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Why motor skills matter : improve your child's physical development to enhance learning and self-esteem

Author: Tara Losquadro Liddle; Laura Yorke
Publisher: Chicago : Contemporary Books, ©2004.
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Practical advice for parents on the interaction among their child's muscular, mental, and motor development. According to pediatric physical therapist Losquadro-Liddle, playful interaction beginning in infancy is crucial to a child's cognitive skills, language, speech, and overall emotional balance. Filled with practical, age-appropriate activities for newborns up to five years old, this book shows parents how to  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Guide (Descripteur de forme)
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Tara Losquadro Liddle; Laura Yorke
ISBN: 0071408185 9780071408189
OCLC Number: 51898969
Description: xxvii, 206 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm
Contents: Introduction: Why motor skills matter --
PART 1: LEARNING TO MOVE AND MOVING TO LEARN: THE CONTINUOUS CYCLE OF MOTOR OUTPUT AND SENSORY INPUT: The system we don't see: Understanding your child's sensory (nervous) system and how it relates to movement --
Your newborn: birth to one month --
PART 2: FASTER THAN A SPEEDING BULLET: YOUR CHILD'S DEVELOPMENT IN THE FIRST YEAR: Shake, rattle, and roll: physical development and activities for the first sixth months --
Sit, squat, stand: physical development and activities for the second six months --
From cooing to babbling to sucking, swallowing, and chewing: your baby's oral-motor development in the first year --
PART 3: ABLE TO LEAP TALL BUILDINGS: YOUR CHILD'S DEVELOPMENT FROM ONE TO FIVE YEARS OLD: Your mobile explorer: development of and activities for your one- to three year-old --
Your walker and talker: development of and activities for the three- to five-year-old --
PART 4: SPECIAL CONSIDERATIONS: There is no such thing as a lazy child: how low muscle tone affects development --
Appreciating prematurity: the premature baby's special development --
Sensory disorders: manifestations and guidelines --
The most commonly seen orthopedic conditions in pediatrics.
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Offers practical advice for parents on the interaction among their child's muscular, mental, and motor development. Containing age-appropriate activities, this book shows how to: integrate touch,  Read more...

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