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Author Wittmer, Donna Sasse, author.
Title From biting to hugging : understanding social development in infants and toddlers / Donna S. Wittmer, PhD, and Deanna W. Clauson.
Pub Info Lewisville, NC : Gryphon House, Inc., [2018]
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 Falmouth-Children's Room  ECRC J 372.21 Wit     AVAILABLE
Descript v, 186 pages : illustrations ; 28 cm
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Bibliog. Includes bibliographical references (pages 164-179) and index.
Contents The many reasons to focus on social development with peers in the early year -- So much more than parallel play-foundations of infant and toddler relationships -- Strategies for supporting infant and toddler relationships -- The caring capacities-being prosocial, hugs with friends, and having fun -- Strategies for supporting the caring capacities -- Peer conflicts-struggles and learning -- Strategies for supporting children in resolving peer conflicts -- Children who feel particularly challenged with peer relationships -- Strategies for supporting children who feel challenged by peer relationships.
Summary With the increase in both parents working outside the home during the last two decades, infants and toddlers are spending more time together in infant/toddler programs and family child-care homes. From Biting to Hugging will give you effective strategies to help you take advantage of this peer time.
Subject Early childhood education -- Social aspects.
Social interaction in infants.
Social interaction in children.
Infants -- Development.
Toddlers -- Development.
Add Author Clauson, Deanna W., author.
ISBN 9780876597408 paperback
0876597401 paperback
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