Whole Child Parenting: Infant (Birth to 12 Months) – Parents, Educators and Caregivers will Learn how Best to Encourage Growth and Skill-Building in all Six Developmental Areas

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Whole Child Parenting: Infant (Birth to 12 Months) – Parents, Educators and Caregivers will Learn how Best to Encourage Growth and Skill-Building in all Six Developmental Areas

The Best Revolutionary Approach – Understand Each Age in 2 Hours – by using real life examples, color coding, visual graphics, simple and logical steps.

A MUST HAVE for PARENTS, TEACHERS and CAREGIVERS.

Whole Child: Birth to Age Five book series is a step by step guide that helps you raise smart, creative, happy and healthy children by providing the tools needed to understand each age and development stage.

Addressing the whole child means knowing about the general developmental milestones your child will experience at each age.

Milestones define peak stages of accomplishment when your child achieves the end of one stage before moving on to the next.

In order to have realistic expectations, you should know what is age appropriate and what your child should be doing.

Whole Child: Infant book lays out six major developmental areas of your child’s growth:

Use all Whole Child resources for better learning experiences!


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Anonymous says:

I love this infant parenting book. It is bright and colorful with great illustrations. The book is divided into 6 categories which are cognitive development, social & emotional development, language development, creative development, physical development and health & care. The book includes wonderful and colorful illustrations that provide real world examples “activities” that a child will undertake and then offer “insights” or explains how you can learn from them. This book was awesome to…


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