Parenting Guide to Your Toddler

Parenting Guide to Your Toddler

by Parenting Magazine Editors
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Parenting Guide to Your Toddler by Parenting Magazine Editors


Expert guidance and smart, hands-on advice have made PARENTING magazine the preferred child-care resource for today's parents. The PARENTING books offer the same great mix of helpful, practical information and reassurance on raising children today. Now, PARENTING Guide to Your Toddler offers a step-by-step resource to the most challenging stage of your child's development:

Developmental Milestones: Your child's first complete sentence, first friend, first tricycle - Growth patterns, physical coordination, and identifying developmental delays - The fast-changing emotional life of the toddler
The Myth of the "Terrible Twos": Understanding how and why a toddler declares independence - Choices and self-control - Dealing with fears, clinginess, and aggressive behavior
Health and Safety: Common toddler ailments - Scheduling immunizations - Safety away from home
Daily Routines: Why regular family meals matter - Delicious, healthy snacks - Stress-free bedtimes and well-timed naps

The Do's and Don'ts of Discipline: Dealing with tantrums in public places - Choosing your battles (and letting your toddler win some) - Using "time-out" effectively
Having Fun Together: Identifying your child's unique "play style" - Activities toddlers enjoy most - Chores your toddler will love to do

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780345544698
Publisher: Random House Publishing Group
Publication date: 05/01/2013
Sold by: Random House
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 288
File size: 8 MB

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Parenting Guide to Your Toddler 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
The material for this book is divided into those issues that matter to us most and with inserts that are given as advice from parents themselves. I found those most interesting. The tips and 'What if...' boxes are also very helpful. As a first time mother of a now two-year-old, I found it very easy to read (not a bunch of medical jargon and psychological mumbo-jumbo).