Social and Emotional Milestones Birth to 1 Educational and Parenting Articles

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When children do something hurtful we tend to make them apologize. But it isn't saying 'I'm sorry' that children need to learn so much as it is feeling sorry.
Infants have no choice but to cry when they're wet, hungry, tired or just plain bored. Learn to decipher your child's wails and nip the problem in the bud with these tips to calm down baby.
Examines the vital role that parents play in promoting their infants' and toddlers' development and the implications it has for child care professionals.
Identifies stages in Bowlby's ethological attachment process and highlights the importance of the attachment relationship in early childhood classrooms.
Gone are the days when your baby slept most of the time and was blissfully immobile. Now, it's all about chasing your little one around the house, and quelling imminent tantrums. Get our tips for how to calm a fussy baby.
From physical skills to social development to cognitive understanding, they sure do grow up fast! Learn what to expect during your child's first several years.
An overview of how negativity and exploration are the first signs of a child's developing autonomy.
Social relationships begin at birth.  Here is a discussion of attachment and healthy social behaviors among infants.
Becoming a parent is probably the most life changing experience you'll ever have—and that's terrifying. Quell your worries with our expert advice for new parents.
Lists the different facial emotions that infants begin to exhibit at different age from birth to six months. Some emotions are social smile, anger, fear,
Here are nine ways you can encourage your child's social-emotional, creative, and physical growth.
Kids start moving in a big way right from the get-go! Learn what gross motor developments you can expect in your child.
Lists examples of responsive care and education practices that focus on supporting the emotional needs of infants and toddlers.
Guidelines for assessing temperament in infants and toddlers.  Examples and suggestions for parents and educators are provided.
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