Tag Archive: toddlers

Infant/Toddler book has been released!

After many years in the early childhood field, Dr. Jenn has completed her infant/toddler development and curriculum book. Check it out and let her know what you think! The book is completely digital and full of links to pertinent videos, websites and articles.

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Caregivers and Caregiving

As infant/toddler educators, we call our teaching “caregiving” because we are “caring” for the children. This goes beyond “teaching” them. Therefore throughout this series you will see teachers referred to as “caregivers” and teaching referred to as “caregiving.”

Climbing the Ladder and Flipping the Light Switch

  Emerging Skills: “Emerging Skills” are those that infants and toddlers are working on or are just mastering. The first three years are a time of constant emerging skills; it is a time of figuring out the world and what it does. As caregivers of children ages 0-3, knowledge and recognition of these emerging skills …

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Parent PhD’s “Principles of Infant/Toddler Care”

To begin our Infant/Toddler Series, Parent PhD would like to share with you the principles we follow as caregivers of infants and toddlers. These principles have been developed by Dr. Jenn throughout her work with infants, toddlers and their very important caregivers. Because work with young children is ever-changing, these principles sometimes change or new …

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Parent PhD’s “Infant/Toddler Series”

Parent PhD’s Infant/Toddler Series focuses on understanding and learning how to appropriately respond to infants and toddlers. The series serves many purposes and populations.

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Puzzle Time!

It’s PUZZLE time! Buy your puzzle rack when your baby is born and add puzzles as they grow! I’ll tell you what puzzles to introduce at what ages and what you can expect your infant, toddler and preschooler to do and learn from them.          

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Books and Reading with Infants, Toddlers and Preschoolers

There are different types of books and literacy materials that you can introduce as children grow from infants to toddlers to preschoolers.              

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What I learned while potty training my child

Dare I say it…I have a potty trained child. Miss H turned 2 in June and has been showing all of the signs that she is ready: Baby Center Potty Training Readiness. She’s had a potty in each bathroom since she was 18 months, and she sits on it every morning and night. We did …

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Easy fun with your toddler.

Need an indoor activity? Rearrange the low cabinets in your kitchen with your toddler. Emptying and filling is their favorite thing to do!