By Linda Davick, Janet Schulman

It's Valentine's Day and the ten little pals during this publication are busy making Valentines for his or her closest friends.

A dinosaur card, thinks little Pete,
My buddy Max may locate particularly neat.

Will every body get a Valentine on the titanic Valentine's Day get together? you could expect it!

With its enjoyable counting point, bouncy textual content, and lovely illustrations, this publication is the correct present for younger lovebugs.

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Ways to increase your child’s levels of independence are covered fully in Chapter 8, Emotional Development. 4 To Infinity and Beyond: Age Appropriateness in Play and Leisure, a pamphlet published by Action for Leisure (2000). See Chapter 12, Resources, for contact details. 53 54 STEPPING OUT FOLLOW YOUR CHILD There is a danger in the way that we, as parents, look at child development: we can become too fixated on learning skills and moving onto the next stage. As well as striving for progress, make sure you enjoy your child and follow her in her play, language and activities.

Children learn them from familiar routines and contexts. ’, they know that they wash, get dressed and have breakfast. It gives them an understanding, which allows them to feel a sense of control over what is happening and is about to happen, and thereby makes them more controllable themselves. It reduces uncertainty, allows children to predict the future and enables them to give attention to unusual things that are happening rather than to the routine itself. COGNITIVE DEVELOPMENT Using symbols (language, visual and written) Bruner argued that children’s thought processes are developed through 1 the different ways they use to represent the experiences they have had.

So make sure your child is well positioned. You may need to seek advice from your occupational therapist. Ideally a child should be sitting at a table with her feet flat on the floor and her thighs and trunk at right angles. With her upper arms down by her side, her elbows should be one inch, or 2 cm, above the work surface. An old-fashioned sloping desk is best, particularly if the child has visual problems because the paper is closer to a 90 degree angle to the eye, making it easier to see. There are all sorts of options including specialist chairs (available through your occupational therapist) or a low table and chair.

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