, Dr. Hetty van de Rijt-Plooij studied Educational Psychology at the University of Nijmegen, the Netherlands. She obtained het Ph.D. in Physical Anthropology at the University of Cambridge, England. Together with her husband Dr. Frans Plooij she studied infant development of human babies in their home environment through direct observations, filming, and in-depth interviews with their parents. Dr. Hetty van de Rijt designed a parental support and education program called Leaping hurdles, based on The Wonder Weeks and published a scientific evaluation study to report the results of this program. She died far too young at the age of 59. Dr. Hetty van de Rijt’s complete CV: www.thewonderweeks.com

Born in 1946, Dr. Frans X. Plooij studied in the Netherlands at the University of Amsterdam, the University of Nijmegen and at the University of Groningen. His impressive scientific CV begins in Gombe National Park, Tanzania, where Jane Goodall gave him the opportunity to study infant development in free-living chimpanzees. The science that started there was the basis of that what we know now about infant mental development. Dr. Frans Plooij’s complete CV: www.thewonderweeks.com
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